"Culturally, it’s unacceptable, but it’s theatrical dynamite!"
Do you see how pleased he is to see her happy about something? I don’t think he’s seen her genuinely happy about anything in months, basically since college started. He offers her real encouragement about how he feels she’ll be a good big sister. And on top of that, he manages to make her smile when he knows she’s full of worry about her mum’s condition. Finn is so perfect for her. They’re perfect for each other.
I’m sad to see her go, but I understand :(
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when you got nothing you got nothing to lose
I got a job after reblogging this !
Ship and let ship! And most importantly Be Kind!
I really wish I had the energy to type out all of my thoughts about “The Mindy Project” last night, but I can’t do it. What I can say, is I am just so happy with how the season turned out.
Seeing another side of Danny’s character has been so refreshing. I often find myself wondering about different sides of a character’s personality. Usually, you never really get the full picture of someone.
Danny’s character started out being serious and slowly let us in to see his emotions and feelings. It’s nice to see how vulnerable he was in last night’s episode. Being vulnerable doesn’t make a man any less of a man. To me, it makes them more appealing. It is nice to see Danny as a well rounded character.
I really can’t wait to see what they do next season.
Some people find Schmidt calling Jess a prize and basically saying she’s like cake for fat guys, sweet and a reason to ship them? Let me rephrase that? Some people have started shipping Schmidt and Jess or found their scene romantic because he basically objectified her?
Because now that Schmidt is actually kind of being nice to Jess again, instead a complete jackass, there MUST be romantic feelings there. You know, because he can’t just finally be getting back to being a good FRIEND.
I can’t believe it!
I don’t get how people see romance everywhere, why can’t we just enjoy a “pure unadulterated friendship”? Especially when there’s a real lack of friendship representation on TV, imho.
Plus… This was supposed to be a show about friendship more than romantic relationships, wasn’t it? And it was doing it pretty good I must say…
I really liked the moment Schmidt and Jess had in the desert, when he actually talked like a real person and not like a jerk or a caricature.
Or the moments Winston and Nick had, here and there.
I miss these moments.