-a tweeter said @Demi: "Shut up fatty don't choke on ur McDonalds!"
-Demi read this message and felt compelled to respond.
-Demi's response: "But….Big Macs…." along with some emojis.
Fat Post Round 2! Are you fat ONTD?
New Hashtag: #TurnYourBack EVERY time DeBlasio speaks, EVERY Police Officer in sight should turn his/her back. Especially at Cops' funerals— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) December 21, 2014
I am slightly shocked to see some of the otherwise informed people who would politicize the deaths of police officers. @RealJamesWoods— ABFoundation (@ABFalecbaldwin) December 21, 2014
In true haphazard BBC style, The Musketeers' Series 2 premiere has been moved up from the tentative February release date -- which was hinted at a few months ago -- to January 2nd for British fans, January 4th for Australians and January 17th for Americans.
But really January 2nd for anyone who knows how the internet works.
The trailer above hints at much of what creator Adrian Hodges had promised over the Summer -- namely that the show's post-watershed timeslot would make for sexier and more violent viewing than the previous series. Which we can only hope doesn't mean a GoT-style boobfest, because surely nobody thinks anyone is watching this show for anything but the mancandy.
The spoilery BBC America trailer (below) offers a little more of the newer, sexier content with some gently wafting curtains surrounding
Every day when I wake up, I check Instagram. Then I look at Twitter to see what the One Directioners are talking about. I check Facebook to see how everybody from high school's doing. I go on Reddit to see what my weirdos are talking about. Then I go on Tumblr to see what my feminists are talking about.
But there's something missing in all this new new media craziness, and that is something that uses celebrity news as a way to get into a really serious analysis of our culture. The Kardashians are walking clickbait—but let's look closer. Do Kim and Kanye affect how society feels about interracial relationships and blended families? What does our obsession with Jennifer Lawrence say about third-wave feminism? Start with a headline that's superjuicy; a flashy, sexy picture. And then, after the first couple of lines, hit them with some really severe analysis. When they think they're getting dirt, we give them vegetables. Which is kind of what The Daily Show does already.
"I remember six years ago I was like, 'I just want to work with female directors and female showrunners; there's none." And I feel like, since then, I've exclusively worked with women, which I love. I worked with Amy Heckerling, Kat [Coiro], Jessica Goldberg, Leslye Headland, Nahnatchka Khan, the creator of Don't Trust the B--, who is my idol and bar for anything funny. And now Melissa [Rosenberg, the showrunner for AKA Jessica Jones]! It's a dream come true."
Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on ARROW, ONCE, NCIS, THE 100, VAMPIRE DIARIES, GOTHAM, BONES, H50, CASTLE and More http://t.co/lqSSC3oLd0— TVLine.com (@TVLine) December 17, 2014
Hmm. I think “Modern Family” is clever, hilarious, even terrifically subtle at times. But, for the most part, I have a hard time laughing at the gay guys. In fact, I kinda cringe. It feels a little bit like the gay equivalent of “blackface.” It doesn’t feel “modern” at all. Sure, people come in all shapes, sizes, etc. So why are we fed such 80s stereotypes every week?
Korrasami is canon.
You can celebrate it, embrace it, accept it, get over it, or whatever you feel the need to do, but there is no denying it. That is the official story. We received some wonderful press in the wake of the series finale at the end of last week, and just about every piece I read got it right: Korra and Asami fell in love. Were they friends? Yes, and they still are, but they also grew to have romantic feelings for each other.
[...] Our intention with the last scene was to make it as clear as possible that yes, Korra and Asami have romantic feelings for each other. The moment where they enter the spirit portal symbolizes their evolution from being friends to being a couple. Many news outlets, bloggers, and fans picked up on this and didn’t find it ambiguous. For the most part, it seems like the point of the scene was understood and additional commentary wasn’t really needed from Bryan or me. But in case people were still questioning what happened in the last scene, I wanted to make a clear verbal statement to complement the show’s visual one. I get that not everyone will be happy with the way that the show ended. Rarely does a series finale of any show satisfy that show’s fans, so I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the positive articles and posts I’ve seen about Korra’s finale.
Summer 2015 pic.twitter.com/yTmoxM1JRQ— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) December 23, 2014
"I really, really, really can’t talk about this. I just picture a drone coming in over the hills and crashing through the glass and flying over here and putting duct tape over my mouth, you know?"