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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Coming for Heidi's Halloween crown. What's your costume(s) this year?

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  • 10/30/16--07:29: Brie Larson Goes Voting

  • Alright world. I'm about to wait in the insanely long and impressive line behind me to vote early! Power to the people✊ 🇺🇸



    Made friends with my fellow voters. I taught them my personal motto: "When life gives you a line, order pizza."


    I'm at the 3 hour mark. Voting YES on COMMITTED TO THIS ELECTION.


    And then the Channel 2 news showed up and they did NOT want to interview me. I love America!


    And then I got hungry again so Laura face timed me from the nearby "Choc O Latte" so I could pick out treats. Our friends were nice and let her leave the line, because SUGAR.

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    Some interesting highlights:

    - Right after everyone stopped dancing during the last episode, Jane and Brad got in a huge fight. Jane threatened to “grab him by the pussy”, Brad countered that she’d only get “a handful of Django Uncut” and the episode picks up 3 years later...

    - Penny moved to Japan and has been married 3 times, all on Kid Rock cruises.

    - Max moved to DC and has been working as one of those scary clowns on the streets. He reveals Scotty died. Max reveals he lost weight because he has aides – as meaning interns who helped with his work enough to give Max the time to workout.

    - Alex turned Xela clothing boutique into “a Fortune 500 global lifestyle brand" (Xela >>>> Goop). She goes to Japan looking for Jane.

    - Jane moved to Japan and is working for Toyota. (Alex thinks is a toy company that makes action figures of “that tiny green Jedi master from Star Wars.” So: Toy-Yoda.) Jane has an identical sex-robot that tries to make out with Alex (Jane: “If you rise to the top of almost any Japanese company, you end up in their sex-doll division”).

    - Dave has taken 'Steak Me Home tonight' around the country retracing Jon Favreau’s road trip from Chef. He has a tiny Lin-Manuel Miranda beard and a man-bun (ugh. he's the worst).

    - Brad moved into the wilderness and became a farmer. He now has a bushy white beard. (Max: “You look like the photo negative of a rabbi”.)

    - Alex tells Jane that Brad died and Dave drags Brad out of the woods and they set up a reunion. Brad and Jane get together again.

    - Derrick DRAMMAAAAAAA appears. Turns out he can only say one word like Hodor from Game of Thrones: 'Drama'. As a kid, Derrick was traumatized when his mom forced him to draw nude drawings of her. “Draw” + “Ma” = Draaaaaamaaaaa!

    - Scotty was not dead. He faked his death to get the gang together but while attempting to fake his death, he actually did die. (Penny: “I was supposed to sing ‘Torn’! Apparently, Scotty’s head was torn off his body by Brendan Dassey’s Sea-Doo).

    - The episode ends with Dave waking up at 5:30am (Bitch, it's 5:30!) next to Alex in the series premiere, before their wedding and revealing that the entire show has been a dream!!! (Dave: “It was so weird, a bunch of super weird stuff happened, but everyone was talking so fast, it was hard to follow… and Penny’s assistant was Jane the Virgin! Brad was on New Girl, Max banged Schmidt from New Girl – man, I really gotta stop falling asleep to New Girl.”).

    - Best quote: Max: “You know what I was thinking? What if George Wendt’s wife Bernadette left him for a throuple with Lucy Lu and Jamie King, then divorced them to marry NHL hall of famer Grant Fuhr, only to leave him for Everlast from House of Pain, then Sting, then Kevin Love, then Yoko Ono, then former ABC president Paul Lee, then Tuco from Breaking Bad, then Glenn Beck, then Harrison Ford, then Curious George, only to finally go back and rekindle things with George Wendt… would she go by Bernadette Wendt Lu-King Fuhr Everlast-Sting Love, Ono-Lee Tuco Beck Ford George Wendt?”


    For a looooooot (i mean a loooottt) more detail of what happened check the sources: 1, 2, 3

    OMG. IT WAS SO GOOD. I MISS THIS SHOW SO MUCHHHH. That ending tho.

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    - The only living member of the Minnesota based band Collage is alleging Bruno Mars and producer Mark Ronson of the #1 hit 'Uptown Funk' is 'a dead-on copy in rhythm, harmony, melody and structure' of their 1983 song 'Young Girls'
    - 'Uptown Funk' sold over 6.1 copies, is second longest #1 single in Billboard history and 'makes the label alone a reported $100k a week via streaming on Spotify'

    'Young Girls'


    'Uptown Funk'


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    m_phelps00 My best friend.... I love you!!


