I don’t have nearly enough time and energy to do as much for the final week before TFD as I’d like too, but at least here’s a chronologically impossible, uncharacteristically happy quick doodle of the entire family,

(featuring, left to right: Sour Face, Squint, Mr Punch, Fuck You, Vore Buggy Child, Dugpa Trash, Agent Rosenflower, The Hot Gay Alien, Shouty, The Original Hot Gay Alien, Local Sex Magick Enthusiast, Air Force Dad, Mulder?)

Wet shirtless Momoa - last one I’ll post…. for now.

Also - a big shoutout to Tamara Tunie - she’s been around forever and works her ass off.  She filmed this in between her SVU scenes flying back and forth from NYC to Atlanta. 

Who else remembers her from As the World Turns when she was married to Duncan and they had that cute swirly baby back before swirly babies were cool?

Met to Stage Its First Opera by a Woman Since 1903
The Metropolitan Opera’s 2016-17 season, announced today, includes a work by the Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho among others.
By Michael Cooper

“An opera composed by a woman will appear at the Metropolitan Opera for the first time in more than a century next season, when the house presents the Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho’s ethereal “L’Amour de Loin,” one of the most acclaimed operas of the 2000s.

The arrival of “L’Amour de Loin” in December at the Met, in a Robert Lepage production conducted by Susanna Malkki in her company debut and starring Susanna Phillips, Tamara Mumford and Eric Owens, will be the biggest in a series of Saariaho events across New York next season. In October, Esa-Pekka Salonen will lead the New York Philharmonic in her “Circle Map” at the Park Avenue Armory.

Coming 16 years after its premiere at the Salzburg Festival, “L’Amour de Loin” will be the first opera by a woman performed at the Met since 1903, when the company did “Der Wald” by Ethel M. Smyth. “It’s a shock,” Ms. Saariaho said of the gap in a telephone interview from Paris. “It just shows how slowly these things evolve. But they are evolving — in all fields and also in music.””

Read the full piece here