shake it good

So I met Tarjei yesterday..? 

He’s the sweetest, cutest and most adorable person in the world..? His hugs are so comfortable? I thanked him for what he did with SKAM and how “his” Isak helped me a lot with understanding myslef and admitting issues I wasn’t able to say aloud earlier and he looked at me, smiled and said “you’re not alone”. I can’t believe he “du er ikke alene”-ed me with this wonderful, warm smile.

Not to be dramatic but Diego Luna’s character effortlessly carried the entire movie. His performance was amazing. His portrayal of Cassian was beautiful. He managed to be the most likable character in the entire movie. 10/10. Beautiful. Breathtaking. Totally unique.

How to make a Disney Channel show (aka, Disney is obsessed with using the same set of characters over and over again)

Many people feel the need to have a really smart character. It’s important that the girls look flawless, but the guys should look like as much of a geek as possible.

To make the above character look smarter, you can add a dumb character. Make sure to give them a very confused facial expression as often as possible, and let them ask questions that should be obvious for someone their age.

You’ll always need a guy who’s character relies for about 50 % on their looks. Why else would anyone watch the show?

To match the  hot guys, you’ll need a girl who is so flawless, you begin to feel like they can’t possibly be real.

The audience needs someone to laugh at, right? This is where you add either a character who is incapable of understanding the word “no” or a character who is just considered a “loser” by most people. And try not to give them too much character development.

But to keep the smart person from seeming boring, we need the rebel friends who doesn’t care about grades, and who always get’s their friend in trouble. But don’t worry, you can always fix it up with a sappy apologizing scene at the end.

There has to be some kind of official antagonist. My suggestion, is you go with Matteus Ward, or at least someone who looks like him. Or you can go with a stereotypical blonde girl.

Every show needs grownups. Keep them there for, comic relief, embaressing the kids, being protective, giving deep motivational speeches and cry upon realizing that their kid’s are growing up.



He’s actually the butler

Not a parents. He’s their sensei.

Not a parent. He’s an uncle.

Add a couple of cute kids and animals

Or if everything fails, just throw in a bunch of boyfriends and girlfriends that we’re all gonna forget anyway.

Or, you know, do something original instead

Here’s trailers to all the shows I’ve been using. 

Good Luck Charlie

Pair of Kings (not a good version)

Shake it up

Jessie 

A.N.T Farm

Lab Rats 

Austin and Ally 

Dog with a blog 

Liv and Maddie 

Kickin It 

I didn’t do it

Girl meets world

Mighty Med 

  • *late evening, 221B*
  • Baby Holmes: *sniffing, rubbing her eyes*
  • Sherlock: *carrying her to the kitchen; softly* It's okay, Dad's here...
  • Baby Holmes: *upset* I don't w-want any friends. They all m-make fun of you and f-fink you're a weirdo.
  • Sherlock: Well, would a weirdo have lots of cake for his special girl? *opens the fridge; brings out cake*
  • Baby Holmes: *gasps* But Mummy's not here!
  • Sherlock: *thoughtful* You're right... *smirks* you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Baby Holmes: *nodding, excited* Uh-huh!
  • LATER
  • Molly: *leaves the morgue, rubbing her shoulders*
  • Molly: *enters her office*
  • Sherlock & Baby Holmes: *sharing a bowl of chocolate cake*
  • Molly: *smiles* Hi. What are you two doing here?
  • Baby Holmes: *grins, chocolate all over her face* Mummy! We brought you some cake!
  • Molly: *joins them, sitting in Sherlock's lap* I thought you were with your friends.
  • Baby Holmes: *slurping cake* I am.