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shelightsupwell:

BARTLET: It says here in a briefing paper hastily written by Deputy Josh Lyman that in the ’60s, when the Madison Superintendent of Schools banned Twelfth Night for reasons passing understanding, a Mrs. Molly Morello had students over to her house on Saturdays to read it. DONNA: I didn’t know that, sir. Josh wrote you a memo on Molly Morello?BARTLET: Yeah, ‘cause all I had tonight was a nuclear spill in Idaho. It says she came in two hours early to teach an AP English class she developed herself because the school didn’t offer one.DONNA: I was in that class.BARTLET: Sounds like she deserves a proclamation. I wish I could give her one, but I can’t. DONNA: I totally understand.BARTLET: It’s just too much inside baseball, you know?DONNA: You’re very nice to even talk to me about it.BARTLET: Charlie, I’ve been tapping my finger on the desk for about a minute now.CHARLIE: Sir?BARTLET: The magic man thing works a lot better when you pick up on the signals, Tonto. What’s that you say? There’s a phone call for Donna? [Donna looks shocked as Bartlet hits the speakerphone.] Good evening, this is the White House, for whom are you holding?MRS. MORELLO: [on the phone] I’m holding for Donna Moss. This is Mrs. Morello.DONNA: [whispering] Oh my God.MRS. MORELLO: Donna?DONNA: Mrs. Morello, it’s me.MRS. MORELLO: Is everything all right?DONNA: Everything’s fine.MRS. MORELLO: I hadn’t heard from you in such a long time so I thought…DONNA: No, everything’s fine. Sally Seidelman told me you were retiring.MRS. MORELLO: At the end of this year.DONNA: Well, I… I just wanted to say. I don’t know, I just… I just wanted to say…  I don’t know.MRS. MORELLO: Are — are you sure everything’s all right?BARTLET: [whispering] Tell her where you are.DONNA: Mrs. Morello, I’m in the Oval Office with the President of the United States and it’s because of you.        - The West Wing, 3x18 “Stirred”


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shelightsupwell:

BARTLET: It says here in a briefing paper hastily written by Deputy Josh Lyman that in the ’60s, when the Madison Superintendent of Schools banned Twelfth Night for reasons passing understanding, a Mrs. Molly Morello had students over to her house on Saturdays to read it.
DONNA: I didn’t know that, sir. Josh wrote you a memo on Molly Morello?
BARTLET: Yeah, ‘cause all I had tonight was a nuclear spill in Idaho. It says she came in two hours early to teach an AP English class she developed herself because the school didn’t offer one.
DONNA: I was in that class.
BARTLET: Sounds like she deserves a proclamation. I wish I could give her one, but I can’t.
DONNA: I totally understand.
BARTLET: It’s just too much inside baseball, you know?
DONNA: You’re very nice to even talk to me about it.
BARTLET: Charlie, I’ve been tapping my finger on the desk for about a minute now.
CHARLIE: Sir?
BARTLET: The magic man thing works a lot better when you pick up on the signals, Tonto. What’s that you say? There’s a phone call for Donna? [Donna looks shocked as Bartlet hits the speakerphone.] Good evening, this is the White House, for whom are you holding?
MRS. MORELLO: [on the phone] I’m holding for Donna Moss. This is Mrs. Morello.
DONNA: [whispering] Oh my God.
MRS. MORELLO: Donna?
DONNA: Mrs. Morello, it’s me.
MRS. MORELLO: Is everything all right?
DONNA: Everything’s fine.
MRS. MORELLO: I hadn’t heard from you in such a long time so I thought…
DONNA: No, everything’s fine. Sally Seidelman told me you were retiring.
MRS. MORELLO: At the end of this year.
DONNA: Well, I… I just wanted to say. I don’t know, I just… I just wanted to say…  I don’t know.
MRS. MORELLO: Are — are you sure everything’s all right?
BARTLET: [whispering] Tell her where you are.
DONNA: Mrs. Morello, I’m in the Oval Office with the President of the United States and it’s because of you.
       - The West Wing, 3x18 “Stirred”

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Jan 19th at 8PM / via: red-cassis / op: misswelch / reblog / 730 notes

“Books are the perfect entertainment: no commercials, no batteries, hours of enjoyment for each dollar spent. What I wonder is why everybody doesn’t carry a book around for those inevitable dead spots in life.”

Stephen King (via observando)
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parachemical:

Favorite Albums: Paramore - RIOT!

"Why the name ‘Riot!’?"
"Because, you know, we’re punk rock."

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Jan 19th at 8PM / via: annafooda / op: parachemical / reblog / 7,935 notes
mike:

Jan 8, 2014

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mike:

Jan 8, 2014

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findmesomebodytolove:

Sarah Michelle Gellar acordándose de los fans Buffy  al recoger su premio por The Crazy Ones <3

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“For seven years, I had the privilege to be a part of one of the most amazing television shows, and I’d never gotten the chance to publicly thank them: the cast, the crew, and all the fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. So, thank you, and thank you for this.”

Sarah Michelle Gellar, after winning Favorite Actress in a New TV Series at the 2014 People’s Choice Awards (via superwholockavenging)