tv: dawsons's creek

Why Every Single One of My Young Followers Should Watch Dawson's Creek:
  • Joey: I felt it.
  • Pacey: What?
  • Joey: This morning, in bed. Your arm brushed my arm and...I felt it.
  • Pacey: And what did it feel like?
  • Joey: It made me feel alive.
  • Pacey: ...
  • Joey: ...
  • Pacey: OK. Joey? I'm gonna kiss you now-
  • Joey: Pace-
  • Pacey: -JO? No. You can not say something like what you just said to me and not expect me to want to kiss you. So that's what I'm going to do. I'm going to kiss you in about 10 seconds. And if you don't want me to? Well you're just going to have to stop me.
  • Joey: ...
  • Pacey: ...
  • Joey: ...
  • Pacey: ...10.
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For those who don’t know, there is a pilot in limbo at NBC. It hasn’t been picked up to series nor passed on yet. The Sackett Sisters, which also had a put pilot commitment, is from the 30 Rock trio of creator/executive producer Tina Fey, executive producer Robert Carlock and former writer Luke Del Tredici. Penned by Brooklyn Nine-Nine executive producer Del Tredici, The Sackett Sisters is about two estranged sisters played by Busy Phillips and Casey Wilson, who perform a Sully Sullenberger-esque act of public heroism, then are forced to navigate their new found notoriety together. Use the #mustseesackett on Twitter and Instagram to show your interest in the pilot; it’s already trended on Twitter and NBC’s Instagram comments are flooded with it!

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We all start off in kindergarten thinking that we can be anything that we want to be, and by the time we get here, we…we’ve somehow lost that feeling. We’ve all started to believe whatever our parents or friends have told us about what we can achieve and who we can be in life, and…and we’ve forgotten about that possibility that we had when we were younger. And that’s what I think we all have in common, and that’s what the symbol on my painting means - possibility. I painted it because I thought we could all use a daily reminder that, if you believe in yourself, even when the odds seem stacked against you, anything’s possible.

Il commento più comune su Dawson’s creek è: Dawson era inutile, perché non l’hanno chiamato Pacey’s creek? E HANNO RAGIONE. Lo voglio dire sul balcone col pigiama. Hanno ragione. Dawson è il perno depresso dello show. È un adolescente di 45 anni che annoia qualsiasi persona. Tant’è che Dawson si trova benissimo con tale Joey Potter, una capra tibetana anch’essa depressa che si muove su una barchetta e non suona mai alla porta (per paura di trovarsi davanti la madre brutta o il padre scemo di Dawson) ma raggiunge la stanza di Dawson salendo e scendendo una scala a pioli purtroppo mai scivolosa. Pacey nasce come sidekick comico e sfigatello. Ha un pessimo rapporto con la sua famiglia e nessuno lo prende sul serio. È uno scemolone tontolone (quindi già in cima alla mia classifica) finché non incontra una ragazza con molti problemi e allora lui cambia e matura e diventa il FIDANZATO IDEALE. La fidanzata con problemi ha un fratello con problemi e lui è il COGNATO IDEALE. Tutte queste persone hanno 45 anni, tranne Pacey. Pacey ha l’età giusta e soprattutto ha le guanciotte. Le guanciotte di Pacey sono il deus ex machina dello show. Il padre della capra tibetana viene arrestato per la centesima volta? Che ci importa, ci sono le guaniotte di Pacey. Jen muore? Ok, ma per fortuna abbiamo l’intervento salvifico delle guanciotte. Ti voglio bene di un bene sincero, Pacey Witter.

Io comunque ho sempre odiato la nonna di Jen. Pure quando loro due si ritrovano. L’ho sempre odiata.

Personaggio preferito: Abby Morgan. Anni fa creai anche una pagina facebook su di lei. Abby ha il monologo migliore di tutta la serie e ricordo con affetto il suo giacchetto con pelliccia. 

missmudpie  asked:

Dawson's Creek! (Unless someone has already asked; in that case, Stranger Things). (Also, what Disney movies are you watching?)

Originally posted by dawsonscreekdaily

Dawson’s Creek

  • my all-time ultimate fave character: Pacey Witter
  • a character I didn’t used to like but now do: Jen Lindley
  • a character I used to like but now don’t: Andie McPhee
  • a character I’m indifferent about: Dawson Leery (tho lbr, I detest him)
  • a character who deserved better: Jack McPhee/Jen Lindley
  • a ship I’ve never been able to get into: Pacey/Andie
  • a ship I’ve never been able to get over: Pacey/Joey
  • a cute, low-key ship: Jack/Joey
  • an unpopular ship but I still enjoyed it: Jack/Doug (is it unpopular?)
  • a ship that was totally wrong and never should have happened: Dawson/Joey
  • my favourite storyline/moment: The whole “True Love” boat stuff from season 3
  • a storyline that never should have been written: Dawson/Joey in s5. Was that s5? Whenever it was, I skipped it.
  • my first thoughts on the show: what is this teen angst nonsense?
  • my thoughts now: I will ship Pacey/Joey till the day I die. Also: Dawson is the worst.

send me a show!

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“Maybe not all friendships need to be saved. Maybe we’re meant to just spend a certain part of our lives with certain people and then move on.”

“What’s a soulmate?”

“Well, it’s like a best friend, but more. It’s the one person in the world who knows you better than anyone else. It’s someone who makes you a better person. Actually, they don’t make you a better person. You do that yourself, because they inspire you. A soul mate is someone who you carry with you forever. It’s the one person who…who knew you and accepted you and believed in you before anyone else did, or when no one else would, and no matter what happens, you’ll always love them. Nothing can ever change that.”

—  Dawson’s creek - what’s a soulmate?