lirazel: ([kpop] ot7)
SO. I am awake after a great night’s sleep and have come with my feelings re: the mv. I decided to type them up before I read anyone else’s opinions because I am all too easily influenced. But know that these are not set in stone: I reserve the right to change my mind about anything and everything. I will provide you first with MY EMOTIONS! MY EMOTIONS! and then with my actual thoughts. Just in case anyone cares.

cut for ridiculousness )
lirazel: ([kd] confirmation)
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People!  Friends of mine!  I want to tell you about this girl because she needs to be part of your life.  This is Jung Eunji of kpop girl group APink portraying Sung Si Won from Reply 1997, and she is the first realistic depiction of a fangirl I've ever seen on TV.  Because she's an actual fangirl: she writes slashfic about her band of choice, she waits in line for hours for tickets and CDs, she knows ridiculous details about her bias that only a real fangirl would know, she has clashes with her dad who wants her to focus more on her studies and less on some stupid band, she guilts her bff into taping their TV appearances when she can't watch them (on VHS of course!  This is 1997, after all).  And sometimes she takes things too far--no, Si Won, you cannot climb over the wall to Tony-oppa's house! that is not okay!--and is kind of ridiculous, and sometimes the show laughs at her, but never, ever in a mean-hearted or mocking way, because this show loves Si Won and her passion and her wholehearted approach to life.  It even allows her to have the most amazing Crowning Moment of Fangirl I could imagine (involving a college application--you'd have to see it to believe it) and it doesn't make her "grow out" of her fangirl ways: she carries them with her right into adulthood, even if she does learn to be a bit more prudent in how she lives them.


And she is why you should watch this show.  There are lots of other reasons to watch it, of course: the fact that it has such a great affection for its families, both biological and found; that it understands friendships and gives us great ones that are complicated but beautiful; that it has the most moving, compassionate, and progressive portrayal of a gay character that Korean TV has ever given us; that it has the most amazing OTP (and an absolutely adorable B couple, too!); that it portrays perfectly what it feels like to be a teenager--when your world is both small and cozy like your hometown and so much bigger than you can wrap your mind around--and to take steps into adulthood and make the choices that will shape your life.  Those are all fantastic reasons. 


But Si Won is the real reason, her and the other fangirls in this show.  In a way, I think you could say this series is a love letter to fangirls.  WATCH IT. Because sometimes you just want to see someone else who's overcome by fangirl feels:



behind the cut: more reasons this show is awesome! )

lirazel: ([kd] confirmation)
tumblr_m9r9ioSTf81ret6c7o1_500 crop 2

People!  Friends of mine!  I want to tell you about this girl because she needs to be part of your life.  This is Jung Eunji of kpop girl group APink portraying Sung Si Won from Reply 1997, and she is the first realistic depiction of a fangirl I've ever seen on TV.  Because she's an actual fangirl: she writes slashfic about her band of choice, she waits in line for hours for tickets and CDs, she knows ridiculous details about her bias that only a real fangirl would know, she has clashes with her dad who wants her to focus more on her studies and less on some stupid band, she guilts her bff into taping their TV appearances when she can't watch them (on VHS of course!  This is 1997, after all).  And sometimes she takes things too far--no, Si Won, you cannot climb over the wall to Tony-oppa's house! that is not okay!--and is kind of ridiculous, and sometimes the show laughs at her, but never, ever in a mean-hearted or mocking way, because this show loves Si Won and her passion and her wholehearted approach to life.  It even allows her to have the most amazing Crowning Moment of Fangirl I could imagine (involving a college application--you'd have to see it to believe it) and it doesn't make her "grow out" of her fangirl ways: she carries them with her right into adulthood, even if she does learn to be a bit more prudent in how she lives them.


