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Gillian Anderson: We were shooting on the side of the road and we were just about to roll. Or maybe we had started rolling and I looked to the side of the bushes and I thought ‘what’s that guy doing in the bushes?’ And then it was a bear. It wasn’t a guy. It was a bear who started walking towards me and I…and David was in the scene, standing up the road a little bit and I said: “David! There is a bear! What am I supposed to do?”

Chris Carter: That’s not how it happened at all. I swear.

Gillian Anderson: Okay…

Chris Carter: I was watching this and I swear this is how it happened. A wild animal, a bear comes out of the woods and Gillian goes: “Bear”

David Duchovny: No, that’s not how it happened. What happened was. You were down there…it’s close to what Gillian said. You are down there and you go: “David, it’s a bear! It’s a bear! What do I do?” I said: “It’s not a bear.” And the bear comes out and I said: ”Don’t look at him. Walk to me. And you just walked to me and…”

Gillian Anderson: Yeah!

David Duchovny: and the bear kinda went *mimics the bear*

Gillian Anderson: I remember thinking if it’s gonna run after me, I don’t wanna see that. Like if it’s gonna decide to chase me, I just don’t wanna look. That’s all I remember.

David Duchovny: And I remember thinking if it comes at you, I’m gonna have to get between you two and I’m like…No, I was thinking that and I was thinking I don’t really wanna die…

Gillian Anderson: So instead what you said, was: What do bears eat besides actresses?

David Duchovny: That was sometime later.

I can’t stand that scene from Thor 3 floating around the site. How can anyone laugh when Thor is clearly violating Loki’s boundaries and not waiting for his consent before just tossing him at a bunch of guards? If that emotional abuse isn’t enough, the very act of throwing his sibling is at the very least physical haha oh man I’m totally kidding can you imagine


“Thea is watching from South tonight,” Kevin said, looking to the elevated VIP box. It was too far away and too high up for Neil to make out any faces, but there was a small crowd gathered at the windowed walls already. Knowing the Court was here to watch them play sent a chill through Neil’s veins. Kevin dragged his stare back to Wymack’s face and said, “and my father comes to all of my games. That is enough.”
On Wymack’s other side, Abby’s gaze softened. Wymack’s jaw worked for a moment before he could say in an even tone, “Your mother would be proud of you.”
“Not just of me,” Kevin said in a rare bout of humanity.

Practical Shakespeare Quotes

Do you want to quote more Shakespeare in your life but never find opportunities to say “brevity is the soul of wit”? Do you rarely hang below balconies exchanging love vows with the daughter of your enemy? This is just the list for you.

“What an ass am I!”
Hamlet, Act 2, Scene 2

“I am not a slut,”
As You Like It, Act 3, Scene 3
(Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)

“Hell is empty and all the devils are here,”
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene 2

“Commit the oldest sins the newest kind of ways,”
Henry IV Part 2, Act 4, Scene 5

“This is the excellent foppery of the world,”

King Lear, Act 1, Scene 2

“Making the beast with two backs,”
Othello, Act 1, Scene 1

“The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool,”
As You Like It, Act 5, Scene 1

“To tell thee plain, I aim to lie with thee,”
Henry VI Part 3, Act 3, Scene 2
(Works great for courting hot widows.)

“I would rather hear my dog bark at a crow than a man swear he loves me,”
Much Ado About Nothing, Act 1, Scene 1

“I wasted time, and now doth time waste me,”
Richard II, Act 5, Scene 5

“Marry, sir, in her buttocks.”
A Comedy of Errors, Act 2, Scene 5
(No judgement here.)

“My horse is my mistress,”
Henry V, Act 3, Scene 7
(Uh, there might be something wrong with that.)

“Thou dost infect my eyes,”
Richard III, Act 1, Scene 2

“Better a witty fool, than a foolish wit,”
Twelfth Night, Act 1, Scene 5
(“Wit” is Shakespearean slang for penis.)

“[Wine] provokes the desire, but it takes away the performance,”
Macbeth, Act 2, Scene 3

“I had rather live with cheese and garlic in a windmill, far, than feed on cates and have him talk to me in any summer-house in Christendom,”
Henry IV Part 2, Act 4 Scene 1

“Now, gods, stand up for bastards!”
King Lear, Act 1, Scene 2

“Villain, I have done thy mother!”
Titus Andronicus, Act 4, Scene 2
(This means exactly what you think it does.)

“And thou unfit for any place but hell,”
Richard III, Act 1, Scene 2

“The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers,”
Henry VI Part 2, Act 4, Scene 2

“Heaven truly knows that thou art false as hell.”
Othello, Act 4, Scene 2

“Out, dunghill!”
King John, Act 4, Scene 3

“This is too long.”
Hamlet, Act 2, Scene 2


Grant, Candice and Keiynan cuteness before filming
(a very spoilery scene, proceed with caution)


Mr. Robot: Season 3 - ‘Democracy’ Teaser Trailer (premiere is Oct. 11)

It’s coming from the sorrow in the street, the holy places where the races meet; from the homicidal bitchin’ that goes down in every kitchen to determine who will serve and who will eat. It’s coming to America first, the cradle of the best and of the worst. It’s here they got the range and the machinery for change and it’s here they got the spiritual thirst. I’m sentimental, if you know what I mean. I love the country but I can’t stand the scene. And I’m neither left or right. I’m just staying home tonight, getting lost in that hopeless little screen. From the wars against disorder, from the sirens night and day: Democracy is coming to the U.S.A.


peyton sawyer meme: (1/9) scenes
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