jsmapdi:

gloriagilbertpatch:

evmlove:

gloriagilbertpatch:

nursetookers:

jsmapdi:

nursetookers:

Okay, I can’t be the only pervert who thought Danny was actually proud of whatever Mindy did to make him say “whoa, nelly” upon first viewing this scene…

It was better.

See? Those words there are exactly WHY I thought that. I was picturing her trying really hard to improve and he was proud of her hard, um, work. Kinda weird, I thought, but he’s such a lame dad sometimes so I let it slide. Second viewing I figured it out. Oops. :o

Given my level of perversion I am SHOCKED that I did not come to this conclusion on first viewing.

I’m still shocked the network let them talk about Danny climaxing, but asked them to change the word “bitches” into “haters.”

I’m wondering why “climax” is considered more appropriate than the many other words that would have sounded more natural coming from a girlfriend, because I distinctly remember that word “bumming” Liz Lemon out and I don’t think “came” is particularly offensive.

Yeah that word is a little too clinical. I’ve used it in fic a time or two (because some of the alternates are cheesy.) but I expect better from the professionals.

But they’re OB/GYNs, so the fact that they’re clinical when they talk about sex is hilarious.  It’s kind of still that beginning/awkward stage in their relationship where they haven’t really adjusted the way they speak to each other.  It would be totally natural for these characters to sort of waver back and forth between how you WOULD talk to a BF/GF, and how they have always spoken to each other in their clinical setting.
I thought it was perfect.

jsmapdi:

gloriagilbertpatch:

evmlove:

gloriagilbertpatch:

nursetookers:

jsmapdi:

nursetookers:

Okay, I can’t be the only pervert who thought Danny was actually proud of whatever Mindy did to make him say “whoa, nelly” upon first viewing this scene…

It was better.

See? Those words there are exactly WHY I thought that. I was picturing her trying really hard to improve and he was proud of her hard, um, work. Kinda weird, I thought, but he’s such a lame dad sometimes so I let it slide. Second viewing I figured it out. Oops. :o

Given my level of perversion I am SHOCKED that I did not come to this conclusion on first viewing.

I’m still shocked the network let them talk about Danny climaxing, but asked them to change the word “bitches” into “haters.”

I’m wondering why “climax” is considered more appropriate than the many other words that would have sounded more natural coming from a girlfriend, because I distinctly remember that word “bumming” Liz Lemon out and I don’t think “came” is particularly offensive.

Yeah that word is a little too clinical. I’ve used it in fic a time or two (because some of the alternates are cheesy.) but I expect better from the professionals.

But they’re OB/GYNs, so the fact that they’re clinical when they talk about sex is hilarious.  It’s kind of still that beginning/awkward stage in their relationship where they haven’t really adjusted the way they speak to each other.  It would be totally natural for these characters to sort of waver back and forth between how you WOULD talk to a BF/GF, and how they have always spoken to each other in their clinical setting.

I thought it was perfect.


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I wonder if they had to cut the stuff from the cold open in order to get the ending. I remember, years ago, seeing an interview with Gary Marshall about an older show. He said he wanted censors to allow them to use the word, virgin, in an episode. So they put it in the script multiple times, The censors cut every time except the one they really wanted, but if they had only put it that once, it would have been cut. Do you think they got the sexy ending bc they cut "This isn't True Blood?" etc.
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jsmapdi:

scarlettblythe:

alittlenutjob:

imadandylioness:

Huh hadn’t thought about that!

As for the censors, while what Messina did was hot as hell remember he was mostly still clothed. Only his shirt, jacket and belt came off. There was nothing really that indecent about it.

Are you kidding me, it’s like the filthiest thing I’ve ever seen. Little peek of abs, the tie still on, the quick and practiced unbuckling of the belt? 

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Honestly his face alone is the filthiest thing he’s ever seen. The rest… I’m running out of lives here kids.

His face is carved by an ancient Greek sculptor and it’s all goodness and light. Except his lips. Those are fucking filthy.


yourdarlinglittlesammy:

do you have those shows that you just pretend got cancelled after a certain season/episode and any following episodes just never existed in the first place?

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If you can see a future without me and that doesn’t break your heart then we’re not doing what I thought we were doing here.
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I wish I had access to all the answers. This fandom is so weird, I don't even know who's in the majority here anymore... If are the people who hate Nick and Jess together or the ones who love them together. I honestly hope the second kind of people win, but I'm afraid that if the majority of people who answered say that Nick and Jess ruined the show, then they'll never get back together again, and that would be the death of me!!!
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People blame Nick and Jess, but then almost unanimously quote S2 as the strongest.  It might seem like the show has reached a better balance right now, but I think people are going to get bored very quickly without the Nick/Jess chemistry.  They were gone from our TVs for 4 months, so of course the premiere would seem exciting.  I have no doubt it will wear off rather quickly.  The will-they-won’t-they never holds an audiences’ attention as long the second time around.


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What's your reason number 1 to watch new girl?
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We’re four seasons in now, I’m not going to pretend I watch this for the group ensemble.  I watch it for Nick and Jess.  The writers made it so I WANT to watch the show for Nick and Jess.  Even if they had to break up, they still needed to be honest and realistic, which I’m definitely not feeling while they still live together and are pushing each other to hook up with random people.



I just took the LONGEST Fox panel survey I have ever seen, and it was about New Girl. DAMN I hope they take all those answers seriously!

Not only did they ask me to be VERY specific on which relationships needed work on the show, they also asked for paragraph answers on exactly what I like and do not like about the show, as well as what I want to see in the future.  They even had an entire list of very specific reasons for watching and they wanted to know the #1 reason that I tune in every week.

I was brutally honest, but DAMN I want this show to get themselves together again!


imsirius:

"There are things that come along with getting older. You get really good at not taking things personally. When you see people acting or behaving a certain way, you don’t do what you did in your 20s, which is assume it’s because of something you did or there’s something wrong with you. You just watch it the way you would watch a child having a tantrum." x x

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