I initially fell for David harder than he fell for me. I was in love with him before he was comfortable saying it, and I think that speaks to our past experiences. I remember saying, “I think I love you,” and he was like, “That’s really nice,” which is not necessarily what you want to hear. But I appreciated his honesty in not jumping the gun and saying something because he felt obliged to. -Neil Patrick Harris
The 7 Stages of Grieving or The 7 Stages of Quinn Fabray coming to terms with Rachel marrying Finn Hudson.
Does this ever happen to you - like, I’ll sit in front of my computer to do some important work, and then I’ll just think “man. I wonder if Home Alone 2 made more money than Home Alone 1. I gotta look into this, now. Sorry important work, something more pressing has come up. It’s annoying, ‘cause what always happens is I’ll be researching one thing and I’ll see something else I want to look into. Like, for example, the Home Alone situation, I’ll see ‘oh wow, Joe Pesci’s in that movie. I don’t know much about Joe Pesci. Maybe I should learn everything about Joe Pesci!’ And I’ll spend hours doing this Joe Pesci research, and I know so much about Joe Pesci now, but it’s useless! It’s never going to help me! I’ve never heard of a story of like, a guy getting stopped in an alley by a dude with a knife like, “you’re gonna die tonight … unless you can tell me the name of the album Joe Pesci put out when he was a little kid.” “Little Joe Sure Can Sing.” “Damnit you’re free to go! I gotta stop integrating Joe Pesci trivia into my murders.”