The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog.
Neil Patrick Harris Challenge Ice-cepted! X
I AM LAUGHING SO HARD. Also, all four of them are THE CUTEST.
Look at the four of them!!!
Possibly the sweetest challenge I’ve seen <3 The cute is strong.
I feel so fucking inadequate. How can we tell people, “Stop!” It’s just…I don’t…It might be caused by…I don’t know. I don’t know.
This scene broke my heart
After most performances of the 2011 Broadway run of The Normal Heart, you could find Larry Kramer outside the theater, handing out this leaflet.
"We have been so oppressed, don’t you remember? Can’t you see how important it is for us to love openly without hiding, without guilt, why can’t you see that."
The Normal Heart (2014)
Oooh he does not know who I am yet! His name is Tommy Boatwright, in real life he’s a hospital administrator, he’s here to help, and he’s a Southern bitch.
Last year I had five cards. Now I have fifty. Collection of cardboard tombstones bound together with a rubber band. I hate these fucking funerals, and you know what else I hate? I hate the memorials. That’s our social life now, going to these things. Nick was a choreographer. I don’t know if any of you knew that. He was just starting out; he didn’t tell a lot of people. He was waiting to invite you to his big debut at Carnegie Hall or some shit so we could all be proud of him. But he was so good; he had such promise. We’re losing an entire generation. Young men at the beginning… just gone. Choreographers, playwrights, dancers, actors. All those plays that won’t get written now, all those dances never to be danced. In closing I’m just gonna say I’m mad. I’m fuckin’ mad. I keep screaming inside ‘why are they letting us die? why is no one helping us?’ And here’s the truth, here’s the answer: they just don’t like us.
Jim Parsons unknowingly came on our show to get advice from Ellen.
Once upon a time, there was a little boy who always wanted to love another little boy. One day, he finally found that love, and it was wonderful. I’m supposed to use gloves, I’m supposed to do this, I’m supposed to do that, I’m supposed to not kiss him. I’m not supposed to be only 45 years old and taking care of a 35 year-old young man who’s a hundred years old and dying. Em calls it a see-saw - he’s fine, he gets sick, he gets better, he gets sicker. He’s afraid I’ll leave him. I told him I wouldn’t leave him. That I never, for one second, would think of leaving him. But he doesn’t believe me. It’s hard to believe in much these days. But we must never stop believing in each other. I’m a mess. It’s what I am. You cry and you cry until you think you can’t cry anymore. And then you cry some more. Not only for yourself and Felix, but for all the little boys who finally found other little boys they’ve wanted all their lives now that we’re men.
Glee’s sixth and final season is starting to take shape and one of the show’s most beloved characters might be in for a rude awakening.
Max Adler has booked a return visit to the Fox musical and will reprise his role as former bully-turned-openly gay good guy Dave Karofsky, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Adler’s arc is said to be major and he’ll appear in at least four of the final 13 episodes of the series. Sources tell THR that Dave may now be romantically tangled with Blaine (Darren Criss), which is surprising news since season five ended with Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine seemingly better than ever as a couple after performing at a glitzy showcase for the all-powerful social mover June (Shirley MacLaine). However, Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy told reporters in April that the final season would feature a time jump — and focus more on the core original cast members — which could mean Kurt and Blaine have split after that. Or, knowing Glee, it could all be part of an elaborate dream sequence.