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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Bless Wendy Mericle for making this show somewhat good again


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    Peter Robbins, the actor who voiced Charlie Brown back in the day in all of those TV specials that you've seen a hundred times, recently plead guilty to making death threats to a county sheriff. According to US Weekly and The L.A. Times, while in court Robbins admitted that he actually tried to hire someone to kill the sheriff.

    Robbins went on to claim that he was mentally ill having been previously diagnosed as bipolar and also having schizophrenia and that he "committed no crime". Except that criminal threat is in fact a crime and he faces over four years in jail.

    Robbins previously served four months in prison after violating terms of his probation from threatening an ex-girlfriend and her plastic surgeon.

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    Have you ever been convicted of a crime?

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    - it's gonna screen on December 28 and 29 at 7.30pm local time (it's not a two-parter tho)
    - you can purchase tickets here; beginning November 13
    - it's expected to screen in about 300 cinemas
    - it's gonna include an exclusive interview with Alex Kingston + a 15-minute behind-the-scenes
    - yes, River Song comes back (Clara is gone by then)

    It’s Christmas Day in the future and the TARDIS is parked on a snowy village street, covered in icicles, awaiting its next adventure. Time traveler River Song meets her husband’s new incarnation, in the form of Peter Capaldi, for the first time this Christmas.

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    Mods, I re-sized and uploaded the picture :)

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    no1curr about Maddie

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  • 11/12/15--08:30: Madonna with Rita™



  • At the second and final BERLIN show, Madonna invited Rita during Unapologetic Bitch. Madonna gave her a banana and asked her what she can do with it and Rita said "swallow". Madonna laughed and said "or put it in a freezer"





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    madonna using the most relevant artist for fame. i actually feel sorry for her

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    It is truly the most wonderful time of the year, ONTD- when Oprah descends from her Mount Olympus in Montecito to tell us, her loyal subjects, her favorite gifts for the holiday season. This year, she even had the heart and good-nature to make the list shoppable on Amazon. Truly, we are #blessed.

    Inspired by Oprah's selflessness, I took it upon myself to peruse her 93-item-deep list to bring you (what I deemed) to be some of the most ridiculous offerings she is shilling this time around. Photos, prices, and words of wisdom below the cut.





    Park Avenue Faux Fur Pet Jacket
    $39

    "What's your dog begging for? Surely, a faux-fur jacket—tricked out with a jeweled button closure and a practical opening for a leash. (I would have put this on my dogs when I lived in Chicago.) Bonus: It's machine washable (use a gentle cycle for maximum fluffiness)." —Oprah


    Drawstring Sweatpants
    $195

    Oprah has 3 pairs of these sweatpants so she always has at least one clean pair. How much is your sweatpant collection worth, ONTD?


    5 Pieces of Chocolate That Look Like Things
    $120

    5! Pieces! $120!

    "These gilded organic dark chocolates in the shape of spiritual totems would look perfectly at home on an altar. But wouldn't you rather eat them?" —Oprah


    Italian Cheese Knife Set, 3 Pieces
    $425

    These are apparently handcrafted from start to finish and engraved with the initials of the artisan who made them. Which is cool and all, but Oprah suggests buying these AND a great cheese for your friend, because $425 knives aren't enough to show you care.

    and my personal favorite....



    a 15 pound chocolate turtle in a 5 pound edible chocolate basket for the affordable price of $500

    because why the fuck not?


    What's your favorite item from Oprah's list this year, ONTD?
    Could you eat 20 pounds of chocolate?


    SOURCE, w/ links throughout to the products and their prices

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  • 11/12/15--09:04: ONTD Roundup
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    The pace certainly kicked up this ep O.O

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    Isn't that a picture from Sorcerer's Apprentice?

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    Basically a run-down of the history and categories of LGBT women on film






    Cross-Dressing to Challenge Gender Roles
    In the early days of film lesbianism was a taboo subject, if it even came up at all. The first forays into queerness for ladies on film came with gender-bending cross-dressing. Katharine Hepburn plays two of these roles. First in Christopher Strong (1933) and again in Sylvia Scarlett (1936) she plays Sylvia who disguises herself as a boy to avoid suspicion while running from the cops with her father. Queen Christina (1933) showed Sweden’s famous Queen as she preferred to dress and Morocco (1930) featured the infamous scene of Marlene Dietrich in a top-hat and a suit.



