Call me Hawkeye FIERCE.

M*A*S*H. COMEDY. SITCOMS. BRITISH TV.

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koalatea:

i wanna be the girl who majors in english and who makes art and always looks so fucking cool and goes to shows and runs a cool real blog about her life and just fuckin owns everything
but no sadly im just the girl who dropped a kit kat on the floor and then ate it anyways 

(via imtheprettyone)

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rebeccariots:

Finally got a Con-worthy costume together! Meow!

I have an alter-ego that cosplays as Catwoman, so feel free to follow that tumblr and see my tentative steps into the world of photoshoots and cons :) Only just getting started but finally got my full outfit together now!

rebeccariots:

Finally got a Con-worthy costume together! Meow!

I have an alter-ego that cosplays as Catwoman, so feel free to follow that tumblr and see my tentative steps into the world of photoshoots and cons :) Only just getting started but finally got my full outfit together now!

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Reasons why M*A*S*H is important: Part Four

Still with me? We know how it conforms, how its filming was unusual, how it furthers character psychology. Last but not least, let’s look at how M*A*S*H handles dark situations that are definitely not funny. This is the final installment in this series!

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50 Days of TV

anna-ankh:

29. M*A*S*H

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“A war is like when it rains in New York and everybody crowds into doorways, you know? And they get all chummy together. Perfect strangers. The only difference, of course, is in a war it’s also raining on the other side of the street, and the people who are chummy over there are trying to kill the people who are over here who are chums.”

(via blushingpatrick)

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Reasons why M*A*S*H is important: Part Three

OK, this is the big one so I’ll have to split it up or it’ll go on forever. We know why M*A*S*H meets convention, we know how its filming was unusual for the times but, leading on from that, the truly groundbreaking step M*A*S*H took was utilising these new camera techniques to further character psychology. I apologise for how LONG this section is so I won’t be surprised if no one reads this.

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