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What now?

There is a satchel duet going on but Sam is in a trance which means he has no idea. And with Satchel I mean Rachel and Sam. cough cough, lmao. That’s my name for them.

hollywoodreporter:

Shonda Rhimes Responds to Intolerance Over “Gay Scenes” in Her TV Shows

nOTP: *holding hands*
me: isn't friendship just beautiful
OTP: *accidentally bumps into each other*
me: ...ohhHHMYYYY DID YOU SEE THAT DID YOU GUYS SEE THAT ITS GETTING PHYSICAL HERE WHEW ITS CANON ITS OFFICIALLY CANON THEY ARE MARRIED AND POSSIBLY PREGNANT

princessmajorcutie:

self esteem goals

shrekjpeg:

me: goes to see someones blog

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me: actually u kno what nvm

kilowatts:

i can’t stop reblogging this omg

I’m not here for work, I’m here for dinner.

Bamon | Welcome to Paradise 6x03 HD

At the end of the day, I want the fans to be happy, of course, but I think my experience on Glee was crucial. Not knowing what to expect there, and how I came into that show, where I was trying to split up one of the favourite couples (Kurt, played by Chris Colfer, and Blaine, played by Darren Criss). It was my first experience with social media and kind of reaching out with fans back and forth like that. And they hated me. Hated me. Because they hated the character, and they hated what the character was doing. So I had to deal with that. I tried to get them past the character - it’s not me! - but they were not listening to me at all. It was so difficult, the fans were insane, and it was a real shock for me. But looking back on it now, I think it was the best first job I could have had, for so many reasons. I’m actually really glad I had that experience before The Flash. I definitely appreciate it when people enjoy my work and say nice things, but I also can read negative things now and not be bothered. Because I love what I’m doing, and I focus on that. And you know, in another way, I think Glee also helped to humble me a little bit. It was just such a grand-scale thing, and there were these actors my age who had become big stars on that show, and suddenly I was working with them. So to be such a small part of something that was such a grand-scale show, it kind of humbled me going forward with everything, I think.

- Grant Gustin

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