That’s a place I can’t go.
3.20 Death Benefit
Reese: I’m not doing this anymore. I’m not going anywhere until you give me a way to find him. I’m supposed to keep saving people like this idiot? I want something in return, otherwise I’m done. I know you’ve got your rules, but I’m guessing they don’t account for everybody being dead. No one answering your phone calls, no one saving anyone. No contingency. Do the math and figure out a way to bend your rules, ‘cause he’s my friend. He saved my life, understand? And I won’t do this without him.
TV Show Meme
5 OTPs (3/5)
Finch and Reese - Person of Interest
You know, you get those shows sometimes, and they’re great fun, dynamic and interesting and packed with twists, but it’s the central pair who give it real pizzazz, who make it more than just good entertainment. Finch and Reese are one of those pairs.
Right from the very start, the burgeoning relationship between these two was at the head of the list of compelling reasons to stay tuned - ostensibly opposite sorts in habit, skillset, and personality, Harold and John proved to be kindred spirits at heart. They took very different roads in life to reach the same point, the same fractured ideology that brought them together to begin breaking down the tower walls they’d built around themselves, finding room in their isolated, secretive lives to let one another in, little by little. Person of Interest's willingness to display their bond in a straight-forward and unadorned manner is a particular treat - some fans have spoken of it as being like fanfiction come to life - and with a relationship so close, loving, and frequently blissfully domestic, it's a small miracle that in three and a half seasons, there's yet to be one gay joke or snide comment, there's no “haha no homo!” moments or macho-hetero posturing. Finch and Reese can go to the movies and share an umbrella, they can bicker over parenting techniques and responsibilities while caring for an infant or while caring for their dog, Finch can tailor Reese's clothes and Reese can openly declare his thankfulness and his dedication to Finch for giving him something to live for when he had nothing left. They're still a pair of emotionally dysfunctional shut-ins with a suicide pact, but with one another they've managed to find an equilibrium without which they would be incapable of reaching out into the world and reconnecting with the rest of humanity. There's a beautiful unforced chemistry to it all, a genuine sincerity that elevates the relationship - and the show - well beyond “aww, that's nice” and into the realms of “you are hurting my soul but it hurts SO GOOD please continue forever until I die”. And that's a good place to be.
This is also why we have a fandom full of people grinning and crying over eggs benedict.
The writing of these two characters, the casting of two such dissimilar actors who brought these characters to life and the actors themselves, deserve kudos as well.
Jim with neo-pop artist Leonardo Hidalgo
Slapping A Bunch of Jim Caviezel Pics into One Out of Sheer Boredom Part 1
SPOILERS for Deus Ex Machina (S3, E23) !!
- Now that Decima has Samaritan up and running, the Battle of the Machines is on! Add in Vigilance’s team of anti-surveillance crusaders and you’ve got a powder keg waiting to explode. "What’s the most chaotic thing that could possibly happen in New York City to bring all these parties together? That’s where we’re headed,” executive producer Greg Plageman says. That chaos will be harder to anticipate now that the government has shut down its stake in the Machine. "They’ve turned off their one way of dealing with large-scale terrorist attacks," co-creator Jonathan Nolan says. ”When you turn the lights off, nothing good happens out in the dark.” And even though surprising alliances will be formed in the finale, Finch may lose his anonymity for good. “Is the world about to learn who Harold Finch is and what he’s done? That’s a big part of our season finale,” Nolan says.
Tom Selleck, Jim Caviezel and many others are part of this is a very touching PSA titled “Not The Answer” regarding military suicide. This was directed by Jonathan Flora and produced by Lamplight Entertainment. We all need to help each other.
I hope people get to pass this message along. This might just save another life.
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