Surprise, surprise. Now, I’m going to be honest, when Delphine was introduced as a love interest for Cosima, I kind of went, “oh poop, now the frakkin’ ship’s gonna eat everything and my awesome science hacker-geek girl with the twists will vanish forever into a chasm of SHIP.” But, happily, Cosima persevered. Because she is a rainbow and Delphine is the graceful French unicorn leaping across it.
THIS ACTUALLY TOTALLY TOOK A LOT OF CORNIFYING/PHOTOSHOPPIFYING WORK. SEE THAT IT GETS CIRCULATED
But hang on to your bonnets, I’m going to be a little bit* serious about the relationship for a minute. When you examine the evidence, it’s a rather complex and also touching sort of relationship. Cosima is a rather lonely heart. And at perhaps both the most perfect and the most unfortunate time in her life, she finds a friend.
I pray that we all find friends with the hair of a heroine of Greek legend
What we know of Cosima comes primarily through the character-building Maslany and Co. have spoken of. Cosima comes from a pretty well off background. She is a brilliant student and outgoing personality. She’s had a dream education. My personal head canon is that back in grad school she and Astrid Farnsworth took some of the same classes before Astrid joined the Fringe Division and — HOLY WATERSHED — Orphan Fringe just happened.
Beth couldn’t handle the fact that our Spider man wears red spandex instead of purple and just went “fuckit, I can’t take this anymore, goodbye not-my-world”
Sorry, sorry, digressing.
This was perfect beyond all reason, also THE HAIR.