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Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Jason Mantzoukas joins season 3 cast | EW.com

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is getting in League with someone very familiar/funny. Fox’s cop comedy has cast Jason Mantzoukas in a recurring role, EW has learned exclusively.

The League vet will surface as Adrian Pimento, a police offer who returns to the Nine-Nine after an absurdly long undercover mission — more than a decade. Jake (Andy Samberg) is obviously impressed and excited about the prospect of partnering up with Pimento, but let’s just say that living a double life for that many years does a number on your mental health.

Mantzoukas — whose recent TV credits include Community, Transparent, and Parks and Recreation (a show that was overlorded by Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-creator Michael Schur) — will begin his four-episode arc on Brooklyn in the spring.

Can people please stop freaking out about the chance that Jake and Amy might break up just because she is going undercover. I guarantee you they won’t. Look at the other shows Mike Schur has written. When Pam went to art school in New York her and Jim didn’t break up, in fact they got engaged. When Ben went to DC him and Leslie didn’t break up, when he came back they got engaged. I wouldn’t be surprised if Jake and Amy got engaged after this, too. Just saying. There’s a better chance of that happening then them breaking up. Everyone just needs to let it play out.

anonymous asked:

Letter K for the fandom-thing!

Oh my god this is literally the hardest question on there BUT I AM SO GLAD YOU ASKED IT BECAUSE I AM THE WORLD’S GREATEST FAN OF CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT but honest to god I cannot narrow it down to one so I’m going to say pretty much every character in Mike Schur shows. I’ve watched a LOT of shows, particularly comedies, and the defining characteristic of a Schur show is the difference between the characters at the beginning and end of the shows. They start off as characters who appear to fall into stereotypes, like Leslie, the optimist, Jake, the goofball, and Dwight, the weirdo. But as you keep watching the shows, you learn all these subtle details, and you see them grow and change not in spite of their surroundings but because of them, as they find that their family is not necessarily your blood relatives. ALSO CAPTAIN HOLT TAKES HOOLA HOOPING LESSONS. IN CONCLUSION MIKE SCHUR IS GOD.

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some of the work I did for the last weeks. Japanese Broschure with english cover plus 1mm edge. It’s a dictionary for bookbinding for the translation from German to English, French and Italian.
Some new paper I bought with a gift card I got for Christmas from my trainer from a dazzling little shop.
And my first Hardcovers with a rounded back, half fabric, covered in my self made paper

anonymous asked:

I love that because we don't actually know much about the triplets we can think of all these ideas and sort of continue to live in the world of parks and rec. I miss it so much. but blogs like yours keep me sane and happy.

 ahhhhh im so glad my insanity and constant blabbing about triplets can keep you sane :’)  tHANK YOU ANON!!! YOU ARE PRECIOUS <3

side note: @ schur THIS DOESNT MEAN YOU CANT RELEASE MORE DELETED SCENES FROM PARKS AND REC I KNOW YOU HAVE THEM GIVE THEM TO ME. 

When Carl Herz was studying Schur multipliers, he named a special class of them the “Herz-Schur” multipliers.

It may seem vain that his surname was put in front, but it’s probably better than calling them the “sure hurts” multipliers.

New Post has been published on http://rosepleinair.com/painting-in-zaandam/

Painting in Zaandam

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Painting in Zaandam View on 4 Windmills

Eric Rhoads came to Holland for work and painting. So he and a bunch of other painters went to Zaandam. Funny stuff: I had never been in Zaandam myself. Yes I live near ‘my own set of windmills’ but seeing them here was o so beautiful too. Painting here was great. My next post shows one in the evening.

This one was painted on the bridge overlooking the wide canal and the windmills. It did started to rain, as you might see in the sky.

Felt fortunate to have met him, and painted with him. I think he’s an important figure in the pleinair scene, but more important, he’s also a very nice guy, and smart, we share the same passion for marketing and business. Guess what our conversations were about most :)

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LA03-2015 Landscape Painting “Zaandam View on 4 Windmills”

oil on canvas, 24×30 cm | 9.6″ x 11.8″ 2015
(sold)
available paintings at
http://PaintingsGalleryRose.com

Scene pic:

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Here Eric Rhoads, publisher of PleinAir Magazine and I pose in front of the row of windmills in Zaandam, Holland.