And she is why you should watch this show.  There are lots of other reasons to watch it, of course: the fact that it has such a great affection for its families, both biological and found; that it understands friendships and gives us great ones that are complicated but beautiful; that it has the most moving, compassionate, and progressive portrayal of a gay character that Korean TV has ever given us; that it has the most amazing OTP (and an absolutely adorable B couple, too!); that it portrays perfectly what it feels like to be a teenager--when your world is both small and cozy like your hometown and so much bigger than you can wrap your mind around--and to take steps into adulthood and make the choices that will shape your life.  Those are all fantastic reasons. 


But Si Won is the real reason, her and the other fangirls in this show.  In a way, I think you could say this series is a love letter to fangirls.  WATCH IT. Because sometimes you just want to see someone else who's overcome by fangirl feels:



behind the cut: more reasons this show is awesome! )

lirazel: ([cmty] you can't disappoint a picture)
Y'all FMM is out to destroy my soul. I cannot with this. I cannot.
lirazel: ([cmty] you can't disappoint a picture)
Y'all FMM is out to destroy my soul. I cannot with this. I cannot.
lirazel: ([cmty] you can't disappoint a picture)
Y'all FMM is out to destroy my soul. I cannot with this. I cannot.
lirazel: ([kd] what kind of person is she?)
+ Okay, so I did this thing where I wrote a scene for my novel before I actually started writing the novel in the proper order (I do this a lot). And I liked it! It was a good scene! So I was kind of writing toward it, if that makes any sense, and I was really looking forward to reaching the point where I could plug it in to the story.

Well, I just reached that point only…I realize that I wrote it from the perspective of Boy Character when the rest of the novel has been from the POV of Girl Character. SO I HAVE TO REWRITE IT. Even though it’s really good as it is! *sigh*

+ I have (at least) two big climactic scenes in the novel (because my novel is a lady, not a man), and I’m getting very close to the first one and FREAKING OUT. What if it doesn’t have the right emotional resonance? AAAAAH! I can’t figure out why this is so much harder for me than fic is. Is it a psychological thing? Was fic this hard for me when I first started writing it? (That was over 10 years ago! I don’t remember!)

+ Even if you have no interest in Kdramas, you should probably get on Hulu or Dramafever and watch City Hunter. It is so damn accessible. And Korean Batman >>>>>>>> American Batman. Plus: best heroine EVER! She hella competent and strong and has taken care of herself for years but she’s also incredibly emotionally open and adorable, which is a combination I don’t feel like you see a lot of? She’s the best. And check out these boyfriends (unless you're a spoiler-phobe. But I feel like it's only vaguely spoiler-y?).

+ Also, Lee Min Ho is rather attractive.

Photobucket

So there’s that.

+ The kdramas I've been watching lately (specifically Mawang and City Hunter) have these fantastic, complex relationships between guys, especially guys who are very different (think, like Spike and Angel level complex). And I love them. If I was going to be a big slasher, I would slash the heck out of kdrama guys. BUT. It makes me sad that there are no complex relationships between ladies. They're either A) good friends but usually not on a complex or plot-related level or B) competitors/enemies. And hey--this is a problem with Western TV, too, I just happen to be watching more Korean TV at the moment. And it makes me wistful. Why is it that guys get all the nuances of relationships and ladies never do? It makes me pout.

+ You know what was a good show? Recess. I was probably a little too old to be watching it, but I enjoyed it so much with the King of the Playground and the Mean Girl clique of all the girls named Ashley (and then that one random girl who WASN’T named Ashley, and they had a whole episode where the truth came out that one of the Ashleys wasn’t really an Ashley and it was THE DRAMA) and kickball being the Most Important Thing in the World. I was thinking of the episode the other day where the big guy (whose name I can’t remember) sings in the bathroom (and I feel like he was singing “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” or something like that) and he sounds fantastic but then when he sings outside the bathroom he can’t sing at all? And for some reason the other characters need him to sing outside of the bathroom so they, like, put toilets or something in the place where they need him to sing so that he can pretend it’s the bathroom? LULZ.

Anyway, that was a good show.

