Because my last masterpost got deleted, I’m remaking it since I know a lot of people had it liked and it will no longer show up for them. These are Broadway shows (and related things) that can be found fully on YouTube and other sources. Continue checking back to this post as I will be adding more shows as they are submitted). Hopefully I remembered everything, and if you have a suggestion or a request, just message me and let me know!
- 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
- American Idiot
- Anything Goes
- Avenue Q
- Bare (original off-Broadway cast) - Part 1 | Part 2
- Navigate This Maze (Bare Documentary)
- Bonnie and Clyde
- Catch Me If You Can
- Company (2006 Revival)
- The Drowsy Chaperone
- Hairspray (Touring Cast w/ Aaron Tveit)
- How to Succeed (Darren Criss)
- Jekyll and Hyde
- Kiss Me Kate
- The Last Five Years
- Legally Blonde
- Les Mis (10th Anniversary) | (US Tour) | 1999 | 2003
- Lestat (San Francisco)
- The Light in the Piazza
- The Little Mermaid (pre-Broadway)
- Love Never Dies
- Never Forget
- Next to Normal
- Peter Pan (TV adaptation)
- Phantom of the Opera
- Rent (movie)
- Rent (Live on Broadway)
- South Pacific
- Spamalot (Australian Cast)
- Spring Awakening - Version 1 | Version 2 | Version 3 (best quality)
- Spring Awakening (Matt Doyle)
- Sweeney Todd
- Taboo (Original London Cast)
- Thoroughly Modern Millie
- We Will Rock You (West End Cast)
- West Side Story (movie)
- The Wild Party
- Young Frankenstein
Exclusive Trekmovie.com Interview: Saldana also talked about if she would like to see her Uhura become more like the classic TOS Uhura [Question from Craig of Columbus, OH]…
“If they’re referring to the one that sits, mostly, you know… that people even wondered if she had legs… No. I hope not. Right now women are taking–having more participation and task-making. So I would assume that in our future, given our society today, their version of the Star Trek in the future–and I think it is a wonderful contribution to the franchise–is for women to have a more significant participation than just looking beautiful.”
let me lick your face.
I might do tumblr if someone will be my 4chan…
I kinda ship Google and Yahoo
“Yahoo.” An all-too familiar voice stopped at her desk. Yahoo looked up nervously.
“Oh. Hi, Google,” she said, fixing her pencil skirt as neatly as she could sitting down.
“I was wondering if I could sit here?” His voice was sultry, barely above a whisper in the almost deserted library.
“Yeah, su-sure,” she stumbled, closing her eyes momentarily to regain her confidence. “What are you working on?”
“Nothing majour,” Google said, relaxing in the seat next to her. “I’ve had to practically do so many people’s assignments for them because they’re too lazy to do it themselves.” He smiled slightly, trying to warm up the timid girl in front of him. He sat up straighter. “What are you working on?”
“I just needed a break. People kept asking me questions, and I got so tired of it, I came in here to get my mind off of everything.”
“Maybe I can help you?” Google slid his hand up her skirt smoothly, rubbing his thumb against her thigh. She gasped quietly, but did nothing to stop him.
“I—I’d be okay with that.”
I SHIP IT SO HARD
HAS NO ONE NOTICED 4CHAN IS BASICALLY SLENDER?
OH FOR FUCKS SAKE DON’T MAKE ME START SHIPPING THIS TOO!
Only on tumblr can you ship search engines…
This is just amazing. xD And look at Bing! I could sympathize…being short and all…but he just is trying too hard to compete with Google. Calm down, sport.
“So how was the library, hun?” deviantArt’s voice startled Yahoo, breaking her reverie.
“Oh, uh, it was… Nice. Very nice. Just nice.” Yahoo stumbled over her words, knowing her friend would never leave her alone if she found out Google had talked to her. THE Google.
DevA’s eyes narrowed, stabbing the point of her pencil in Yahoo’s direction. “What’s your deal?”
“W-what? Nothing!” Yahoo tried to swat the pencil away but the pixie-esque girl simply intensified her gaze.
“… Did someone troll you again today? Do I need to photoshop them with elephantiasis in some unpleasant areas?”
“What?! No, not again! It was nothing like that.”
DevA relaxed a bit, stretching in the office chair across from Yahoo. “Then what is it? Spit it out, girlie.”
Yahoo was about to insist again that it was nothing, when a whirlwind of energy bounded up behind her and leaned over DevA’s shoulder.
“Yahoo is just suffering a serious case of the UNFs. Google was totally hitting on her yesterday!” Tumblr smiled mischievously by DevA’s ear.
“What?! Girl, why didn’t you tell me? Are you serious?” DevA screeched, her eyes widening in disbelief.
“Oh, I’m serious. I’m totally shipping it. The entire situation was oozing sexual tension, I can’t even.” Tumblr squealed.
“T-Tumblr! Don’t say things like that! With my luck, Twitter will hear and it’ll be trending by tonight and what would I say to Google if I saw him again and ohmygod what if you’ve already said something to him please oh goodness tell me you’ve not said anything to him andandand-” Yahoo gasped for breath, her head light with the possibility of her long-time crush hearing such nonsense from the hyperactive coworker.
