1. fullonmonets:

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    Twice yearly, we’re reminded of two things: 1. flossing regularly really is important, and 2. award shows suck, particularly for women and POC behind the camera. In anticipated disappointment over this Thursday’s Emmy noms, we’ve compiled our own, with one caveat: ladies only. And not because they can’t stack up against the men in their field, but because the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences probably won’t let them try. 

    Read on for SaraLenny, and Hannah's picks for Outstanding Writing - Drama and Comedy.

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    I like this idea, but any list leaving off “The Decision Tree” or “Hitting the Fan” or “The Last Call” (all written by Robert & Michelle King) is incomplete.

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  2. Congratulations to The Good Wife on their four Emmy nominations for outstanding performers in a Drama Series.

    All the awards!

    Reblogged from: florrickandassociates
  3. weasleyette:

    I’m sorry, but who doesn’t ship them?

    Reblogged from: fyeah-the-good-wife
  4. Wherein I have a short convo on Twitter with the composer for "The Good Wife" about the score for "True Detective"

  5. HR: It was Damian who was initially supposed to be Will 2.0, if you will?

    ROBERT Also, we thought the audience didn’t react well to Damian because he was originally supposed to be abrasive.

    MICHELLE We didn’t get to write the arc we plotted out for him.
  6. I was attending a Good Wife Q & A.  Someone complimented Christine Baranski on her hair, and Julianna Marguiles complimented my singing voice.  I attempted multiple times to fill out a Q&A card to give them regarding the upcoming soundtrack album, but was never successful.  Henry Winkler showed up as Julianna Marguiles’ dad.

    I woke up grinning at the bizarreness.

  7. nypl:

Tony award-winning actor Alan Cumming is many things, but typical he is not. Nor is he a cheese. So when he comes to The Library for the Performing Arts next month, don’t expect a typical talk about the acting process. (That’s why the title of the event is "I Am Not a Cheese; I Do Not Have a Process": Alan Cumming on Acting.)
A portion of the seats for the June 23 event are now available for advance reservation online. And don’t worry: if you can’t scoop up an advance ticket, the remaining seats will be distributed on a first come, first served basis the day of the event. We recommend arriving early. Click here for more info. 

    nypl:

    Tony award-winning actor Alan Cumming is many things, but typical he is not. Nor is he a cheese. So when he comes to The Library for the Performing Arts next month, don’t expect a typical talk about the acting process. (That’s why the title of the event is "I Am Not a Cheese; I Do Not Have a Process": Alan Cumming on Acting.)

    A portion of the seats for the June 23 event are now available for advance reservation online. And don’t worry: if you can’t scoop up an advance ticket, the remaining seats will be distributed on a first come, first served basis the day of the event. We recommend arriving early. Click here for more info. 

    Reblogged from: nypl
  8. ashleyeleigh:

    I knew this was coming! I knew it! I really hope she joins Florrick-Agos. 

    Me too!

    Reblogged from: ashleyeleigh
  9. It’s been a weird day.

    Yeah. Weird year.

    Reblogged from: margulies
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