+ Vampire Diaries meta all over my flist all the time. How does this show that started out so silly inspire so much awesome meta? Damon Salvatore's self-awareness, I love you.

+ And, as expected:





+ Let us not talk about Sansa beating Buffy. I love Sansa loads, but BUFFY ♥♥♥♥♥


+ I actually cannot choose between Scully and Donna. I ended up going with Scully but only barely. HOW CAN YOU POSSIBLY MAKE ME CHOOOOOSE? Caroline vs. Veronica was also evil. EVIL EVIL EVIL.

+ Tami hasn’t got a chance in hell, but you should vote for anyway. *wistful sigh*
lirazel: ([kd] what kind of person is she?)
+ Okay, so I did this thing where I wrote a scene for my novel before I actually started writing the novel in the proper order (I do this a lot). And I liked it! It was a good scene! So I was kind of writing toward it, if that makes any sense, and I was really looking forward to reaching the point where I could plug it in to the story.

Well, I just reached that point only…I realize that I wrote it from the perspective of Boy Character when the rest of the novel has been from the POV of Girl Character. SO I HAVE TO REWRITE IT. Even though it’s really good as it is! *sigh*

+ I have (at least) two big climactic scenes in the novel (because my novel is a lady, not a man), and I’m getting very close to the first one and FREAKING OUT. What if it doesn’t have the right emotional resonance? AAAAAH! I can’t figure out why this is so much harder for me than fic is. Is it a psychological thing? Was fic this hard for me when I first started writing it? (That was over 10 years ago! I don’t remember!)

+ Even if you have no interest in Kdramas, you should probably get on Hulu or Dramafever and watch City Hunter. It is so damn accessible. And Korean Batman >>>>>>>> American Batman. Plus: best heroine EVER! She hella competent and strong and has taken care of herself for years but she’s also incredibly emotionally open and adorable, which is a combination I don’t feel like you see a lot of? She’s the best. And check out these boyfriends (unless you're a spoiler-phobe. But I feel like it's only vaguely spoiler-y?).

+ Also, Lee Min Ho is rather attractive.

Photobucket

So there’s that.

+ The kdramas I've been watching lately (specifically Mawang and City Hunter) have these fantastic, complex relationships between guys, especially guys who are very different (think, like Spike and Angel level complex). And I love them. If I was going to be a big slasher, I would slash the heck out of kdrama guys. BUT. It makes me sad that there are no complex relationships between ladies. They're either A) good friends but usually not on a complex or plot-related level or B) competitors/enemies. And hey--this is a problem with Western TV, too, I just happen to be watching more Korean TV at the moment. And it makes me wistful. Why is it that guys get all the nuances of relationships and ladies never do? It makes me pout.

+ You know what was a good show? Recess. I was probably a little too old to be watching it, but I enjoyed it so much with the King of the Playground and the Mean Girl clique of all the girls named Ashley (and then that one random girl who WASN’T named Ashley, and they had a whole episode where the truth came out that one of the Ashleys wasn’t really an Ashley and it was THE DRAMA) and kickball being the Most Important Thing in the World. I was thinking of the episode the other day where the big guy (whose name I can’t remember) sings in the bathroom (and I feel like he was singing “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” or something like that) and he sounds fantastic but then when he sings outside the bathroom he can’t sing at all? And for some reason the other characters need him to sing outside of the bathroom so they, like, put toilets or something in the place where they need him to sing so that he can pretend it’s the bathroom? LULZ.

Anyway, that was a good show.

+ Vampire Diaries meta all over my flist all the time. How does this show that started out so silly inspire so much awesome meta? Damon Salvatore's self-awareness, I love you.

+ And, as expected:





+ Let us not talk about Sansa beating Buffy. I love Sansa loads, but BUFFY ♥♥♥♥♥


+ I actually cannot choose between Scully and Donna. I ended up going with Scully but only barely. HOW CAN YOU POSSIBLY MAKE ME CHOOOOOSE? Caroline vs. Veronica was also evil. EVIL EVIL EVIL.

