I spoke with John Barrowman yesterday about Arrow, ire towards nerdery, and what would happen if Jenna Elfman and Pamela Anderson were the Doctor’s companions on Doctor Who.
It got a bit silly. I like silly. I hope you’ll read it — it’s over on The Nerdist!
My job is neat.
Tig is a beautiful, wonderful creature with such a light inside of her. The deft way in which she handles tragedy through comedy is seriously the ultimate. What a hero.
So great: Rhode Island Public Radio reporter Bradley Campbell draws the storytelling structures of iconic public radio shows on napkins – it’s like Kurt Vonnegut’s shapes of stories meet David Byrne’s diagrams of the human condition.
I’M SO WHITE I’M SO WHITE I KNOW I KNOW BUT THIS IS GREAT.
These two are literally the ultimate friendship and we should all aspire to have a mateship so dope.
WHAT IS EVEN HAPPENING OH MY GOD I HATE THE INTERNET SO MUCH SOMETIMES.
WHAT A WAY TO START THE DAY, Y’ALL. Holy fucking shiiiiiiiiiit. (P.S. click here to read the story he’s talking about.)
So my new phone has this feature where it automatically backs up all my photos into the Google cloud or whatever. I never really paid it much mind until I noticed HOLY SHIT the fuckers turned me into a GIF last night (I didn’t even ask it to! I can’t decide if it’s creepy or cool but I suppose posting this on my Tumblr is some indication of how I feel deep down) thanks to some silly photos I was taking with my roommate.
I HAVE NEVER BEEN A GIF BEFORE YOU GUYS THIS IS LIKE HISTORICAL.
OK, I know I’ve been heavy on the Orphan Black stuff of late but I just can’t stop talking about this show until everyone I know (and anyone else I don’t) is just as obsessed and in love with it as I am.
This time it’s a story I wrote on female body autonomy and how it relates to the super-feminist, über-badass stories going on in the series. And specifically how it relates to the new clone, Jennifer Fitzsimmons.