i miss him. :’(
I just love this man so much it hurts
Moira Kelly seriously deserved all the awards for this scene. In one split voiceless second she manages to convey a whole range of emotions because this is a life altering moment for Karen. The first time that Karen has been in the same room with Dan since she confronted him after Lily was born. And this is how she looks at the man that she used to be in love with, the man she thought she was going to marry, the man who fathered her son and then abandoned them both. This is how she looks at the man who made her adult life in Tree Hill a living hell more often than not. How she looks at the man who took away the first real, true man she ever loved - the man who loved her son when he couldn’t. This is how she looks at the man who took away Lily’s father before he could ever know her. This is how she looks at the man who took away the only father Lucas ever really had.
Slow clap for Moira Kelly because, goddamn, she nailed that scene.
Couldn’t have been said better.
how to piss off a northerner in 1 simple step
CAN I SAY THIS IS SO TRUE.
Like just reading this actually made me angry.
God, this. I grew up in Wisconsin. I remember one year we had this new kid who’d moved from Georgia, he’d never been in a northern winter. In early November we got like an inch of snow. We got to school and he was like I CAN’T BELIEVE SCHOOL’S OPEN WHY ISN’T IT CLOSED ZOMG.
We all just looked at him like he was nuts. An inch of snow? People are still riding their bikes. Wearing shorts. WITH SANDALS. We couldn’t WAIT until January hit with its ten below temperatures and four feet of snow to see what he thought of THAT.
yes but what you may not understand is that people in the south don’t have the resources to deal with snow and ice safely like you do in the north. we don’t have snow plows, or people to salt the roads, or even snow tires, so it is dangerous to get to school during these conditions for us.
Well, and most of the time when we do have ‘snowstorms’ in North Texas, it’s freezing rain first, and then when it gets cold enough to snow, the streets freeze into super slippery ice that’s difficult to even walk on, let alone drive on. Then we get a couple of inches of snow which deceive non-Southerners, so accidents occur because they can handle snow, but not the ice underneath.
Plus, we don’t have resources to cope with the ice because it’s better to spend our money on dealing with our intense summers.
THANK YOU. ^