it's time you come back alex!!!!!

Hamilton: Every Song Summarized
  • Alexander Hamilton: It's ye home boi Alex
  • Aaron Burr, Sir: Two college men walk into a bar with three drunkards, and-
  • My Shot: Do you ever just want to overthrow a government (Featuring Alexander having an existential crisis)
  • The Story Of Tonight: Painful foreshadowing coming from Laurens
  • The Schuyler Sisters: its ye home gals angellica eliza AND PEGGY
  • Farmers Refuted: It's Time For Alexander's Opinion
  • You'll Be Back: I cannot fucking believe King George III is a yandere
  • Right Hand Man: Burr needs to call the rejection hotline
  • Helpless: Ye gal Eliza falls for ye boi Alex
  • Satisfied: Angelica has emotional issues and I want to help her
  • The Story Of Tonight Reprise: SPIT A VERSE, BURR
  • Wait For It: Burr spits a verse (Sort of)
  • Stay Alive: Charles Lee shows up and Laurens is like "We should shoot that guy"
  • Ten Duel Commandments: Laurens shoots that guy
  • Meet Me Inside: Alexander gets grounded
  • That Would Be Enough: HEARTBREAK.
  • Guns and Ships: L A F A Y E T T E
  • History Has It's Eyes On You: Don't fuck up because history is always watching
  • Yorktown: Alexander and Lafayette overthrow a government
  • What Comes Next?: King George is still a yandere but now he's a Bitter Yandere
  • Dear Theodosia: THE DAD SONG
  • Non-Stop: Burr wonders why and how Alexander does things
  • What'd I Miss: Jeffy boi is done getting high in France and now he's back to get high in America
  • Cabinet Battle #1: Political debate turns into a rap battle
  • Take A Break: Alexander says "No" 500000 times
  • Say No To This: Alexander forgets how to say "No" 500000 times
  • The Room Where It Happens: Burr needs to call the rejection hotline again
  • Schuyler Defeated: Alexander throws away Burr's friendship bracelet
  • Cabinet Battle #2: you must be out oF YOUR GODDAMN MIND-
  • One Last Time: Washington is resigning and Alexander has abandonment issues
  • The Adams Administration: Hamilton fucking obliterates John Adams
  • We Know: Jefferson, Burr, and Madison become the TMZ of the 1700-1800s
  • Hurricane: Alexander decides to #expose himself
  • The Reynolds Pamphlet: Alexander probably regrets deciding to #expose himself
  • Blow Us All Away: Alexander encourages his son to get in a gun fight and is shocked when he gets shot
  • Stay Alive Reprise: CRUSHING DEPRESSION
  • The Election of 1800: Jefferson is tired of drama and he just wants politics
  • Your Obedient Servant: "Fucking fight me, Alex." ~Burr
  • Best of Wives and Best of Women: WOW EVEN MORE CRUSHING DEPRESSION
  • The World Was Wide Enough: "Talk shit get hit." ~Burr
  • Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story: I'M CRYING OVER A FOUNDING FATHER.

Kurt Vonnegut died in 2007. And so it goes. But in his life, the book he’s perhaps most famous for writing was Slaughterhouse-Five. You may have read it in high school or come across the critically acclaimed 1972 film version, but either way, its consumption is a singular experience. Narrated out-of-order, Slaughterhouse-Five retells the life story of Billy Pilgrim, a WWII soldier who survives the fire-bombing of Dresden.

Part satire, part sci-fi, part post-war meditation on peace, conflict, life and death (and so it goes), Slaughterhouse-Five naturally blurs the lines between genre just as its protagonist jumps back and forth through time. So join Alex Schmidt and Michael Swaim as they analyze Vonnegut’s most widely-regarded work- a novel that paved the way for generations of books, graphic novels and movies to consider the horrors of war wracked on the mind, the place of human life in the universe, and the arbitrary nature of death. And so it goes.

Gettin’ Unstuck In Time With Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five

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ALEX AND JO IN EVERY EPISODE || I Ain’t No Miracle Worker (13x03)

That’s the point. I’m not. I’m going to do my time, work in the clinic, and help people. I want to come back, and I’m going to do whatever it takes. And I’m not quitting. That’s the guy you trained and raised and whatever so, okay?


Before tonight, Disney only made two movies that made me openly weep: Lilo and Stitch 2 & Inside Out. I am not ashamed to say that tonight, Gravity Falls made it happen for the third time in my 20 years on this Earth. Alex Hirsch, if you’re reading this, I’d bet my soul that Walter Disney himself is looking down on you from heaven, clapping and weeping tears of joy with the rest of us. To quote an article from Mental_floss magazine, “If I could say to words to him, I wouldn’t waste them saying ‘Come back.’ Instead, I would say 'Thank you.’” Alex Hirsch, thank you for making Disney Channel as good as its movies.🌅🌠🌈🌲Here’s to your Big Dipper and your shooting star.

There once was a boy
who wore bras on his head,
and I said ‘boy without you,
I’d be better off dead’.

We drifted apart,
our lives took over,
he looked back in ten years
and thought it was over.

