one per season

There’s a post on my dash about Bojack Horseman and the fact that it could use only one ‘fuck’ per season to keep a T rating and it’s all in deep and iconic scenes that are supposed to impact the viewer and I keep thinking about the fact that Breaking Bad had the same rule and used up the fuck of the first season right in the first episode on

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Super Lovers 2 
#5 black and white

I have changed! I have a kid… A little baby girl, Abbijean. With Lana. And then we started going out again, and somehow it’s… kind of amazing, really. We’re like connecting, you know? And I realize that all this time, even though we fought like cats and a very tall dog, we’ve always been best friends. And then to realize you might actually be in love with your best friend who also happens to be the mother of your child, that’s, like… a miracle.
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Sterling Archer (6x10 Reignition Sequence)

So if y’all want to listen to a podcast that talks about Gilmore Girls you should definitely check out Hypable Hype’s Gilmore Girls specials. They put out one episode per season (they’ve finished all 7 seasons and are going to go through each episode of the revival as well), and it’s hosted by three women, two that watched it before and one that was watching one season at a time. They all looooove Jess so there’s a lot of interesting talk and analysis about him (and they also all really care about Rory and consider her character and stories thoughtfully, which is nice) .

Also they just dropped their initial revival thoughts episode and it’s very cathartic to listen to, imo (seriously, I think they opened my brain and just put words to everything I’ve been thinking). They make some really articulate points about what they did and didn’t like, and don’t mince words!

  • Captain Swan: Oh god, Kilikins wasn't in ONE episode out of an entire season of romance how could the writers do this to us!?!?!
  • Rumbelle:
  • Rumbelle: *has learned to survive off of one or two interactions per season*
  • Rumbelle: *has endured countless breakups and cruel words*
  • Rumbelle: *has learned to appreciate any kind of healthy conversation, even if it's a heartbreaking fight*
  • Rumbelle: *had no real confirmation of le bangity-bang until Belle was pregante*
  • Rumbelle: How awful for you.
It was a good year in Densiland <3

7x01: “I love you”

7x02: “Kensi this is my mom”

7x03: “If you really want to get into my pants”

7x04: “I don’t care where I have breakfast as long as you’re there”

7x05: “You’re shipping us?”

7x06: “That little display of affection last week on Lincoln at the stop light”

7x07: “Love conquers all”

7x09: “You always look good”

7x10: “You’re cute”

7x11: “Do you have any idea how much I love you right know?”

7x12: “Twinkle twinkle little star”

7x13: “God I love when you talk math”

7x14: “We’re moving in together”

7x15: “Me, you, together, lying naked”

7x17: “At least you and I have somebody to go home to”

7x18: “I love you and you know I love you and I love living with you”

7x19: “Was it too crazy for two people to get married?”

7x20: “Roses are red violets are blue…you’re worth it…I love you”

7x21: “The love of my life”

7x22: “A small beach wedding sounds absolutely incredible”

7x23: “You couldn’t make it 2 days, 3 days tops. I’m irresistible, I’m a manimal”

7x24: “I appreciate your stealthy operational skills, Special Agent Blye”

What? Are you kidding? It’s not about the money. Pam, we are going on a voyage of medical discovery unparalleled in not only the history of mankind but also, perhaps, its future. Hippocrates, Galen, Percival, Sharp. For thousands of years, physicians have dreamed of having the power to see what we’ve been given the chance to, through this truly awe-inspiring process of miniaturization, which I think you’ll agree, is the very embodiment of Arthur C. Clarke’s Third Law, which states that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Or, if you like, a miracle… Plus, I’m going to use the money to buy an orphanage and then bulldoze it.
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Cheryl Tunt (6x12 Drastic Voyage Part 1)