Later, after Trek was on the air, the producers used the network’s concerns about sexuality to their advantage — they would deliberately put sexy stuff into episodes for the network to freak out about, so the censors wouldn’t notice other things. For example, in the episode “A Private Little War,” the producers deliberately put in a scene of Kirk having an open-mouth kiss with a half-naked woman, so the network could throw a fit about that — and not notice the blatant Vietnam allegory.
THIS IS WHAT STAR TREK IS SUPPOSED TO BE ABOUT
When JJ Abrams decided that he didn’t like the “philosophy” of Star Trek, this is some of the stuff he was knocking.
I don’t think people give Flash enough credit.…………….my goodness
He made it better.
The Flash is Awesome.
Sanji’s sexiness/badassery in Puffing Tom, wagon 4
UNF»> Damn it, I forgot how sexy Sanji is for a moment. Once again I am brought back into his thrall.
If we ever get to the post-apocalyptic era, I hope everyone dresses like this. Hot damn.
I have reblogged these before but I still like them. Especially bottom left.
THE TOP ONE THOUGH
I NEED IT
Another visit to faux New Rochelle: Mary Tyler Moore with Carl Reiner, left, and Jerry Paris on the “Dick Van Dyke Show” set in 1963. Photo by Earl Theisen for the article “America’s Favorite TV Wife” in Look magazine. View full size.
i don’t think anyone understands that when i say i get secondhand embarrassment easily i mean at the first sign of trouble for a character in a television show i immediately pause and sit there for ten to thirty minutes thinking “oh god they fucked up”
Some episodes I have to pause, run around the house for a little bit, maybe do some chores, and then maybe I can finish the episode.