The screams may have stopped
as fans come and go,
but one things for sure,
they’ll always be all time low.
'Grey’s Anatomy' Stars and Creator Reveal 10 Spoilers for Season 13: Meredith's Love Triangle, Baby Drama, More! | Us Weekly

After a wedding, a baby and an explosive fight, the May 19 season finale of Grey’s Anatomy left nearly everyone in Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital with unresolved conflicts. Here are 10 things to expect when the ABC drama returns for its 13th season on Thursday, September 22:

1. There is no time jump
Despite the show’s tendency to play with time shifts, season 13 will pick up right after Alex Karev (Justin Chambers) brutally beat up Andrew DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti). “You see the aftermath of their fight causing a ripple effect across the entire hospital,” Camilla Luddington, who plays Jo Wilson, tells Us Weekly. "People take sides, there’s confusion over what has actually happened and absolutely repercussions for the tornado of drama.”

"I was told all summer, don’t change anything about your look, come back exactly the way you left,” Jason George tells Us. "And then when I got back for the table read, I found out they meant it. This is, like, minutes later.” George, 44, who stars as compassionate doctor Ben Warren, adds that viewers should definitely get a refresher before sitting down for the season 13 premiere. "I’m telling everyone you need to go back and watch the finale so you’re up to speed,” he says. "You don’t want to jump on a train already doing 70 miles an hour!”

2. The Riggs-Meredith-Maggie love triangle will heat up
After Maggie Pierce (Kelly McCreary) revealed that she has feelings for Riggs (Martin Henderson) — a.k.a. the four-times-in-one-night stand of Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) — the drama will continue to play out between the half-sisters. "The writers are definitely having a lot of fun with that dynamic,” Henderson, 41, tells Us. "It’s dramatic, funny and sad all at the same time. I think it will take a while to work itself out as not everything is being put out on the table by all of the characters. It’s bound to get increasingly complicated.”

3. The sisters’ relationship is still a work in progress
“Meredith has Maggie still helping with the kids, and they’re going to have an interesting dynamic this year based on the whole Nathan love triangle thing,” Caterina Scorsone, who plays passionate Amelia Shepherd, told The Hollywood Reporter. “Even though Amelia is moving out of the house, the sister dynamic is going to be central to her story line.”

4. Jo may not tell Alex that she’s married
After witnessing Alex’s violent outburst, Jo is hesitant to tell him that she is still wed to her abuser. “Jo feels like her past puts not only her, but Alex too, in an extremely dangerous position,” Luddington, 32, tells Us. “She was worried that if she told Alex, he would have a knee-jerk reaction and perhaps do something to make it worse for them both.” While the Californication alum doesn’t elaborate on details of what the outcome will be, she explains that the fight hit too close to home for Jo. "There’s residual feelings about her own experience with physical violence in her home,” she says. “Now she’s witnessing an assault again by someone she loves. Emotionally she’s in a very complicated place. She’s torn.”

5. April and Jackson will — perhaps unsuccessfully— attempt to be a happy family
Following their divorce, April Kepner (Sarah Drew) and Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams) now must co-parent their newborn. “They’re going to really try to do this in a healthy way,” creator Shonda Rhimes revealed to Entertainment Weekly. “Is that healthy way going to feel so healthy when they still have feelings for each other?”

6. The drama following Amelia and Owen’s wedding won’t involve the pair themselves
“Immediately on the tail of Amelia and Owen’s wedding there’s big explosive drama that’s happening right away,” Scorsone told THR, noting that it doesn’t involve the couple. “On Grey’s Anatomy, it could be a literal explosion, but in this case, it’s emotionally explosive. It’s going to be a key story this year that a lot of people are going to be interested in.”

7. Jo’s ex could make an appearance
Luddington isn’t ruling out Jo’s ex reentering her life. ”That’s up to the writers to decide,” she tells Us. "However, Grey’s characters seem to have a hard time escaping their past.”

8. Meredith isn’t getting her fairy-tale ending — yet
"If Meredith Grey were 100 percent fully happy, the show would be over,” Rhimes said in May. "So maybe when the show ends, Meredith can be fully happy maybe. But if she is, we’re done. The journey would have to end for her. That would be it.”

9. Arizona will finally get a new love interest
After Callie (Sara Ramirez) left Seattle to be with Penny (Samantha Sloyan) in New York, her ex Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) will get her own romantic story as well. "I’m very excited to introduce a love interest for her,” Rhimes told EW. “And to get to tell a story with her that lets her be who she is, and to see who she is post the relationships that she’s had.”

10. The focus will be on the day-one characters
Despite the introduction to many new characters in the show’s 13 seasons, “There is going to be a lot of checking in with the original cast,” Scorsone tells THR. “We love them so much and there has been such a renaissance with the show that it’s nice to focus on the core pieces that have been there since the very beginning.”

anonymous asked:

{text} Alex! How are you, amour? <3 {text} I'm in New York and I was wondering if you wanted to meet up perhaps? {text} I know its been a long time but I've missed you (And here's the love M!A one) - Louis xox

[text to: Don’t text him] You’re in New York?..

[text to: Don’t text him] I-.. Of course, I want to see you! 

[text to: Don’t text him] Come to my place, I haven’t changed the key

Why the heck did she text him back. Why the fuck was her heart beating so fast. She thought she learned her lesson, she thought she’d be strong enough this time. She thought she wouldn’t fall for him again. She thought she moved on. She thought wrong.