she has a catchy as fuck theme song and a computer in her locker like what she totally wins high school
her name is a play on the word impossible and her friend’s name is a play on the word unstoppable like whaaaat mind blown
she’s got mad skillz
she’s also a cheerleader and shows that cheerleaders can actually b pretty rad and not the bitchy stereotype they’re often conveyed as (except for bonnie but she’s whatevs)
she’s a female with a male sidekick which shows whooo women can be the main character 2 yay
her arch nemesis has a female sidekick who does all the fighting for him i mean how often do you c women being the brawn u don’t so shut ur mouth
but like the show is like actually really cool and they’re all like real ppl even stupid bonnie is a real character who has real problems or whatevr
whooo poc r in it 2 in fact one of kim’s best friends is black and the person they go to 4 help all the time is black and that’s like cool
even the villains are diverse like senor senior sr and junior r latino, and duff killigan is scottish, and drakken is blue
her dad is a rocket scientest and her mom is a neurosurgeon like the 2 stereotyped hardest jobs like that’s cool and they’re super chill so that’s cool 2
and like her parents both have phds and call each other dr and that is like rad as fuck ok bcause they totes have uber respect 4 each other
her best friend is a dude and even though they totes get 2gether in the end it shows that platonic friendships r real yo
her best friend wouldn’t b considered stereotypically “manly” and he gets scared easily and isn’t the best at fighting and that’s totally awesome bcuz it shows that there is a broad spectrum of what men are like and that it’s ok 2 not b “manly”
shego used to b a hero 2 and like drakken used 2 b a chill dude and like wow dimensions and character growth and they’re both pretty chill in the end
Doctor Who writer, Sarah Dollard, talks about the episode, Face the Raven, as well as recalling the small yet fond moments. During the script read-through, she noticed she had never heard Peter say the word ‘tattoo’ in his native accent. His Scottish voice was so wonderful and magical to listen to, she said she couldn’t have come up with any other McGuffin (plot device) for her episode that was as enjoyable as that. For the record, I’ve compiled a collection of whenever Peter said a word or sentence in a memorable way. How he says ‘tattoo’ is one of them. :)
Joivan Wade will return as Rigsy in an episode of Series 9, written by Sarah Dollard.
Filming has begun on episode 10 of the new series of Doctor Who and Joivan Wade, who played Rigsy in last year’s ‘Flatline’, is back! The episode is directed by Justin Molotnikov and written by Sarah Dollard whose previous credits include Being Human and the BBC’s acclaimed spy drama, The Game.
Sarah commented: “Getting to play in the Doctor Who toy box is a dream come true. It’s a total honour to contribute to a show that has brought me such joy as a fan. However, writing for Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman has presented a serious problem: some days I’ve been too excited to actually sit down and type!”
The episode sees the return of Joivan Wade as Rigsy, the young graffiti artist who helped save the world in ‘Flatline’. He’ll be reunited with the Doctor and Clara in this new adventure although how and why he finds himself mixed up with the time traveling heroes is currently under wraps!
The guest cast for the new series includes Maisie_Williams, Michelle Gomez, Rebecca Front, Rufus Hound, Paul Kaye and Jaye Griffiths.
The BBC Cymru Wales produced drama will return to BBC One this Autumn with further casting to be announced.
On this day in 1973, the US Supreme Court legalized abortion nationwide. Today we celebrate the doctors and nurses who provide important care to patients, the people who fought to make legal abortion possible, and those who continue to work to ensure that abortion remains safe and legal. We won’t go back!
Filming has begun on episode 10 of the new series of Doctor Who and Joivan Wade, who played Rigsy in last year’s Flatline, is back! The episode is directed by Justin Molotnikov and written by Sarah Dollard whose previous credits include Being Human and the BBC’s acclaimed spy drama, The Game.
Sarah commented, ‘Getting to play in the Doctor Who toy box is a dream come true. It’s a total honour to contribute to a show that has brought me such joy as a fan. However, writing for Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman has presented a serious problem: some days I’ve been too excited to actually sit down and type!’
The episode sees the return of Joivan Wade as Rigsy, the young graffiti artist who helped save the world in Flatline. He’ll be reunited with the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Clara (Jenna Coleman) in this new adventure although how and why he finds himself mixed up with the time traveling heroes is currently under wraps!
The guest cast for the new series includes Maisie Williams, Michelle Gomez, Rebecca Front, Rufus Hound, Paul Kaye and Jaye Griffiths.
LIVINGSTON – A 14-year-old girl disappeared from her Livingston home Wednesday night, prompting an intense search by Merced County sheriff’s deputies. A search-and-rescue crew, a bloodhound and a helicopter searched throughout the night for Sarah Wade, but found no sign of her. Wade was last seen at her family’s Willow Ranch, 11933 W. Rose Ave. She went to turn off the water for horses on the ranch, accompanied by her dog at 8:30 p.m. The dog returned, but Sarah didn’t. Family members searched for the girl before finally calling the sheriff’s department at 10 p.m., said Deputy Tom MacKenzie, sheriff’s spokesman.
Sarah is described as 5-feet-5 inches tall, weighing 120 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a plaid shirt with black or blue jeans. “First we were afraid that maybe she got injured by one of the (horses),” MacKenzie said. The search-and-rescue crew and a helicopter were called out to help in the search, MacKenzie said. Thursday morning, the department’s K-9 unit brought a 2-year-old bloodhound named Roscoe to the location to help with the search. The dog tracked Sarah’s scent for several hundred yards – then came to a stop and lost the scent, MacKenzie said. No concrete evidence Deputy Doug Aue, who oversees Roscoe, said the dog halted on the side of the road. That gave the impression that Sarah may have been picked up by someone. “That’s a lead we are following up on,” MacKenzie said. “Right now we don’t have any concrete evidence that’s true, and right now we just don’t know what happened. We don’t know if she voluntarily left, if she was abducted or if she suffered some kind of injury and just wandered off.” Sarah is home-schooled and doesn’t have a cell phone, he said. Family members told detectives that she rarely ventures off the ranch and that she’s not familiar with the surrounding area. Detectives are following up with friends and family acquaintances with whom she may have been in touch before vanishing, he said. “She did have a computer so we are checking it to see if maybe she’s been in contact with friends,” he said. However, the family told detectives Sarah doesn’t have a lot of friends. Deputies are using Sarah’s cowboy boots to help the dog track her scent. The dog followed the scent for about 45 minutes before coming to a stop, Aue said. If detectives are able to find a piece of clothing or anything belonging to Sarah, the dog will be able to start tracking her scent again from there, he said. This is the dog’s fifth tracking. “So far he’s been good,” Aue said. In the past, the dog was able to find the body of a missing man in Livingston underwater using the man’s shoes, he said. “Bloodhounds have an extraordinary nose,” he said. Neighbor saddened Mohinder Sodhir, a family’s neighbor, was shocked when he learned Sarah was missing. “It’s very, very sad,” he said, after coming out of the family’s house. He said he’s known the family since the early ‘90s, and described them as good, hard-working people. The family declined to talk to the media. Deputies ask anyone with information about her whereabouts to call (209) 385-7445 or (209) 385-7472. Reporter Yesenia Amaro can be reached at (209) 385-2482
I may not know her, but she lives in the town next to me, and these posters have been EVERYWHERE around Merced. Just gonna do a signal boost! Please reblog, thanks! <33