Confessions of a Hawthorne Fangirl

I'm watching you...and then writing about it.

gwendolynnby:

  • "a blast of human emotion could shock the main frame into a cold start". A blast. Not several seconds of looking at different people, but a blast. It would have to have happened the instant he looked at everyone to be a blast that meant the whole group.
  • if they wanted us to…

Also, if this was really about THE GROUP, you might want to note that SHIRLEY WASN’T THERE! Are you seriously going to argue that Jeff cares more about the Dean than he does Shirley? Really? If this was about Jeff’s love for the group as a whole, DON’T YOU THINK SHIRLEY SHOULD BE THERE?

Also, if it was about the group, then why would Jeff look so horrified when the door opened? Jeff openly admitted even earlier this season that the group represents all of the people he cares about in the world (see his rant to Alan in “Repilot”). He has openly admitted it over and over again since the middle of season two. If Jeff’s “blast of passion” was about THE GROUP, he would have openly admitted it with a Winger speech. Instead, when the group turns around, he jerks his gaze away from Annie and it so happens to land on the Dean (which leads the Dean to believe that it’s Jeff’s passionate feelings for him that lead to the door opening). Jeff doesn’t even correct the Dean of his misconception. He refuses to to answer the question, “What did you do?” So, in short, Jeff was taken by surprise by the revelation. If it was about his feelings for the group? He would not have been in the least bit surprised.

fmptard:

springleigh:

karencartwright:

Did they really expect anything but?

I mean I think it’s pretty obvious here. Maybe 3% of the responses were in favor of J/B…Why don’t they ever promote J/A? Seriously what is their obsession with J/B? THERE IS NOTHING SPECIAL ABOUT THEM.

i never thought the actual showrunners meant anything by it, but this is just hilariously indicative

I find the row of responses to that Tweet way funnier than I should. I’m surprised the Tweet wasn’t deleted at this point.

I’ve decided to Peace Out on the last three episodes of Community.

Maybe I’ll watch them someday, but given the spoilers right now, I find that I just don’t have the energy to give a fuck about how it all ends.

  • People NOT in HIMYM Fandom: that's fucked up.

This makes me happy.

popculturebrain:

First Look: ‘Community' goes 'GI Joe' | EW

*facepalm*

If you follow the link, Jeff is “Wingman,” Shirley is “Three Kids,” Britta is “Buzzkill,” and Annie is “Tight Ship.”

Looking at Annie’s uniform? Yeah, “Tight Ship” is a bit of a loaded code name there.

I got nothin’.

platonic shoulder touching

Reblogging again.

The more I look at this, the more they look like parents watching their kids, with Annie as the worry wart mom and Jeff as the let-them-be-kids dad.

Feel free to make fun of my shipping goggles, but seriously. I can’t unsee it. And I’m that shipper that hates babyfic and kidfic.

sherralotz:

Jeff x Annie in Advanced Advanced Dungeons and Dragons

Yup. I’m wearing the shipping goggles. Shut up.

platonic shoulder touching

Thank you for this one. I was hopping someone giffed this.

It shocks me how often I agree with Eric Goldman’s reviews. He managed to put into words my big problems with this episode.

ameliasfairytales:

guys we’ve won polls so many times before, we can do this!

Boosting the signal. Right now Jeff/Annie are up against a couple from Arrow and are stuck at 29%

"COMMUNITY"

"VCR MAINTENANCE AND EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHING"

03/13/2014 (08:00PM - 08:30PM) (Thursday) : JEFF, SHIRLEY AND HICKEY DISCOVER A HIDDEN CACHE OF PRISTINE TEXTBOOKS – ABED AND ANNIE EMPLOY AN INTERACTIVE VCR GAME TO DECIDE ON A NEW ROOMMATE – “BREAKING BAD” CREATOR VINCE GILLIGAN AND BRIE LARSON GUEST STAR – When Jeff (Joel McHale), Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and Professor Hickey (Jonathan Banks) happen upon a hidden cache of textbooks, the discovery leads to some interesting power shifts as the group struggles with how to monetize their windfall. Meanwhile, Abed (Danny Pudi) and Annie (Alison Brie) decide it’s time for a new roommate. Abed wants his friend Rachel (guest star Brie Larson, “United States of Tara”) to move in, while Annie wants her brother to move in. When they decide to play an old VCR game to determine the winner, things get a little intense. Ken Jeong, Gillian Jacobs and Jim Rash also star.

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Raise your hand if your first question upon reading this is:

"Annie has a brother? When did that happen?"

Here are two fictional women who are the same age: Blanche DuBois and Jessica Day.

Blanche, you may or may not recall, is the star of Tennessee Williams “A Streetcar Named Desire,” a play from 1947. She is a thirty-year-old schoolteacher.

Jessica, you may or may not be aware, is the star of “New Girl,” a television show from right now. She is a thirty-one-year-old schoolteacher.

Blanche DuBois Is The Same Age As Jess From New Girl

I admit that I’m not a huge fan of New Girl, but this article did make me laugh.

Yeah, we still got a long way to go, but at least it’s better than it used to be, right?

onceandfuturekiki:

Friendly, scary, lump.

Huh?

Weird. I got sane, mature, and interesting.

I swear I’m not making this up.

kellipsis16:

Community FanVid - Seven Devils

Made by 省略号(http://weibo.com/u/1875600683)

I don’t konw what it is…Seven Devils in Greendale? Some collection of movie genres spoofed by Community? 

The English subtitles and Chinese mean the same thing.

The last but second Chinese subtitle basically means: Please watch Community. Look, how fun it is. 

Audio Source: Florence and The Machine - Seven Devils

Video Sources: Community 

This video is simply amazing.

Of course, my first reaction on seeing it was: “Wait. Community's in China now?”