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    Celebs took to social media last night to share their Halloween costumes.


    Kylie Jenner as Christina Aguilera


    Amy Schumer and her bf as Dustin & Eleven from Stranger Things


    Ariel Winter as a Playboy Bunny


    Kourtney Kardashian


    Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon & dem babies


    Kendall Jenner with Katy Perry as Hillary Clinton


    Bette Midler as Winifred Sanderson & Kathy Griffin as Snapchat


    Nicole Richie as Sigfried & Roy


    Bonus! Chrissy Teigen's baby as a hotdog


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    there's probably more, post in the comments~

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    SETLIST:

    1. Fire + Can't Nobod

    2. Scream
    3. I Am The Best

    5. Come Back Home

    6. Gotta Be You

    7. Falling In Love

    8. Lonely

    9. Missing You

    10. If I Were You

    11. I Love You

    12. The Baddest Female

    13. Doctor Pepper

    14. Dirty Vibe
    15. MTBD
    16. Lifted

    17. Hello Bitches


    +The original, unreleased, official HELLO BITCHES MUSIC VIDEO was played+


    +Dara (of 2NE1 fame) was present in the show+









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    <<Last Weekend<Last Year View Index: By Year | By Weekend
    TW LW Title (click to view) Studio Weekend Gross % Change Theater Count /Change Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
    1 1 Boo! A Madea Halloween LGF $16,675,000 -41.5% 2,299 +39 $7,253 $52,019,343 $20 2
    2 N Inferno Sony $15,000,000 - 3,576 - $4,195 $15,000,000 $75 1
    3 2 Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Par. $9,550,000 -58.2% 3,780 - $2,526 $39,679,177 $60 2
    4 4 The Accountant WB $8,475,000 -37.9% 3,402 +70 $2,491 $61,257,172 $44 3
    5 3 Ouija: Origin of Evil Uni. $7,070,000 -49.7% 3,168 +1 $2,232 $24,638,625 $9 2
    6 5 The Girl on the Train (2016) Uni. $4,270,000 -40.4% 2,758 -333 $1,548 $65,918,480 $45 4
    7 6 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Fox $3,975,000 -32.6% 2,797 -336 $1,421 $79,879,180 $110 5
    8 7 Keeping Up with the Joneses Fox $3,375,000 -38.2% 3,022 - $1,117 $10,779,313 - 2
    9 9 Storks WB $2,785,000 -30.4% 1,901 -244 $1,465 $68,244,612 $70 6
    10 N Ae Dil Hai Mushkil FIP $2,135,000 - 302 - $7,070 $2,135,000 - 1
    11 10 Deepwater Horizon LG/S $2,100,000 -38.2% 2,054 -774 $1,022 $58,360,245 $110 5
    12 8 Kevin Hart: What Now? Uni. $1,670,000 -59.4% 1,656 -911 $1,008 $21,898,555 $9.9 3
    13 11 The Magnificent Seven (2016) Sony $1,325,000 -42.0% 1,330 -649 $996 $91,210,526 $90 6
    14 12 Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life LGF $1,225,000 -43.8% 1,295 -477 $946 $18,450,071 $8.5 4
    15 13 Sully WB $940,000 -36.9% 855 -317 $1,099 $122,357,965 $60 8
    16 19 Moonlight (2016) A24 $900,826 +124.0% 36 +32 $25,023 $1,471,619 - 2
    17 14 Denial BST $597,590 -37.4% 587 -61 $1,018 $2,981,270 - 5
    18 16 The Birth of a Nation FoxS $545,000 -40.0% 404 -229 $1,349 $15,072,151 $8.5 4
    19 15 I'm Not Ashamed PFR $440,000 -52.5% 516 +11 $853 $1,627,984 - 2
    20 18 Desierto STX $300,000 -40.0% 168 - $1,786 $1,598,472 - 3
    21 21 Queen of Katwe BV $281,000 -24.9% 238 -81 $1,181 $8,178,219 $15 6
    22 32 Certain Women IFC $202,500 +45.0% 90 +49 $2,250 $486,275 - 3
    23 27 Finding Dory BV $144,000 -35.0% 165 -18 $873 $485,690,436 - 20
    24 47 Kubo and the Two Strings Focus $131,000 +87.5% 176 +74 $744 $47,603,334 $60 11
    25 26 Priceless (2016) RAtt. $124,425 -51.6% 181 -113 $687 $1,372,436 - 3
    26 17 Max Steel ORF $118,626 -82.6% 281 -1,753 $422 $3,768,025 - 3
    27 24 Masterminds (2016) Rela. $109,500 -62.5% 215 -305 $509 $17,281,144 - 5
    28 38 Pete's Dragon (2016) BV $89,000 -9.0% 152 +18 $586 $75,443,395 $65 12
    29 31 American Pastoral LGF $86,000 -42.3% 51 +1 $1,686 $293,935 - 2
    30 N Mr. Donkey CL $81,350 - 20 - $4,068 $81,350 - 1
    31 29 Snowden ORF $77,988 -54.0% 87 -69 $896 $21,373,419 $40 7
    32 42 Hell or High Water LGF $59,000 -32.6% 71 -16 $831 $26,750,733 $12 12
    33 52 Harry & Snowman FR $40,000 -12.2% 25 - $1,600 $297,175 - 5
    34 48 The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years Abr. $39,566 -42.9% 60 -22 $659 $2,771,226 - 7
    35 56 No Manches Frida LGF $37,000 +12.8% 53 +16 $698 $11,512,729 - 9
    36 55 Christine (2016) Orch. $30,325 -12.1% 21 +9 $1,444 $108,243 - 3
    37 59 Don't Think Twice TFA $19,111 -33.4% 16 -9 $1,194 $4,362,127 - 15
    38 53 The Light Between Oceans BV $19,000 -51.9% 58 -42 $328 $12,535,175 $20 9
    39 N Oasis: Supersonic A24 $16,559 - 14 - $1,183 $227,567 - 1
    40 74 King Cobra IFC $12,192 +4.9% 4 +3 $3,048 $29,375 - 2
    41 68 Hunt for the Wilderpeople Orch. $7,062 -50.3% 15 -5 $471 $5,202,410 - 19
    42 89 The Uncondemned Abr. $3,672 -15.6% 2 +1 $1,836 $10,424 - 2
    43 110 Demon Orch. $2,813 +229.8% 9 +6 $313 $102,876 - 8
    44 108 The Greasy Strangler FR $2,000 +114.4% 1 - $2,000 $41,716 - 4
    TOTAL (44 MOVIES): $85,087,105 -31.9% 37,911 -5,597 $2,244
    <<Last Weekend<Last Year View Index: By Year | By Weekend




