He’s gone. That’s the point, isn’t it? He’s gone, and I’m here. Everything looks different now. It feels so…different. I’ve lost him. Everything changed, and now it’s… It’s hard to accept it. He’s gone. He’s just gone. And there’s no getting him back.
—  Meredith Grey

Austin McKenzie to star as LGBT rights leader in new ABC miniseries by Gus Van Sant and Dustin Lance Black

The 22-year-old, who recently starred as Melchior Gabor in Broadway’s Spring Awakening revival by Deaf West Theatre, will portray young activist Cleve Jones, who joined the gay liberation movement in 1972 with pioneer gay rights leader Harvey Milk.

The highly anticipated project, titled “When We Rise,” marks a reunion for director Gus Van Sant and  writer Dustin Lance Black, who worked together on the Oscar-winning “Milk.”

Also starring in the miniseries are Emily Skeggs (Medium Allison in ”Fun Home”) as women’s rights leader Roma Guy, Mary-Louise Parker as the older Roma Guy, and Guy Pearce as the older Cleve Jones.

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Come home.

How 13x17 should have ended between Owen and Amelia after their fight in the stairwell. As Amelia goes to leave Owen speaks and tells her everything that’s been building up inside him.

“Amelia don’t go, please. I need you to understand, I need you to know. I love you, I am so in love with you. I have never fallen as quickly for someone as I did for you. It was like you knew me and understood me, without having to ask. That’s why I always felt weird asking you out on dates, I felt like we were already past that. Past the ‘get to know you’ stage. It was just the way you looked at me; you knew and understood, you never judged and you never held anything I did or said against me. When you got angry at me and said that we should have kept our personal and professional relationships separate, I was hurt and mad and I walked away. I should never have walked away. I regretted it the minute I said it when I called us a plane-crash. We’re not a plane crash, we never were and we never will be. I promise you that Amelia. You are everything to me. I never needed to hear you say ‘I love you’ because I could tell you were in this as deeply as I was, as I am. That’s why we kept on coming back together. No matter how long we were apart something brought us back together, I’ve always had faith in that.”

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“He’s   g o n e.    That’s the point, isn’t it? He’s gone, and I’m here. Everything looks different now. It feels so…different. I’ve lost him. Everything changed, and now it’s… It’s hard to accept it. He’s gone. He’s just gone. And there’s no getting him back.”
'Scandal' Hits 100 Episodes: Casting Secrets, Trump and a Battle Over Abortion Revealed in Dishy Oral History
Shonda Rhimes, Kerry Washington, Tony Goldwyn and more tell all as the ABC Beltway soap celebrates a milestone in the Trump era: "In a world in which all of the things that we would write on 'Scandal' are happening in real life, it’s very hard to write 'Scandal' the way we used to."

Shonda Rhimes wasn’t looking to make another show, much less a weekly political statement, when her longtime producing partner Betsy Beers insisted she sit down with famed Washington, D.C., crisis manager Judy Smith. That changed before the meeting was over. Smith’s sordid tales of her years as a Beltway fixer — she has counseled clients from Monica Lewinsky to Michael Vick — inspired the Grey’s Anatomy creator to launch Scandal. The 2012 ABC series, which cemented Rhimes’ status as one of the most bankable creatives in Hollywood, became one of TV’s first social media darlings and still ranks as a top five broadcast drama (8.9 million weekly Viewers) in its sixth season. But Scandal’s contribution is much greater than hashtags and happy advertisers. Casting Kerry Washington as the lead in the political soap made her the first black woman to topline a drama in 37 years, a depressing superlative that helped launch the ongoing dialogue about inclusivity in entertainment. Viewers tuned in for the onscreen steam between Washington’s Olivia Pope and the married President Fitzgerald Grant played by Tony Goldwyn, and they stayed for hot-button commentary on Black Lives Matter, gun control and Planned Parenthood. Now, as the show airs its 100th episode April 13 in the era of Trump, nearly 20 of the real-life gladiators involved in Scandal share what happens behind the scenes as its outspoken creator works to reflect America’s political uncertainty — even if that alters the ending she long has had in mind.


Some Pre PTX (Not Problematic):

Telephone (Trio)

Sweet Dreams (Trio)

Firework (Trio) 

Smooth Criminal (Kevin) 

Covers (Live Vids):

Moves Like Jagger

Edge of Glory

How Will I Know? 

You Da One 

We Are Young

End of Time 

When Love Takes Over (feat. Natalie Weiss)


Gangnam Style

Thrift Shop

Pusher Love Girl 

Crusin for a Brusin



Covers/Mashups (Music Vids):


Somebody That I Used to Know


Save the World/Don’t You Worry Child

Radioactive (Feat. Lindsey Stirling) 

Can’t Hold Us


Daft Punk 

I Need Your Love


Say Something 


La La Latch


Rather Be 


Where Are U Now 

If I Ever Fall In Love (Feat. Jason Derulo) 

Christmas Stuff:

Carol of the Bells 

Little Drummer Boy 

Angels We Have Heard On High

White Winter Hymnal 

Winter Wonderland/Don’t Worry Be Happy (Feat. Tori Kelly) 

Mary, Did You Know? 

That’s Christmas To Me 

Silent Night (Live)

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy 

Yule Log Videos (Playlist) 

Joy To The World 

The First Noel

Live Mashups:

As Long As You Love Me/Wide Awake

NSYNC Medley 

Evolution of Music

Evolution of Beyoncé 

Evolution of Michael Jackson


Run to You 

Love Again

We Are Ninjas 

Can’t Sleep Love 

Can’t Sleep Love (feat. Tink) 


Collabs on other Channels:

Wizard of Ahhhs - Todrick Hall 

Random Projects:

Oreo’s “Wonderfilled” Song

Evolution of Lucky Charms 

C is For Cookie/Rubber Ducky (Sesame Street)

A Couple of Them Doing Stuff:

Superfruit Songs

The A Team (Scott and Kevin Feat. Kina Grannis) 

Stay (Scott and Kevin Feat. Rozzi Crane) 

The Ghostbusters Theme Song (Scavi)


Individual Stuff:






TV Performances (Some Interviews/Songs include, there are WAY too many to include, so I just added a few):

Sing Off All Performances Playlist 

AMAs Performance - Star Wars Medley 

Be Our Guest (Disney)

Season 4 Sing Off Finale (I Need Your Love) 

Season 5 Sing Off Holiday Melody 

Evolution of Beyonce on Ellen 

Grammy Performance with Stevie Wonder 

Country Christmas (CMAs Performance) 

CMAs Elvira 

Streamys Performance 

On My Way Home (Conan) 

ABC staff Serenade 

Honoring Tom Hanks 

The Tonight Show 

News Hour

Counting to 5 on Sesame Street 

C is For Cookie (feat. Cookie Monster) 

Barney’s Holiday Campaign 

Canada AM (Problem and Hark The Herald) 


Barney’s Afterparty? 

Anyway You Want It (Pitch Perfect 2) 

Bose Demo 

Full Concert (On My Way Home Tour) 

Full Concert (PTX World Tour) 

If you see any that I’m missing or there are any issues with the links please tell me, idk if I’ll be able to change it but we’ll see