thank you casting crew

Well done Samurai Jack Crew

Honestly it’s good they ended on a good foot (Even tho it was truly sad) but all good things must come to an end….Either die a great cartoon series, or end up milked to death like Scooby doo or the Flintstones *Cringe*

So everyone a round of applause to  Genndy Tartakovsky,Phil LaMarr, Tara Strong, the late Mako Iwamatsu,  Greg Baldwin, John DiMaggio and the whole damn Samurai Jack Crew. 

Thanks for bringing back most of our childhood and laying it into a peaceful rest. 

kyliebunbury  My heart is heavy. 💔 
Pitch will not be returning. 
I don’t have some eloquently thought out caption, because I’m still processing it all. 
Ginny Baker has profoundly changed my life and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to play a role that resonated with so many people. 
I wasn’t ready to let go of Ginny, but more than anything I wasn’t ready to let go of my Pitch family- the cast, crew, creators and writers, thank you for the magic. 
MOST IMPORTANTLY!!!- Thank you to all of the fans who took the journey with us! Your support and love for the show has always moved us deeply! I love you all. ❤️
Ginny Baker out ✌🏽⚾️


Text from Nichelle Nichols’ biography “Beyond Uhura”

Usually, though, Leonard remained Vulcan-cool. Perhaps the most elaborate hoax involved his son, Adam, who about eight years old while we were filming the original series. It required that Adam be fitted in a child-size Starfleet uniform and be made up, ears and all, to look just his daddy.

The script called for a scene on the bridge in which Spock would be sitting in the captain’s chair with his back t o the elevator door. A yeoman was supposed to enter and say some lines, at which point Spock was to spin around in his chair, so he was facing the yeoman, and continue their brief exchange.

They had Leonard’s son, in his Vulcan disguise, waiting in the elevator. The door opened, Adam delivered the yeoman’s lines, then Leonard turned to him and answered without breaking a smile or missing a beat.

We couldn’t get so much as a Spockian arched eyebrow out of Leonard. The real kicker came when Adam “stepped out of character,” so to speak, to say, “But, Daddy, I love you.”

“Thank you, Adam,” Leonard said evenly. As the whole cast and crew stood around in breathless anticipation of Leonard’s big crack-up, which never came, by the way, the joke was on us.


jboyega_Thank you! #imperialdreams

John Boyega thanks cast, crew, and supporters for their love for Imperial Dreams (available now on Netflix)

kyliebunbury: My heart is heavy. 💔
Pitch will not be returning.
I don’t have some eloquently thought out caption, because I’m still processing it all.
Ginny Baker has profoundly changed my life and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to play a role that resonated with so many people.
I wasn’t ready to let go of Ginny, but more than anything I wasn’t ready to let go of my Pitch family- the cast, crew, creators and writers, thank you for the magic.
MOST IMPORTANTLY!!!- Thank you to all of the fans who took the journey with us! Your support and love for the show has always moved us deeply! I love you all. ❤️
Ginny Baker out ✌🏽⚾️

sincerely me project

i want to start a project

i’ve struggled with anxiety, most of my life. lucky enough for me, even though i still have anxiety and i have my bad days, i’m working through it and i’m in the best place i’ve ever been
i owe some of that to dear evan hansen, because it pushed me to want to get better
i’ve heard so so so many people say the same thing, and i started thinking
i want to do a video/note project for the dear evan hanse cast and crew. i know so many people want to be able to thank them for everything that they’ve done.
if you’re interested in participating keep reading;

• you can either make a video of you thanking them (30 seconds-2 minutes unless you really wanna make it longer) or you can send me what you want to say to them
• give me your name/account names/age if you want/where you’re from. if you don’t feel comfortable giving some/any of that info out just say “anonymous” at the end! nothing wrong with that!
• if you decide to write it out, i will make a slide of your thank you note
• include your favorite song/scene from the show if you’ve seen it!
• email it to (or if there’s a preferred way to send it to me, message me and we’ll work it out!)
• it doesn’t have to be a thank you note, just anything you’ve always wanted to say to the cast/crew!
• submit your story by about august 1st! that’ll give me time to finish editing it before i start school and give you guys a few months to get your stuff in!

