“The way to fix Rizzoli & Isles is actually pretty simple: The writers need to ask themselves what they’d do with Jane and Maura if they were Castle and Beckett, or Booth and Brennan, or Mulder and Scully, or any man and woman with that kind of chemistry.” — Heather Hogan (x)
San Francisco - Stu Larsen, Passenger & The Once
The last thing I wanted was anyone that reminded me of you but that was a joke because…everything reminded me of you.
2x12 | 5x09 Favorite Outfits
morning -by E
having to use your own art as reference cause you forgot how to draw
having to go back to reread previous chapters of your own story as a reference because you forgot how to write
"captures a moment and will be forever"
Maura with her hands in her pockets appreciation post
#this is so fucking sexy #mainly because it doesn’t seem to quite suit her character #like how she was raised #this poise and class #i wasn’t raised like that and even my grandmother used to tell me ladies didn’t put their hands in their pockets #so in my mind this is a very tomboy-ish act #and someone as ultra feminine as Maura well #it’s just so FUCKING hot! #maura isles (via drtessarosetorres)
what if femme is a form of drag for maura?, in some respects she’s stereotypically masculine, her adherence to science/logic, her field of study and work, her ‘queen of the dead’ persona, her mother obviously raised her to be very feminine, what if she wasn’t always?, what if she was a little tomboy as a child, and developed a high-femme persona later on, either to appease her parents, or to be able to move around as a part of high society, or as a counter to the masculine stereotype of her profession?, what if she found heels and dresses opened more doors for her than suits?, but the little things like putting her hands in her pockets and her more masculine wristwatch, never went away and were her quiet rebellion (via ressick)