The final Stefon sketch from Saturday Night Live
The single greatest snl skit of all time
I AM SOBBING
(also, for real: awww, Seth. I see you there at the end, nearly crying, hugging on to Bill Hader for dear life. *pets Seth Myers*)
Saw new Trek today; my feels, they are complicated and mixed.
Trying very hard to avoid Whovian spoilers until I can watch it tomorrow.
So right now, I am drifting off to sleep while seriously attempting to work out an Avengers/Despicable Me crossover.
I mean, you have SHIELD vs Gru. the team and the girls. And Tony & Bruce being like WTF? at The Minions. I see no way this is not awesome.
This episode was grand and full of flourishes and over the top…
and then there’s this quiet little 3 line conversation, and I am SLAIN.
THIS GODDAMN SHOW
Gaston really is the most terrifying Disney villain because he could be anyone in the world.
he could be the French Romney…..
THE FRENCH ROMNEY
‘Beam me up, Scotty’, now used to indicate a desire to be removed from a dangerous or difficult situation, is supposedly the form in which Captain Kirk of the television series Star Trek (1966 onwards) habitually requested to be returned from a planet to the Starship Enterprise. In fact, the nearest equivalent found is, ‘Beam us up, Mr Scott’, which occurs in the episode ‘Gamesters of Triskelion’ by Gene Roddenberry.