i’m so glad about this
okay so especially in the two towers, any time legolas is not the focus of a shot, particularly in Helm’s Deep, he makes the greatest faces
like this one especially
i’m calling it Background Legolas and i want it to become a thing now
This is the best post. omg.
this is my happy video. When I feel sad, I watch this and it makes me smile. It’s like Julie Andrews said: “I simply remember my favorite things and then I don’t feel so bad”. Funny Johnlock AND naked Ben Cumberbatch: can’t get any better than that!!
My favorite thing in this whole show. <3
omg i’m going to cry
I checked, this is legit.
Woah. And apparently both are in the state of Washington… Who knew?
The beauty of David Tennant appreciation post
Om nom nom nom
Look at that one, he looks delicious!
Remember how everyone freaked out that Netflix was down over the weekend due to a power outage? There’s a good reason for that: Everyone was more hooked than usual last month. June was the video streaming service’s biggest month ever — they topped a billion viewing hours, according to CEO Reed Hastings, which in layman’s terms is a freaking lot. By those stats, every user watched Netflix streaming 80 minutes a day last month, according to one estimate. Viewing is poised to increase as Netflix’s original programming, including a new season of Arrested Development, expands. To put this in realistic terms, we tried to explain what a billion hours means in a way that everyone would understand: In Law & Order terms. Dun dun.
- 7,042,254 number of times you could watch the first eight seasons of “Law & Order” on Netflix, if given a billion hours; Lennie Briscoe would approve, even though it’s not even half the series
- 5,128,205 number of times you could watch Christopher “Detective Dreamy” Meloni do his thing on “Law & Order SVU”; unlike the original, Netflix has all twelve seasons source
» Bonus: Criminal Intent! Because a reader asked below about “Law and Order: Criminal Intent,” we did the math on that, too. You could watch Vincent D’Onofrio’s meal ticket 7,029,382 times, if given a billion hours.
That explains why it was lagging so much at times… haha I totally contributed my share to this though. Forget 80 minutes a day, my week of Doctor Who discovery, I was on Netflix more like 14-18 hours a day, which explains how I could watch all six seasons in a week…