+ Tami hasn’t got a chance in hell, but you should vote for anyway. *wistful sigh*
lirazel: ([kd] what kind of person is she?)
+ Okay, so I did this thing where I wrote a scene for my novel before I actually started writing the novel in the proper order (I do this a lot). And I liked it! It was a good scene! So I was kind of writing toward it, if that makes any sense, and I was really looking forward to reaching the point where I could plug it in to the story.

Well, I just reached that point only…I realize that I wrote it from the perspective of Boy Character when the rest of the novel has been from the POV of Girl Character. SO I HAVE TO REWRITE IT. Even though it’s really good as it is! *sigh*

+ I have (at least) two big climactic scenes in the novel (because my novel is a lady, not a man), and I’m getting very close to the first one and FREAKING OUT. What if it doesn’t have the right emotional resonance? AAAAAH! I can’t figure out why this is so much harder for me than fic is. Is it a psychological thing? Was fic this hard for me when I first started writing it? (That was over 10 years ago! I don’t remember!)

+ Even if you have no interest in Kdramas, you should probably get on Hulu or Dramafever and watch City Hunter. It is so damn accessible. And Korean Batman >>>>>>>> American Batman. Plus: best heroine EVER! She hella competent and strong and has taken care of herself for years but she’s also incredibly emotionally open and adorable, which is a combination I don’t feel like you see a lot of? She’s the best. And check out these boyfriends (unless you're a spoiler-phobe. But I feel like it's only vaguely spoiler-y?).

+ Also, Lee Min Ho is rather attractive.

Photobucket

So there’s that.

+ The kdramas I've been watching lately (specifically Mawang and City Hunter) have these fantastic, complex relationships between guys, especially guys who are very different (think, like Spike and Angel level complex). And I love them. If I was going to be a big slasher, I would slash the heck out of kdrama guys. BUT. It makes me sad that there are no complex relationships between ladies. They're either A) good friends but usually not on a complex or plot-related level or B) competitors/enemies. And hey--this is a problem with Western TV, too, I just happen to be watching more Korean TV at the moment. And it makes me wistful. Why is it that guys get all the nuances of relationships and ladies never do? It makes me pout.

+ You know what was a good show? Recess. I was probably a little too old to be watching it, but I enjoyed it so much with the King of the Playground and the Mean Girl clique of all the girls named Ashley (and then that one random girl who WASN’T named Ashley, and they had a whole episode where the truth came out that one of the Ashleys wasn’t really an Ashley and it was THE DRAMA) and kickball being the Most Important Thing in the World. I was thinking of the episode the other day where the big guy (whose name I can’t remember) sings in the bathroom (and I feel like he was singing “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” or something like that) and he sounds fantastic but then when he sings outside the bathroom he can’t sing at all? And for some reason the other characters need him to sing outside of the bathroom so they, like, put toilets or something in the place where they need him to sing so that he can pretend it’s the bathroom? LULZ.

Anyway, that was a good show.

+ Vampire Diaries meta all over my flist all the time. How does this show that started out so silly inspire so much awesome meta? Damon Salvatore's self-awareness, I love you.

+ And, as expected:





+ Let us not talk about Sansa beating Buffy. I love Sansa loads, but BUFFY ♥♥♥♥♥


+ I actually cannot choose between Scully and Donna. I ended up going with Scully but only barely. HOW CAN YOU POSSIBLY MAKE ME CHOOOOOSE? Caroline vs. Veronica was also evil. EVIL EVIL EVIL.

+ Tami hasn’t got a chance in hell, but you should vote for anyway. *wistful sigh*

some things

Mar. 8th, 2012 09:29 am
lirazel: ([hg] girl on fire)
Good morning! I have some random thoughts to share with you because this is my journal.

+ One of the things I love about City Hunter (besides its general EXCELLENCE) is that people actually figure things out. So many plots rest on people being stupid and not seeing what’s right in front of their faces, and I like that this show lets people be smart and put things together LONG before most shows would let them. Then it develops NEW ways to generate suspense instead of just dragging out the old ones forever to the point of disbelief. Good job, show!

