Jules: I think her biggest deal was she starred in a pilot.
Vincent: Pilot? What’s a pilot?
Jules: Well, you know the shows on TV?
Vincent: I don’t watch TV.
Jules: Yeah, but, you are aware that there’s an invention called television, and on this invention they show shows, right?
Jules: Well, the way they pick TV shows is, they make one show. That show’s called a pilot. Then they show that one show to the people who pick shows, and on the strength of that one show they decide if they want to make more shows. Some get chosen and become television programs. Some don’t, become nothing. She starred in one of the ones that became nothing.
- Pulp Fiction (1994)
Perfect is very boring, and if you happen to have a different look, that’s a celebration of human nature, I think. If we were all symmetrical and perfect, life would be very dull.
Where does your journey end?
Sansa Stark Appreciation Week: Day 3 - Favorite
—A Feast for Crows
Did you have a onesies obsession at some point in your childhood?
In my childhood? It’s still going on. I have more onesies now than I ever did. I’ve got a dalmatian one, I’ve got a rhino one, and I have a panda one. And then just a normal Christmasy one. I wear them to go on walks with my dog. And luckily no one cares in my village because they’re all old and got dementia, so no one cares.
The song of steel on steel woke a hunger in Jon. It reminded him of simpler, warmer days, when he had been a boy at Winterfell matching blades with Robb under the watchful eye of Ser Rodrick Cassel. Ser Rodrik too had fallen, slain by Theon Turncloak and his ironmen as he’d tried to retake Winterfell. The great stronghold of House Stark was a scorched desolation. All my memories are poison.