Even with her very limited screen time this past season, Arts & Humanities eminence January Jones delighted with transcendent wonders and metaphysical adventures:
Betty Draper-Francis for life.
In addition to some of the choices said here (mostly Jesse Pinkman and Sterling Archer), I gotta add Derpy Hooves to the list. She started as a glitch, and became a background character, and oddly is one of the most endearing aspects of Friendship is Magic. I don't know, I always smile when I see that character pop up in the background.
And yes, Walter White is one of the best characters ever put on television. He may not be likeable, but I'll be damned if he isn't fascinating to watch.
"You are what you love, not what loves you"
- Donald Kaufman
Don and Betty from Mad Men.
Got to be Kalinda Sharma, Carrie Mathison, Don Draper, or Hannah Horvath right now.
Neal Caffrey - White Collar
Jesse Pinkman- Aaron Paul
Dont think ive ever cared for a character more
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When I first met River, he struck me as an angel,
some kind of supernatural being. An angel could be Gabriel, but an angel could be Lucifer too"
"Oooh! It says here your wife will be beautiful!!"
BUT WILL SHE LOVE ME?????
Heck yes to Mabel Pines. Hell, the entire central cast of GF (including Waddles!) could make a case for inclusion.
I was sorely tempted to add Wax Coolio to that, because how the hell do you beat Wax Coolio?
Also, now that I've finished BBC Sherlock, I can't get over how freaking awesome Moriarty is in that canon. Sorry I'm not sorry.
I would add Tina from Bob's Burgers to my list now. She's amazing.
I just finished The Wire. Omar, Lester, Kima, Stringer, Bunk....
Willow Rosenberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Rupert Giles (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Drusilla (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Spike (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
The Log Lady (Twin Peaks)
Audrey Horne (Twin Peaks)
Dale Cooper (Twin Peaks)
Bobby Briggs (Twin Peaks)
Nadine Hurley (Twin Peaks)
Robb Stark (Game of Thrones)
Daenerys Targaryen (Game of Thrones)
Tyrion Lannister (Game of Thrones)
Arya Stark (Game of Thrones)
Renly Baratheon (Game of Thrones)
Daniel Desario (Freaks and Geeks)
Nick Andopolis (Freaks and Geeks)
Kenn Miller (Freaks and Geeks)
Bill Haverchuck (Freaks and Geeks)
Randy Wagstaff (The Wire)
You can do it, Naomi! You're...
ONLY 10 EASY STEPS AWAY FROM OSCAR!
1.) Bankrupt small, independent distributor via massive Oscar campaign. Failing that, proceed to...
2.) Cash in King Kong residual checks to pay for FYC advertisements from Kinko's.
3.) To avoid getting sent straight to VOD, attach entire film as a "trailer" to another film people actually want to see. And then...
4.) Try to do it Lahti-style and win Academy Award for Best Short Film.
5.) Avoid telling a story that everyone already knows by adding exciting details and/or gratuitous editing.
6. Carefully and patiently weather the wrath of film critics/the royal family/the tabloids/Diana-maniacs for trying to add said details. (Good luck!)
7. Find all of the boxes with "August: Osage County" screeners and slip in self-made cam bootleg from premiere screening at Lowes...the hardware store.
(Not Loews, the movie theater -- too expensive!)
8. Trick octogenarian Oscar voters into thinking that you are, in fact, a real princess. (Hey, it worked on Eva Marie Saint!)
9. On Oscar night, have camera crews come to Nicole's house, Joan Crawford-style, so you can win and keep your day job.