I know that Mary’s covering up her involvement with the British Men of Letters in this specific scene, but it does feel like her approach to hunting is different to John’s, and by extension Sam and Dean’s. She sets out to build networks and alliances with other hunters (which feels like it’s a more common approach?), whereas John burned bridges with Ellen and Bobby, two of the few other hunters he interacted with, and seems to have raised his sons with the expectation that they would hunt mostly by themselves. 


What Should You Be Watching? - Fall 2017 TV Premieres

Tuesday, September 12

12:01a The Mindy Project - Hulu

Wednesday, September 13

10:30p Broad City - Comedy Central

Thursday, September 14

10p Better Things Season - FX

Sunday, September 17

10:30p Vice Principals - HBO

Monday, September 18

8p Dancing with the Stars - ABC

Tuesday, September 19

10p Being Mary Jane - BET

Wednesday, September 20

10:01p The Good Place - NBC

Thursday, September 21

8p Gotham - Fox

Friday, September 22

12:01a Fuller House - Netflix

12:01a Transparent - Amazon

Saturday, September 23

7a Ducktales - Disney XD

Sunday, September 24

8:30p Star Trek: Discovery - CBS

Monday, September 25

8p The Big Bang Theory - CBS

8p The Voice - NBC

8:30p Young Sheldon - CBS

9p Kevin Can Wait - CBS

9:30p Me, Myself, & I - CBS

10p The Brave - NBC

10p The Good Doctor- ABC

Tuesday, September 26

9p The Mick - Fox

9p This Is Us - NBC

9:30p Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Fox

10p Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders - CBS

Wednesday, September 27

8p Empire - Fox

8p The Goldbergs - ABC

8p Survivor - CBS

8p The Blacklist - NBC

8:30p Speechless - ABC

9p Law & Order: SVU - NBC

9p Modern Family - ABC

9p Seal Team - CBS

9p Star - Fox

Thursday, September 28

8p Grey’s Anatomy - ABC

8p Superstore - NBC

8:30p The Good Place - NBC

9p Will & Grace - NBC

9:30p Great News- NBC

10p How To Get Away With Murder - ABC

Friday, September 29

8p Hell’s Kitchen - Fox

8p Marvel’s Inhumans- ABC

9p Z Nation - Syfy

Saturday, September 30

11:29p Saturday Night Live - NBC

Sunday, October 1

7:30p Bob’s Burgers - Fox

8p Shark Tank - ABC

8p The Simpsons - Fox

8:30p Ghosted - Fox

9:30p The Last Man on Earth - Fox

10p Curb Your Enthusiasm - HBO

10p Ten Days in the Valley- ABC

Monday, October 2

9p The Gifted - Fox

Tuesday, October 3

8p The Middle - ABC

8:30p Fresh Off the Boat - ABC

9p black-ish - ABC

9:30p The Mayor - ABC

Thursday, October 5

9p Scandal - ABC

Friday, October 6

8p Once Upon a Time - ABC

Sunday, October 8

10p Madam Secretary - CBS

Monday, October 9

8p Supergirl - The CW

Tuesday, October 10

8p The Flash - The CW

9p DC’s Legends of Tomorrow - The CW

Wednesday, October 11

8p Riverdale The CW

9p Dynasty - The CW

Thursday, October 12

8p Supernatural - The CW

9p Arrow - The CW

Friday, October 13

12:01a Mindhunter - Netflix

8p Crazy Ex-Girlfriend - The CW

9p Jane the Virgin - The CW

Monday, October 16

10p Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party - VH1

Sunday, October 22

9p The Walking Dead - AMC

Tuesday, October 24

10:30p At Home with Amy Sedaris - truTV

Friday, October 27

12:01a Stranger Things - Netflix

8p Blindspot - NBC

Thursday, November 2

9p Mom - CBS

10p S.W.A.T. - CBS

Sunday, November 5

9p The Girlfriend Experience - Starz

9p Shameless - Showtime

Tuesday, November 14

12:01a Future Man - Hulu

Sunday, November 19

10p Search Party - TBS

Tuesday, November 21

12:01a Marvel’s Runaways - Hulu

Friday, December 8

12:01a The Crown - Netflix

Monday, December 25

9p Doctor Who Christmas Special - BBC America

Free OC ideas:
  • A neon green fox girl with 12 tails, all samsung 40″ display colored with pink teeth
  • Some guy who sharts a lot, but just laughs it off
  • master chief but slightly darker green
  • A leopard with homestuck horns
The Penumbra Timeline

