that one song that starts playing and you recognize it immediately and you just
"We got engaged an hour ago. We were on a rooftop, and I told her I wanted to take a time lapse photo of her looking off the roof, then when she turned back around, boom."
"Were you nervous?"
"I was more nervous when I had lunch with her parents to ask for permission. I couldn’t bring myself to ask, and actually had to call them back to the table after they’d gotten up to leave."
Get To Know Me Meme → Crucial Movies [7/10]: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (1958)
"Where did I fail you? Where did I make my mistake?"
This film was originally to be filmed in black and white, as was the standard practice with “artistic” films in the 1950s. (Virtually all film adaptations of the plays of Tennessee Williams had been in B&W up to that time.) However, once Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor were cast in the leads, director Richard Brooks insisted on shooting in color, in deference to the public’s well known enthusiasm for Taylor’s violet and Newman’s strikingly blue eyes.
what is this show even about
shhh it’s just the best medical show in the world
apparently its actually the most accurate medical show???
^ true facts. I found that out when my best friend was studying to become a paramedic. It was the only show all the paramedics watched and weren’t annoyed by constant medical mistakes/wrong procedures/wrong displays etc.
There’s an episode where Dick Van Dyke plays the nicest guy in the hospital whom everybody loves… buuuut he’s old and completely out of date on medical procedures and the perennial “villain” of the show (and also his best friend), Dr. Kelso, has to fire him for the very basic reason that medical procedures and technology are updating and changing every year and not keeping up to date with them means people will die and lawsuits will happen.
What has two thumbs and knows Scrubs was an awesome show?