Don't listen to them, you get to come in too.

antiocial:

you should be expecting that.

"FUCK YOU, I NEVER MISS AN EPISODE OF GLEE!"
- my 50 year old father yelling at the tv in response to “and that’s what you missed on glee!” (via doonarose)

ibrittadthisusername:

of-monsters-and-pens:

boyfriendhook:

In which Jaime required coffee in order to sit through the wedding vows. [x]

OMFG BEST MISTAKE EVER

"Seven-Pointed Star-Bucks, for all your Westerosi coffee needs!"

And magically grew a hand!

5x19 Extended Summary →

fuckyeatvshows:

Rachel’s duplicitous actions come back to haunt her as news that she missed a performance of Funny Girl in order to audition for a TV pilot – and lied to producers about it – begins to hit the press. In order to prevent a wave of bad publicity that could sully her fresh image, Rachel enlists Santana’s help in rebranding herself. Deciding she needs to champion a worthwhile cause, she and the girls organize an all-female musical gala to benefit a local dog shelter (aptly titled “Broadway Bitches”), but Rachel soon realizes there is a marked difference between simply looking like a good person, and actually being one. 

Kurt – who has been starting to feel inadequate in the wake of everyone else’s recent successes and finding himself excluded from the all-girl performance – befriends former Broadway star Maggie Banks, who is currently living in a senior-citizens home for retired performers. When he is given the chance to join the elderly cast in their production of Peter Pan, he seizes the opportunity, and tries to make a positive difference in the lives of Maggie, her friends, and her family. Meanwhile, the smitten Sam is eager to prove to Mercedes that he’s a responsible and dependable adult worthy of being considered husband (and father) material. To prove his point, he adopts a dog, but when “McConaughey” proceeds to destroy the apartment (and Mercedes’ expensive hair extensions), Sam must teach the dog some obedience or admit failure.

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knittywriter:

gleekto:

Even their annoyance had intimacy. Also comedy.

seriously. This is real life, living with the person you love more than anything but also actually picturing how it will feel to hold the cast-iron frying pan in your hands before you thwack them across the back of the head with it.

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