I watched season four. I guess I already knew this, but apparently, I’m a genius … I think I feel pretty comfortable in expressing that [season four] wasn’t my cup of tea … it’s not somebody doing what they do … it’s very much like an impression. An unflattering one. It’s 13 episodes of people doing ‘DURRRPY DURPY DUR I’m Dan Harmon DUUUR.’ …
It’s like flipping through Instagrams watching your girlfriend just blow everyone.
Dan Harmon Talks at Length About Season 4 of ‘Community’ | Pajiba
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg of his comments.
In my experience, fathers are pretty awful. They’re failures and let downs and disappointments, like most men are. They’re angry, they’re to be feared, they’re upstairs sleeping off a night shift and they shouldn’t be woken.
Dad’s on tv are different because they care and act like they care by being outgoing. It’s an effort sometimes but they make it.
Maybe I shouldn’t moan because I do have a dad, where many don’t. I should be grateful for what I have got. But all I’ve got is daddy issues from a lifetime of wishing to please someone who I am glad to be nothing like.
Do I look like a mug? Have I got a handle? Am I made of china? Am I kept in a cupboard, or on a small wooden tree? Hm? Would you like to put your lips around my rim? You may answer that question, the others were rhetorical.
what are you doing sunday maybe, would you like to come and meet me maybe, you can even bring your baby—
This is incredible. There was a time about a year or so ago when this was definitely my favourite song for a bit (and a big karaoke smash for me, I might add) and this is even better than the original because Slow Club 4eva
I read a really good article today that posited that Joffrey being king is actually a comment on the ludicrous nature of monarchy and, while I don’t think it was probably written to be so, I rather like that.