30 Days of Television
Day 20 Favorite kiss
Living Single comes to mind. Overton & Synclaire. When Synclaire says “Awww, nuts!” and just goes for it. It was as if we could breathe a sigh of relief that it finally happened. We all knew they were meant for each other from the jump!
30 Days of Television
Day 13 Favorite childhood show
I wasn’t the average kid. I don’t remember ever watching a lot of cartoons, outside of whatever was on Nickelodeon. I did enjoy my SNICK though. (Glad the 90’s are back.) The Secret World of Alex Mack. All That. Kenan & Kel. Are You Afraid of the Dark. Doug. Rugrats. Hey Arnold. Ren & Stimpy. (Be quiet, you idiot!)
But while most kids probably changed the channel or went to bed once SNICK was done, the fun for me was just beginning.
Enter Nick at Nite.
I remember watching this shit mad as hell at Dwayne at first. I was like “Really son? You just gonna let this N’ scoop your girl? That N’ was like 40 something too. You better go get her ass.”
1. I love Diahann Carroll in this entire episode.
2. That impassioned BABY PLEASE gets me every time.
3. When Whitley says I do.. I ugly cry and clap like a maniac.
The bolded. You could feel the desperation, the love. The look on his face after she says I do…… AH! Epic.
Reblog, again, because of reasons.
That. Look. [swoons]
It looks like underwear.
“So, like, right now for example. The Haitians need to come to America. But some people are all, “What about the strain on our resources?” Well, it’s like when I had this garden party for my father’s birthday, right? I put R.S.V.P. ‘cause it was a sit-down dinner. But some people came that, like, did not R.S.V.P. I was, like, totally buggin.’ I had to haul ass to the kitchen, redistribute the food and squish in extra place settings. But by the end of the day it was, like, the more the merrier. And so if the government could just get to the kitchen, rearrange some things, we could certainly party with the Haitians. And in conclusion, may I please remind you it does not say R.S.V.P. on the Statue of Liberty. Thank you very much.” - Cher Horowitz
There was only one night game a year. On the 4th of July the whole sky would brighten up with fireworks, giving us just enough light for a game.