send this to people you think would like to join/share this on other social media platforms if you would like to!
i will add all of these onto a video on some blank CDs, and i will either mail them to the theatre, or i will give it right to them if i see the show this fall!
please reblog this to get it around, so we can thank these incredible people for all they’ve done for us


I’m like a week late. But I wanted to share my Wondercon experience as it was one of the best weekends of my whole life. I went in on Saturday to that ticket draft for the Voltron signing, not at all expecting to win, in fact I was waiting in line just doodling the Paladins in the sketchbook I bought just happy to have had such an amazing opportunity to go to the con in general. So when I pulled out a ticket that had a stamp on it and the woman told me I would get to go to the signing to to meet the cast and crew of Voltron Legendary Defender, I was overjoyed. I didn’t actually think I would’ve ever gotten the opportunity to meet them, let alone see them light up in awe at one of the art pieces I had done. I was actually very insecure about the piece and was wondering if I should show it to them, but my friend pushed me and told me to go for it. (Thank you Jacquee). When I showed Joaquim Dos Santos @2-cents , Lauren Montgomery @thebestlaurenmontgomery , and Tim Hedrick, (I couldn’t find his blog) the piece, their responses were so positive and it just meant the world to me. Joaquim may not have realized how much it meant to me when he said “can’t wait to work for you or with you someday!” Because, hearing that from one of my 3 biggest heroes, and getting to meet them, it was unbelievable and so surreal. (Lauren drew me the Lance and I adore her and the drawing so much!) They were the kindest, most humble, and sweetest people, and so was the voice cast! @bext-k , @joshkeaton , @kimberlybrooks , @thejeremyshada , and Tyler Labine’s (I couldn’t find his blog either :( I’m sad), reactions to it were also incredible and they looked so excited when they saw it! Honestly, I really just want to thank all of them for making this experience the most unforgettable day of my life. I’d been feeling very down about just my skills as an artist and creator but hearing their genuine compliments and encouragement, it made me feel like I will get to where I want to be someday. So thank you to the cast and crew of Voltron because you’ve changed my life for the better just with the fantastic work and talent you put into this show and how much love and passion you have for what you do! As well as all the love and compassion you have for your fans! We couldn’t had asked for a better team and I hope you know you inspire us every day to, in the words of space dad, “Go and be great!” 💙

Renew Lucifer Project


The response has been immeasurably large for this project! So first off, let me thank everybody who has helped pushed this to become a reality.

Secondly, let’s thank @mariamorningstar for stepping up to the plate and volunteering to be our video editor. :)

So here are the nitty gritty details!

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday February 10th @ 12PM EST.

What’s Required:

1) A photo or short video of you, your friends, your family, your dog, an entire classroom of people…etc… holding up a sign that says #RENEWLUCIFERS3 (Feel free to be as creative as possible. It just doesn’t have to be at your home, it could be outside, at school, at a mall, a park - get as creative as possible! I fully encourage it, but the only requirement I do have, is to just be yourself!)

2) OPTIONAL: We’re creating an intro, so if you guys want to stand behind a white wall and video tape yourselves saying the follow as our introduction, we’ll cut together an amazing opening!

“This is a thank you.”

“To the cast, the crew, the writers, directors, and all those involved in the amazing production of Lucifer.”

“The fans have spoken. And we really want a Season 3.”

“We’re ready to make a deal with the Devil. But in the meantime, let’s celebrate you.”

Where to Send Your Submission:

Please send all submissions to

Inside the email:

Please attach your photo or video(s)

Include either your name or your username (if you don’t want your real name to be used)

City and Country you live in

We’ll make a credits list at the end of the video with everyone’s names and places you’re from, so everyone can see how far and wide we originate from!