(As of May 2017, post Lesson Learned)

All time is marked BS1 (Before the start of Season 1) or AS1 (After the start of Season 1) unless marked otherwise

  • 38 Years BS1: Juno Steel is born. He comes out a sad little baby. (official tumblr)
  • 36 Years BS1: Peter Nureyev is born. (official tumblr)
  • 34 Years BS1: Juno (4 years old) and his family moves to Oldtown from Halcyon after his mother “got bad” (Kitty-Cat Caper)
  • 29 Years BS1: Ramses O’Flaherty takes his new identity (Lesson Learned)
  • 25 Years BS1: Juno (13 years old), Sasha Wire and Mick Mercury (14 years old) lure Annie Wire into the Old Town munitions factory, presumably resulting in her death. (Day That Wouldn’t Die)
  • “20 Years Ago, At Least”: Peter Nureyev (14-16 years old) kills Mag. (Angel of Brahma)
  • 20 Years BS1: Christopher Morales (the original owner of one of Peter’s aliases) boards a rocket off Mars. He never buys a ticket back (Prince of Mars)
  • 19 Years BS1: Juno Steel (18-19 years old) is in the police academy. The Proctor is jailed in Fortezza (Lesson Learned)
  • (somewhere in here) Juno wins the HCPD’s Sharpshooting contest three years in a row. (Kitty-Cat Caper)
  • 15 Years BS1: Juno (23) last speaks to Sasha Wire until their reunion in Season 1. It’s likely not amicable. (Murderous Mask)
  • 15 Years BS1: Ingrid Lake is arrested for murder to get the money for Valles Vicky’s Vixen Valley (Midnight Fox)
  • Between 12-15 years BS1: Immediately after a bad falling-out, Juno spends several months in Valles Vicky’s Vixen Valley until he runs out of money and is forced to meet Vicky herself. (Possibly unrelated) Juno asks Valles Vicky for a favor. He’ll spend the next ten years paying it off. (Midnight Fox)
  • 14 Years BS1: Juno meets Rita (Kitty-Cat Caper)
  • “A Decade And Change” Ago: Juno starts working as a Private Eye (Prince of Mars)
  • 10 Years BS1: Juno (28) assists Julian (30 years old) (then a barista) while he’s on house arrest (Prince of Mars)
  • 6 Years BS1: Juno (32) saves Cecil Kanagawa (24) from the Triad, resulting in his “adoption” into the family as a “brother”. (Murderous Mask version 1) (Note: unsure if this is still canon)
  • 3 Years BS1: The Tomb containing Grim’s Mask is unearthed. (Murderous Mask version 1) (Note: unsure if this is still canon) 
  • 2 Years BS1: Valles Vicky’s son is born; it’s the last time she’s seen Juno before Season One. (Midnight Fox)
  • Season 1 begins
  • 6 months AS1: The Week of OH GOD WHY, ending with Juno and Peter being captured by Miasma
  • 1 year AS1: Juno sets out on the Kitty-Cat Caper

i can’t believe my favorite show is over. it was such a beautiful and fitting ending and im crying tears of happinesss and sadness. cam and arastoo are adopting, hodgins and angela are writing a children’s book, hodgins is King of the Lab (this was so cute im sobbing), zack (omg that christmas photo of him and hodgins made me squeal, it’s one of my favorites), vincent nigel murray, and sweets (he knew (right from the beginning)) were all mentioned, so many memories were mentioned, and we ended the show with brennan and booth, the two people who began the whole thing. the most beautiful thing was the meaning of 4:47 finally being revealed at the end. it’s not the end to anything, it’s the beginning. there may not be anymore new episodes, but bones is not over, it will always be alive with us.

