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19 Apr 2014


Rizzoli and Isles Caption Contest, Week 53, April 14 - 20, 2014

How to enter:

Repost (yes, download and repost) these images as a photo post with your caption before Sunday 6pm EST. Use the tag ‘rizzoliandislescaptioncontest’ so we can find and reblog it. We’ll feature the most popular posts (based on numbers of notes) at the end of the week. Please use a ‘read more’ if your caption is longer than 200 words. 


19 Apr 2014

You will not be. But, you have to promise you won’t beg me to stop. (rizzo’s song is the best. and the Sandra D song)

Rizzo IS the best. Especially when she’s mocking Sandy.

19 Apr 2014

xenapwns replied to your post “eblairproject replied to your post “jobethdalloway replied to your…”

They punch patriarchy in the face.

Then I’m on their side.

jobethdalloway replied to your post “eblairproject replied to your post “jobethdalloway replied to your…”

Haha gotcha. Well to be fair I do think early Spongebob and Animaniacs are actually pretty entertaining for adults as much as they are kids, you know, like some Disney movies (maybe?)

I’ll agree some Disney movies are entertaining for adults. Most of them, actually. But they call them ‘family’ movies for that reason. Parents can sit through them without wanting to tear their hair out.

(Btw, I watched Hunchback. I probably would have liked it as a teenager, but not as much as the others that were out around that time, Pocahontas, Lion King, etc. The music was good. I’m not sure Demi Moore was the right choice for that part. Anyway, as an adult, it’s way too religious for me. That’s one reason I loved Frozen: they managed to make a winter movie without any mention of Christmas.)

improvementispossible replied to your post “eblairproject replied to your post “jobethdalloway replied to your…”

Yeah, SBSP is only good in moderation, I must say.

I haven’t seen it, so I couldn’t say. I’m pretty sure I walked out of the room when it was on and I was babysitting.

19 Apr 2014


Best gif response ever! (also, can we watch Grease when I get there??)


19 Apr 2014

(Source: anitaplant)

19 Apr 2014

eblairproject replied to your post “jobethdalloway replied to your post:jobethdalloway replied to your…”

PPG THOUGH. SO GOOD. Honestly, the only cartoon that can rival my love for the Powerpuff Girls is Danny Phantom. I don’t care that I’m an adult. I do what I want. And sometimes what I want is to watch a good cartoon.

jobethdalloway replied to your post “jobethdalloway replied to your post:jobethdalloway replied to your…”

eh, apples & oranges. Bob’s Burgers is a currently running show that isn’t intended to appeal to kids, so you should feel safe watching that on your own :p I feel your point about wanting a kid for that reason though, but I’ve decided to stop caring

So, I hear what you’re saying about ppg, but that’s kind of the point. Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, The Simpsons, even South Park, are all grownup shows that are cartoons. Animaniacs, Tiny Toons, and I suspect the powerpuff girls and spongebob squarepants (although I haven’t seen that either) are cartoons targeted for kids but that don’t drive adults completely nuts. I’m not sure they’d appeal to an adult who didn’t see them as a kid.

19 Apr 2014


That awkward first date that isn’t really all that awkward.

I’d like for someone to edit scenes from each episode together to show how this is really the story of Jane and Maura as a couple, and this is their first date.

(Source: notashamedtosigh)

19 Apr 2014

I use Cormac as an excuse to watch spongebob squarepants. (and i might also use him as an excuse when he’s not even in the room) :P


19 Apr 2014

OMG first of all the powerpuff girls is legit an amazing show (one of those “kids” shows that holds up really well, imo) and that episode is ridiculous. Rubber Soul’s pretty good, yeah!

Yeeeah… idk. I just realized Bob’s Burgers is pretty funny. Or at least it has its moments. I’m not sure I can delve into the powerpuff girls. I mean, I liked Animaniacs, but it’s a lot easier to watch when you have a kid in the room as an excuse, you know?

19 Apr 2014

Stephen Sondheim’s Company, Lincoln Center, 2011

New York Philharmonic

Craig Bierko, Stephen Colbert, Jon Cryer, Katie Finneran, Neil Patrick Harris, Christina Hendricks, Aaron Lazar, Patti LuPone, Jill Paice, Martha Plimpton, Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Jim Walton, Chryssie Whitehead