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So annoying when there something that you’ve been doing for ages and ages and then you see someone else start to do the same exact thing.
Was it your Good Norming phrase?
Anonymous asked:I saw a post talking about Guggenheim's interview about 2x14 and when he talked about about it previous to the incident-of-2x13--that-shall-never-be-named he was all like this is a very Lance family-centric episode and now after all the backlash they've received for you know what(I can't even type the words it makes me sick) he's selling it as Felicity-centric and her reaction to the Sara situation, as that post righteously said, "it's more like damage control-centric." Thoughts???
Yeah, it screams damage control. He was the first one to tout the ‘Emmy worthy’ moment in the episode. There was also something about a scene with all the Lance family members spilling their secrets. Stephen talked up the Oliver/Laurel stuff.
And suddenly MG turns around and says it’s a big Felicity episode? That definitely sounds like spin control to me.
As soon as I saw M G’s statement about this episode being “Felicity centric” I knew it was said as a way to calm Felicity fans about the whole Sara/Oliver kiss. Not one other cast member has mentioned that a Felicity centric episode was coming. And even Stephen Amell said he hoped she get one in his Q&A last week. It is obvious that it really wasn’t written an one. And to be honest, I am not looking forward to Watching Felicity feel less than every one else bc Sara is on the team now. She never seemed to question it before.
Anonymous asked:So I guess Laurel will see something between the two cheaters and then she and Oliver will talk and he will say to her "I've loved you for half my life BUT now I want your sister"?
Or, “I’ve loved you half my life and now it’s time to let go” or “It’s never worked” or “We can’t be together and it’s time to move on.” Some bs like that.
I wonder if they are going to be staging an intervention for Laurel and that’s why they are all there.
Exactly one year ago, I had turned forty years old. I had spent the morning shaving my face and used an hour or so later that night to write my first Forty List blog post. I have since completely shaved my face twice and have gradually gotten used to seeing my face without hair. The moles still…
Awesome! Glad you had such fun with your list.