so to all my fellow bones fans, 4:47

anonymous asked:

Mark dancer for red and 1989 did a little interview and talked a little about Taylor. Note most of the interview is sad when he talks about unemployment after 1989 ended 😔 honolulumagazine(.)com/Honolulu-Magazine/June-2017/QA-Mark-Villaver-World-Touring-Dancer/

Q+A: Mark Villaver, World-Touring Dancer


You may recognize 26-year-old Mark Villaver, the Kalihi B-boy turned professional dancer, from the 2014 viral video of him and his deaf mother, Emilia Villaver Daquiog, dancing together. Since then, he’s performed with Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande and toured with Taylor Swift during her 1989 World Tour in 2015. Although 2016 was a year of development for the dancer, he’s back in the spotlight and auditioning for season 14 of So You Think You Can Dance.

We spoke to Villaver about going pro, his local roots and working with Taylor Swift. […]

HONOLULU: What happened last year?

Villaver: From 2012 to 2015 I was doing really well, careerwise. I was dancing for artists. I was going on world tours with Taylor Swift. After that, I came off of tour, got my own apartment. [I was] living alone and you know, no job. I’m unemployed. [I sustained] an injury. It was my first time living alone by myself. So that made me feel even lonelier. I started losing myself up in my head. I wasn’t working. […]

HONOLULU: On a lighter note, is there anything you can tell us about working with Taylor Swift?

Villaver: Taylor, the Swifts, we’re all family, we’re all cool. There’s never a bad thing because it’s very chill. I can be chill with them and they love that about me. I can just be the Hawaiian like, “Oh hey, what’s up!” That’s why I’m blessed to be from Hawai‘i, how you raised yeah? So much respect.



For the cold-hearted general and the hot-tempered warrior. A mix for Jake and Rachel Berenson. Fanart used with permission, by froth at this link 

“the words ‘We have to win’ are the first four steps on the road to hell.” But if you must walk this road I’ll walk it with you, and we will sign our names together on the dotted line, sell our souls to this war, stand by each other when the world condemns us for it.

On 8tracks

1. Monsters Calling Home by Run River North/ 2. Alone Together by Fall Out Boy / 3. Glory and Gore by Lorde/ 4. We Must be Killers by Mikky Ekko / 5. The Fear by Ben Howard /6. Jesus Christ by Brand New/ 7. Nothing Left to Say by Imagine Dragons/ 8. Golden by Fall Out Boy /9. Unsteady by X Ambassadors / 10. Wash. by Bon Iver / 11. Warrior by Foxes / 12. Palace by the Antlers / 13. Too Much is Never Enough by Florence & the Machine / 14. I of the Storm by Of Monsters and Men / 15. The Wolves by Bon Iver / +1 bonus song

some notes about tracklisting below the cut

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'Bones' Creator Hart Hanson Pens Emotional Farewell to Beloved Fox Drama

Fox’s longest-running scripted drama begins its final season Tuesday.

On Dec. 9, Bones shot its last scenes because it had come to the end of its record-setting run. (It’s the longest-running scripted hour in Fox history!)

For 12 seasons, Stage 6 on the Fox lot was home to the Jeffersonian Institute Forensics Laboratory in Washington, D.C., and series-finale director David Boreanaz was tasked with filming the last sequence involving the main characters who had inhabited that fictional but oh-so-real setting for more than a decade. Mostly around an area on the set we call “the platform.”

The characters whom FBI agent Seeley Booth dubbed “Squints” in the pilot (because they are scientists who look at things and “squint”) were there: pathologist Camille Saroyan, bug and slime expert Jack Hodgins, forensic artist Angela Montenegro and the intellectual-center-around-whom-they-all-revolved, forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan.

Without spoiling the series finale, let’s say there was a certain elegiac quality to it.