+ Lee Yoon Sung has a sense of humor, and I like that about him. Yeah, he’s typically angsty, but he also is a goof. I imagine if he’d been raised by his mother, he would just be a goof all of the time. Favorite lines include: “I care a lot about my hairstyle” and “You wrinkled my clothes.” There was also something he said the first time he took a shower at Na Na’s house that was HILARIOUS but I cannot now remember what it was. Alas.

+ Kim Na Na is one of the most excellent heroines EVER. She’s brave and capable and kick-ass, but she’s also really emotionally open, and I love that. I am forever in love with [Unknown site tag]when she tells Yoon Sung that her feelings are hers, and she’s not going to force them on him but that he needs to cut it out with the being a jerk in attempts to push her away. Best thing EVER.

+ I am seriously considering shelling out $70 so I can own Mawang on DVD. We’ll see if I actually do it.

+ I am getting really giddy-excited in anticipation for The Borgias. LUCREZIA AND CESARE MY LOOOOOOVES. And Juan’s stupid face!

+ Also getting excited about Hunger Games! I have so many mixed feelings about the books, but I did love the first one straight-up, and the BFF and I are going for her birthday, so I am pleased. Also, Katniss remains awesome, even if her books don’t quite measure up to her.

+ My novel writing continues to go wonderfully. I shall not say more for fear of talking myself into a bad place. But I really do actually think I could get this one published, y’all. After a TON of cleaning it up, obviously.

+ On the other hand, I have written NO FIC in what feels like forever, so y'all should encourage me to do that.


And now for some FMM-related thoughts:

+ The Happy Endings poll makes me happiest of all the polls because the love is spread so evenly amongst the characters (except for Dave. Sorry, Dave). A show where everyone is that loved? Very rare, and it makes me happy.

+ Robin is just baaaarely beating Barney. I am going to cry if he beats her. I really am.

+ I don’t understand why Chris wins the Skins spot EVERY YEAR. I love Chris, but he’s that beloved? I just don’t know. I voted for Grace because of REASONS. But I also could have gone with Michelle or Tony.

+ I wish all the Damon voters would switch their votes to Elena as Damon CLEARLY would want them to do. I love Caroline like mad, and I will campaign for her against loads of people, but I just wish Elena could win this year. *wistful*

+ I wish I could come up with a fandom institution as awesome as the Fandom March Madness or Yuletide because the idea of bringing that much joy to fandom just makes me happy.

some things

Mar. 8th, 2012 09:29 am
lirazel: ([hg] girl on fire)
Good morning! I have some random thoughts to share with you because this is my journal.

+ One of the things I love about City Hunter (besides its general EXCELLENCE) is that people actually figure things out. So many plots rest on people being stupid and not seeing what’s right in front of their faces, and I like that this show lets people be smart and put things together LONG before most shows would let them. Then it develops NEW ways to generate suspense instead of just dragging out the old ones forever to the point of disbelief. Good job, show!

+ Lee Yoon Sung has a sense of humor, and I like that about him. Yeah, he’s typically angsty, but he also is a goof. I imagine if he’d been raised by his mother, he would just be a goof all of the time. Favorite lines include: “I care a lot about my hairstyle” and “You wrinkled my clothes.” There was also something he said the first time he took a shower at Na Na’s house that was HILARIOUS but I cannot now remember what it was. Alas.

+ Kim Na Na is one of the most excellent heroines EVER. She’s brave and capable and kick-ass, but she’s also really emotionally open, and I love that. I am forever in love with [Unknown site tag]when she tells Yoon Sung that her feelings are hers, and she’s not going to force them on him but that he needs to cut it out with the being a jerk in attempts to push her away. Best thing EVER.

+ I am seriously considering shelling out $70 so I can own Mawang on DVD. We’ll see if I actually do it.

