I haven’t been blogging for a while due to work and life but just want to be sure that I make this point given recent events: Black lives matter.
I hope you all are feeling safe and happy.

I haven’t been blogging for a while due to work and life but just want to be sure that I make this point given recent events: Black lives matter.

I hope you all are feeling safe and happy.

(Source: twitter.com)

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Review Preview 810

I’ll post this over the weekend! Thanks again to hollywoodisdirt for the awesome messages that totally got me back to the review.

Unfortunately, it gets worse before it gets better (and it never gets better). Riley’s best bud is Peter, so they have a chat about those mysterious pills at school the next day. Riley calls them “performance enhancers”, Peter thinks they’re steroids, and that’s the whole exchange. It takes place in an empty classroom, my absolute most hated setting on this show, like it was specifically designed to annoy me.

Riley will stick around in that empty classroom for a while, too. At least long enough to reconnect with some guy, soccerstud_1717. They chat about their pictures and their bods until Riley notices Anya gazing at him from afar. He scrambles from his laptop to ask her out for coffee, which is pretty cute.

Meanwhile, Derek tries to chat up Leia and it is less cute, so he turns to his old friend Danny for help. Apparently, they’ve been growing distant since Danny’s makeover, maybe ever since the phantom manifestation of their bromance chose Danny over Derek, and this is Derek’s way of reconnecting. After all, when he’s done pestering Danny to set him up with Leia, he asks in a vulnerable voice, “Chill after school?” Maybe that was the real goal. But Danny shuts him down without a blink and walks away, leaving Derek with this sad look on his face and me, confused about feeling sorry for someone like Derek.

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mediaimmersion:

But can we talk about how Anya’s parents are the c o o l e s t

omg I looooooved Anya’s goofy old parents.

mediaimmersion:

But can we talk about how Anya’s parents are the c o o l e s t

omg I looooooved Anya’s goofy old parents.

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(Source: violentv)

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justintaylors:

degrassi meme: [1/3] families: the jeremiahs

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A PLOT HOLE IS ACTUALLY A VERY SIMPLE THING AND HERE IS HULK’S PERSONAL DEFINITION: IT’S WHEN THERE IS A CRUCIAL GAP OR INCONSISTENCY IN A STORYLINE (AS PRESENTED) THAT PREVENTS THE PROPER FUNCTIONING OF THE PLOT OR CENTRAL CHARACTERIZATION (AS PRESENTED).”

(Source: zoerivas)

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germaican:

Hollingsworth Body Language in No Surprises (requested by judcute)

judcute brought up a great observation; notice how the Hollingsworth family sits during their mock interview: the parents and Frankie sit with their legs crossed in the same way and direction, very proper and unified. Hunter only crosses his leg when he’s about to be asked a question, and does so differently than the rest. Miles, meanwhile, is obviously agitated, fidgeting and slouching, only crossing his leg when he’s mockingly behaving like “a Hollingsworth”.

I know this is probably too much scrutiny for Degrassi but I think it’s an interesting insight into the family’s dynamics. Frankie’s the poster child, Hunter’s different but still making it work, and Miles isn’t here for any of it.

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