"All of your assumptions are built upon a first principle, Zack. To wit: The historical human experience, as a whole, is more important than a single person's life." "Yes." "Yet, you risked it all so you wouldn't hurt Hodgins." "There's - You are correct. There is an inconsistency in my reasoning."
All these things can exist in the same woman. Women shouldn’t be valued because we are strong, or kick-ass, but because we are people. So don’t focus on writing characters who are strong. Write characters who are people. (x)
Good Morning, have some “Slightly Dapper Tony”.
His character development was actually one of my favorites even though he only had about 5 minutes of total screen time. For the longest time I thought he was an ass that didn’t really care about her or the baby, and then you see that it’s not true at all.
She had that conversation with him about how he had to talk to her all the time. He took it to heart, as you can see. He came back and was talking, a lot!