With the whole discourse whether Gillian and David are or were in a relationship lately and reading that it is embarressing that some fans took Gillian's "game" too seriously, I've been pondering about this for a while now and the only question I have is: What was Gillian expecting we would think about her calling David Schmoopie? I mean, one google search and you know what Schmoopie stands for. So, why would she put that out there like that? Knowing very well how crazy this fandom is...
This question wakes me up at night. I have no answer… I’m not even sure she has one.
Okay, I haven’t looked around, but I don’t think anyone has mentioned this, I haven’t seen it at the very least. But look at this wonderful, loving woman. Look at her with her fly af fasion.
Okay. Yes. She’s awesome, and her hair is hidden under her hat. I was talking with a friend about how much I love this woman’s fashion, and I googled her and then, this next picture came up to the left of the picture above.
And just like. Yep. She’s literally Yuri’s Mom. That’s perfect and A+. Okay, I’m done, peace.
Herman goes to his high school and begins a shooting rampage, killing 39 students, two teachers and a police officer. Just before he surrenders, Herman sends video of his rampage to his talk-show idol, asking to be on the program.
2. April Showers
A survivor of a high-school shooting tries to come to terms with the horrors he witnessed, along with the loss of his best friend.
A variety of adolescents at a suburban high school drift through a seemingly uneventful day, until two students arrive with violent intentions. Alex and Eric have developed elaborate plans to enter their school and gun down as many of their peers as possible.
4. Bang Bang You’re Dead
At Rivervale High School, Trevor Adams is a bullied outcast trying to fit back in after a false bomb threat he made a few months ago. Trevor is chosen to star in a play called Bang Bang You’re Dead as the main character, Josh. After parents and the community hear of the play and its lead actor, they call for it to be cancelled.
5. White Rabbit
A bullied high school student starts having visions of a rabbit that he killed when he was a kid, soon putting him in a state where his imagination threatens to cause him to carry out violent acts.
6. Zero Day
Andre and Cal are a pair of military-loving misfits from small-town America. They harbor a hatred of their high school so caustic that they come up with a plan of attack called “Zero Day.” As the days count down, they record their preparations in video diaries, hoping to achieve fame after their demise. When Zero Day arrives, Andre and Cal drive to school with a trunk of munitions and take aim. The film is based on the Columbine High School massacre.
7. The Life Before Her Eyes
As the 15th anniversary of a fatal high school shooting approaches, former pupil Diana is haunted by memories of the tragedy. After losing her best friend Maureen in the attack, Diana has been profoundly affected by the incident - her seemingly perfect life shaped by the events of that day.
8. Beautiful Boy
Stuck in an unhappy but comfortable marriage, businessman Bill and his wife, Kate , are shocked when they learn that their son, Sammy has gone on a deadly shooting spree on his college campus before committing suicide. Struggling to avoid the media, the couple flees to the house of Kate’s brother, Eric. While the two try to remember what they might have done to drive Sammy to his desperate act, their mutual resentment builds.
I’ve never seen any of these but does jo even cut her hair off in any of them? has anyone even read the book?
katharine hepburn (1933)
sorry katharine, butthere’s just nothing redeeming here. I guess she’s leaning against the mantel? that’s a little butch.
1980 anime christmas special
pretty bad. the mom wears some kind of waistcoat thing in this so I don’t know why they put jo in this weird ruffled dress with that ugly brooch
susan day (1978)
wrong hair color, but they still got her mostly right. the plaid on plaid makes up for the bow. (she marries william shatner in this movie)
june allyson (1949)
this is a butch outfit. the colors are really masculine and I like the collar and that weird square pattern. they could have taken it a lot further, but a really good effort. also the first google image result was from afterellen, so I’m giving her points for that. I would probably marry this woman.
What is it with hideously grotesque puppets?! The concept of a floppy, articulated humanoid dancing around on some strings or worn like a glove is kinda unsettling to begin with… why the hell would you also make them utterly revolting to look at?