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For one of the finest detective in the NYPD (and the cutest smol Latina you can find on tv), Amy Santiago

Now, a message for Michael Schur : Dude, I love you, for parks & rec, b99 et the office, but it’s not a reason to not giving us some peraltiago moment AND YOU KNOW IT ! 

Jack McBrayer To Co-Star In NBC’s Matt Hubbard Comedy Pilot

Former 30 Rock co-star Jack McBrayer is reuniting with the Emmy-winning NBC comedy’s co-executive producer Matt Hubbard on Hubbard’s new single-camera comedy pilot for NBC. McBrayer is set to co-star opposite Chris Smith and Elizabeth Ho in the untitled pilot, written/executive produced by Hubbard and executive produced by Mike Schur. The project revolves around Andrew (Smith) and Josie (Ho), a happily married interracial couple whose lives take a turn when they move close to Josie’s family in Missouri. McBrayer will play Gary, the sycophantic chief instructor at the Tae Kwon Do Academy owned by Josie’s father Jae. Gary looks up to Jae as a father, and fears that Andrew may jeopardize his relationship with Grandmaster Kim. 3 Arts’ David Miner also exec produces.

McBrayer, who earned 3 Emmy nominations for his role as the wide-eyed page Kenneth on 30 Rock and its digital offshoot, has been recurring on The Middle and Todd Margaret. He is repped by UTA.

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New Post has been published on http://rosepleinair.com/pleinair-sunrise-in-autumn/

Pleinair Sunrise in Autumn

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Pleinair Sunrise in Autumn

As the sun shifts from left to right my horizons change in the paintings. Still hoping to paint a few with either frost on the grass or rather actual snow. You can’t imagine how great it is for a painter to (finally) skip the green and replace it for another, in case of snow, a blueish, or purplish grey. Ya!

Yes the Sunrise should be painted pleinair. I think it’s the only way to do it justice. I couldn’t do it from a photo, colors from a photo are most of the times incorrect. If you haven’t studied what those colors should be how could you even ‘calibrate’ the photo. Anyway, it’s far easier to go out there, the info you need to paint its truest form is right there!

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LA05-2015 Schuring Landscape Painting “Sunrise in Autumn”

oil on canvas, 24×30 cm | 9.6″ x 11.8″ 2015
(available)
available paintings at
http://PaintingsGalleryRose.com

Photo shows the grey frame (with touch of silver shine), very suitable for all sunrises I think:

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Yes Please by Amy Poehler

Audie Award, Humor, 2015

Amy Poehler is hosting a dinner party and you’re invited! Welcome to the audiobook edition of Amy Poehler’s Yes Please. The guest list is star-studded with vocal appearances from Carol Burnett, Seth Meyers, Michael Schur, Patrick Stewart, Kathleen Turner, and even Amy’s parents - Yes Please is the ultimate audiobook extravaganza.

Also included? A one-night-only live performance at Poehler’s Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. Hear Amy …

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Chris Smith & Elizabeth Ho To Topline NBC’s Matt Hubbard Comedy Pilot

Chris Smith and Elizabeth Ho have been cast as the leads in NBC’s untitled Matt Hubbard comedy pilot, from former 30 Rock co-executive producer Hubbard and Parks & Recreation and Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-creator/executive producer Mike Schur. The single-camera project revolves around Andrew (Smith) and Josie (Ho), a happily married interracial couple whose lives take a turn when they move close to Josie’s family in Missouri. Andrew is a likable nerd, a lawyer, while Josie is hard-charging woman who has never failed at anything.

Hubbard wrote the project, loosely based on his life, and executive produces with Schur and 3 Arts’ David Miner.

Smith previously played the main lead in the CBS comedy series We Are Men and co-starred in CBS’ pilot Taxi-22, both single-camera. In features, he starred in Paranormal Activity 3 and had supporting roles in Nicole Holofcener’s Enough Said and Mira Nair’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist. He is repped by UTA, Principato-Young Entertainment and attorney Melissa Fox.

Ho, whose series credits include Rake and Melissa & Joey, is repped by the Stone Manners Salners Agency and Vincent Cirrincione & Assoc.

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