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Check Please/Back to the Future AU

Okay, so when Bitty wears his puffy vest, it has always reminded me of… well, you’ve guessed it, Marty McFly from Back to the Future.

This Back to the Future AU needs to happen.

So, this is how it’s going to go down.

Bitty needs a final science credit to qualify for graduation, but the only class he can get into last minute (and doesn’t require a prerequisite course he doesn’t have) is Theory of Physics for Non-Majors that’s taught by an eccentric professor who may or may not sound like Rasputin from that one animated Anastasia movie that Bitty secretly loves. (He has a crush on Dimitri, okay? But who doesn’t???)

So, Bitty and this Physics prof get on surprisingly well and the Professor says that he’s been looking for a lab assistant this semester. Bitty, after checking that it doesn’t interfere with his hockey schedule, takes the job because he could use the money. (Going to see Jack in Providence so often is starting to add up quickly.)

Bitty’s job is mostly filing papers, picking things up around the lap, and helping the Professor with various experiments and projects he’s building. Most of the time, Bitty has no idea what’s going on when the Professor starts talking Physics. Bitty nods along and holds stuff like ends of wires and stuff like that. It it seems to make the Professor happy.

One evening, Bitty gets called into the university labs. When he gets there, the Professor announces that he’s invented a time machine! (Said time machine is also powered by some illegal plutonium, but uhhhh, if Samwell admin asks, that’s not true.)

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anonymous asked:

Imagine Steve adopting twins after a few visits to an orphanage, but not telling anyone - he just decides to surprise everyone with the the news, even setting up a room for them and everything else, but maneges to keep it a secret somehow!

Giving a quick rap at the door, she wasn’t surprised when no one answered. It was too quiet. After a quick glance around, she opened the door.

She braced herself for what she would find. Hoping Steve had found himself a hobby, she anticipated a sad apartment dedicated to a life lived decades ago. The rift in the Avengers still hadn’t fully healed. Then one day, Steve found himself someplace to call home and promptly dropped off the radar.

Closing the door behind her back, she thought this is the wrong home. There were big legos on the living room floor. Not the tiny kind, but colorful fist sized building blocks scattered on the carpet. A half formed tower sat at their epicenter. From the door, she could see two kitchen chairs with booster seats and more than a few cheerios crushed underneath.

Turning in place, she took in the room, nothing of Captain America or Steve Rogers was in here. The wall was lined with framed photos of happy kids on swings, running in the park, or at the zoo. Curious George, and Scooby Doo dominated the pile of DVD’s. A bent copy of Tiny Titans was left under a lamp next to a worn stuffed dog. By the front door one pair of big blue Nike sneakers lie under a half dozen tiny shoes.

Stepping back out into the hall, she froze when she saw a family on the stairs. It took a second for her to recognize Steve with his dark beard, and a sleeping toddler draped over his shoulder. Another toddler holding Steve’s hand looked up at her with wide brown eyes. Steve released his hand and ruffled his curly hair.

Natasha realized it wasn’t the beard that made Steve look different. When he smiled at her his whole face lit up. She had never seen him smile like that.

“I was going to surprise everyone.” Steve says moving closer to the door.

The boy on the ground hides behind Steve’s legs. Tugging on Steve’s jeans, he whispers loudly “That’s an Avenger, Daddy.”

Steve smiles “She sure is, big guy. She sure is.”

  • How to Train your Dragon 2: Oh I want to see how awesome Hiccup and Toothless are in the sequel.
  • After watching: WHY THE FUCK YOU RUINED ME
  • The Lego Movie: A movie about Legos seriously? Let's see how good it is.
  • The Book of Life: Wow I wanna know more about the Mexican culture~
  • Big Hero 6: Oh man, first Disney/Marvel animated movie! I hope it's awesome!
‘Lego Batman’ Invades The CW, CBS, and… Ellen?

It’s a slippery slope. First, it was The Lego Movie. Then, it was The Lego Batman Movie. That meant, naturally, that the DC superheroes over on The CW would get Lego-ized — this week’s episodes all feature a spot with Batman and the CW heroes.

Related: ‘Lego Batman’ Star Will Arnett Talks Ben Affleck’s ‘Batman’

And now Lego madness has broken everywhere. The traditional billboards that decorate the walls of Warner Bros. studios in Burbank, Calif. have been replaced by their Lego counterparts. That includes the CBS lineup of Mom, 2 Broke Girls, and The Big Bang Theory; ABC’s The MiddleThe Ellen DeGeneres Show; and, of course, Fox’s Gotham. Who do you think will get the plastic brick treatment next?

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‘2 Broke Girls’

One thing you could never accuse 2 Broke Girls of: having understated cleavage — until now. They’d better take down this billboard fast! These women have a reputation to uphold! (Credit: Warner Bros.)

Source: Yahoo TV

‘Arrow’ and ‘The Flash’

We’re so close to a Lego Justice League, so close… (Credit: Warner Bros.)

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‘The Big Bang Theory’

That must be Thai food because they’re all eating it with a fork. Even the Lego version of Sheldon could tell you why. (Credit: Warner Bros.)

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‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’

Batman/Ellen dance party? As divided as we are as a nation, literally everybody could get behind that at least, right? (Credit: Warner Bros.)

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A sad victim of poor timing, the only thing missing here is a Lego Jerome and his mad cackle. (Credit: Warner Bros.)

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‘The Middle’

The youngest Heck is Brick. Even though that wasn’t what his parents had in mind when they named him, he was basically born to be turned into a Lego. (Credit: Warner Bros.)

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Sure, Allison Janney’s got seven Emmy Awards — plenty of people have seven Emmy Awards. Now this, this is a real honor. (Credit: Warner Bros.)

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Has anyone pitched Lego Batman vs. Lego Supergirl: Dawn of Justice yet? Dibs! (Credit: Warner Bros.)

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“I still don’t see why I couldn’t drive.”

“Well, for one, you refuse to put your helmet on and the sand is going to blind you. For two, It’s MY POD.”

“I hate sand.”

“Don’t start.”