"...pants, pants on everyone."

Lois Lane, Smallville, 2008.

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Oh, The general recruited me… On a recon mission to track down my sister, the grifter, in Europe. So, we are headed for Heidelberg tomorrow.

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Filed under Smallville Lois Lane Clark Kent Erica Durance Tom Welling The evolution of their relationship on this show is just amazing It happens slow and in the background for for 4 YEARS! But when season 8 and onwards happens it is totally believable in how they got there! This show doesn't receive enough credit in my opinion Like take notice... there wasn't anything in your face about their love story on this show it just happened There were no real ratings ploys or anything... maybe a little but nothing catty It was just really good And they couldn't stand each other at first but not really It is just really really good!

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Watch: Ingrid Michaelson parodies sexism in music with genius new video

Last year brought us Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” and with it a slew of amazingparodies that flipped the video on its sexist ass. Now, Ingrid Michaelson seems to have picked up the gender-bending torch with the new video for her single “Girls Chase Boys.” It’s an amazingly catchy song, and the video just made it even better.

The video is an homage to Robert Palmer’s 1988 classic “Simply Irresistible.” Whereas that video features a be-suited Palmer crooning in front of a group of heavily made-up, scantily-clad ladies, Michaelson’s begins with the singer performing in front of an equally made-up, scantily-clad group of guys. Soon enough, women join in for some up-close shots of butt-grinding, the men’s shirt’s come off and everyone seems to be having a grand old time dancing to Michaelson’s upbeat jam.

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Filed under Music Girls Chase Boys Ingrid Michaelson I juuuust discovered this song and you know what... it is really catchy And I appreciate the video in how this little post describes... taking sexism and turning it on its head

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The first table read was an experience. I had worked [on Maude] with Bea, I had worked with Rue on Mama’s Family. Estelle was a new one to all of us. We all sat down for the first table read and somebody read a line and then somebody else read a line. We all began to look at each other because there wasn’t any first reading feeling about it. It was like we had been working together forever. I still get goose bumps thinking about it." -Betty White

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Filed under The Golden Girls Quote Betty White I think everyone should at least see one episode of The Golden Girls in their lifetime These women were hilarious together!

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"She was special because she didn’t have a line cut between brain and mouth. That is, you asked her a question and she answered it. She was not fearful of public opinion and what it thought of her. She fought the battle for AIDS before Rock Hudson had AIDS. You know, there were even hollywood stars who wouldn’t talk to her and wouldn’t go to any of her rallies to try to raise money because they didn’t want to be associated with AIDS. And she stood up for it. She stood up for Michael Jackson in his darkest days, and his worst days. It matters not if you agreed with her, but it was her ability to be so forceful for so many things. And loyalty, which to me is the number one attribute a person could have, was her number one thing. If she was your friend, she was your friend. You can’t buy loyalty… and of course, there were her eyes- we’ll never see eyes like that again." -Larry King, on what made Elizabeth Taylor special.

"She was special because she didn’t have a line cut between brain and mouth. That is, you asked her a question and she answered it. She was not fearful of public opinion and what it thought of her. She fought the battle for AIDS before Rock Hudson had AIDS. You know, there were even hollywood stars who wouldn’t talk to her and wouldn’t go to any of her rallies to try to raise money because they didn’t want to be associated with AIDS. And she stood up for it. She stood up for Michael Jackson in his darkest days, and his worst days. It matters not if you agreed with her, but it was her ability to be so forceful for so many things. And loyalty, which to me is the number one attribute a person could have, was her number one thing. If she was your friend, she was your friend. You can’t buy loyalty… and of course, there were her eyes- we’ll never see eyes like that again." -Larry King, on what made Elizabeth Taylor special.

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Filed under Elizabeth Taylor there are many sides to everyone Also Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is totally one of my favourite movies of all time!

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minimum wage doesn’t even TOUCH a living wage, racism and sexism are alive and well, children are killed in schools on a regular basis, those who make it to college end up with hundreds of thousands in debt, our basic rights are being stripped from us daily, and adults actually believe that SELFIES are the cause for this generation’s demise

Finally someone fucking said it

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What on earth are ‘Amber Gypsies’?

Walter Bishop. And this basically sums up my reaction to Fringe Season 5.

"Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11." Fringe the Complete Fifth and Final Season. Writ. J. H. Wyman. Dir. Jeannot Szwarc & Miguel Sapochnik. Perf. John Noble. Warner Brothers, 2012, Blu Ray.

Filed under Quote Fringe FringeFox Walter Bishop John Noble Seriously though... season 5 started off with such promise and was kinda a let down But it seemed like an uphill battle for this little show And really Fringe on the worst day is still better than a lot of shows on their best!