The Ice Cream Truck

annethecatdetective:

burning-high-rise:

whorishgreen:

whorishgreen:

I’ve never been more emotional about any social media post in my entire life

UPDATE: guys Beth Broderick tweeted yesterday that this Salem is THE SAME SALEM!!! He’s 20 years old man!!!! 20!

That Salem is still kicking is all I care about.

!

Okay.
We need a OITNB AU stat, or at least a sexy librarian Callie fanfic.

Okay.

We need a OITNB AU stat, or at least a sexy librarian Callie fanfic.


fireracesundermyskin:

So this happened



All of this.

fireracesundermyskin:

So this happened

All of this.

Because why not.

Adorbs. (at Union Square Park North Pavilion)

Adorbs. (at Union Square Park North Pavilion)

cloneclubsandwich:

Rachel thinks she’s amazing at prank calls

so silly, yet it worked on me.


I had such high hopes for Arizona’s season 10 storyline because of this moment right here. The cracking in her voice, the uncertainty, the defeated tone, the confusion. She was so lost. Then the next moment she’s boiling over  with rage. And this immediately after cheating? I could have bought PTSD. As tired as that storyline is on this show, I could have bought it. I was ready for it.
She deserved better. She deserved a storyline that would resonate with viewers. No, infidelity could not be excused but the reason behind it could be understood. If she was on the cusp of a breakdown, as she appeared to be here, that would have been enough. I wanted an exploration of her mental state. I wanted to watch her heal. I don’t want that she cheated because of the emotional damage of a miscarriage (didn’t need the miscarriage to garner our sympathy for this adulterer, she already had it) or because Lauren was attracted to her. I would have absolutely been fine with she cheated because she was being self-destructive and wanted to burn her life down, had it come earlier in the season. Had it been part of some journey she was on. But she wasn’t on one.
Arizona is more than her relationship. This season should have been a character study of Arizona Robbins. The first half of season 10 was about how Callie was (rightfully) hurt and Arizona seemed to not even care and wasn’t sorry and was in fact remedying her loneliness with meaningless sex with someone else. Then the second part of the season was Arizona only vaguely apologetic (yes, more than vague in 10x15) and trying to get back into her marriage.
This writing was, at best, recurring character treatment. This isn’t how you write a character that you’ve had millions of viewers invested in. That you wanted people to stay emotionally connected to and understand. This is how you write a mildly sympathetic antagonist in service to an incredibly sympathetic protagonist -which is what Callie became. This was a poor way to tell a story of a main character. Or a very accurate way to not tell much of one at all…whichever.

Pretty much the way I always see this whole arc. 
This is the very same issues I had with it.

I had such high hopes for Arizona’s season 10 storyline because of this moment right here. The cracking in her voice, the uncertainty, the defeated tone, the confusion. She was so lost. Then the next moment she’s boiling over  with rage. And this immediately after cheating? I could have bought PTSD. As tired as that storyline is on this show, I could have bought it. I was ready for it.

She deserved better. She deserved a storyline that would resonate with viewers. No, infidelity could not be excused but the reason behind it could be understood. If she was on the cusp of a breakdown, as she appeared to be here, that would have been enough. I wanted an exploration of her mental state. I wanted to watch her heal. I don’t want that she cheated because of the emotional damage of a miscarriage (didn’t need the miscarriage to garner our sympathy for this adulterer, she already had it) or because Lauren was attracted to her. I would have absolutely been fine with she cheated because she was being self-destructive and wanted to burn her life down, had it come earlier in the season. Had it been part of some journey she was on. But she wasn’t on one.

Arizona is more than her relationship. This season should have been a character study of Arizona Robbins. The first half of season 10 was about how Callie was (rightfully) hurt and Arizona seemed to not even care and wasn’t sorry and was in fact remedying her loneliness with meaningless sex with someone else. Then the second part of the season was Arizona only vaguely apologetic (yes, more than vague in 10x15) and trying to get back into her marriage.

This writing was, at best, recurring character treatment. This isn’t how you write a character that you’ve had millions of viewers invested in. That you wanted people to stay emotionally connected to and understand. This is how you write a mildly sympathetic antagonist in service to an incredibly sympathetic protagonist -which is what Callie became. This was a poor way to tell a story of a main character. Or a very accurate way to not tell much of one at all…whichever.

Pretty much the way I always see this whole arc.

This is the very same issues I had with it.

Sorry, not sorry.

Happy Birthday, Beyonce Amy Poehler! (September 16th)

You beautiful tropical fish.

Arizona+ penis exposure

I cannot.