So, my best friend and I saw this drawing the other day and wondered what the conversation that followed might have been like. We decided it would go something like this:

Erik: Hey! What are you doing here?! This is my big cape-swishing scene! Go get your own rooftop!

Javert: Me?! What are YOU doing here?! I’m in the middle of my biggest musical number in the entire film! Besides, I was here first!

Erik: Were not! My movie came out first!

Javert: Yeah, but my story takes place earlier than yours, AND it’s been around longer.

Erik: You don’t even GET a rooftop scene in most versions. That was just a thing for the film! I’m ALWAYS on the rooftop—go read Leroux!

Javert: *shrugs* Sorry, mate, but I existed before you did, so I get dibs.

Erik: Great! Not only do I have to watch Christine and the vicomte have a make-out session—now I have to share my rooftop with some nutjob policeman!

Javert: Well, at least you don’t DIE in the musical! I can’t catch a break!

Erik: Yeah, but I spend YEARS taking care of this girl, and then she just runs off with some other guy like I don’t even exist. *sigh*

Javert: Well, I spend practically my ENTIRE CAREER tracking down a guy who stole a loaf of bread—and then when I finally have the chance to catch him, I don’t even turn him in! What a waste! *sigh* I have no life.

Erik: Yeah, me either…


Erik: So…you wanna go get a cup of coffee?

Javert: Eh…I’ve got a few minutes before the next scene…. Why not?

Erik: But just to be clear, you’re not gonna arrest me after this, right?

Javert: Nah. I got a bread thief to catch. Besides, I don’t wanna overthink this. I have enough moral crises going on as it is.

Vine Boy's Snapchats

I don’t know them all, but these are a few active snapchats

Nash’s- Nashgrier
Carter’s- itsmrcarter
Cam’s- Camerondallas
Jake’s- Jakefoushee
Ethan’s- Ethandolan8 
Grayson’s- graysonbdolan
Taylor’s- taylorcaniff
Gabriel’s- gabrielconte
Brennan Tracy’s- brennan222
Jack Dail’s- jaackdail
Jake Webber’s- jakewebber9 
Kenny Holland’s- kennyholland
Matt’s- notmattespinosa
Jack J.’s- JackJackJohnson
Jack G.’s- JackGilinsky


TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 2000, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats closes after nearly 18 years and 7,485 performances. The final performance, held at 6 PM, was for an invitation-only audience. It will keep its position as the longest-running show in Broadway history for just six years, before being overtaken by another Lloyd Webber show, The Phantom of the Opera.

For more on the final performance of Cats, read’s original report on the occasion.

For more on Cats' historic 7,485 performance run, including a look inside an original Playbill from October 1982, visit