+ I am getting really giddy-excited in anticipation for The Borgias. LUCREZIA AND CESARE MY LOOOOOOVES. And Juan’s stupid face!

+ Also getting excited about Hunger Games! I have so many mixed feelings about the books, but I did love the first one straight-up, and the BFF and I are going for her birthday, so I am pleased. Also, Katniss remains awesome, even if her books don’t quite measure up to her.

+ My novel writing continues to go wonderfully. I shall not say more for fear of talking myself into a bad place. But I really do actually think I could get this one published, y’all. After a TON of cleaning it up, obviously.

+ On the other hand, I have written NO FIC in what feels like forever, so y'all should encourage me to do that.


And now for some FMM-related thoughts:

+ The Happy Endings poll makes me happiest of all the polls because the love is spread so evenly amongst the characters (except for Dave. Sorry, Dave). A show where everyone is that loved? Very rare, and it makes me happy.

+ Robin is just baaaarely beating Barney. I am going to cry if he beats her. I really am.

+ I don’t understand why Chris wins the Skins spot EVERY YEAR. I love Chris, but he’s that beloved? I just don’t know. I voted for Grace because of REASONS. But I also could have gone with Michelle or Tony.

+ I wish all the Damon voters would switch their votes to Elena as Damon CLEARLY would want them to do. I love Caroline like mad, and I will campaign for her against loads of people, but I just wish Elena could win this year. *wistful*

+ I wish I could come up with a fandom institution as awesome as the Fandom March Madness or Yuletide because the idea of bringing that much joy to fandom just makes me happy.

some things

Mar. 8th, 2012 09:29 am
lirazel: ([hg] girl on fire)
Good morning! I have some random thoughts to share with you because this is my journal.

+ One of the things I love about City Hunter (besides its general EXCELLENCE) is that people actually figure things out. So many plots rest on people being stupid and not seeing what’s right in front of their faces, and I like that this show lets people be smart and put things together LONG before most shows would let them. Then it develops NEW ways to generate suspense instead of just dragging out the old ones forever to the point of disbelief. Good job, show!

+ Lee Yoon Sung has a sense of humor, and I like that about him. Yeah, he’s typically angsty, but he also is a goof. I imagine if he’d been raised by his mother, he would just be a goof all of the time. Favorite lines include: “I care a lot about my hairstyle” and “You wrinkled my clothes.” There was also something he said the first time he took a shower at Na Na’s house that was HILARIOUS but I cannot now remember what it was. Alas.

+ Kim Na Na is one of the most excellent heroines EVER. She’s brave and capable and kick-ass, but she’s also really emotionally open, and I love that. I am forever in love with [Unknown site tag]when she tells Yoon Sung that her feelings are hers, and she’s not going to force them on him but that he needs to cut it out with the being a jerk in attempts to push her away. Best thing EVER.

+ I am seriously considering shelling out $70 so I can own Mawang on DVD. We’ll see if I actually do it.

+ I am getting really giddy-excited in anticipation for The Borgias. LUCREZIA AND CESARE MY LOOOOOOVES. And Juan’s stupid face!

+ Also getting excited about Hunger Games! I have so many mixed feelings about the books, but I did love the first one straight-up, and the BFF and I are going for her birthday, so I am pleased. Also, Katniss remains awesome, even if her books don’t quite measure up to her.

+ My novel writing continues to go wonderfully. I shall not say more for fear of talking myself into a bad place. But I really do actually think I could get this one published, y’all. After a TON of cleaning it up, obviously.

+ On the other hand, I have written NO FIC in what feels like forever, so y'all should encourage me to do that.


And now for some FMM-related thoughts:

+ The Happy Endings poll makes me happiest of all the polls because the love is spread so evenly amongst the characters (except for Dave. Sorry, Dave). A show where everyone is that loved? Very rare, and it makes me happy.

+ Robin is just baaaarely beating Barney. I am going to cry if he beats her. I really am.

