Aziraphale and Crowley through the years, in no particular order. Or, I love one (1) soft hobbit angel nerd and one (1) secretly soft snarky demon loser.
- 1968: that’s supposed to be Mick Jagger with Crowley, natch, but I fail at people. (he’ll probably regret it when he sobers up.)
- 1431: Crowley got 1) a commendation for Joan of Arc’s trial and burning, which he had nothing to do with, and 2) uncomfortable. Aziraphale got sad.
- 1929: I’m guessing Crowley messed around with mobsters around Lincoln Park, Chicago (bad idea).
- 1917: Crowley’s wearing a British uniform, Aziraphale a German (stretcher bearer) one.
- 1995: some years after Armageddidn’t, either the back of the bookshop or that cottage in the South Downs, in the winter. (SO MUCH TARTAN.)
- 1718: either Crowley came up with the Duke of Wharton’s choice of name for a club, or he had nothing to do with it and laughed himself silly when he found out.
- 1990: that bit of dialogue will always be my favourite.
- “I’d just like to say,” he said, “if we don’t get out of this, that… I’ll have known, deep down inside, that there was a spark of goodness in you.”
- “Just remember I’ll have known that, deep down inside, you were just enough of a bastard to be worth liking.”
- (although, WINGS. GAH.)
God I love the book and the series ♥