#remember when sookie was played by a fat actress and there were literally no jokes about her weight on the show? #remember how she wasn’t defined by her weight? #remember how she got to date and get married and have kids and not be just the token funny fat friend of the main character? #remember when she ~got her life together and was happy before lorelai and that wasn’t seen as threatening?
remember how her insecurities (which she did have, because doesn’t everyone?) had nothing to do with her appearance and were more about her artistic failures, her ability to be a mom, her “annoying quirks” she thought Jackson would get tired of?
remember how even though she was often clumsy forgetful and disorganized she was still portrayed as a competent adult? remember how her decision to get married and have kids didn’t diminish her career as a master chef and entrepreneur? remember how she was a bubbly and funny supporting character without being shallow or unintelligent?
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10:41 am • 18 October 2014 • 50,899 notes
do you ever just want to listen to the same song for a week or maybe two
9:56 am • 18 October 2014 • 318,477 notes
Ah you’re reading watchmen? I love that book. The way they just [clenches fist] watch all those fricking men
9:43 am • 18 October 2014 • 5,834 notes
||babe come over
||I can't I'm having a threesome with an older couple
||my parents aren't home
9:12 am • 18 October 2014 • 353,936 notes
Although the show’s writing staff had urged Duchovny to end the episode with the dissolve from the ballfield where Dales holds the dying Exley back to Mulder and Dales in present day, Duchovny resisted taking out his epilogue with Mulder and Scully.
"It was very important that there be something like an old-fashioned moral. The whole story was about how it affected Mulder and Scully. What did we learn?
"It was really important to me that Mulder and Scully have communication on this issue, but that it not be literal. And it was important that the audience realize Mulder had called Scully up to the ballfield because he learned something about life. I wanted him to impart it to Scully without telling her what it was. At first he was going to tell her, but the last line belonged to Scully, who said, ‘Shut up, I’m playing baseball.’ As usual, Scully got it, and told him to shut up. Here’s Mulder, he’s learned this big lesson, he’s going to tell Scully all about it, and she just intuitively grasps it and tells him to shut up because she’s playing. What he’s supposed to have learned is the value of just loving the game."
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10:29 pm • 17 October 2014 • 344 notes
Ph. Lobke Leijser
I DIDNT UNDERSTAND THAT SHE WAS WEARING A SWEATER WITH WHITE SLEEVES I ONLY SAW THE BLACK AND GOT REALLY SCARED BECAUSE I THOUGHT SHE HAD FREAKISHLY SKINNY SLENDERMAN ARMS OH GOD
I THOUGHT IT WAS A GIGANTIC CAT!
9:30 pm • 16 October 2014 • 144,642 notes