I abandoned him to that monster. And then I punished him for it. What is wrong with me? I give up.
It disappoints me to no end that reviewers just aren’t getting the point of this. It’s not a murder boner. It’s not Bill and Gini being creepy. It’s one of those fundamentally odd moments that don’t make sense unless you’re in them, in which case it makes PERFECT SENSE.
I’d theorize that it’s partly because Bill is so exhausted and worn out from being repeatedly decked in the face that his brain can finally stop worrying about erections and just get it done. The blood is symbolic of a more primal response among other basic impulses. Sex and food and violence.
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka reenact the spaghetti scene from Lady and the Tramp (x)
Would you like a first glimpse of Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke reading as Will and Lou? You would? Okay then. #MeBeforeYou (pic by Thea Sharrock, director)