Anonymous asked: no but during a pack meeting they need a location for some ritual (possibly of a saving Stiles sort) and someone offhandedly saying, "well we could use Derek's old house, I mean we're not going to burn it down a second time" and then this GASP of HORROR from little Kira, hands at her heart and sad puppy eyes like "Your house burned down Derek? Oh, that's so SAD!" oh you sweet summer child
KIRA WOULD BE UPSET OKAY I WANT KIRA TRYING TO BE DEREKS FRIEND BECAUSE HE LOOKS SAD AND FOLLOWING HIM AROUND ASKING HIM KITSUNE QUESTIONS BECAUSE HES THE FIRST PERSON SHE MET WHO KNOWS ANYTHING ABOUT IT AND DEREK GETS AGGRESSIVELY CHEERED UP AND STILES IS LIKE ‘DUDE HOW COME YOU NEVER LISTEN TO ANY OF THE MUSIC *I* PUT IN YOUR DROPBOX??’ AND DEREKS LIKE ‘IT MAKES ME UNCOMFORTABLE WHEN SHE SAD-EYES ME PLUS THE LAST TIME YOU DROPBOXED ME ANYTHING IT WAS PORN WITH A GUY YOU SAID LOOKED LIKE ME’
everything about this is super important to me, for starters, Kira is like “WOW, so you were following Scott around trying to protect him? That’s so awesome! You’re so nice!!! Scott, all your friends are so nice!!!!” when—let’s keep in mind, everyone else on the show ever has been like “UGH, IT’S DEREK AGAIN, GOD, WHATTA CREEP,” and Derek has already opened his mouth to defensively say he was just trying to protect Scott, and then snaps it back shut when Kira says, “It’s cool he has, like, a werewolf mentor.” and Derek says, “well, I’m not, uh, really—um,” because he knows Kira’s gonna find out he’s a butthole, like Scott will tell her soon enough, or he’ll just be a butthole to her, like he always is. But Kira just proceeds from the assumption that Derek is nice and kind and well-meaning and “oh my god, Scott, did you see how great he did in that fight with those things? Do you think maybe he could teach you some stuff? I bet he would!! Derek is so nice!!” and no one has the heart to tell her that Derek usually gets his ass kicked, and when Derek (who is, say, guarding the perimeter so Kira brings him out some of those peanut butter cookies with the hershey kisses in the middle because she made them for Scott but Derek shouldn’t be left out) anyhow, even Derek tells her he usually gets his ass kicked, and Kira thinks Derek is just very modest and self-effacing.
Kira & Derek for Bros 2014. I love everything about this. I want this more than words can say.
I really want a science fiction story where aliens come to invade earth and effortlessly wipe out humanity, only to be fought off by the wildlife.
They were expecting military resistance. They weren’t counting on bears.
devildoll paging devildoll GRIZZLY RAGE: BEARS VS. ALIENS coming to SyFy this fall WITH EARTH IN THE BALANCE……. TWO MORTAL ENEMIES WILL….. DISCOVER…. THAT THE FOREST IS WORTH FIGHTING FOR Starring: Tyler Hoechlin Some Bears (via Helenish)
SCREAMING OVER THIS
Screaming over Hoechlin in an eyepatch, scars all over his body from surviving the mauling in the original Grizzly Rage, now runs a bear attack survival camp that’s been featured on 60 Minutes due to its extreme and questionable practices, living in the bear BDSM cabin, walls covered with bear skin trophies. Spends his spare time posting on his anti-bear blog, working on his sixth book about bear attacks.* Occasionally gets drunk on whiskey and stumbles into his front yard in his underwear, clutching the bottle in his hand, and screams into the dark, “I KNOW YOU’RE OUT THERE YOU BITCH. COME AND GET ME. COME AND FINISH WHAT YOU STARTED.” She never does.
And then…the aliens arrive.
