despite being online for over 15 years now, i’m always taken aback by how affected i am by people i’ve never actually met in person. seeing allie pop up with a post, even a “transitional” post made me teary to know that she’s okay.
I really need more of these ladies. Much, much more.
My Daughter insisted on being “Princess Darth Vader” this year.
THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER.
Perfection at its finest.
Leslie and Ann, before the Parks and Recreation wedding.
I love these two so much.
Meryl Streep and Hilary Clinton snap photos with Meryl’s iPhone at the Kennedy Center State Dinner, Saturday December 1st in Washington D.C
YAY KRISTEN GILLIBRAND!
I’m super excited about Elizabeth Warren winning. Now, c’mon Obama!
“Role model is a sticky word,” said Mangold, the middle of three sisters. “I hope you find inspiration from my story, inspiration to do something out of the norm. And not just women, but men, children, everyone. I want people to wake up every day and be happy with what they’re doing. And you don’t have to be a tiny person. You don’t have to be my size - huge - either. You can be what you are and just rock it.”
Talking to Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair is like being on the set of their NBC series, Best Friends Forever (BFF). It’s a whirlwind of hilarity, infectious laughter, pop culture references – I completely understood why the scripts come mostly from the ladies’ improvisations and the connection that they’ve had for many years. And why those stories have affected so many fans who relate to the honesty and strong emotional connection of having a best friend that means the world to them.
Lennon and Jessica met while taking classes at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, where they not only developed their comedic skills but also took to heart the lesson that you don’t wait for somebody to give you a job in comedy — you make it yourself. When they got their chance, the two ladies wanted to make something that they felt their friends would find funny – and have been grateful for their support as BFF has suffered from less-than-stellar ratings.
The final two episodes of their six-episode run air tonight (Friday, June 1st) at 8pm/7c on NBC. The ladies talk about the show, their fans, Anne of Green Gables and why you shouldn’t wear your yoga pants all the time.