Again, the deadline for all submissions is 2/10/17 @ 12PM EST.

If you have any questions, please feel free to shoot me an email from the above link or on here.

The most important part, is to just be yourself and have fun with this! I look forward to hearing from everyone!

Good luck! :)

EDIT: Willing to extend final submission date to February 18th. So if two days isn’t enough time. Never fear, we won’t leave you out. We want everyone to participate. I only made a short deadline because people tend to forget with too much time. 😈

BareStage Productions’ Heathers: The Musical is officially closed. That was one hell of a run and we couldn’t have done it without you. A shoutout to our incredible cast, crew, designers, pit and supporters. THANK YOU. We made it beautiful. ❤️💛💚💙

a thank you/love letter.

Six years ago, we stumbled into a little town in Maine called Storybrooke. We fought dragons, traveled through realms, defeated curses, found happy endings, and most importantly, we fell in love with possibly the most screwed up family tree in the history of the world.

Like for most of the fandom today, it’s been a really, really long week. We went from celebrating a wonderful wedding to feeling like the world had been abruptly yanked out from underneath our feet the next morning. This week has felt like it’s been leading up to a funeral and I’ve never been more heartbroken or devastated. And I know, for many fans, this finale is the end. 

I’ve been in plenty of fandoms and loved just as many shows as before OUAT came into my life and there will be probably more to come after. What I can’t imagine is anything else having so much of my heart as this show does. I’ve been incredibly lucky to have met many of the cast and long after this, I’ll always respect, support, and love them in their future endeavors as they deserve and I hope you all will too. 

The people I’ve met, the experiences I’ve had, and the journey I’ve been on has made this show mean more to me than I’ve ever known before. To a lot of people outside of the fandom life, it’s just a show, it’s just a character, it’s just a movie, whatever. Never let anyone tell you that something as simple as a show can’t inspire the very best in people; or even worse, that they aren’t real. These characters were real, their relationships were real, their stories were real and they changed every single one of our lives.

Thank you to this spectacular cast of Ginnifer, Josh, Jennifer, Colin, Jared, Lana, Rebecca, Emilie, and Robert for everything they’ve given us. Thank you to the enormous supporting cast of actors and behind the scenes crew from Vancouver to LA.

And finally, thanks to you, our followers. We have had lots, lots of ups and downs in this fandom throughout the years, but one thing we’ve all agreed with and never wavered on is our love for this show. Storybrooke Mirror has been here since day one and we will continue to be long after it’s over. Whether or not you’ll be with us in Season 7, please do what makes you happy. And never forget the most important thing that OUAT taught us: there is always hope.

Last night’s episode of Brooklyn Nine Nine addressed stop-and-frisk, racism and (loosely) police brutality. When I was the episode description, I admit that my first thought was “Oh God, there’s no way they can address this in a sitcom without being super tropey or not being funny.”

I was wrong. Partly.

The main plot featured Sergeant Jeffords (played by Terry Crews) getting hit with a stop-and-frisk off duty in his neighborhood. He struggles with the idea of risking his career to report the officer who stopped him, but ultimately decides he can’t let it go unreported.

This part wasn’t funny. The characters covered this with a lot of sensitivity and brought a new facet of awareness to a very real issue. But the subplot, where Jake and Amy watch Terry’s kids, was HILARIOUS. It was just the right amount of comic relief and fluffy romance to remind me the that I was watching a sitcom. Here, they did put a funny spin on racism when Terry’s twins ask them if it’s bad to be black and Jake and Amy don’t know how to answer. After an awkward stammer wherein Amy says it hard to be a woman and Jake says you don’t have to be a woman if that isn’t you, they stumble into a very solid answer. Even through the comedy, this episode hit the nail on the head. 

I guess what I’m getting at is a huge “thank you” to the cast and crew of Brooklyn Nine Nine for proving me wrong and finding a captivating way to talk about racism.