I'm a human disaster, also known as Liz/fledmusic on lj/the weirdo who wrote Plantwardo.

Currently obsessing over: The Social Network (always), Game of Thrones/ASOIAF, Mad Men, THE GOOD WIFE!!!!!, Breaking Bad, and a bunch of other stuff. Also about to start gettin' real preoccupied with Outlander.

Always up for talking about: LOST, Battlestar Galactica, Sports Night, The West Wing, Stargate Atlantis, Friday Night Lights, and basically any tv show I have ever watched.

I love making new friends, so please feel free to talk to me on twitter or message me or whatever!

 

Mad Men Challenge
[5/10] Episodes:
"The Suitcase" S04E07

"Somebody very important to me died."
“Who?”
“The only person in the world who really knew me.”
“That’s not true.”

Don’t you walk away from me. You don’t know who you’re dealing with. Don’t tell me what I can’t do, ever! This is destiny. This is destiny. This is my destiny. This is – I’m supposed to do this, damnit! Don’t tell me what I can’t do.

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thedissolve:

“I’m generally skeptical of macho enterprises being called out as homoerotic; this happens all the time in reference to sports like football, and it often seems like another volley in the great nerd/jock war. But [Quentin] Tarantino is dead on about one detail: After Maverick succeeds in scoring a dinner date with Charlie at her home, he then mysteriously throws on the brakes when she tries to seduce him. It’s only when she appears in the elevator, dressed like a man, that she finally gets romantic attention from him. Nevertheless, if you don’t buy Top Gun as a subversive gay narrative, surely we can agree that the heat in this movie is entirely of the guy-on-guy variety.”

Our Movie Of The Week discussion of Top Gun wouldn’t be complete without a discussion of the (in)famous volleyball scene, and the film’s reputation for homoeroticism, which was goosed considerably by Quentin Tarantino’s rant about the movie in Sleep With Me. Our Top Gun forum discussion dissects this and more. [Read more…]