…We were onto s o me t h i n g.

red string of fate • also referred to as the red thread of destiny, red thread of fate, and other variants, is an east asian belief originating from chinese legend and is also used in japanese legend. According to this myth, the gods tie a red cord around the ankles of those that are to meet one another in a certain situation or help each other in a certain way. […] The two people connected by the red thread are destined lovers, regardless of time, place, or circumstances. This magical cord may stretch or tangle, but  n e v e r   b r e a k.

Because you don’t care about getting hurt. But you know how i’ll feel? i’ll be d e v a s t a t e d. and if you die; i will literally go out of my f r e a k i n g  m i n d.

stiles & lydia ± ‘anchors’

"stiles, where are you going? […] let’s just go back to sleep. […] don’t worry about it. […] just go back to sleep stiles. what if who gets in? stiles, just leave it please… come back to bed! stiles, please! don’t stiles! don’t! don’t go in there, please, stiles!"

s o   i t ’ s   n o t   b e c a u s e   y o u ’ r e   a f r a id   t o   t a l k  t o   h e r ? 

ward: you sure this is about him? not about simmons?
fitz: what the hell does that mean?
ward: if there’s something you wanna tell her; don’t wait.

simmons is at the hub;
we h a v e to save her.

f i t z s i m m o n s  ± 'end of the beginning'

"if you’re gonna do this, you’re going to need my help. at some point. one way or another. eventually."

you’ve been beside me the  w h o l e  d a m n  t i m e.

fitzsimmons → ‘the bridge’

"fitz: if i could see the future, i’d go straight to las vegas.
simmons: *360 eyeroll*

fitzsimmons ‘repairs’

"fitz: *trapped in a closet* what the hell is happening? […] THIS IS NOT FUNNY JEMMA. if this is a prank— this is a prank."

fitzsimmons ± ‘the well’

"s: well he had to. i froze. didn’t know what to do.
 f: hey, you didn’t freeze. […]”