John wonders if he’s a synthetic and a fucking psychic; every time Dorian turns to him and says, “Would you like to go for a drink?” he would. He really would.
This time it’s a little different; Dorian picks the place, leads him down alleyways under the glowing signs; neon is still a thing, made a comeback some twenty years ago, something about early-21st-century chic; John doesn’t get it. He notes the way it glances off rainpuddles though; he is always confused when Dorian’s skin reflects no light.
A handy reference guide!
And I totally heard Gandalf in my head reciting the names
“A child is born to innocence. A child is drawn towards good. Why, then, do so many among us go so horribly wrong? What makes some walk the path of darkness while others choose the light? Is it will? Is it destiny? Can we ever hope to understand the force that shapes the soul? To fight evil, one must know evil; one must journey back through time and find that fork in the road where heroes turn one way and villains turn another.” | Heroes, 3.8: Villains
“It’s crazy. I’m so grateful. I’m so happy to be here. I’m so happy to do such interesting work with such amazing people that I care about so much, and that inspire me so much, and that teach me so much.” (Critics’ Choice Television Awards | June 10, 2013)
"He was always a dog with a bone. He would get onto something and wouldn’t let it go. It could rub people the wrong way.”
"I know that type."