24 and still have no clue what I want to do with my life. If you didn't know that I love television, then you didn't look very hard. I'll be adding to the list because I'm always looking for new tv shows to get into. Current loves are Lost Girl (and Zoie Palmer), Rizzoli and Isles, Grey's Anatomy, The Fosters, Orange is the New Black, Downton Abbey, Project Runway, Major Crimes, Homeland, The Newsroom, House of Cards, Parenthood, and Pretty Little Liars. First ever television love...Friends. Other longtime loves are Gilmore Girls, ER, Alias, Smallville, The West Wing, The Closer, Boy Meets World, Full House, 24, The Office, 30 Rock and I'm sure many I'm forgetting.
I also live and breath Boston sports so that pops up on here too.



*1/4 through a fanfic* wait i’ve read this before

*2/4 through a fanfic* lol no i haven’t wtf is hapenning

* 3/4 through  fanfic* OMG I’VE READ THIS BEFORE

Dammit Parenthood…

There were many tears for me during the season finale of Parenthood tonight. I knew that Adam and Kristina would accept Haddie and support her no matter what. It’s just the kind of parents they’ve always been. But still, watching Haddie come out to her mom followed up by Kristina just telling her that she loves her no matter what and only wants her to be happy….damn that hit me hard. I wanted that so much from my mom when I told her about the girl I was dating in college. Instead I got silence…and “it’s a product of your environment”. Now my mom has come a really long way since then and I love her more than anything, but I’ll never forget how she reacted and how much it hurt. That scene in tonight’s episode is one of so many reasons why Parenthood is SUCH important television. It is just so real it’s scary. And I hope that this exploration of Haddie’s character and her parents’ reaction will help other kids in the same situation…and parents for that matter. I really wish I could see my mom’s reaction to it. Thanks for another great season Parenthood! 


Well that “Farewell to Cristina” promo thing made me want to curl into a ball and weep silently.