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THE PEOPLE WHO MATTER DON'T MIND, AND THE PEOPLE WHO MIND DON'T MATTER

"As a viewer, I want things to be romantic, but playing Pam, it just felt like their relationship could possibly go back and forth as we’ve seen that it has. In 1905, they met in a sexual relationship, but at a certain point, it transcended that and became a relationship that we never really had to worry about ending." Kristin Bauer van Straten

"In the final moments of this week’s episode of Black Sails, there’s a very special song whose feature is pretty prominent: that song is an old sea shanty called “The Parson’s Farewell”. […] All the musicians and I got together before the show even started, and we just jammed through a bunch of pirate songs and sea shanties just to see what it felt like and to try to explore some sounds. The song stood out to me immediately: I could just tell it would have a role to play in the show.” (Bear McCreary) [x]

(via thisisalmostnotryanross)