Amy Poehler on American Apparel (via killerkait)
Haha, you’re saying it to everyone, right? Thanks, anyway :) That’s how I feel atm:
OMG thanks!!! I felt the same way about your Tumblr <3
Top 5 fandoms you’ll see: The Social Network and all the members of the cast in everything they do next. Community. Glee. Arrested Development. Parks & Recreation.
Top 3 celebrities you’ll see: it’s hard to say cos my priorities change as often as wind, but the recurring ones are Andrew Garfield, Jesse Eisenberg and Darren Criss.
Top 3 other topics you’ll see: movies in general, uncontrollable shameless fangirling and memorable quotes from nice books.
Do I make graphics? I made a couple of gifs in the past and I’d love to continue and get better, but I need some good tutorials/someone to teach me.
Do I liveblog? I liveblog during awards shows, but I’m not big on it.
My ask box is: always open and accepting everything. I always reply on everything, cos I’m not Tumblr famous (whatever this term means) and I appreciate every and each one of you.
- So welcome creepily happy Ron Swanson, ladies and gentlemen.
- I’ve never been more aroused.
If deep down inside, under the endemic disgruntlement of The Office or endemic egomania of 30 Rock, most sitcom characters are “good people,” on Parks there’s no deep down inside about it. Has a sitcom ever had so many characters that are variations on ”sweet, kind person?” The driven sweet, kind Leslie; the goofy sweet, kind Andy; the grounded sweet, kind Ann; the guarded sweet, kind Ben; and Ron, whose mustache only hides the sweet, kind guy lurking underneath. Even the romance between Andy and April is a story about the power of niceness. In the words of Parks’s showrunner Michael Schur, April is a young woman who “feels out of place in this town; her friends are all ironic and hip and sour.” But she learns “You don’t have to be bitter and sad all the time about your place in life,” thanks to Andy, “this big happy golden retriever who is just very full of love and joy.”
- Willa Paskin on Parks & Recreation, New York Mag.