omg i have rebogged this once, but again!!! awesome
my fav gif in tumblr xD
“I wish you were my father. My life would have been a lot different.”
OH MY GOD I’M JUST !)#(!@($)#@_$()@_#( ALL OVER THE PLACE!!
So here’s some gifs to describe my feelings:
So the explanation we were given — that Violet died in a bathtub, while weeping in the arms of her ghost-boyfriend — makes total sense. After all, in the episode directly after that (“Open House”) Violet started to commune more regularly with the other ghosts, as if she were one of them.
But for some reason I feel like something else even more sinister might have happened, something that — and I know I keep harping on this — involves Ben.
Ben didn’t seem all that surprised about the flies swarming the apples in his living room. (His non-plussed response — a remark about how he should not have left food out — struck me as odd.) Also, Vivien told him when he came to visit her in the hospital, “I think you’re the one that’s crazy. I really mean it.” And then there was the way Tate, in his Rubber Man suit, attacked Ben. He seemed genuinely angry, especially when he hissed, “The only reason I’m not killing you is for her.” If Tate kills Ben on the premises, something he might want to do if he knows Violet’s dad is the real reason for her death, Violet will be stuck with Ben for eternity. So Tate refused to do it.I could be very wrong. But it seems to me the writers are planting a lot of clues that will lead up to an “Oh my God, he killed his own daughter” moment that will finally, officially, make this show exactly like “Twin Peaks.”" - Paul Williams (x) in response to the question So did Violet really die after trying to kill herself by taking all those pills?