Ryan Murphy:That's preposterous. Is she even still on this show? Next idea.
Brad Falchuk:Let's have Santana and Brittany finally get together!
Ryan Murphy:NO! They will take the spotlight off of Kurt and Blaine's epic romance. Next.
Ian Brennan:We could finally introduce Rachel's dads.
Brad Falchuk:That's a great idea.
Ryan Murphy:Boring. No one wants to see them.
Ian Brennan:Well do you have any ideas?
Ryan Murphy:Purple. Everything purple. Purple pianos. Purple shirts. The Glee club can sing that song "Purple People Eater" song. Purple is so gay. Purple will resonate with the audience. Everyone likes purple.
Ian Brennan:I thought rainbows were the gay symbol.
Azog - Conan Stevens Alfrid - Ryan Gage Bard - Luke Evans Balin - Ken Stott Beorn - Mikael Persbrandt Bifur - William Kircher Bilbo Baggins - Martin Freeman Bofur - James Nesbitt Bombur - Steven Hunter Dori - Mark Hadlow Drogo Baggins - Ryan Cage Dwalin - Graham McTavish Elrond - Hugo Weaving …
Come on guys, we need more Fellowship reunion up in here. Frodo and Legolas? Good start, but what about the rest of my hobbitses? What about Aragorn aka Captain Sexypants? I THINK WE CAN FLASH FORWARD A LITTLE FOR THE SAKE OF GETTING THE CAST BACK TOGETHER.
just to prove that I can post personal updates without being angsty
Today got gradually better. I stopped freaking out once I was forced to smile and small talk with a bunch of interesting people who I feel like I might never run into again. Except now I’m feeling all socialed-out and exhausted and will probably skip Casino Night - maybe I’ll wander around campus on my own for a little. ANYWAYS. College is weird and unfamiliar still, but panic-mode is over for now. I CAN TOTALLY DO THIS, YOU GUYS. I CAN TOTALLY COLLEGE.
You’ve read it, y/n? I actually have not seen the movie yet because everyone I spoke to was disappointed with it and disappointment is one of my least favorite emotions, but Watchmen (the book) is. My life. fjghfjfjfjhjghgjf
I have not read the book…
I watched it with my brother…and I remember being really tired and kind of not getting it, but mostly liking it. But the book was amazing. I feel like I should probably see the movie again and form a real opinion, but part of me worries it’s going to be like that time when I watched V for Vendetta and loved it, then read the book and loved it, then watched the movie again and thought it was a ripoff of Phantom of the Opera that had very little to do with the book. BUT I guess I won’t know until I see it again.