Summary: Crowley has finals to take, and his Hellhounds take things into their own paws.
Notes: None really.
Soldier of Fortune, Inc. - C.J Yates - [1.12] Surgical Strike
English father, Irish mother, you’re an amateur of drama and seem to know the lyrics of every song by a musical group called Fleetwood Mac.
And you had a brother with you last time you visited us.
do you ever just like a person so much for who they are not even necessarily in a romantic sense but you just really appreciate how great they are and it’s almost embarrassing how much you want them to be happy and u just kinda
Favourite Mark Sheppard roles: 1/10 - Romo Lampkin (Battlestar Galactica)
See the pattern? Coolness and moral ambiguity. Though this time leaning definitely towards the good side. He’s like super lawyer in the awesome BSG setting. The awesome shades, blue coat, and Irish accent are definite bonuses. Why oh why does he not use that accent more often? It’s glorious. And his scenes are just written and acted so well.
- Battlestar: Galactica, The Son Also Rises (S3E18, 2007)
“I loved a woman. Beautiful, beautiful woman. But so serious. This frowning face trapped in the middle of a daisy. We had ten years. Then it fell apart under its own weight. I thought if I could get over her, I could get over anything. I could endure, conquer, be a man. Stand up to any and all kind of punishment. I clung to an empty, spinning bed for months. And that? That is when I finally realized how much I loved her. If I needed all that strength, what was the point? I needed to be with her.
“You understand that your days are owned and tallied by these people. I couldn’t help you if they paid me ten times what they offered me for Baltar. You won’t get a trial. Not even a bad one. So I have to ask you. Does your love hurt as much as mine?”
Favourite Mark Sheppard roles: 5/10 - Charles/Jack Walker (Medium)
Technically this is two roles, which is why I’m allowing myself a bigger picspam. In this he got to be both cruel and sympathetic, and show off some awesome acting skills. Lots of crying. Lots of murdering. Fun for the whole family! Err, or something. Plus he got to wear three-piece suits and period clothing, which I always appreciate.