Maybe this world is another planet's hell

.Maybe I'm afraid someone will see right through me 'cause I see right through you.


~Tv Schedule

Freaks sand Geeks Rewatch

Clones, Thrones, Doctors and feels and stuff..

I watch things. A lot of things.


Harry Potter bloopers 

(Dumbledore’s obviously been visiting Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes)

I’ll show you the other part later.


BPW - Day 03 - Favourite Billie Characters [2/2]

Rose Tyler (as herself or bad wolf…or the moment, let’s be honest).


Desireé Dallagiacomo - “Thighs”



(9.23.14) — Another morning in Amerikkka. Somebody thought it would be fun to desecrate the Mike Brown Memorial early this morning. I… I really can’t even. #staywoke #farfromover


Here’s a picture of some cops watching the memorial burn although there seemed to be no police at the scene when the fire department arrived.

“In further contrast from that HBO juggernaut, Outlander puts sexuality front and center, rather than utilizing a character’s attitude toward sex as shorthand characterization in regards to morality. Neither does it cheapen the value of sex in storytelling by using it as a constant backing track, as Game of Thrones has coyly done to entertain the male gaze during scenes of protracted exposition. Outlander approaches sex in a way that’s only shocking because it isn’t shocking at all. It’s non-violent, sensual, natural, and the woman is framed as more than an object for male pleasure. Female sexuality isn’t demonized, and engaging in sex doesn’t diminish Claire as a character. Outlander is the rare television drama that shows us a woman who is sexually experienced without being the villain of the piece, and a man who sees her desire and pleasure as a participatory experience, rather than an object to edify his own importance.”

Get it together. Control it. Don’t feel, don’t feel, don’t feel.

@SaraRamirez: I always feel like somebody’s watching meeeee…
@JessicaCapshaw: I always feel like somebody’s watching meeeee…