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SNL Cast - C U When U Get There  (Coolio)

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Datarock - Computer Camp Love [Official Music Video]

This song rocks and reminds me so much of the 80’s

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Lunchtime Links:
Oscars: Complete list of winners.
The Star Wars Saga: Suggested Viewing Order. (via.)
Techno Viking: The action figure.
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Lunchtime Links:

  • Single-Topic Tumblr of the Day: B to the F: The Novelization of Back To The Future. (via.)

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t-yger:

OMFG

just chillin here with ma lions I randomly have in my backyard

daises-sun:

t-yger:

OMFG

just chillin here with ma lions I randomly have in my backyard
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Oscar winner Jean Dujardin

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killams:

You gave this man an Oscar

Frankly my dear, I don’t give a dean.

Quite possibly the best moment of last night’s Oscars

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No group of presenters stood taller than the cast of Bridesmaids — perhaps because their bawdy little blockbuster received two Oscar nominations, but more likely because the six women were wearing the highest high heels imaginable.
Kristen Wiig (who shares an original screenplay bid with co-writer Annie Mumolo) joined Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy (who’s up for Best Supporting Actress), Ellie Kemper, and Wendi McLendon-Covey to present Oscars in a handful of categories, but they’re strutting out onstage as a pack.
“Do you know what music will be playing?” Wiig asked some of the crew members while Kemper proposed walking forward while dramatically strumming air guitars and Rudolph demonstrated a more Broadway-esque jazz-hands kick-line.
Turns out it’s hard to do much with The Wedding March besides … march.
When Wiig and Rudolph were at the microphone, a booming voice filled the theater to give them some direction. Wiig looked worried. “Is that you… God?” (It was just director and co-producer Don Mischer, speaking via the auditorium sound system from the control room.)
Wiig taunted him to zoom in closer and closer, watching herself on an adjacent screen as a camera did an extreme close-up to one nostril. “No!” she cried, shielding her face. “I just got off a plane!”
Rudolph straightened her back and puckered her lips. “I didn’t,” she said. “Don’t I look fantastic?”
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intotheglitter:

This is all my feelings.

Glee Fandom, you are so FAST. (If you haven’t heard, Darren Criss is singing with Kermit at the E! Oscars Pre-show this weekend.)

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