+ I don’t understand why Chris wins the Skins spot EVERY YEAR. I love Chris, but he’s that beloved? I just don’t know. I voted for Grace because of REASONS. But I also could have gone with Michelle or Tony.

+ I wish all the Damon voters would switch their votes to Elena as Damon CLEARLY would want them to do. I love Caroline like mad, and I will campaign for her against loads of people, but I just wish Elena could win this year. *wistful*

+ I wish I could come up with a fandom institution as awesome as the Fandom March Madness or Yuletide because the idea of bringing that much joy to fandom just makes me happy.
lirazel: ([p&r] knope we can)


And let's be honest, people. It is the Year of Knope.



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HERE ARE SOME RANDOM THOUGHTS IT IS MARCH I GET TO LOSE MY MIND.

Here is a list of shows that I don't watch, so I'm unsure of who to vote for. If you're particularly passionate about a certain character (especially if it's a lady), let me know and I will take your passion into consideration when I go back and vote in these categories. YAY!

+ Archer
+ The Big Bang Theory—by which I mean, tell me which character has the best chance of beating Sheldon, please
+ It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
+ New Girl (who is NOT a douche?)
+ Avatar: The Last Airbender (which I have watched some of the first season of, but not enough to have super passionate feelings about anyone)
+ Awkward
+ The O.C.
+ Pretty Little Liars (Kyrie? You watch that, don't you?)
+ Teen Wolf
+ American Horror Story
+ Haven
+ Boardwalk Empire
+ The Wire (I know, I know! But I will watch it one day!)


My Glee vote has gone to Ms. Santana Lopez, which I'm sure most of you will appreciate. I did it for y'all. Because I love you.

My Young Justice vote is reserved for whoever Kyrie tells me to vote for. The end.

I am so impressed with the lady-love in Doctor Who. It's Donna-Amy-Martha right now AND LOOK AT YOUR GOOD TASTE, FANDOM. I could have voted for any of those ladies and been happy! I went with Martha, but seriously: it could have been any of them. Or River.

If you don’t watch Friday Night Lights: VOTE FOR TAMI TAYLOR. She is right 100% of the time. Just ask her husband. And she single-handedly keeps Dillon, Texas from falling to pieces. She is Wonder Woman.

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Hardest choice for me? Happy Endings. I went with Brad because I've been remembering and laughing about his Dentist Dance all day, but I could go any direction there (except Dave).

I will be switching my HIMYM vote over from Marshall to Robin. Because I LOVE the idea of her beating Barney, lbr.

I will forever be sad that Emily Gilmore will never win the GG category. *tear*

IF YOU VOTED FOR FRANK GALLAGHER I DO NOT KNOW WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU HE IS ACTUALLY THE WORST CHARACTER I HAVE EVER SEEN MY OTP FOR THAT SHOW IS FRANK/DEATH.
lirazel: ([p&r] knope we can)


And let's be honest, people. It is the Year of Knope.



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HERE ARE SOME RANDOM THOUGHTS IT IS MARCH I GET TO LOSE MY MIND.

Here is a list of shows that I don't watch, so I'm unsure of who to vote for. If you're particularly passionate about a certain character (especially if it's a lady), let me know and I will take your passion into consideration when I go back and vote in these categories. YAY!

+ Archer
+ The Big Bang Theory—by which I mean, tell me which character has the best chance of beating Sheldon, please
+ It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
+ New Girl (who is NOT a douche?)
+ Avatar: The Last Airbender (which I have watched some of the first season of, but not enough to have super passionate feelings about anyone)
+ Awkward
+ The O.C.
+ Pretty Little Liars (Kyrie? You watch that, don't you?)
+ Teen Wolf
+ American Horror Story
+ Haven
+ Boardwalk Empire
+ The Wire (I know, I know! But I will watch it one day!)


My Glee vote has gone to Ms. Santana Lopez, which I'm sure most of you will appreciate. I did it for y'all. Because I love you.

My Young Justice vote is reserved for whoever Kyrie tells me to vote for. The end.

