I love pictures of Mulaney on my dash just as much as the next girl. He's adorable but even more talented for sure. But I guess I find some of your tags & comments a little offensive. He has a girlfriend. They even live together. She's incredibly talented, gorgeous as well (and gives the best make up tips!) . I cant speak for annemarie & Maybe I ovethink it, but If i saw some girl was posting pictures of my boyfriend all over the Internet saying "mine". It would make me feel kinda awkward.
The “mine” tag was referring to the fact that the gif I made is mine, so if I ever need to find it again I can search for that tag. I was not saying he is “mine”. I took the time to make the gifs, I want people to know I made them
Oh really? Hmmm. Well I’m gonna let this one finish downloading and then use that for gifs (if it’s even possible, unless they just come out like shit) because it will be easier, but I’m going to see what the quality of the youtube one is, too.
:):) And that’s okay. I mostly just want to watch it because I can’t find it on amazon or anything, so I can’t buy it (which would be ideal, but whatever) and so I need to see it. The last time I saw it was probably 4 years ago. I need more Taran in my life!!
Does anyone have a download link for Stuck in the Suburbs?
Preferably a good one from megaupload or something? I’ve tried to look but I couldn’t find one easily (i’m also too lazy too actually look with a little bit of effort) and so I was wondering if any of you have one?
When it came time to perform the scene, Jason wanted to feel Marshall’s shock as palpably as possible, so he chose not to read Lily’s dialogue beforehand. All he knew was the last word of Lily’s line: “it.”
The first part of the scene involved a number of moving parts that had to be just right on a technical level: Marshall steps out of the bar, a cab pulls up in front of him, Lily gets out and gives him the news. The first four or five times we did it, the cab overshot its mark, ending up out of frame. Poor Alyson kept steeling herself to get out of that cab and deliver the most devastating line of the series, only to hear the Assistant Director yell “cut,” sending the cab lunging back to its original mark. It was a little extra torture in an already torturous moment.
Then we got one where the cab landed in the right spot. The moment Alyson stepped out, and she and Jason saw each other, it sort of made you marvel at what they’d spent five and a half years building together. Later in the season, when Lily would get to give Marshall the best news of his life by saying she’s pregnant, Jason brought Alyson flowers at the table read.
As the last words of Lily’s line — “he didn’t make it” — left Alyson’s mouth, I had to look away, as did our director Pamela Fryman. It’s our job to watch what happens, but in this case, what Jason and Alyson were going through was so unbearably real…we just had to trust that when we got back to the edit room it would all be in focus. (It was.)
The last line in the scene was something Jason came up with in the moment. He said, “I’m not ready for this.” None of us were.