"50 Shades of Grey: The Movie." Or, as I prefer to call it, "American Psycho 2: Watered-Down Problematic BDSM Boogaloo."
Do you think every president goes through a awkward first few weeks in office when they’re not sure when’s the right time to ask if aliens are real or not?
why does garfield even hate mondays? he doesn’t have a job. he hasn’t felt the crippling pressure of capitalism. he is only a cat.
Hey Arnold! mastered the art of
diversity without making the PoC into caricatures
The 90s were a good time for POC-inclusiveness on TV.
this is the scene of the crime
Emilia Clarke in the Game of Thrones S4 bloopers
"Watch what you’re doing, James!" Lily exclaimed, pushing his hand away from his cauldron. The potion inside was bubbling furiously, and she glared at him.
"Sorry Evans," he said, abashed. "It’s just hard for me to focus with the most beautiful potions expert standing next to me," he explained with a grin.
Lily blushed, but tried to keep her expression stern. “Just… try not to blow up your cauldron, Potter. I like my eyebrows as they are.”
"Me too," James agreed, still grinning as he continued dropping ingredients into his cauldron.
Regrettably Bruce’s parents had passed on before they managed to have ‘The Talk’.
Joel McHale responding to a shipping question from the mod. I’m not sure if he meant something good Jeff goes after, or a negative temptation he indulges in. Or if he meant something else. It could have been about Annie or Britta, it was hard to tell from context. He basically dodged the mod’s “Annie or Britta?” question by deferring to Dan Harmon, and implying that Jeff doesn’t really change.
To clarify, he was talking about hypothetical Jeff behavior/attitude, not actual predictions.
Harmon reiterated his “people have crushes and are sexual beings but no one relationship will take over the show” opinion, with a comment about certain relationships having energy or something. All stuff we’ve heard before. Neutral skewing J/A.
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