This rapist face gets eights. Consensually, I might add.
Is it your birthday today? Happy birthday, mami.
Not until the sixth! But thanks, bb. <3
Of Monsters and Men, “Slow and Steady”
The lights go out I am all alone/ All the trees outside are buried in the snow/I spend my night dancing with my own shadow/And it holds me and it never lets me go
I move slow and steady/But I feel like a waterfall/Yeah I move slow and steady/Past the ones that I used to know
My dear old friend take me for a spin/Two wolves in the dark, running in the wind/I’m letting go but I’ve never felt better/Passing by all the monsters in my head
And I’m never ready/‘Cause I know I know I know/That time won’t let me/Show what I want to show
Jane Lynch Delivers Breakfast in New York City
Alison: And we’re all messed up. Except you, Sarah.
Sarah: Oh, I’m the biggest mess there is, Alison.
This Is How Tatiana Maslany Steals The Show From Herself
Helena, eating sugar and sniffing Sarah’s jacket | Sarah, The Annoying-Sister | Sarah-as-Beth Returns | Alison smells a touchdown | Cophine | Alison-I’m-a-bitch-fighter-Hendrix | ORLY. Just underwear under that red coat? | Eff’d-Up!Alison | Broken!Helena
Entangled Bank - Orphan Black, 1.08
So here it is everyone, the Steve Martin monologue that was a tribute to Gilda Radner. She had died that afternoon, the same day as the season finale. While Steve is presenting the “Dancing in the Dark” sketch (from the Steve Martin/Blues Brothers episode) he’s trying to hold back tears. This was just an unforgettable SNL moment that crushes your heart when you watch it.
I’m bringing this back because today is May 20th. On this day 24 years ago, we lost Gilda Radner.
i cannot emphasize enough how much i love that - thomas and leekie nonwithstanding - orphan black’s real Big Bad is thatcherism.
“What happened to you?”
“I don’t know.”
Breaking Bad meme: two side-characters [1/2] — Skyler White
“I don’t need to hear any of your bullshit rationales. I’m in it now. I’m compromised. But I won’t, I will not have my children living in a house where dealing drugs, and hurting people and killing people is shrugged off as ‘shit happens.’”
“Lorne Michaels would get a lot of wear out of his black suits over the years. Indeed, too much. He saw many former cast members meet heartbreakingly premature ends. No one broke more hearts, however, than the former SNL star and member of the founding family of 1975 who died on May 20, 1989, at the age of forty-two. Anyone given half a chance, it seemed, had fallen in love with her, whether literally or vicariously. In the history of the show, there were no brighter lights. Gilda Radner. ”
Rest in peace, Gilda Radner | June 28, 1946 - May 20, 1989