To everyone saying that the finale was rigged and unfair
It’s RuPaul’s Drag Race. Ru runs the whole damned show. It is absolutely her prerogative to flip the whole thing on its head. Sorry your fave didn’t win. The lipsyncs this season were shit. How do you tell future queens to tighten their lipsyncs and not give up like a beached whale on stage? Make the finale all dependent on lipsyncing. Honestly, power to Ru. Fuck em up, queen.
what she means:
why hasn't teen beach movie been adapted into a stage musical yet? if not even for broadway, just for youth theater? it has all the antique 50's/60's charm of grease and hairspray and the modernism of high school musical. the plot and the themes are progressive and challenge young girls to be the best them that they can be. the character development is incredible, and would give young actors a chance to explore their own character development skills while still having fun. the songs are fun and catchy, the choreography is incredible (there's opportunity for even more in a stage musical), and the costume design would be so fun- 50's beach AND biker attire? with modern surfer thrown in???? imagine the possibilities for hair and makeup. not to mention you can add coolest cats in town as a "performance" song in the first scene at big mama's. speaking of big mama's, there is incredible opportunity for not only really good set design, but also room to be creative and explore with set movement, when transitioning from the future to the past, and even from the beach to big mama's. there's a role for everyone- strong female lead, endearing ingenue, stereotypical "dream boat" guy, dorky male lead, zany villains, tough guy bikers, cutesy surfers, there is literally something for every type of young actor. any young theater student, cast or crew, would benefit from putting on a stage production of teen beach movie and i have no idea why it isn't a stage production yet.
If you like upholstery cleaning videos with those wet extraction vacuums (or just cleaning/washing videos in general), here’s a whole 12-minute long video of someone cleaning a couch with one, with relaxing tropical music in the background!
I can’t believe that with everything I’ve read about Wonder Woman, that no one has pointed out that the scene where Steve is pulled onto the beach is staged and filmed exactly like the scene in The Little Mermaid where Ariel rescues Eric.