I am so impressed with the lady-love in Doctor Who. It's Donna-Amy-Martha right now AND LOOK AT YOUR GOOD TASTE, FANDOM. I could have voted for any of those ladies and been happy! I went with Martha, but seriously: it could have been any of them. Or River.

If you don’t watch Friday Night Lights: VOTE FOR TAMI TAYLOR. She is right 100% of the time. Just ask her husband. And she single-handedly keeps Dillon, Texas from falling to pieces. She is Wonder Woman.

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Hardest choice for me? Happy Endings. I went with Brad because I've been remembering and laughing about his Dentist Dance all day, but I could go any direction there (except Dave).

I will be switching my HIMYM vote over from Marshall to Robin. Because I LOVE the idea of her beating Barney, lbr.

I will forever be sad that Emily Gilmore will never win the GG category. *tear*

IF YOU VOTED FOR FRANK GALLAGHER I DO NOT KNOW WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU HE IS ACTUALLY THE WORST CHARACTER I HAVE EVER SEEN MY OTP FOR THAT SHOW IS FRANK/DEATH.
lirazel: ([p&r] knope we can)


And let's be honest, people. It is the Year of Knope.



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HERE ARE SOME RANDOM THOUGHTS IT IS MARCH I GET TO LOSE MY MIND.

Here is a list of shows that I don't watch, so I'm unsure of who to vote for. If you're particularly passionate about a certain character (especially if it's a lady), let me know and I will take your passion into consideration when I go back and vote in these categories. YAY!

+ Archer
+ The Big Bang Theory—by which I mean, tell me which character has the best chance of beating Sheldon, please
+ It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
+ New Girl (who is NOT a douche?)
+ Avatar: The Last Airbender (which I have watched some of the first season of, but not enough to have super passionate feelings about anyone)
+ Awkward
+ The O.C.
+ Pretty Little Liars (Kyrie? You watch that, don't you?)
+ Teen Wolf
+ American Horror Story
+ Haven
+ Boardwalk Empire
+ The Wire (I know, I know! But I will watch it one day!)


My Glee vote has gone to Ms. Santana Lopez, which I'm sure most of you will appreciate. I did it for y'all. Because I love you.

My Young Justice vote is reserved for whoever Kyrie tells me to vote for. The end.

I am so impressed with the lady-love in Doctor Who. It's Donna-Amy-Martha right now AND LOOK AT YOUR GOOD TASTE, FANDOM. I could have voted for any of those ladies and been happy! I went with Martha, but seriously: it could have been any of them. Or River.

If you don’t watch Friday Night Lights: VOTE FOR TAMI TAYLOR. She is right 100% of the time. Just ask her husband. And she single-handedly keeps Dillon, Texas from falling to pieces. She is Wonder Woman.

Photobucket

Hardest choice for me? Happy Endings. I went with Brad because I've been remembering and laughing about his Dentist Dance all day, but I could go any direction there (except Dave).

I will be switching my HIMYM vote over from Marshall to Robin. Because I LOVE the idea of her beating Barney, lbr.

I will forever be sad that Emily Gilmore will never win the GG category. *tear*

IF YOU VOTED FOR FRANK GALLAGHER I DO NOT KNOW WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU HE IS ACTUALLY THE WORST CHARACTER I HAVE EVER SEEN MY OTP FOR THAT SHOW IS FRANK/DEATH.
lirazel: ([p&r] knope we can)
is anybody else not getting email notifications when people reply to you in their own posts? because i am not.


also: everyone agrees that leslie knope will be winning the bracket this year, right?
lirazel: ([p&r] knope we can)
is anybody else not getting email notifications when people reply to you in their own posts? because i am not.


also: everyone agrees that leslie knope will be winning the bracket this year, right?
lirazel: ([p&r] knope we can)
is anybody else not getting email notifications when people reply to you in their own posts? because i am not.


also: everyone agrees that leslie knope will be winning the bracket this year, right?

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