evilqueenofgallifrey

prinses-pumpkin asked:

COPHINEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

evilqueenofgallifrey answered:

  • Who’s the messiest one: Cosima. Duh.
  • Who feels the most uncomfortable about PDA: Both are really chill, but Delphine takes a while to get used to it before really enjoying it
  • Who’s the funniest drunk: Delphine
  • Who texts the most: Cosima
  • Who has the most embarrassing taste in music: Delphine
  • Who reads the most: Both, together, about crazy science
  • Who’s better with kids: Both of them are not used to tiny humans that much but Cosima is pretty good with Kira
  • Who’s the one that fixes things around the house: Cosima, after Delphine breaks them
  • Who’s got the weirdest hobby: Cosima’s pot smoking? Not sure. 
  • Who cooks and who cleans up: Delphine cooks lively light French food cos Cosima only knows how to make instant food or weird veggie noodles
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… in the episode’s best scene, Cosima reveals to Scott that she’s actually the clone they’ve been studying. His response, that it’s an honor to work alongside her, is perfect and easily one of the sweetest moments I’ve seen on TV in some time. He’s a minor character in the grand scheme of things, but his sincerity, especially towards someone as fragile as Cosima, is much appreciated.
Long Live Scott (Film School Rejects review)
micdotcom
First of all, I wanted to thank you. Before I started watching [Orphan Black], I was really in the closet and I was totally ashamed of who I was. I hated myself. I started watching the show and seeing [openly lesbian character] Cosima and seeing everything is not about her sexuality and that she is more than her sexuality. My parents weren’t okay with me being gay. I started watching the show with my mom and it’s helped us start to rebuild our relationship.

[My mother] sees Cosima and she sees that it’s okay and that people are more than their sexuality. I want to thank you for that. … What’s it like to have that effect on peoples’ lives and know you’re changing peoples’ lives and making people more comfortable with who they are? You’re saving lives. That’s what you did for me. So, I just wanted to know what’s that like?
This single question brought Tatiana Maslany to tears at Comic Con. Watch her response. (via micdotcom)