Beck Oliver is so much more than his hair.
Wow “kissing” is such a dumb word
“Face battle” sounds way cooler
“may i challenge you to a face battle my good lady”
Interestingly, this most high-profile of all episodes of Community focused on Shirley, a character who is often overlooked and underappreciated by fans (and sometimes, it would seem, the writers). Shirley may not be handsome and sly like Jeff, or as goofy and loveable as Troy and Abed, but she is, in her own subtle ways, one of the show’s very best characters. Yvette Nicole Brown has consistently proven her ability to carry dramatic scenes when given a chance. She imbues Shirley with dignity and grace, while always revealing little hints of the tension bubbling just below the surface. Often she may get only a few lines per episode, but she has always made the most of them. The woman has turned the simple phrase “that’s nice” into a flexible jazz riff, capable of conveying pure glee, casual distinterest, or slowly growing terror. In short, she’s awesome. So it’s nice to see her finally given a potential story arc with some meat to it. (X)
people who are allowed to decide how rihanna should respond to abuse:
people who are not allowed to decide how rihanna should respond to abuse:
- everyone else
As we roll into 2012, let’s try to remember that women existed before Bridesmaids and that calling 2011 the year of the funny woman is like me calling the act of finally watching My So Called Life on Netflix Instant its series premiere.