“What’s so wrong with Tumblr talking to me?” A sultry voice whispered across Yahoo’s ear, and by the almost-fainting look DevA was sending her and the evil glint in Tumblr’s eyes, Yahoo knew her life was over. Yep. It was just over.
“Well, uhm, it’s not that it’s wrong for Tumblr to talk to you,” Yahoo stammered guiltily as she turned to look into Google’s wise, blue eyes, “it’s just that, I-uh, am-uh working on a new project and uhm the uh, you knows don’t want me to uh speak of it…”
“Project? There’s no project. Yahoo was just telling me allllll about -” Tumblr was rudely interrupted by a slender hand across her mouth.
“Tumblr and I need to go talk about some Sterek art that has been circulating around between the two of us,” DevA declared a little too loudly for Tumblr’s comfort.
“Mmmmpph, mm, mumph,” Tumblr mumbled, flailing her arms around trying to bat Deviant away from her.
Yahoo’s shoulders tensed slightly as Google sat down across from her. He gently fixed his colorful tie with long, thin fingers. The nervous girl had just begun to relax when suddenly a beanie-d young male came out of nowhere toting a camera.
“Hey, guys, would you mind giving me a few frames so I can show the world all about the newly forming relationship between Google and Yahoo?” YouTube asked pointing the camera directly at Yahoo’s blushing cheeks.
“W-WHAT?! No, we, that’s not, you shouldn’t, YouTube!” Yahoo flailed, her glasses nearly falling off her nose in her flustered state.
The petite form of Facebook trailed up behind YouTube, draping her arms over the teen’s shoulders. “Oh, come off it, Yahoo. It’s not Facebook official anyway. Don’t get your panties in a twist.”
“Leave her alone, Facebook. Don’t overreact. I was only teasing, anyway.” YouTube said, shrugging the girl’s arms off his shoulders.
Yahoo had to fight the urge to to cover her reddening face and run as the camera was dropped from pointing in her direction.
Google merely chuckled, flicking up the slipping glasses on Yahoo’s nose. “Don’t worry about it. YouTube is just having a bit of fun.”
“Well, Google, if you wanna have some fun too I heard of a really great party happening tonight-” Facebook was cut off by a smooth decline from Google.
“No thank you, Facebook. I have previous engagements.”
“You’re such a slag, Facebook,” YouTube sneered.
“You’re such a British wanna be, YouTube!” Facebook screeched, following the young teen away to the social side of the office.
After giving an awkward chuckle, Yahoo cleared her throat and arranged papers on her desk that clearly didn’t need rearranging. “So. Um. Previous engagements? That sounds fun.” Stupid. Stupid, stupid, stupid. Smooth, Yahoo.
Google gave a half grin, his lips quirking up to the side. “Well,” he began, ruffling his shaggy hair, “I was hoping I’d be busy on a date tonight.”
Oh. Oh. “That… Sounds like fun. I hope you have a good time.” Yahoo said, giving a half-hearted grin.
Google’s eyes glinted with something Yahoo didn’t comprehend. “I will, if she says yes.”
“Who?” It was probably Twitter. She was so cute and always had the latest new to talk about and-
“You, beautiful.” Oh. Oh. Brain overload.
“Yahoo, is that a no?”
REBOOT REBOOT QUICK. “NO! No, I mean, it’s not a no, definitely not a no.” Yahoo sucked in a nervous breath, letting it out on a slow and breathy laugh. “I mean no, that’s definitely a yes.”
Google’s eyes brightened, adjusting his tie a bit as if he were… Proud? “Great. That’s really… Great.”
I literally hate every one of you.
This need to just go ahead and be a thing.
“What kind of heart doesn’t look back?” — Happy Anniversary Smallville Finale!
#Smallville was like that child that was adorable and you wanted to pinch its cheeks, #but then it grew into that sullen teenager you wanted to stangle at times even though you would never give up hope for it, #and then it became this beautiful adult you always knew it had the potential to be
This is literally the greatest.
Just imagine how fast Republicans would try to pass a ‘gay fetus’ clause if there was a way to test if a fetus will grow up to be gay. Suddenly it wouldn’t be a big deal to abort a gay fetus up until right before it’s delivered.
Superman, then, is the agent of modern fable — the most compelling
fable the 20th Century gave us….
At the heart of that myth and legend is Romance.
That is not the same as the weak, whiny demands of soapopera that begin with “characterisation” and crap on with demands for
ever more levels of “conflict”, “jeopardy”, “ensemble writing”, “tight
continuity” and all the rest of that bollocks. These things are unimportant.
Many of them just completely get in the way of the job at hand.
SUPERMAN requires only the sweep and invention and vision that
myth demands, and the artistry and directness and clean hands that
SUPERMAN is about someone trying their best to save the world, one
day at a time; and it’s about that person’s love for that one whose intellect
and emotion and sheer bloody humanity completes him. It’s about
Superman, and it’s about Lois and Clark. And that’s all there is. That’s
the spine. That must be protected to the death, not lost in a cannonade
succession of continuing stories.
That’s what, in the continuing rush to top the last plotline, I see getting lost.
—-Warren Ellis, WHY THEY’LL NEVER LET ME WRITE SUPERMAN
More true now than ever.