    Lesbians as Villains
    Eventually lesbianism was allowed to shown (or at least hinted at) on screen. While the films could show it, they could definitely not be condoning it, which is why many of them were portrayed as antagonists and even straight up villains. In Rebecca (1940) it was terrifying Ms. Danvers haunting poor Joan Fontaine. There’s also Caged (1950) and The Balcony (1963) that show LGBT women in questionable light.



    Lesbians Vampires
    Perhaps an extension of the villainous lesbian trope is the lesbian vampire one. Vampirism is something sexy yet forbidden; alluring yet dangerous. It makes sense that this was how lesbianism was thought of as well. Dracula’s Daughter (1936) was the first film to touch on this but did so in a suitably subtle way. It wasn’t until decades later that exploitation came into play for lesbian vampires. Blood and Roses (1960) retells the famous Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu story of Carmilla. Other tales of female vampires preying on unsuspecting victims were extremely popular in the 1960’s and 1970’s including Vampyros Lesbos (1971), Countess Dracula (1971), and another Carmilla story, The Vampire Lovers (1970). The Hunger (1983)’s villains were much more three-dimensional than it’s predecessors. In today’a age, lesbian vampire usually appear in low-budget horrors such as We Are the Night (2010) or as a satire in one of my personal favorite, Lesbian Vampire Killers (2009), which seems to mock society’s sexualization with LGBT women.



    No Happy Endings Allowed
    Eventually the censors started to allow more overt lesbian tones in films. However, being gay was still very much frowned upon. This meant that gay and lesbian characters in the mid-20th century could never have happy endings. They also somehow had to pay the ultimate price for their sexuality, whether that be unhappiness or even death.The Children’s Hour (1961), The Fox (1967) The Killing of Sister George (1968), Personal Best (1982) and Lianna (1983) all show the unhappiness that being queer will bring you and despite having representation, declines to show many positives that go along with being openly LGBT.



    The Lesbian Revolution
    By the 1980’s we finally started seeing LGBT characters who weren’t brutally murdered or otherwise an example of moral misbehavior. The shining beacon of light was Desert Hearts (1985) about two women who fall in love at a Nevada Ranch. After that came a flurry of three-dimensional lesbian characters in films that explored the realistic and diverse lifestyles of LGBT ladies. Some of these include Go Fish (1994), Watermelon Women (1995), The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love (1995), When Night Is Falling (1995) Better Than Chocolate (1999), and If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000). This all culminated in the social commentary satire turned cult classic But I’m A Cheerleader (2001).



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    Favorite LGBT movies everybody?

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    Lol @ everyone but Wes getting dicked down. Does this show know what chill is?

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    Mindy Kaling, infamous for living out her Stormfront dating fantasies via The Mindy Project, issued a grumpy Tweet earlier after years of being dragged for only dating white dudes on her show and being overall thirsty for white dick. Probably had something to do with people questioning Aziz Ansari's dating choices on Master of None, but I didn't look into it that much tbh.




    Then made a Taylor Swift-esque girl-power clapback to a reporter:




    ...she then followed this all up with a pining Tweet to on-again, off-again friend/lover/old-white-dude who-pretends-to-be-a-teenaged-girl-sometimes, BJ Novak:





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    are you ever accused of being self-hating and/or desperate for white approval, ontd?

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    It's been such a long wait. Hopefully it's a different trailer than what we saw at San Diego Comic Con.

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  • 11/12/15--20:51: Zayn out in NYC🗽 today












  • instagram update

  • he changed his profile photo on twitter (the same picture but in color)



  • and he also took pictures with fans outside his hotel yesterday and when they asked him when he was gonna release new music, he said: "soon" (but is it "girl band soon"? or "soon"?)



  • source: zdn via fuckyeahzarry, zayn's instagram and 247paps.tv

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