You always said don’t fight it
We could choose this and rise above
When everything else is spinning round
I got aligned to the center
One of the things that I’ve always said about Juan is that every action that he does has been heartfelt and genuine. When it was the war against the French in the first season, he was there and he was going to go to war, even though he knew he was going to die. He saw them getting ripped apart, but he was there and he was going to do it. I don’t think there’s anything that he’s done which was through general cowardice. In terms of his survival, he died how he lived, and that’s laudable, in itself. David Oakes (X)
→ An endless list of
fictional orhistorical “characters” I can’t help but worship→ Juan Borgia (portrayedin The Borgia)
But take a moment for imagining Eddie laughing so hard he actually slaps his own knee, and it’s over one of his own terrible jokes/puns.
"I meet Mads when he is 20 and I’m 24 and I’m just so proud of him. He’s an incredibly generous person and he’s an amazing actor. I think he’s the world’s greatest actor, I’m not afraid to say that, and I think he’s the world’s greatest dad and he’s the world’s greatest boyfriend. "