We all have our different opinions. We all have our different visions of life. And that is good. Diversity is good.
But there are moments in life, situations, relations, beliefs, times, you’re either on the right side or on the wrong side of history.
Thank you Hawaii 5-0.
We shall overcome.
Because sometimes we all need McHug.
Your face when you’re eating a salad and someone brings donuts.
Yes. It is he. SuperGrover. Protector of small children and bunny rabbits.
No. I don’t [have children]. But when I do I intend to love them unconditionally for who they are.
→When! Not if.
Binge watching his favorite show, peacefully.
*remembers all his responsibilities*
Continues watching his favorite show, stressfully.
He is surrounded by butter. Butterfingers, butter in his coffee, buttered pancakes. What on earth makes him lean?
If earth was flat, at least we could puke over the edge.
If he gets bored on the internet he grabs his phone to see what the other, smaller internet is up to.
I don’t hate you. I’m just not necessarily excited about your existence.
Have no fear of perfection, they said. You’ll never reach it, they said…
What kind of caveman are you? Using a Nokia?
When the right one comes along you can sit in silence.
Lashes out. After work version.
I loved this episode. All the actors did a pretty good job. I especially enjoyed Chi and Alex doing their thing. What a difference the ‘McGrover’ is.
The pace getting quicker was so well done. The kinda frantic camera work, the actors talking faster and faster – all this made the audience feel the urgency. Perfect.
Another thing I noticed was that Jerry and Duke are calling their friend, Steve, ‘Commander’ in public. That’s respect and being professional. Little details but so important.
The ending was wonderful. Shawn Garnett has a wonderful voice.