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Listen, Alycia is gonna have to realize that Lexa is going to be brought up in every interview when given the chance. Lexa is so amazing. She is such an iconic and legendary character; that no matter what ADC goes on to accomplish in her career, or how many accolades she receives, she will never escape ©lexa. She was and is so important and Lexa will be remembered and never truly die because SHE WAS THAT GOOD.

  • Miss Flemming:What is so dangerous about a character like Heather Chandler is she gives good kids bad ideas. The last thing I need at this point in my career is 1,500 Heather Chandler disciples running around these halls. She jeopardizes my ability to effectively govern this student body.
  • Principal Gowan:Well, she makes you look like an ass, is what she does, Pauline.
  • Miss Flemming:Thank you, Ted. I think you're wrong.
  • Principal Gowan:Well, she's very popular, Pauline. The sportos, the motorheads, geeks, sluts, bloods, wasteoids, dweebies, dickheads — They all adore her. They think she's a righteous chick.
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Hall’s Crossing by Dan Gildor

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Part of the reason for the hurry through Natural Bridges National Monument was that the ferry across the Colorado River and Lake Powell ran only on even hours that time of the year. So, if I wanted to catch the noon ferry, I had to book it, going 80 mph for most of the way along UT 296.

It didn’t help any that I had to pee.

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As Ferris and Sloane kiss in front of a stained-glass window, Cameron concentrates on George Seurat’s painting “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte”. Explaining the pointillist style — and moviemanking, teenage angst and adult insecurity — Hughes says, “I always thought this painting was sort of like making a movie, the pointillist style,” he says. “You don’t have any idea what you’ve made until you step back from it. … The closer he looks at the child, the less he sees. But the more he looks at, there’s nothing there. I think he fears that the more you look at him the less you see. There isn’t anything there. That’s him”. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) dir. John Hughes