yes-shit-watson:

stalkingyermom:

flawlessspecter:

flowercrownimpala:

i wonder if actors ever get their scripts and are like

well this is fucking stupid

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is this a reaction or an example

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brolinskeep:

fairiesandmilkshakes:

mykingdomscome:

mykingdomscome:

mykingdomscome:

If you replace the words Warlock/King/Sorcerer/magic with the word “Gay” Merlin is a whole different show.

"I’m a gay, I have gay" "Merlin, you are not a gay. I would know"

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Congratulations, if yours made it on to this list; you should be both proud and ashamed of yourselves. 

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animateglee:

animateglee:

I’m 9 minutes into The Woman in Black and there are so many HP references I can’t take it seriously. I know it’s supposed to be really scary but I mean “you look just like your mother" what, except his eyes? and shady articles about spirits in the newspaper…

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sherlock-is-the-fire-of-my-loins:

deathfrisbeeofbakerstreet:

Some fandoms are waiting for season 10, others for episode 10.

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dont-stop-believin-in-klaine:

weddingbellklaine:

stopandimaginelove:

tirpse:

The repopulation of McKinley High has begun!

Glee is set to introduce at least five new characters — all of them McKinley sophomores — in its sixth and final season, TVLine has learned exclusively. The recurring newbies include:

RODERICK | Chubby and shy with a voice like Otis Redding, his looks don’t match with his talent. Described as, “a true goober.” He’s the show’s new underdog.

SPENCER | He’s the new resident “football stud” who just so happens to possess an incredible voice. He’s also gay. But, per the casting notice, “he’s post-Glee gay — no one messes with him about his sexuality because he will kick their asses if they do.”

JANE | Righteous, ambitious and unconventionally pretty, she’s funny because she doesn’t have much of a sense of humor. She wanted to be a Warbler but tradition kept her from joining so she jumps ship to the New Directions.

MASON AND MADISON |  Male and female twin Cheerios. They’re super-positive and extremely weird. Mason gives off a gay vibe (spoiler alert: he’s not).

Back in June,  series co-creator Ryan Murphy told TVLine that the show will shift back to its original conceit in Season 6 — and these five roles appear to back that up.

“We’re working on the last season now, and it really feels like it’s getting back to its roots, which I love,” he shared. “I’m sort of reinvigorated about it. It’s getting back to what I was initially interested in with the show, which was arts in school. The last season is really about the importance of arts education in our high schools… I think people will like it.”

Murphy’s quotes — as well as fellow EP Brad Falchuk’s assertion to TVLine that “there will be a lot going on in Lima” in Season 6 — all but confirmed speculation that much of the action will once again take place at McKinley.

Glee is set to return to Fox’s schedule at midseason.

NO. JUST NO.

It’s like I don’t even wanna reblog this because it’s nothing but a big heaping pile of shit. Why, Glee? Why?

Fuck you, Glee