I was rewatching Into Darkness when I noticed this, Marcus calls Jim son over and over again, and most of the time, we don’t see Jim when he does, but when we do, just look at Kirk’s face. His goes half-lidded and looks down, away from Marcus because that’s Pike’s line. Marcus shouldn’t be the one calling him son and Kirk sure as hell isn’t okay with that.
Pike was the one who could call him son, Pike was the one who could scold him like he was Jim’s father, Pike was the one who truly acted like a parental figure in Jim’s life and just look at how affected he is when he realizes that Pike will never call him son again.
You can just tell by his downcast expression that he’s is remembering and it is finally going through his head that Pike is gone, and there is no way in hell that Marcus is gonna be his substitute.
conceal don’t feel
don’t let them see
be the vulcan you always have to be
my life is complete.
Requested by Anon
the most important discovery of my life was finding out that spock blushes green
- james tiberius kirk
SO JANICE LESTER IN KIRK’S BODY WHO’S MOST LIKELY LYING ABOUT HER RELATIONSHIP WITH KIRK WANTING TO MAKE HIM SOUND LIKE A DICK IS APPARENTLY THE KIRK J.J. TOOK AS THE GENUINE ARTICLE. AMAZING.
this is your captain speaking, AND THIS IS YOUR CAPTAIN SHOUTING.
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I am here for Kirk’s righteous indignation at receiving basic and necessary medical attention
No but seriously Spock’s little speech in ‘The Ultimate Computer’ is just like a blatant declaration of love i’m fairly certain (like he pretty much says Kirk is desirable and irreplaceable in this soft VERY emotional tone) -
Kirk: Machine over man, Spock? It was…