You know what else I don’t get about ADHD? We have to go through hell and back and bounce between doctors and psychologists for months to get diagnosed but once you do your doctor just writes you a prescription without any advice and without bothering to tell you that
you’re not supposed to eat grapefruit when taking ADHD medication
you can’t eat or drink citrus fruit, soda, Gatorade, and anything carbonated an hour before and after taking your medication
you should monitor your heart rate if you take the decongestant psuedophedrine when you have adderall in your system because it also has the side effect of increased heart rate
you should really avoid caffeine when on adderall (haha I know we’re all hooked on caffeine) but lots of people with add feel like they need to be drinking a “study beverage” like coffee/energy drinks constantly while working. Give your adderall the 1-3 hours it needs to kick in before you do this, drink a placebo beverage like decaf tea instead
I’m not a pharmacist, none of this is medical advice, but as the girl who used to start her day with a whole grapefruit and glass of orange juice… I wish I’d known this. I got more instructions for my strep throat medication then I ever got for adderall.
Here we have Mads Mikkelsen, stuck in something I made with pal James Woodcock. It had to look mean, nasty and uncomfortable - all iron, leather and chains,..but in reality wasn’t too bad to be in at all. -Matt Rowe
“I thought that Christmas was our last one?” he whispered, hardly daring to breathe lest she vanished like some ghostly apparition of Christmases past.
Or blew away like smoke.
“Every Christmas is Last Christmas.” she said, smiling sadly at the memory. She stepped closer, grasping his hands with hers, her grip firm and blessedly real. “But you and I have always made an exception to that rule.”
[Cue opening credits to the 2017 Doctor Who Christmas special.]
The final scene of Doomsday vs. the same scene from The Runaway Bride
From the Runaway Bride commentary track with David Tennant and Julie Gardner:
Julie: There we have Donna entering your TARDIS
David: Interestingly, that sequence was the closing seconds of Doomsday
David: …which was the end of series two - but not those actual pictures. We
re-shot it. We have two directors of photography on Doctor Who, Ernie
and Rory. Ernie shot Doomsday in the way he likes to shoot the TARDIS
and likes to light the TARDIS, which is lots of greens and lots of
reds. Rory prefers it to be a more kind of golden affair
Yeah - a bit more yellow-y
Yeah, so the version of that scene would fit with the scene we’re now
in [the rest of the Doctor/Donna initial scene in the TARDIS] we had to re-shoot it
and do a kind-of Rory version of the scene.
and did you make different choices as an actor the second time?
No, in fact we had the dvd player by the side of the set to try to
re-create it as exactly as we possibly could, so that you wouldn’t
necessarily notice that it was different - although I just told you, so
that gives that away
I feel like we’re gonna turn into the Star Wars version of Snopes…
We have spoken on the show about Carrie’s extensive script doctoring, most prominently in the 1990s (Hook, Sister Act, SW Prequels). We also spoke about, in our Empire episode: Han Solo; a big cream filling (thank you Carrie for Inspiring the title), about how Carrie felt very much left out of the process of rewriting. Rewriting done on the fly by director Irvin Kershner (a.k.a ‘Kersh’) and in a few occasions Harrison Ford. (”I know.” “You old smoothie.” to name a few) We talk about the famous transcript showing this in Episode 11. Carrie’s latest book is dedicated to Irvin (among many), she wouldn’t want his credit taken away. Please pass it on.(X) SOURCE USED FOR THE SHOW AND BELOW.