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    What did you watch this weekend ONTD?

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    Fiona sees opportunity in a laundromat for sale and decides to invest. Frank revels in the good fortune of his scam, but the troops catch a whiff of foul play. Meanwhile, Kev and V discover a shocking secret about Svetlana's father.






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    Holmes and Watson have plenty of suspects when they investigate the murder of a man who led a secret life as a vigilante, "catfishing" sexual predators on dating sites and publicly shaming them. Also, when Shinwell's criminal record prevents him from finding a full-time job, Holmes disagrees with Watson's plan to help him.


    Jonny Lee Miller: "Celebrating our 100th episode of #elementary airing this Sunday in style with the homeslice @lucyliu"



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    He says that Samantha Bee is not for him, but that's ok because her comedy caters to a certain group of women.

    In working with Amy Schumer, he was most drawn to the material that was most foreign to him. ex: the stuff about yeast infections


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    1. texas chainsaw massacre
    2. the greasy strangler
    3. the conjuring 2
    4. friday the 13th
    5. the shining

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    best horror movies to watch during the halloween??


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    source: SMTOWN

    such a bop <3

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  • 10/30/16--21:22: DIVORCE 1.05: Gustav (promo)
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    Minutes before we was to perform the national anthem at the Sixers' season opener the NBA told her she had to change. She refused, so they cancelled on her.

    The Sixers' apologized and invited her to perform again.


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  • 10/31/16--05:10: LIFE - Trailer


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    smh @ the black guy dying first. don't know if i would bother with this if jake g wasn't in it tbh

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    This is mostly an excuse to talk about the show, but here's some bullet points from the article.

    * The show is about a real life gender discrimination lawsuit in 1970 by women who worked at Newsweek magazine.
    * Through that story the show examines broader issues that affected women then and still affect women today, such as equal pay, sexual harassment in the workplace and the need for childcare.
    * The male characters are useless flops.
    * For a show that is so firmly rooted in second wave feminism, there are moments that acknowledge intersectional-ism.
    * Also, HBIC Eleanor Holmes Norton who is currently a Congresswoman for D.C. was a lawyer for the ACLU at the time and was the lawyer who brought the suit (and is played by Joy Bryant on the show).
    * AND Grace Gummer plays Nora Ephron.


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