That’s pretty much what happened.

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The entire show in summary.
But seriously the actors just kill it. They commit! The chemistry and commitment of these actors makes this show just so enjoyable. Tom and Lorenzo made a comment that it’s a bit like an American “Doctor Who” for that very reason and I see where they are coming from. Totally batshit situations, questionable graphics, Mwahaha! villains. made engaging by the strength of the main characters and their relationships.
Also, three black main characters?! And this doesn’t affect their characterization ?! On Fox?! Say what??

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phosphorescent-naidheachd:

Trollando Tweets SH 2x02: Ship Version (EST).

Orlando Jones is a gift. And yay for This ridiculously bonkers show being back on our screens!


Sarah Michelle Gellar & Michelle Trachtenberg at the screening of the Annie movie

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Michelle Trachtenberg at the screening of the Annie movie

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The Animated Adventures of Buffy (x)

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vintageeveryday:

Rare and utterly charming photos of Audrey Hepburn.

rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn photographed in 1988.

"As a child I was taught that it was bad manners to draw attention to yourself and make a spectacle of yourself.  I then went on to make a rather nice living doing just that—with a little help from the greatest directors, the best writers, the most fabulous stars, glorious photography, terrific scores, super clothes, and the best crews in the industry.  My job was to be on time and know my lines.  [Others] helped and honed, triggered and taught, pushed and pulled,…guided and nurtured a totally unknown, insecure, inexperienced, skinny broad into a marketable commodity.  I am proud to have been in a business that gives pleasure, creates beauty and awakens our conscience, arouses compassion and perhaps most importantly, gives millions a respite from our so violent world." - Audrey Hepburn

rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn photographed in 1988.

"As a child I was taught that it was bad manners to draw attention to yourself and make a spectacle of yourself.  I then went on to make a rather nice living doing just that—with a little help from the greatest directors, the best writers, the most fabulous stars, glorious photography, terrific scores, super clothes, and the best crews in the industry.  My job was to be on time and know my lines.  [Others] helped and honed, triggered and taught, pushed and pulled,…guided and nurtured a totally unknown, insecure, inexperienced, skinny broad into a marketable commodity.  I am proud to have been in a business that gives pleasure, creates beauty and awakens our conscience, arouses compassion and perhaps most importantly, gives millions a respite from our so violent world." - Audrey Hepburn

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