we will never be satisfied - bad-ass broadway feminists who have empowered women and changed the face of musical theatre
the schuyler sisters - hamilton // i can do better than that - the last five years // it won’t be long now - in the heights // right hand man - something rotten! // watch what happens - newsies // all to pieces - violet // ring of keys - fun home // on the steps of the palace - into the woods // naughty - matilda // everything’s coming up roses - gypsy // take me or leave me - rent // don’t rain on my parade - funny girl // colored woman - memphis // lot’s wife - caroline, or change // bring it on - bring it on: the musical // before it’s over - dogfight // astonishing - little women // shall i tell you what i think of you - the king and i // get out and stay out - 9 to 5 // satisfied - hamilton // defying gravity - wicked // so much better - legally blonde //
Are you interested in watching Adventure Time, but intimidated by the thought of watching 252 episodes? Have you watched the series before, but want to watch again without any filler episodes (unless it’s Bubbline, of course)? This is for you!
After seeing a request in the ATimers tag, I have compiled a list of all the Adventure Time episodes that contain major plot, important backstory, major characterization, and/or Bubbline moments. I have also included optional episodes that I think will increase your understanding/enjoyment of the show (I put the reason next to it; if it says something about being an arc, backstory, characterization, etc., be warned that not watching may make the major plot points of the show a bit more confusing for you).
I condensed the show down to 128 of the 10-minute episodes (69 episodes if you don’t watch any of the optional episodes). Optional episodes are in italics. Episodes with Bubbline moments, characterization of Marcy/Princess Bubblegum (PB), or major backstory/plot related to Marcy/PB are in bold. Anything with a an asterisk (*) can be watched at any time (order doesn’t matter, though you may still want to watch it in the same season).
I hope this helps someone out since I spent three hours putting it together! Without further ado…
20 Reasons to Watch ProZD's Kingdom Hearts Let's Play
1.) *quietly* Now it’s time to *loud shouting* PRESS BUTTONS AND TALK 2.) Racing Riku to the star for Dickcheese 3.) Are you Maleficent? “Bitch, I might be.” 4.) Fickledick’s Pickle Dick 5.) *to the tune of This is Halloween* pickle dick, pickle dick - pickle dick, pickle dick 6.) Handsome Ansem 7.) #letOogieBoogieSayFuck 8.) Tyrant, Racist King Mickey 9.) Sabor Discourse™ 10.) Five million mummy men 11.) RIP Wendy 12.) Bad English Accent 13.) Big Billies 14.) Maleficent/Jafar Shipping 15.) 10 Million Mummy Men 16.) That’s too many Mummy Men 17.) “Fuck you, Sora.” - Goofy 18.) Riku’s bondage outfit 19.) Under Sea, the best Little Mermaid song 20.) Riku’s perfect teeth
Seriously though, go check out @prozdvoices Press Buttons ‘n Talk YouTube channel and see for yourself.
MZS: You’re the first actor I’ve met who finds his character by making sketches.
TH: One has to have a silhouette, you know? Say I’m playing Elton John. You know what he looks like. Playing Al Capone. You know what he looks like. But what about characters we’re making up from scratch, who you don’t know what they look like? You have to create a memorable silhouette for them, too. When I was at school I was told, “Tom, when you play the prince or the king, I want to fucking see a king walk onstage before you even open your mouth. What does that look like?” Do you do it literally, with a costume, or through physicality? How do you immediately see the king? Crown? Robes? I have to find an identifier, a silhouette which immediately radiates something for me. Remember, you won’t necessarily know by their clothes that they’re the king. You can walk on in a disheveled homeless man’s outfit, but there’s something about them that radiates a nobility, something that makes you go, “This person’s a king.”