*Sample chapter title: Stephen Colbert Was Right
PLEASE. PLEASE!!!!!! I need this to be a buddycop film, where Tyler Hoechlin is the Jeff Goldblum-y/Sandra Bullock character and Mama Bear is the Will Smith/Mellssa McCarthy wisecrackin loudmouth. TYLER HOECHLIN IS A PARANOID OUTSIDER, DRIVEN TO ISOLATION BY HIS INABILITY TO MOVE ON FROM THE TRAGEDY THAT WAS HIS ROADTRIP THROUGH CANADA.
At first, all the news outlets are interested in him, and he’s invited on the View and there’s a story about him in Newsweek but his deranged ranting about the Superpowered Bear, the intelligent Bear, that Bear seemed less fascinating and more…really sad. ”Poor Tyler Hoechlin,” the stories go now. ”He was once valedictorian of either college or high school, and he was cool enough to wear a backwards hat and now look at him. LOOK AT HIM. What a shame.”
Tyler Hoechlin uses his small savings to outfit the BDSM cabin with wifi, spends his time on conspiracy forums, trying to spread the word when it happens. ALIENS!!!!!!!!!!! He knows what has to be done. ALL THE BEARS MUST DRINK FROM THE TOXIC LAKE. Everyone must know—we have an ARMY we don’t even know about!!!!!
Mama Bear is minding her own business, living in a new shack she built decorated with the reminders of her beautiful lost daughter when her daughter’s MURDERER shows up. At first her desire for REVENGE is reawakened when suddenly, a strike from the aliens hits too close to home, and Mama Bear is forced into an Unlikely Partnership with the one man she swore to destroy.
Coming soon on Syfy, the friendship you never expected against the enemy you always feared.
BEARS VS ALIENS!!!!!!!!!!
Tyler Hoechlin: We don’t have time for this! We have to get these bottles of toxic lake water to your brethren!
Mama Bear: And we will. As soon as you get your ass into that store, and get me a can of tuna. Listen, you want me to go get it myself?
Tyler Hoechlin: No, I do not want that. I do not want you to go in there and get it yourself.
Mama Bear: I know you don’t. You killed my daughter, you can’t get me a goddamn can of tuna? Jesus.
DON’T MISS IT.
AT THE END, Tyler Hoechlin risks his life to save Mama Bear’s new baby cub. She’s going out there against the aliens alone for her baby, getting ready, and Tyler Hoechlin walks in, weapons strapped to his body, extra boot knife, backpack full of tuna,
"The car’s ready when you are," he says.
"You don’t have to," she says.
"You’re not going out there alone," he says.
"No," she says, having come to grudgingly respect, and then, even, to love Tyler Hoechlin, "I can’t—this is a suicide mission."
"Let’s go get that baby bear," he says, jerking his head towards the door as the music swells, and then when Mama Bear is felled by the gamma radiation weapon and too injured to go on, Tyler Hoechlin CARRIES THE BABY BEAR TO SAFETY CRADLED TENDERLY IN HIS MANLY ARMS IN A HAIL OF PLASMA WEAPONS FIRE.
Epilogue: Tyler Hoechlin, Mama Bear, and baby bear living peacefully in the forest as a blended family, rollicking through the woods, roasting freshly caught fish over an open fire, Tyler Hoechlin and baby bear playfully wrassling in the leaves. ONCE AGAIN, ALL IS WELL ON PLANET EARTH.
"To an extent it’s a problem with fandom: the fact is that you’ve got thousands of intelligent people thinking about a problem, and statistically speaking some of them are likely to come up with something more clever than the creators. […] There comes a point at which, frankly, fandom IS better than the creators. We have more minds, more cumulative talent, more voices arguing for different kinds of representation, more backstory… The thing is that I rarely get involved with a show without a fandom anymore, because I actually enjoy the analysis and fic and fun more than I enjoy the show itself. Similarly, I get drawn into shows I otherwise wouldn’t really consider by the strength of their fandom. And I want the shows to live up to their fandom, but it’s an almost impossibly high bar, because the parts of fandom I choose to engage with are often parts that wouldn’t be considered sufficiently accessible or relevant to a majority of viewers. So… basically, for me, fandom is primary, and canon is secondary. The latter is really only there to facilitate the former.”
- me, in a discussion on fan responses to media on facebook.