i am kind of obsessed with fandoms

hannibal
game of thrones
house of cards
castle
arrested development
pretty little liars
suits
psych
and many more
thank you based fandoms
i am kind of obsessed with fandoms

hannibal
game of thrones
house of cards
castle
arrested development
pretty little liars
suits
psych
and many more
“If I can float a theory about why it has taken “The Mindy Project” all season to work out its kinks, it’s that those kinks would have played just fine on “The Office,” where Mindy Kaling learned to write TV. “The Office” is, obviously, a workplace comedy about a group of people who don’t like each other very much. Moreover, the sheer weirdness and boldness of so many of the personalities on “Mindy” would have fit right in on “The Office.” “The Office’s” mockumentary format is like a cheat sheet, a way for the writers to indicate how to feel about a certain sequence or personality, a way for the show to mock — or admire — its own characters before the audience can. (Go watch the very early episode of “Mindy” when the practice goes to a nightclub and think about how much better it would have worked as a Dunder Mifflin outing.) It’s a powerful tool and it may have taken Kaling a while to figure out how to get by without it. If she finally has, who cares that it took all year.”
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Willa Paskin (“‘The Mindy Project’ Finally Gets It Just Right” | Salon)

Interesting hypothesis from Salon about Mindy’s rocky first season. Not that I thought it was rocky so much as I died every time Danny looked at Mindy because whyyyy.

(via tornbread)
inketh:

Basically.
dunwall:

i extended it (click for high res ◕‿◕)