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This blog is excellent. Czech it out, I just got my first submission published there!
sharksandrec:

Parks and Shrekreation-I decided to mix it up tonight.

This blog is excellent. Czech it out, I just got my first submission published there!

sharksandrec:

Parks and Shrekreation-I decided to mix it up tonight.

robdelaney:

I have a free idea for the Obama campaign that maybe someone has already thought of. Let me first say I really could give a shit about Barack Obama as a person; he’s as good as Romney for the “one percent” and Wall Street and is as poisoned by cash as any other Republican or Democrat our country’s…

illbethereforu:

can-it-boobs / reidock:


Holy shit. During tonight’s episode, this was slipped in during Troy and Abed’s Christmas Invasion under the lyric ”If years were seasons, this December would be the December of our December.”
This is the entire series’ master story circle. The whole thing. If you don’t know what that is, read this article. Basically this is the master arc of the entire series.
You’ll notice something else: as per Dan Harmon’s story structure, it’s broken into quadrants. These quadrants correspond to story and emotional landmarks that stories should hit at certain points. They also correspond to seasons of the show. Each of the pictures in quadrant 1 (upper right) are from season 1, quadrant 2 from season 2, and so on. There’s only 4 quadrants. So I guess if we make it to season 4, that might be all we get.
Also: each of the small circles after the highlighted one (tonight’s episode) is grayed out with static, representing the uncertainty of the show’s future. Also remember the lyric this came up under: ”If years were seasons, this December would be the December of our December.”
Dan Harmon, you’re a genius. And I seriously hope you get to fill in those static circles.

1. A character is in a zone of comfort,2. But they want something.3. They enter an unfamiliar situation,4. Adapt to it,5. Get what they wanted,6. Pay a heavy price for it,7. Then return to their familiar situation,8. Having changed.

illbethereforu:

can-it-boobs / reidock:

Holy shit. During tonight’s episode, this was slipped in during Troy and Abed’s Christmas Invasion under the lyric ”If years were seasons, this December would be the December of our December.”

This is the entire series’ master story circle. The whole thing. If you don’t know what that is, read this article. Basically this is the master arc of the entire series.

You’ll notice something else: as per Dan Harmon’s story structure, it’s broken into quadrants. These quadrants correspond to story and emotional landmarks that stories should hit at certain points. They also correspond to seasons of the show. Each of the pictures in quadrant 1 (upper right) are from season 1, quadrant 2 from season 2, and so on. There’s only 4 quadrants. So I guess if we make it to season 4, that might be all we get.

Also: each of the small circles after the highlighted one (tonight’s episode) is grayed out with static, representing the uncertainty of the show’s future. Also remember the lyric this came up under: ”If years were seasons, this December would be the December of our December.”

Dan Harmon, you’re a genius. And I seriously hope you get to fill in those static circles.

1. A character is in a zone of comfort,
2. But they want something.
3. They enter an unfamiliar situation,
4. Adapt to it,
5. Get what they wanted,
6. Pay a heavy price for it,
7. Then return to their familiar situation,
8. Having changed.

robdelaney:

I’ve received a lot of praise for my anti-pot tweets, so I thought it might be useful to compile them. Amazing how powerful they are when you take them all in at once:

just found out a guy i thought was a friend does marijuana

guys i did marijuana 7x in high school trust me you don’t…

mattmorain:

Every @robdelaney mention of @BarackObama so far in 2011.

Individually delightful, collectively genius. 

@robdelaney