In an episode of The Simpsons entitled “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?” (Season 2, Episode 15), at the request of his newly-discovered half-brother Herb, Homer designs a new car: “The Homer.” It’s the car of Homer’s dreams, a car for the “average” American, a car so ridiculous and expensive that it completely ruins Powell Motors his half-brother’s business.
That hilarious episode first aired back in 1991. Now, more than twenty years later, engineers at Porcubimmer Motors have created The Homer for real, complete with a bubble dome, a horn that plays “La Cucaracha,” and, we’re guessing, an engine that sounds like “the world’s coming to an end.”
The most spot on cosplay of Tom baker as the Doctor ever!!!
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Jeremy Renner “Avengers: Age of Ultron” Interview - Comic-Con 2014
this interview gives me so much life omg
im so excited for him
Don’t you like it? I think it’ll do very nicely. The arms are a bit long. I can always take them in.
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ScarJo looks like she had been waiting her entire career to do that with Sandra.
Anonymous said: If Mary Poppins wasn't an extremely accomplished witch, I'll eat the Sorting Hat.
AU where hundreds of very accomplished witches became English nannies to magical children born into Muggle families
governesses showing children simple household magic so they didn’t suffer complete culture shock when they received their Hogwarts letters
nannies acting as liaisons between 17 year old witches and their Muggle parents to prevent arranged marriages that would have stifled their natural abilities
Petition to get Nathan Fillion a role in Avengers 2 so these two can act together.
Petition for that role to be
I think my favorite thing about Avengers: Age of Ultron will be watching Jeremy Renner play Hawkeye and actually get to be Hawkeye.
Not mind-controlled Hawkeye.
Not one scene and no credit Hawkeye.
Agent Clint Barton, codename Hawkeye, one-half of Strike Team Delta.
So Stephen Colbert dropped by the SDCC Hobbit panel dressed in his costume from The Desolation of Smaug
During the SDCC panel for the final Hobbit film, ‘The Battle of the Five Armies’, the world’s greatest Tolkien nerd dropped by, replete in his costume from his very brief Desolation of Smaug cameo.