I like to believe that Leela stayed on Gallifrey for Rodan, not for Andred.-Anonymous
Leela cosplay! #comiccon #sdcc #futurama (Taken with Instagram)
Finally! A good Leela cosplay! They eye is always done wrong, but this one works. :)
Leela and Four
So much love.
Leela is decidedly unimpressed with this cuppa.
Fruit flies keep killing themselves by flying into my peppermint tea, so now I’ve covered it with a saucer. About to paint Sixie. You?
I lived in a place that had those flies and the key was using a coaster to cover your drink. Steal a couple from the bar and you’re set. A saucer works dandy as well though. What’s a Sixie? As for me, I’m downloading some Fallout New Vegas updates, eating a “protein enriched whole grain snack” (bacon and popcorn), and helping my sister with her dilemma. Considering watching that episode of Doctor Who where Leela slaps that lady. Because she’s awesome.
Teddy bears are specifically designed with expressionless faces. This is a device for children to project their own emotions into their bear. This is why police cars often keep one in the trunk for children who have experienced trauma. This idea however, is not specific to teddy bears. It can be found in other toys, like say even a Doctor Who action figure. But even further, the concept can be extended to fictional characters. In most any story, the main character(s) are used as a conduit through which the viewer experiences the story. Sometimes, the more fantastical the world, the more mundane the character. Sometimes this works, like Harry Potter for instance, and sometimes the lead character remains flat and fails to grow with the world around them. Like Bella Swan for instance- a girl who less partakes in her world, so much as someone at whom her world happens.