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I think sometimes people forget how vital comedy can be. It isn’t just good for a laugh, it can cure sadness, anxiety, depression, and in my case, save lives. Like over the summer, I was so violently depressed that I went for days without getting out of bed but then I started watching The Office. This sounds silly, but it gave me a reason to get up in the morning. It gave me motivation to get out of bed and go to my jobs. Beyond that, it taught me a lot about relationships and what healthy relationships were vs unhealthy, all while making me laugh. It literally lifted me out of one of the worst times of my life emotionally, and by the end of watching it, I didn’t feel so hopeless anymore. This has happened to me multiple times with different comedians, TV shows, and movies. Comedy has saved me time and time again just when I start feeling bleak about the world. Comedy is so, so important. It’s beautiful.

  • Darcy: Thank you for agreeing to see me, Elizabeth.
  • Lizzie: I didn't. You just walked in and started talking-
  • Darcy: I don't have time for a history lesson.
need new blogs to follow

since I’m starting to distance myself from supergirl now (it’s not all that fun for me anymore, honestly. I’ll still be in the fandom but I need it to not be the only thing on my dash)

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person of interest
brooklyn nine-nine
wynonna earp
legends of tomorrow
buffy the vampire slayer
a series of unfortunate events
one day at a time
the shannara chronicles
parks and recreation
jessica jones