“The advantages are obvious — it’s a jolt of creative energy, and if you don’t jolt your show with a bolt of electricity every so often it can get stale. The pitfalls are that it’s a risk to shake up a world that fans have been invested in, in a certain way, for a long time. But we felt like it wasn’t so massive so as to violate the contract we’ve made with our viewers, as long we’re still telling stories with the same characters. Except that next season four of them are Cylons.”
— Mike Schur on the Parks & Rec finale (x)
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9:48 pm • 24 April 2014 • 66 notes
"She was more disturbed by Mr. Knightley’s not dancing than by any thing else.—There he was, among the standers-by, where he ought not to be; he ought to be dancing,—not classing himself with the husbands, and fathers, and whist-players, who were pretending to feel an interest in the dance till their rubbers were made up,—so young as he looked!— He could not have appeared to greater advantage perhaps anywhere, than where he had placed himself. His tall, firm, upright figure, among the bulky forms and stooping shoulders of the elderly men, was such as Emma felt must draw every body’s eyes; and,excepting her own partner, there was not one among the whole row of young men who could be compared with him."
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9:38 pm • 21 April 2014 • 1,129 notes
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Got myself a new mug to help motivate me in the morning.
8:54 am • 21 April 2014 • 29 notes
This will forever be my favorite story told by Eddie Redmayne.
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7:41 am • 21 April 2014 • 12,390 notes
'Isn't a kind of a trip to know you have your own action figure?' 'It’s pretty dope.’ (c)
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8:19 pm • 19 April 2014 • 9,052 notes