Finally, the biggest story of the new season has been the renewed brilliance of an old show. “The Good Wife,” on CBS, honored but oddly underrated because of the attention paid to cable dramas like “Breaking Bad” and “Mad Men,” has been as good as it’s ever been, which puts it miles ahead of anything else that’s on at the moment. Blowing up the law firm that’s been their setting for four seasons and pitting central characters against one another, the show runners, Robert and Michelle King, are achieving a choreographed intensity and comic charge that can be compared legitimately to Hollywood’s best screwball comedies and cerebral thrillers. And nothing on cable offers the same sweeping pleasures playing out over 20-plus episodes a season. If the broadcast executives are looking for lessons, the best one is right in front of their faces. —
'The Good Wife' Stands Out Among Newer Fall Shows (via maroneys)
#hmm i wonder why people rant and rave about mad men and brba and true detective#and ignore the good wife#hmmm i wonder i wonder i wonder
"I once threw a pen at a kid’s head for raising his hand in class and saying that PMS should disqualify women from leadership positions."
i didn’t know alpacas were so majestic
it is my goal to have one of these in my backyard when i am older
boing boing, motherfuckers.
Sheep are like “fuck you alpaca”
That fancy alpaca move has a name! It’s called “pronking.”
reblogging for pronking
As charming as Robin and Ted were in season 1 or 2, it was apparent by their first break up that they would never be right as a couple because they didn’t have enough in common, didn’t make each other happy, and could never give each other what they truly wanted. For Ted, it was a nuclear family and obsessive love. For Robin, it was a partner in crime for life’s adventures. Robin found the true love relationship with Barney, and everything we were given led us to believe that Tracy was that person for Ted. When the show introduced her, she brought joy to the characters we already loved, and she fit.
This was the twist, and the romantic promise of HIMYM: that you can find your happiness, that the love we choose is more real than the idealized fantasies, and that this show wasn’t going to follow the old rules to tell that story. It was supposed to be about a genuine love story, not about how The First Girl Always Wins.
Then the finale happened: Nice Guys win if they wait long enough, and the spirit of romantic growth the show fed us for the last 9 years is a lie. — PopInsomniacs: How I Met Your Mother Finale Recap and the Best Social Media Reactions (via rashaka)
The perfect scarf for #readers. Which quote would you want on your scarf? http://bit.ly/1fPQ2pm
My birthday is in like eleven days, just sayin’…