As there was with the director and cast — Boreanaz, Tamara Taylor, T.J. Thyne, Michaela Conlin and Emily Deschanel — because everybody knew it was the last time this core cast would work together.

Not bad for a little comedic procedural that mostly flew beneath the radar. Never a critical darling, never a smash success, never beloved by the Fox network, Bones was the Little Engine That Could. Moved around the schedule like a sacrificial pawn, Bones nevertheless survived longer than anyone could have imagined.

Director Boreanaz called “cut” a little early so that cast and crew could gather for a photo on the platform. Which is when the most wonderful thing happened: spontaneous speeches! It was surprisingly emotional. I enjoyed standing with the cast and crew on the platform watching speeches from cast and crew unfold because I started this carnival/parade/movable feast by writing the Bones pilot in my backyard shed in 2004.

Of course, 20th Century Fox Television could lay claim to starting the Bones ball rolling because they hired me to write. So might producer Barry Josephson, who had first seen potential in the life and times of real-life forensic anthropologist and novelist Kathy Reichs who, come to think of it, was there before any of us. On the other hand, it was director Greg Yaitanes who first saw how to take typing-on-a-paper and turn it into a living TV series. Of course it’s the cast who turned concepts into believable characters. Not to mention a network who bought the series.

So, all in all, pretty silly for me to claim credit for starting Bones.

These were the thoughts going through my head as cast and crew spoke on that last day, after that last amazing group photograph was captured.

What the hell could I say, facing those people?

Not much, it turns out, because suddenly looking at cast and crew smiling down at me from the platform, I saw faces of people who had given blood, sweat, tears, heart and soul to Bones for season after season. For years! I saw the children who were born. Couples who married. All the shadows of cast and crew past. Not to mention the ghosts of a few of our own who had died while Bones was in production.

It’s a miracle that forensic platform didn’t collapse under the weight of that whole damned village! But, of course, it didn’t collapse. Like everything else attached to Bones, that platform (essentially our main stage, the center of the series) was constructed by professionals who took pride in their jobs.

Thanks, everyone. Thank you so much.

You did a wonderful job.

We’re all going to miss us all.

The final season of Bones airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Fox.
Comic-Con 2017: The Complete TV Lineup
Find when your favorite TV shows — and their stars — will appear at the annual pop culture convention, set for July 20-23 in San Diego. Bookmark this page for the latest updates.

Teen Titans Go (Cartoon Network) 10-11 a.m., Room 6A.
Unkitty (Cartoon Network) 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Room 6A.
Justice League Action (Cartoon Network) 12:30-1:30 p.m., Room 6A.
Colony (USA Network) 2-3 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
The Strain (FX) 3:45-4:45 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Ghosted (Fox) 4:45-5:45 p.m., Room 6BCF.
Legion (FX) 5-6 p.m., Ballroom 20.
The Exorcist (Fox) 6-7 p.m., Room 6BCF.
12 Monkeys (Syfy) 7:15-8:15 p.m., Room 6BCF.
Rocko’s Modern Life (Nickelodeon) Time, location TBD.

The Big Bang Theory (CBS) 10-11 a.m., Hall H.
Psych (USA Network) 10-11 a.m., Ballroom 20.
Young Justice (WB Digital) 10-11 a.m., Room 6BCF.
iZombie (CW) 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Fear the Walking Dead (AMC) 11:15-12:15 p.m., Hall H
The Walking Dead (AMC) 12:15-1:15 p.m., Hall H.
The 100 (CW) 12:30-1:30 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Game of Thrones (HBO) 1:30-2:30 p.m., Hall H.
Mike Tyson Mysteries (Adult Swim) 3:15-4 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
The Gifted (Fox) 3:45-5:45 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Bob’s Burgers (Fox) 4:15-5 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
Outlander (Starz) 5-6 p.m, Ballroom 20.
Archer (FX) 5:45 p.m., location TBD.
People of Earth (TBS) 6-7 p.m., Room 6A.
Hey Arnold (Nickelodeon) Time, location TBD.
Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Nickelodeon) Time, location TBD.

