Gif set per episode→ 1.02 Hide and Seek
My pleasantly short weekend has turned into yet another nightmare weekend of two 10 hour days in a row.
I really need a job where I sit on my butt.
A collection of lamamama's awesome Avatar the Last Airbender - Star Trek: Deep Space Nine crossover
Featuring the adult gaang:
Toph - Terran; Security officer
Sokka - Bajoran; Science officer
Aang - Joined Trill (with unusual markings); Captain
Katara - Bajoran; Chief medical officer
Zuko - Klingon: Must. Regain. HONOR!
Iroh - Klingon; Really likes prune juice (or bloodwine, I can’t tell)
Bonus TOS Sokka - From the Trials and Tribble-ations episode (no one can convince me otherwise)
YES YES YES YES YES
1: All night diner at two in the morning AU
Rodney grunted as he dropped his books on the counter. “Coffee,” he mumbled, staring blearily at the guy behind the bar. “Lots and lots and lots of coffee.”
The guy - his name tag said John - did a double take when he looked over at Rodney. “Holy crap, you’re a zombie.”
"Double doctoral student," Rodney muttered as he buried his head in his arms.
"Same thing," John retorted, his tone far too amused for the fact that it was oh-dark-thirty in the morning. Rodney wasn’t even sure what time it was, that was how tired he was. "Hey, you want sugar or anything?"
"Nngh," Rodney mumbled, flapping a hand in John’s direction.
A couple of minutes later, a cup thunked down right by his elbow, accompanied by a delicious, chocolately smell. Rodney lifted his head to see a small plate with still-warm chocolate chip cookies right by the cup.
"On the house," John told him, before he could say anything. "If you’re working on a double doctorate, you’re gonna need it."
Remember in 1993 when Jurassic Park was like…the end all, be all of special effects?
not gonna lie that still looks intimately real
When the show Stargate SG1 ended, the Stargate was dismantled and thrown away in a dumpster on the lot. John Rogers, creator/writer/director/producer of Leverage, was shocked and dismayed to discover its final resting place. Not one to let such travesties pass, he rescued the Stargate pieces from the dumpster and kept them. Later, in an episode of Leverage, the season 4 finale, The Last Dam Job, he made use of the pieces, by sticking them up on several walls as pieces of art in a vault of someone’s prized possessions.
The Stargate lives on and is well loved.
I KNOW IM SO BUSY - I TALK TO ALMOST NO ONE - IM SORRY <3
IT’S OKAY BB. WE UNDERSTAND, YOU’RE BUSY