only one of my favorite moments in the entire show

literally one of my all time favorite breakfast show moments was the time that nick decided to set a Guinness world record for the longest twerk ever during his show and he fucking DID it only to have the curtains pulled up in the studio next door to find greg james had been twerking the entire time too and had now beaten nick’s record as revenge for being sprayed with water and yelled at by collette while sleeping covering T in the Park. 

anonymous asked:

Not the same Anon, but I feel like whenever he has a strong opinion about anything it's always superficial. Especially nowadays. I don't ever remember him actually disagreeing with anyone besides link. I think of the horoscope episode, where Rhett was trying p. hard to act like he was open to it, while link got irritated with him because he KNEW Rhett didn't believe it either and pushed him until he (very sheepishly) admitted it, lol.

Ha, that’s one of my favorite moments XD He gets angry at commenters a lot too though, and has expressed his strong position on important topics; more recently - defending youtube red, ridiculing an entire generation for their dependency on social media/facetime apps, and in the past we have examples like “middle schoolers should not date” and “we know what a freaking connecting flight is”. However, all these cases only serve to show that he’s usually brave in front of the camera (or when talking to LInk) and tends to avoid actual irl confrontation, his biggest confrontation probably being the time he punched John Carson in 3rd grade. But he likes playing devil’s advocate a lot, as illustrated by the horoscope episode. This episode, however, is also the one where Link says he respects him for saying what he thinks and making a decision without teetering on a fence. Which, coming from someone who knows him irl, to me means that he does have strong opinions about serious things too. So I guess you’re right to a degree, but maybe he doesn’t always act like that. I don’t think it’s realistic to think that someone always behaves a certain way in certain situations, anyway. So what I’m saying is, in my opinion, the truth is somewhere in the middle :)


oooommeerrgrgmmmmooooOOOMGGGGGGG what pisses me off more than anything on this entire. freaking. show. is their treatment of glenn/steven. 

FINE, my OTP isn’t getting the attention they deserve. 

FINE, my favorite character and one of the best actors on the show is most likely appearing in 4 or 5 out of 16 episodes

but what I CANNOT HANDLE is the sheer goddamn disrespect toward the character that steven yeun has cultivated over 6 years, being killed off as if he were a redshirt. appearing in only 10 minutes of his last episode, and being relegated to share the most heartbreaking final moment for his character with the death of another (far inferior) character (who actually got some development in his final episodes.) and now he doesn’t even get a TD episode to himself, unlike countless other dead characters (such as the lovely blonde who’s greatest achievement was stabbing someone with scissors and getting herself shot.)

it truly baffles me. i simply am at a loss. i’m holding out hope that perhaps they’ll focus on him somehow in the premiere and give his character some more time/closure in the dream sequence or something, i don’t know. 

ok ok rant over hhhhhhhhh