I’ve seen what the two of us together looks like. And it’s beautiful.
an infinite list of favorite fictional ladies ❤ olivia dunham (fringe)
"i understand that you think i acted too emotionally. putting aside the fact that men always say that about women they work with, i’ll get straight to the point: i am emotional. i do bring it into my work— it’s what motivates me. it’s what helps me get into the headspace of our victims; to see what they’ve seen, even if i don’t want to. even if it horrifies me. and i think it makes me a better agent. if you have a problem with that, i’m sorry. you can fire me. but i hope you don’t."
Dunham, what’s up?
I need a cross check on recent unsolved homicides. See if any bodies have turned up with a missing pituitary gland.
Oh, you say the sweetest things.
Only to you, Charlie.
FRINGE, september 9th, 2008 — january 18th, 2013
Despite what you think, my universe is not at war with yours. This all began because a man came over here to save a boy and twenty-five years later, I came back to save that same boy.
You should know what you’re getting into Agent Dunham. I would say this to my own daughter; be careful and good luck.
# Olivia Dunham - Fringe -
"She’s always trying to make up for something. Right some imaginary wrong.
Haunted, I guess.”
“She’s very, very stubborn. She doesn’t like to lose. But she sees the best in people, even when they don’t see it themselves.”
"She gave me a purpose: She taught me to believe in something bigger than myself. She taught me to fight to keep our world safe"
"She gave me a place to call home.A place I’d want to call home"
"There was no one like her." - Peter Bishop