Write down your top 10 TV shows and then tag 10 friends to do the same.
In no particular order:
1. Game of Thrones
2. 30 Rock
3. Parks and Rec
4. Brooklyn Nine-nine
5. Gilmore Girls
6. True Blood (through season 4)
7. House of Cards
10. Will & Grace
Henderly tagged all my people.
Amy [Poehler] was in the middle of some such nonsense with Seth Meyers across the table, and she did something vulgar as a joke. I can’t remember what it was exactly, except it was dirty and loud and “unladylike.”
Jimmy Fallon, who was arguably the star of the show at the time, turned to her and in a faux-squeamish voice said: “Stop that! It’s not cute! I don’t like it.”
Amy dropped what she was doing, went black in the eyes for a second, and wheeled around on him. “I don’t fucking care if you like it.” […] With that exchange, a cosmic shift took place. Amy made it clear that she wasn’t there to be cute. She wasn’t there to play wives and girlfriends in the boys’ scenes. She was there to do what she wanted to do and she did not fucking care if you like it.” — An excerpt from Tina Fey’s Bossypants [x] (via scottmotherfuckinmccall)
Are you suggesting we dance our troubles away?
nine days of brooklyn nine-nine day 1: favorite episode: Party
"Everyone here needs some instruction on interacting with grown-ups. Here are the rules: no staring at your phones, no rolling in two hours late, no sweatpants, no jeans and no shorts. And everyone, bring a bottle of wine."
- Plays: 1,865,869
- Artist: Fall Out Boy
- Track Name: Thanks for the Memories (Vocals Only)
Why did Fall Out Boy not make this an actual thing?
Pete’s vocals at the beginning are magical.
the harmonies oh m gy g od
eargasm literal eargasm
I’m saving this for when people try to tell me that Fall Out Boy isn’t good.
Shout out to the artists and writers who post stuff on this site and get like 3 notes
They have the right to do whatever they want, but that doesn’t make whatever they want a good idea. I think people object to the special editions both because they are mostly a matter of tinkering with effects that were cutting-edge for the period but are no longer, which invites a level of ongoing revisionism of our cinematic heritage that’s difficult to countenance when one pursues the implication, and because he made the original versions, the ones people actually had watched and remembered and loved, that much harder to acquire.