Riverdale (CW) 11-11:45 p.m., Ballroom 20.
The Simpsons (Fox) Noon-12:45 p.m., Ballroom 20.
The Originals (CW) Noon-1 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
Krypton (Syfy) 1:15-1:45 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
Family Guy and American Dad (Fox/TBS) 1-2:15 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Lucifer (Fox) 1:50-2:50 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
Star Trek Discovery (CBS All Access) 2:30-3:15 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Gotham (Fox) 2:50-3:50 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
Supergirl (CW) 3:30-4:10 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Magicians (Syfy) 4-4:50 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
Legends of Tomorrow (CW) 4:10-4:50 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Westworld (HBO) 4:15-5:15 p.m., Hall H.
The Orville (Fox) 4:15-5:15 p.m., Room 6A.
Black Lightning (CW) 4:50-5:10, Ballroom 20.
The Expanse (Syfy) 5-5:50 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
The Flash (CW) 5:10-5:50 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Arrow (CW) 5:50-6:30 p.m., Ballroom 20.
Broad City (Comedy Central) 7-8 p.m., Indigo Ballroom.
SpongeBob SquarePants (Nickelodeon) Time, location TBD.

Supernatural (CW) 10:30-11:30 a.m., Hall H.
Mr. Mercedes (Audience Network) 1:30-2:30 p.m., location TBD.


This Day in Julie-history: STAR! begins its first day of official shooting on Stage 14 at Twentieth Century Fox Studios.

On 12 April 1967, the world’s press was on hand to watch Julie Andrews go before the cameras for the start of principal filming on STAR!, the lavish screen musical based on the life of Gertrude Lawrence. Dressed as a Pearlie Queen, Julie shot preliminary scenes for the film’s “Piccadilly” music hall number under the guidance of director, Robert Wise.

Julie had already been hard at work on STAR! since February, rehearsing and pre-recording the film’s big musical sequences, and would continue till the close of principal photography in December (Browning, 2-6). It would be the most ambitious undertaking of her entire film career, requiring a total of 159 days in front of the cameras, with 20 days in New York at 27 different locations, 8 days in Southern France, and 17 days in London” (“98 Outfits,” 9-C).

“This is the most difficult film I’ve ever made,” gasped Julie in interview during production. “It’s like going into training. I must take care of myself or I’d be dead. I get up at 5:45a.m. every day, and sometimes I don’t get home till 8 at night” (Wilson, 11).

As part of proceedings for the first day shoot, Julie was joined for a special press photo call by director Robert Wise, associate producer Saul Chaplin and choreographer Michael Kidd. Much was made about this reunion of the dream team behind The Sound of Music. “Can they do it again?” asked one syndicated news article, claiming "If any picture is likely to match ‘The Sound of Music’ in public popularity it will be ‘Star!’” (”Will Julie,” 12).

Sadly, it was not to be the case and STAR! would prove a box office disappointment when it was released in 1968. Still, STAR! is a much cherished favourite of the Parallel Julieverse, so expect some big! exclamation point! celebrations! for the film’s 50th Golden Anniversary next year in 2018.


“98 Outfits for Julie and 21 Songs.” The Sunday Press. 11 June 1967: 9-C.

Browning, Norma Lee. “Julie Finishes ‘Star’: Film on Life of Gertrude Lawrence.” Chicago Tribune. 25 December 1967: 2-6.

Champlin, Charles. “Stage Saga of Miss Lawrence Hitched to ‘Star’.” The Los Angeles Times. 3 March 1967: IV-1, 11.

Land, Kevin. “Recreating Four Decades of Modern History for STAR!” American Cinematographer. 50: 3 March 1969: 294-297.

“Will Julie Hit the Big Jackpot Again?” Press and Sun Bulletin. 6 May 1967: 12.

Wilson, Jane. “Thoroughly Wholesome Julie.” West: The Los Angeles Times  Magazine. 15 October 1967: 11-17.

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