I’m here, Charles, to tell you that I’m going to kill your daughter. Penelope, is it? And once she’s gone… once she's dead… then you’ll understand how I feel. And you’ll wish you hadn’t changed the rules.

imagine the 99th precinct meeting the parks and rec dept. tho

ben trying to break the ice with holt with one of his accounting puns and holt saying ‘that’s hilarious’ completely deadpan

jake and tom driving everyone freakin insane (while gina’s crying out in the background ‘jake no you’re in debt DON’T TREAT YO SELF!’)

leslie and amy pulling out perfect new binders at the exact same time and squealing in excitement

scully and hitchcock finally having a complete office massage chain with the addition of terry/jerry

ray and ron nodding at each other, sentences short and to the point, and immediately becoming immensely fond of each other (ron telling him not to get emotional when ray tells him that with his usual straight face)

terry and chris recommending each other fat-free organic yogurt and exercise routines

april working hard not to smile like a maniac as rosa tells her about her goriest cases

jake and boyle joining in the fun office roleplay with andy and april (and playing like 50 characters each cos they can’t decide who to be)

terry and anne clucking like proud mother hens off at the side (and occasionally leaping in to stop andy/jake/leslie from stupidly killing themselves)

gina immediately bonding with april and persuading her to take selfies with her while they discuss politics (i.e. the presidential election and why it really should be decided with a hunger games)

andy getting really attached to boyle and seeing him as some kind of food god

andy and april placing bets on whether or not jake and amy will get together (and april pretending she really doesn’t care)

sorry for the long post i just have a lot of feelings about this crossover someone write it please??????


Women directed August US releases

August 7
The Diary of a Teenage Girl  (Marielle Heller) - LIMITED
The Falling (Carol Morley) - LIMITED

August 14
Fort Tilden (Sarah Violet-Bliss & Charles Rogers) - LIMITED +VOD
Ten Thousand Saints (Shari Springer Berman & Robert Pulcini) - LIMITED

August 18
6 Years (Hannah Fidell) - LIMITED + VOD
Learning to Drive (Isabel Coixet) - LIMITED

August 25
The Second Mother (Anna Muylaert) - LIMITED

August 28
Zipper (Mora Stephens) - LIMITED + VOD

Turn Cast and How They Solve Problems:
  • Mary Woodhull: Burn/ Shoot them
  • Abraham Woodhull: Murder them
  • Anna Strong: Manipulates/ Redirects them
  • Hewlett: Peaceable solution/ then resorts to murder
  • Simcoe: shooting/ Razing/ Scalping/ Bayoneting and poisoning them...ect
  • Richard Woodhull: Manipulates/Frames/Prosecutes them
  • Ben Tallmadge: Fights them
  • Samuel Tallmadge: Prays them away
  • Caleb Brewster: Fights/ Blows them up/ hatchets them
  • Rivington: GOSSIPS them away/ prints them in the local paper
  • Robert Townsend: Buys advertisement to cleverly conceal them from some but annouce them to others
  • Benedict Arnold: Inflates his ego till its BIGGER than HIS PROBLEMS
  • John Andre: Flirts his way out/ sends others to "covertly" deal with them
  • William Bradford: Has Lee help solve them/ harasses them
  • Charles Lee: Goes to the enemy to have them fixed
  • General Scott: Rolls his eyes/threatens court martial
  • Robert Rogers: Violence is the best way to solve them
  • Philomena Cheer: Pretends she doesn't have problems
  • Peggy Shippen: Flirts/ Charms her way out
  • General Washington: Fights them with gusto and prayer
  • Robeson: Resorts to illegal activity to solve them