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Until The Very End


t-high-la420:

start ur day off right with hearty bowl of gina torres as cleopatra letting xena know she’s DTF.


love-is-the-best-thing-we-do:

desperately-unspoken:

how-i-met-my-otp:

imperiumwife:

the-night-falcon:

???

Look, it’s carter fucking bays talking himself into a corner again with his half assed explaintions.

What is he even saying??? He has no real answers here and is backing out on pretty much everything the finale told us why are our writers so dumb??

What the hell..?? I mean, I can’t stop laughing. This man is trying so hard to find some decent explanations that he doesn’t even know what he’s saying.  First of all, he says that they all were rooting for Swarkles. OKAY. Then why didn’t they end up together? They had the power to make that happen. They COULD. But they didn’t. Then he says they weren’t comfortable with Ted chasing after Robin. So… why did they make him do it?  Is Carter aware that he was one of the creators of the series and that if he felt that Finale wasn’t “comfortable” he could have changed it? He talks like he is just one of the fans of the show who hadn’t the power to change such things. BUT HE CREATED THAT SHOW. HE WROTE THAT SHOW. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, WHY IS HE STILL TALKING ABOUT THAT, ANYWAY? HE MAKES ME SO MAD.

My favorite part is when he tries to explain why they left out the Ted/Robin scene. “We didn’t feel comfortable with Robin confessing her feelings to Ted.” WELL NO SHIT. NO ONE FELT COMFORTABLE WITH THAT. THAT SCENE IS 100000% OOC FOR ROBIN. LITERALLY ANYONE WHO’S WATCHED IT (which I have) CAN TELL YOU HOW AWKWARD AND UNCOMFORTABLE IT IS TO WATCH. ITS AN UGLY SCENE THAT SHOULD’VE NEVER BEEN WRITTEN MUCH LESS SHOT.



marine-petri:

Petit fanart zeldaesque, pour commencer ce tumblr sous de bonnes augures. 

marine-petri:

Petit fanart zeldaesque, pour commencer ce tumblr sous de bonnes augures. 



Anonymous said:  The continuity problems on this show never bother me (even though I know it does bother a lot of others across the internet lol), but today I noticed one that kind of does. When Rory leaves her 1st school, it's obviously not a great school, the girls are doing their nails instead of homework etc. But when Jess gets there and starts skipping school he goes "you put me in a school with 6. DIFFERENT. LANGUAGES. and expect me to keep up." Is there an error like that, that you've noticed/bothers you?

onewordtest:

evanslily:

onewordtest:

lorelaicubed:

The actually bothered me a lot! There were a few others, too, like the re-use of characters, and none that I can think of now that I’m actually being asked about them but usually think of and rant about internally when no one cares. :p

I have never understood that line at all, because I don’t know what it was supposed to be saying, because SH high is still consistently portrayed as a crap school even after that, that Jess is too smart for (“my history teacher is also the football coach, get the picture?”) I don’t understand what Jess was saying, I don’t understand what the writers were trying to say through Jess, I don’t understand anything. 

Jess didn’t say he couldn’t keep up, he said that the school sang the pledge of allegiance in six different languages, two of which he’d never even heard of before. It’s not a continuity error on the quality of the school, it’s just an example of how out there and strange Jess thinks Stars Hollow is, especially compared to New York, and how out of place he feels with the small town system they have going on.

Yeah but … see … but … a school having multiple languages is usually a sign of being a better quality education and usually the kind of thing you are more likely to see in the diversity of New York City, than in the middle of nowhere “last name’s Kim. we’re the only ones in Stars Hollow” Connecticut. That’s why it’s weird. 

That’s the thing, maybe i’m remembering wrong, but was it ever specifically stated that Stars Hollow High was a crappy school? I thought that if anything, it was normal, albeit possibly slightly eccentric given the location, run of the mill small town high school that Rory was just too “advanced” for and wasn’t challenging her enough. Same goes for Jess, the only difference being that he never applied himself because he thought that school was a waste of time (for him, anyway.).


Anonymous said:  The continuity problems on this show never bother me (even though I know it does bother a lot of others across the internet lol), but today I noticed one that kind of does. When Rory leaves her 1st school, it's obviously not a great school, the girls are doing their nails instead of homework etc. But when Jess gets there and starts skipping school he goes "you put me in a school with 6. DIFFERENT. LANGUAGES. and expect me to keep up." Is there an error like that, that you've noticed/bothers you?

onewordtest:

lorelaicubed:

The actually bothered me a lot! There were a few others, too, like the re-use of characters, and none that I can think of now that I’m actually being asked about them but usually think of and rant about internally when no one cares. :p

I have never understood that line at all, because I don’t know what it was supposed to be saying, because SH high is still consistently portrayed as a crap school even after that, that Jess is too smart for (“my history teacher is also the football coach, get the picture?”) I don’t understand what Jess was saying, I don’t understand what the writers were trying to say through Jess, I don’t understand anything. 

Jess didn’t say he couldn’t keep up, he said that the school sang the pledge of allegiance in six different languages, two of which he’d never even heard of before. It’s not a continuity error on the quality of the school, it’s just an example of how out there and strange Jess thinks Stars Hollow is, especially compared to New York, and how out of place he feels with the small town system they have going on.


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