taurusversant  asked:

If you could recommend one thing right now to everyone reading this, what would it be?

please, please, i am begging you: watch Nirvanna the Band the Show. it’s a tv show where the two main characters are “actors” and everyone else is real and doesn’t know they’re being filmed. it is, no bullshit, the funniest + most interesting comedy i’ve seen in years, and has totally filled the void Nathan For You left in my heart

the first episode is free on youtube!

anonymous asked:

Consider tho,,,aliens meeting the super cruel murderous villain character's actor after the play is over and just being like "draw your guns!!it's the murderer!!" And everyone defusing the situation frantically



#ThankYouBones week: Day 12 - 1 Bones Cast. Final thank you

I don’t even know where to begin with this day. If I let myself think about it I won’t be able to stop myself from crying. I’m going to miss this cast so much. I am so proud of them, this show has made their careers, not only the cast but also the crew. We shouldn’t just thank the cast but most importantly the crew. If it wasn’t for them the show wouldn’t be on air. This wonderful cast has changed my life in so many ways. My journey started by watching David Boreanaz on my TV screen when I was 7 years old. I’ve followed him since childhood and continued to follow him to this show, if it wasn’t for David I wouldn’t have found this wonderful show. I wouldn’t have fallen in love with all these wonderful, well-written, complex and thoroughly developed characters. These actors are vastly underrated and literally deserve the world. If it wasn’t for the show I wouldn’t have made some amazing friends through this fandom - on Tumblr and over Twitter. I wish the cast and crew all the best for the future in their future roles and they finally get the recognition they deserve. I will continue to follow them in their projects and will always remember them as the cast that I fell in love with when I was 13 years old. 

anonymous asked:

unfortunately it's not even the first time that person tried to dictate what people should or shouldn't like... in another one of their recent posts they claim that the teen wolf fandom is exclusive property of tyler posey and scott mccall and whoever prefers other actors/characters over him, produces art for them or doesn't share their personal opinion on scott does 'not see the show for what it is' and deserve to be bullied for being a 'bad artist'. it's a few posts below the abusive ships one

The issue I have is the tone policing. And then they will say. “But hold on, I never told you what you could or couldn’t write.” 

No, what happened was they threw in words like “healthiness” and “exploitation” and “worry” and “anti-feminist”. They’re not straight out telling me what I can and can’t read or write, but they’re trying to make me feel shame or guilt for the things I want to read and write. 

And this coming from someone who likes (and states they write) dark fics. (Not to shit on dark fics. I read and write them myself. I have a point about them, I promise.)

Who cares if fiction is problematic? It’s fiction. Why the assumption that just because a fic relationship is unhealthy that the reader must also be drawn to unhealthy relationships in real life? 

I mean, that’s the height of arrogance. Remember that point I had about dark fics? Well, here it is. Presumably this person is able to say, “Hey, I read and enjoy dark fics and I am capable of not letting them influence my moral and ethical code, but your fic is problematic and I am concerned because you are most likely influenced by that in the real world.” 

Why don’t they hold themselves to the same low standard? What’s the difference? They’re smart but other readers aren’t? 

Originally posted by lady-and-the-gif

Make no mistake. This isn’t about dialogue, or about meta, or about opening a discussion. This is about feeling morally superior to other people because they don’t like the things that others ship. 

And that’s what I hate about tone policing. The inherently arrogant assumption that they’re speaking from a place of authority and can pass judgement on others. 

And as for the TW specific stuff and the pro-Scott anti-everyone-who-isn’t-Scott stuff…

Again, that’s just arrogance. I’ve spoken before about how I think Scott’s character was progressively ruined by the writers, and how I have massive issues with his characterisation. And I think it’s fine to talk about those things. The difference is, I’m not telling any pro-Scott fans that they’re doing it wrong. 

anonymous asked:

I'm so tried of the shows writing. I get having to get rid of a character because the actors/actresses have other shit going on, I don't like it, but I get it, but WHY can't they make it make sense? Why would they have her say "I have to die". What the hell!!? In no way is that true. Ugh

Unless Sonequa wanted to leave, I don’t understand. And I don’t wanna hear any comic bullshit. This is the TV show.

I just want her character to live. I hate that she’s being written as though she’s expendable and not as important as anyone else???

So I wake up to like 20+ messages about the Chris post LOL 😂😂 I’m glad you guys liked it! I don’t mind people hating a fictional character but attacking actors that have done nothing wrong… anyway Chris Wood is such a kind and beautiful person idk what that blog was thinking coming after my son 😅😅

anonymous asked:

Oh god new ending+new character? I'm getting P4G flashbacks

Yeah, some great precedents here (EDIT: ALSO Record Breaker). Apparently Radiant Historia also got a new female character? Is this the most obviously otaku-baiting trend for Atlus remakes or rereleases?

But remember how SJ’s NPCs were all named after actors or characters from sci-fi (or just generally Hollywood) movies? Her name is Alex, so I can only imagine she was named after this famous megalomaniacal villain:

anonymous asked:

glee is all about the white male savior complex + pushing aside women for the male narrative. so basically it's a ouat musical. you'll love (to hate) it

i’ll hate the show as a work of fiction but love the characters and actors as i always do


In light of the recent horrifying Cap twist, I have seen far too many “stop saying they made him a nazi, HYDRA aren’t nazis!!!11!1″ so I thought I would bring back this scene to remind everyone that yes they are

making it clear:

i do not support or defend the racist or sexist ideas and actions of the founding fathers. in fact, i do not support or defend most of the things that the founding fathers did and believed. period. when i say i love them, i am talking about the way the characters are portrayed in hamilton the musical. i love the way the characters are portrayed. i love the actors who portray the characters. i do not, at all, believe that the founding fathers were good people with good morals. and i would never, ever, ever defend someone who owned other human beings and thought it was okay. i love the characters and the way they are portrayed, not the actual people. 

I'm about to take the "Bi"out of BioWare since that's what they keep doing to their characters.

Part 1 of The Legend of Korra dream cast I want but won’t get, that I spent three days straight working on.

Part 2 HERE.


Q: hey what is the gif of sebastian stan crying from?                                                          A: you’re gonna have to narrow it down a bit  

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