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“I am the Scandal.” – Scandal Gif-Cap

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“The Price of Free and Fair Elections”

Sorry for the delay, Gladiators!  I’ve been in tech all week for Little Wars, which opens tomorrow in NYC (Get your tickets here!  I’m playing Agatha Christie!).  But don’t worry, I made time to watch this batshit crazy season finale!

In true Scandal fashion, last week’s bomb cliffhanger was resolved in the first ten minutes…

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I don’t know if you’ve noticed this, but we have so much stuff on us. Every pocket, it’s like “well, Beth has to have her notebook, she has to have her gun, she has to have her knife.” And we got the backpack! I remember when Norman had to give me a piggy-back ride, every single take would be like “Oh God!” That line where he’s like “you’re heavier than you look” …I don’t think that’s in the script. - Emily Kinney (x)

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“Making a blueprint for the future,” Ron tells her, “is a fool’s errand.” (I have a head canon that Ron becomes a Robert Frostian poet in his retirement.) And whatever plans she’s still cooking up despite Ron’s advice surely didn’t include finding out she was pregnant in Chipp McCapp’s recording studio. Is that it for the Chicago gig? Leslie and Ben will certainly want to raise their children in Pawnee, at least for now. It’ll be a tricky transition for the show to get just right, insofar as what it means for Leslie to choose – in this case – family over career. She’s a feminist hero, yes. But she’s a feminist hero because she’s a fully-developed person with rock-solid motivations and desires. It doesn’t do us any good for Leslie to do ~what’s right for womankind~. It does us good for Leslie to do what she wants to do. And baby or no baby, we’ll always have her standing between our children and our society’s oppressive gender roles. No pink on girls’ soccer uniforms as long as Leslie Knope draws breath.
(via "You’re old as shit." - Parks and Recreation Recap)

I don’t know, this simultaneously falls into a trope of women doing the family thing because they want to (as a writer’s way of sticking to the old stereotype without “forcing” the woman into that role) and ignores Knope’s penchant for doing it all. She does literally everything, even when it wears her down to nothing. The choice shouldn’t be career or family, it should be Pawnee or career. And Ron has advised her, and we’ve seen it set up, that she has already created a legacy that will be left behind in Pawnee. Her coworkers in Parks and Rec are competent and will be able to carry on in her absence. Ron says this. It’s time for Leslie to go even bigger.

zanmor:

weareheadoverfeels:

“Making a blueprint for the future,” Ron tells her, “is a fool’s errand.” (I have a head canon that Ron becomes a Robert Frostian poet in his retirement.) And whatever plans she’s still cooking up despite Ron’s advice surely didn’t include finding out she was pregnant in Chipp McCapp’s recording studio. Is that it for the Chicago gig? Leslie and Ben will certainly want to raise their children in Pawnee, at least for now. It’ll be a tricky transition for the show to get just right, insofar as what it means for Leslie to choose – in this case – family over career. She’s a feminist hero, yes. But she’s a feminist hero because she’s a fully-developed person with rock-solid motivations and desires. It doesn’t do us any good for Leslie to do ~what’s right for womankind~. It does us good for Leslie to do what she wants to do. And baby or no baby, we’ll always have her standing between our children and our society’s oppressive gender roles. No pink on girls’ soccer uniforms as long as Leslie Knope draws breath.

(via "You’re old as shit." - Parks and Recreation Recap)

I don’t know, this simultaneously falls into a trope of women doing the family thing because they want to (as a writer’s way of sticking to the old stereotype without “forcing” the woman into that role) and ignores Knope’s penchant for doing it all. She does literally everything, even when it wears her down to nothing. The choice shouldn’t be career or family, it should be Pawnee or career. And Ron has advised her, and we’ve seen it set up, that she has already created a legacy that will be left behind in Pawnee. Her coworkers in Parks and Rec are competent and will be able to carry on in her absence. Ron says this. It’s time for Leslie to go even bigger.

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It’s like Leslie’s cuterus uterus knows. It knows that a Leslie Knope pregnancy should be at least three-times as metal as the average one. Leslie herself is unusually chill about it. And we mustn’t underestimate the competitiveness that courses through her veins; she’s also pretty cocky when she gets the news. For other women of her age, multi-births might be the result of a biological “going out of business sale.” For Leslie, they’re the great prophecy of her being mother to a significant portion of the Supreme Court fulfilled. (And, on Julie Andrews Movie Night, a decent Von Trapp cover band.)
(via "What’s goin’ down in Baby Town." - Parks and Recreation Recap)

It’s like Leslie’s cuterus uterus knows. It knows that a Leslie Knope pregnancy should be at least three-times as metal as the average one. Leslie herself is unusually chill about it. And we mustn’t underestimate the competitiveness that courses through her veins; she’s also pretty cocky when she gets the news. For other women of her age, multi-births might be the result of a biological “going out of business sale.” For Leslie, they’re the great prophecy of her being mother to a significant portion of the Supreme Court fulfilled. (And, on Julie Andrews Movie Night, a decent Von Trapp cover band.)

(via "What’s goin’ down in Baby Town." - Parks and Recreation Recap)

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Thanks to Peter’s zen master teachings, Mindy goes home with Lee, who seems like a prize, being a first grade teacher and Max Greenfield and all. But he sneaks out before she wakes up – in some really cute bedding, I might add – and misses out on Morgan’s freshly grilled bacon. So…his loss. Mindy demands a reason for everything, so she latches on to the man-scarf he left behind as a “Cinderella move.” Because if he doesn’t want to see her again, then it’s because something’s wrong with her. Probably the greatest truth that Peter can ever make her understand is that sketchiness is usually sketchiness for its own sake. Why did Lee sleep with her and walk away? Because he can. He would have done the same thing to the skinny girl Mindy boxed out at the bar. It’s not cynicism to accept that people treat each other this way. It’s self-preservation. All the more reason to hold on to the good ones.
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Thanks to Peter’s zen master teachings, Mindy goes home with Lee, who seems like a prize, being a first grade teacher and Max Greenfield and all. But he sneaks out before she wakes up – in some really cute bedding, I might add – and misses out on Morgan’s freshly grilled bacon. So…his loss. Mindy demands a reason for everything, so she latches on to the man-scarf he left behind as a “Cinderella move.” Because if he doesn’t want to see her again, then it’s because something’s wrong with her. Probably the greatest truth that Peter can ever make her understand is that sketchiness is usually sketchiness for its own sake. Why did Lee sleep with her and walk away? Because he can. He would have done the same thing to the skinny girl Mindy boxed out at the bar. It’s not cynicism to accept that people treat each other this way. It’s self-preservation. All the more reason to hold on to the good ones.

(via "Every part of it was an accident." - The Mindy Project Recap)

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