Jason: yes, you love Stephanie, we know, you love Stephanie so much, she’s the light of your life, you love her so much, you just love Stephanie we KNOW, you love Stephanie you fucking love Stephanie okay we know, we get it, YOU LOVE STEPHANIE FUCKING PATRICK. WE GET IT.
We humans look rather different from a tree. Without a doubt we perceive the world differently than a tree does. But down deep, at the molecular heart of life, the trees and we are essentially identical.
One of the most memorable Running Man moments for me so far: a surprise cameo by Cha Tae Hyun and his daughter! I was cackling when he came out in that mask. Oh my god.
Also, I’m 100% praying to the variety gods that they do actually make some kind of crossover. That would be epic. They could make it a double-length episode, and air one part on KBS, and the other on SBS.
The Definitive Ranking of Luke Skywalker’s Boyfriends
#6 Lando Calrissian
Pros: has a career and his shit together, can provide stability, helped destroy the second Death Star, shared love of fashion, mustache, maturity
Cons: uncertain if there’s chemistry between the two, complicated history with Han
Rating: 5/10 power converters
#5 Biggs Darklighter
Pros: childhood friends with Luke, they’re both pilots, there’s obviously chemistry there, mustache
Cons: broke Luke’s heart by leaving him behind on Tatooine, mustache, is dead
Rating: 6/10 power converters
#4 Ezra Bridger
Pros: Jedi, “bad boy”, amazing hair, orphan solidarity, sinnamon roll
Cons: fate unknown, doesn’t have his shit together yet, same age (luke likes older guys ok)
Rating: 7/10 power converters
#3 Han Solo
Pros: very good friends, been through a lot together, obvious chemistry, knows how to boil water
Cons: not looking to settle down, in love with leia
Rating: 8/10 power converters
#2 Bodhi Rook
Pros: both grew up on desert planets, shared love of ponchos, pilot, both wanted to escape homeworld as children, soft boys
Rating: 9/10 power converters
#1 Wedge Antilles
Pros: one of Luke’s best friends, formed a new elite squadron together, took down the first Death Star together, took down the second Death Star, dependable, always have each other’s back, flyboys in love, looks at Luke like he’s made of stardust
She pushed him back against the trunk of a tree and kissed him, full on the lips right there in the midst of the ragged column. Jon heard Grigg the Goat urging her on. Someone else laughed. He kissed her back despite all that. When they finally broke apart, Ygritte was flushed. “You’re mine,” she whispered. “Mine, as I’m yours. And if we die, we die. All men must die, Jon Snow. But first we’ll live.”
Of course I can’t help but be enamored by a film that shows a talented duo with insane chemistry. Look they hate each other, they’re falling in love. They can’t stay away, they hilariously annoy each other and show us the aspects of any real relationship. These two, theyre dreamers, hard workers, motivated and talented. They dance in the street, sing in the night, they’re quite literally dancing in the stars! As such a charismatic little film, with catchy songs that you’ll be humming for weeks. Don’t get me wrong, I for one loved La La Land. But I came to question, what if it depicted a love society doesn’t see often in films? What if it was a love between two women, women of color nonetheless. What if instead of casting white, straight, A-list actors as the stars, in the role of undiscovered actors and musicians trying to make it big in the dream land, what if it casted diverse, underrepresented cultures and people in Hollywood. We all exist too, and we’re still here.
so here I give you a different little take on La La Land, in all of its diversity. ✨