Aries: He’s always sleeping in the fetal position, not because he likes it, but because he’s trying to keep the demons from coming out.
Taurus: We often forget that the person who tries to fix everyone needs fixing too.
Cancer: She doesn’t save love for rainy days; her heart is for always.
Gemini: You always loved summer on her lips, but will your heart survive a winter against her skin?
Leo: If he knows what to say, he may have practiced it on other hearts before.
Scorpio: I’ve been having an affair with your absence since you left because I never get over anyone I’ve ever loved. They’re all a part of me.
Sagittarius: You’ve always been the type to jump into the water before learning to swim, but the sound of his name won’t save you anymore.
Virgo: Maybe there’s only ever one heartbreak & every other one is just reopening the wound.
Libra: I’ve forgotten how to stay happy.
Capricorn: You gave me my breath back. You heard my silence and came closer.
Aquarius: I miss him even though he was never mine.
Pisces: Do you want me to wear my sadness or my loneliness tonight?
It’s the weekend — time to indulge!
Holy drunk hotness! I think I need to catch up.
🎈HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR AMAZING, TALENTED, SWEET AND DEAR FRIEND, LAURA!!!!🎈
Have a fun, happy and sexy day! 🎂
Her favorite scene for our favorite person. Happy birthday Laura!
You are referring to the rule that an actor who appears in 50% or more of a season’s episodes cannot submit in the “guest” categories.
Here is the relevant verbiage in the 2016-17 Emmy Rules and Procedures:
It is the decision of the entrant whether to enter as a lead,
supporting or guest performer, however, only performers appearing in less than 50% of the
eligible episodes are able to submit in the Guest Performer categories and only performers
appearing in 50% or more of the eligible episodes for short form programs are able to submit
in the Short Form Performer categories.
The way I read that is you can only submit in guest if you’ve appeared in less than 50% of the season’s episodes. That is, there is a limit on who of the performers is permitted to submit in the guest category. But those same limits do not exist for lead or supporting.
Strategically, I’m not sure it makes much of a difference. The guest categories always seem to be crowded but Weber was in four episodes so maybe has a better body of work to look at than someone who just did one episode. I don’t think he’s getting nominated so it’s a moot point, no?
Every Peter Quinn Scene Ever ︱ “The Covenant”
↳ “What is this, a group home?”
I love Clarice!
Gail and I had a few guesses – Gail thought The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. I guessed The Deuce.
While I certainly hope Janet would make an appearance in season eight, it seems very unlikely to me. I think they put the entire American politics storyline to bed in that finale.