Gotta do what I gotta do
Davon, father my future kids too man 😩
this is beautiful
requested by annj204
Loved this scene! Tell ‘em Mrs. Fitz
SUPPORT BLACK WRITERS,FILMMAKER,DIRECTORS ETC..
When I saw this article from takepart about Black &SexyTv I got really excited, because their show are the TRUTH! And I wish some of them would make it on tv. These show are everything B.E.T needs.
Black and Sexy TV was founded by four filmmakers—Numa Perrier, Dennis Dortch, Jeanine Daniels, and Brian Ali-Harding—in 2011 and takes its name from Dortch’s 2008 feature, A Good Day to Be Black and Sexy, which showed at the Sundance Film Festival. Though the channel began with just one program, it has grown to include six: The Couple, Hello Cupid, That Guy, Roomieloverfriends, The Number, andYellow. The series are each distinct but are grounded by a through line of authentic black experience, especially regarding love and sex.
Here’s a list of show from YouTube not all from Black&SexyTv you should check out when you got time.
The Misadventure of Awkward Black Girl
Dear Future Wife
Brothers With No Game
The Unwritten Rules
If you know any black YouTube series that I don’t did list do not hesitate to comment or message us the name. If you have a Youtube show send in a video.
For Justice and Equality for all
Because for some of us, Hunger Games is more than a book
“I didn’t realize the love people have for Carter until she was gone. The outpouring is still coming in. (Fans are saying) ‘When are you coming back?’ They’re giving the writers ideas to bring her back in flashbacks! That makes me feel good, because art is powerful in life. It can change a life – save a life. And that’s why I do what I do. I feel like God gave me a gift and I have to share it with the world. Sharing it means helping somebody. That’s why I don’t judge my characters.”
Read the article here ~~~> http://deepestdream.com/taraji-p-henson-reflects-on-person-of-interest-experience/
Why did they not realize that most of us loved Joss Carter????
It still amazes me that everyone seemed so shocked about that fact???
because to most people, she was a secondary character. she was advertised as such by the network. every poster or DVD cover or promo for the show always featured the two white male leads. Prominently. From the very beginning when the show first aired and they were getting a TVguide cover they didn’t even want her on it.
so yeah….I can see why she would be shocked.
Oh god yes…that poor tvguide cover story…don’t remind me of this crap…i loved it that Taraji spoke out loud about that.
She always does that. It’s great. One more reason to love her.
But i’m glad she still receives Joss Carter love…ehehe…she may not want to hear it any longer (i don’t know exactly), but the only thing i hear these days about POI (if i hear something to be honest) is complaining about the show itself and Joss Carter love….and with that i can live pretty well…
^^^^^^^ the bolded.
the show is not getting any buzz. POI 2.0 was a bust. nobody liked it and the ratings proved it. and yeah, the Carter love is still alive and well and going strong. and I can live with that also.
She was killed off… I boycotted CBS…. I haven’t returned to the network!
Japanese child actress Mana Ashida (little Mako) was embarrassed that she couldn’t pronounce Guillermo Del Toro’s name so he gave her special permission to call him “Totoro-san” instead.
My Neighbor Guillermo Del Toro.
If I don’t reblog this, assume I’m dead.