Yet another blog...

bigbangsheldon:

Sounds like someone wants to spend the rest of her life telling people how to spell the name Hofstadter.



tastefullyoffensive:

And he would have gotten away with it if it wasn’t for you meddling kids!

[zilchonum] (more behind the gifs)



Omg, this made me laugh so hard!

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Omg, this made me laugh so hard!

Good work, gang!

tastefullyoffensive:

Zoinks! [x]



This is genius!

tastefullyoffensive:

Celebrities Who Look Like Mattresses [walthamstow]

Previously: Hipsterized Celebrities



Too much grief

After the shocking events on The Good Wife, I’m really not sure that selecting last night’s Long Island Medium episodes, from my DVR, was the best choice I could have made. This show always makes me cry and after Will, I’m bawling for the second night in a row. Help me! :(


Um hello scariest thing ever!

tastefullyoffensive:

[telegraph]


Um hello scariest thing ever!

tastefullyoffensive:

[telegraph]

A huge sincere FUCK YOU to the good wife writers

I agree except if the actor requested this, then it’s not *really* their fault. (Although I’m still not over Julian Fellows offing Matthew.)

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The Good Wife Shocker

I am literally shaking right now from the shocking ending of the Good Wife. I absolutely cannot believe that happened.

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B. It did NOT seem more likely after the finale, because Christian LITERALLY explained it. It could not have been spelled out more clearly than it was.

SO MUCH THIS! Come on people, who still thought they were dead the whole time?

fuckyeahlost:

According to the Huffington Post, this somehow qualifies as “weird” news. I don’t get it.

The article is pretty terrible:

One popular theory among fans was that everyone on Oceanic Flight 815 died in the crash, and that the island was some kind of purgatory they were stuck in. This theory seemed even more likely after the finale aired.

A. It was NOT a popular theory, at least not to anyone paying the slightest amount of attention to the show. It was mostly said by people who never watched the show.
B. It did NOT seem more likely after the finale, because Christian LITERALLY explained it. It could not have been spelled out more clearly than it was.

It’s sad that so much of the media’s coverage of the great Paleyfest panel has been written by people who are not at all familiar with the show, and has especially focused on Damon and Carlton “revealing” the answer to “were they dead the whole time?” question, as if there was actually still doubt about the answer.


B. It did NOT seem more likely after the finale, because Christian LITERALLY explained it. It could not have been spelled out more clearly than it was.

SO MUCH THIS! Come on people, who still thought they were dead the whole time? 

fuckyeahlost:

According to the Huffington Post, this somehow qualifies as “weird” news. I don’t get it.
The article is pretty terrible:

One popular theory among fans was that everyone on Oceanic Flight 815 died in the crash, and that the island was some kind of purgatory they were stuck in. This theory seemed even more likely after the finale aired.

A. It was NOT a popular theory, at least not to anyone paying the slightest amount of attention to the show. It was mostly said by people who never watched the show.B. It did NOT seem more likely after the finale, because Christian LITERALLY explained it. It could not have been spelled out more clearly than it was.
It’s sad that so much of the media’s coverage of the great Paleyfest panel has been written by people who are not at all familiar with the show, and has especially focused on Damon and Carlton “revealing” the answer to “were they dead the whole time?” question, as if there was actually still doubt about the answer.