*takes the collar off my dog* ur nakey
"their mouths met and their tongUES DUELED FOR DOMINANCE. THE LOSER’S TONGUE WOULD BE SENT TO THE SHADOW REALM”
Straight boy: what are you wearing ;)
Me: a black corset with matching lace around it and a black leather miniskirt, pink fishnets and black combat boots. black lipstick, white foundation, black eyeliner and red eye shadow. I was walking outside Hogwarts. It was snowing and raining so there was no sun, which I was very happy about. A lot of preps stared at me. I put up my middle finger at them.
i don’t want to be a part of a college system where plagiarism is a worse crime than rape
i want a friend with benefits (dental and medical insurance, 401k retirement plan, etc.)
Q: How did the new show come about? Did the producers come to you and say they had an idea for a spinoff?
A - Odenkirk: I’ll tell you first off, I am surprised. I was surprised and I am surprised. In the second season of doing Breaking Bad I saw Vince in the hallway and he said “what do you think about doing a spinoff?”
People were immediately joking about it on set, I think because the character was so strong, the voice was so strong. You don’t usually have a secondary character with that much chutzpah and attitude. It’s just a very different energy, you know what I mean? It just made a splash and people joked about it, and then Vince asked me what I thought about it. I said “if you want to write it, I’ll do it.” At the time I didn’t really have an opinion on it — I still don’t have an opinion. It was all up to him.
I still don’t think of myself primarily as an actor. I know I’ve been doing a lot of acting the last three years with Breaking Bad and Nebraska and Fargo and now this, Better Call Saul. But I spent so many of my years professionally as a writer and it’s hard to think of being mainly an actor, although I certainly have the last five months. I’ve been playing Saul and he’s the main character in the show and he talks a lot and takes up a lot of space and oxygen. He is the show.
I think what surprises me is not so much the show, which came from Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould’s inspiration — it wasn’t something I asked them to do or begged them to do or chased them down for — it’s that they’ve found so much in the character. It’s so rich and there’s such storytelling and amazing background and fullness and dimensionality. That surprises me. I read these scripts and they’ve written these intense scenes about a person and his motivations and his drives and desires and dissatisfactions and his efforts to become himself. They’ve fleshed out this character so deeply that I can’t believe. I can’t wait for people to see it.
– from Bob Odenkirk goes from ‘Breaking Bad’ to ‘Better Call Saul’ and ‘A Load of Hooey’ (The Oregonian)
This should be posted in school hallways.
this fucking never fails to make me laugh