them butterflies

make me choose > giles or wesley?

Um, Phoebe, I’ll call you back. I have to go yell at myself.

we may in fact stand between the earth and its total destruction | the harvest

  #Charmed  #yep  #GIF

better-than-kanye-bitchh:

relationship goals

dig a bit in the history of this place, you’ll find a steady stream of fairly odd occurrences. i believe this whole area is the center of mystical energy, that things gravitate towards it that you might not find elsewhere | welcome to the hellmouth

"Believe me, I don’t smell so great either."

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❝ dude what the hell are you doing with the snl stuff? it's all over my dash ❞

I’ve been obsessed healthily interested in Saturday Night Live, its stars, the behind the scenes of it, etc. for many years. Don’t worry about it, just stare into Mango’s eyes and let go…

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❝ I wanted to quit after the first week. I phoned my agent and said, “This is not a good fit. There’s something wrong here.” There is a tangible, almost palpable - perhaps the word is “visceral” - feeling of bad karma when you walk into the writers room. There is something rotten in Denmark. ❞
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Janeane Garofalo, Featured Player.

Live From New York, An Uncensored History Of Saturday Night Live.

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❝ Gilda Radner had played my mother in a television commercial for British Columbia Hydro when I was ten years old. It was a four-day shoot, and before it was over I had fallen in love with Gilda. I thought she was awesome, funny and cool and beautiful. I cried on the last day of the commercial, because I had so fallen in love with her. My brother used to taunt me mercilessly about it. ❞
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Mike Myers, Repertory Player.

Live From New York, An Uncensored History Of Saturday Night Live.

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❝ One day, when I was picking up tickets for The Producers, the guy I got the tickets from asked me, “When are you going to do a Stuart sequel?” And I said, “Well, the movie lost about $15 million, and I’ve discovered that when you lose money for a studio, they don’t want to make a sequel. Now if that doesn’t tell you what this business is about, I don’t know what does.” This is my standard answer. ❞
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Al Franken, Writer, Featured Player

Live From New York, An Uncensored History Of Saturday Night Live.

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mr pond