Things We Saw Today: Not Everyone in the Cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Is Super Happy With Their Results From This “Which B99 Character Are You?” Quiz
Lin-Manuel Miranda really is Just Like Us, in that he, too, sometimes chooses BuzzFeed quizzes over productivity.
Me: Shit I have to memorize my lines
Also me: This Buzzfeed quiz says I’m this and I will TAKE IT pic.twitter.com/MYjas9dRGK
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) August 23, 2018
That quiz there says it can determine what mix of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Parks & Rec characters you are. It’s just another silly BuzzFeed quiz, right? Sure, until the Brooklyn Nine-Nine cast (who have been friends with Miranda since he joined the effort to save the show after its cancellation) start jumping in with their own results.
— Stephanie Beatriz (@iamstephbeatz) August 24, 2018
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) August 24, 2018
Chelsea Peretti got what might be the most intimidating combination possible.
LOOK WHAT I GOT pic.twitter.com/d1DTrveI40
— Chelsea Peretti (@chelseaperetti) August 24, 2018
This is making me feel worse about my result.
— Melissa Fumero (@melissafumero) August 24, 2018
Poor Melissa Fumero did not.
I don’t feel great about this. pic.twitter.com/VvD0DoWAq2
— Melissa Fumero (@melissafumero) August 23, 2018
Personally, I got “Terry & Chris,” which I feel is wildly inaccurate but I don’t care. I’m just here for these tweets.
- Zendaya is rumored to be taking on the lead role in the upcoming live-action Little Mermaid movie and wouldn’t you know it, people are being racist buttmunches about it. (via Slate)
- On that time Roger Ebert ranted about representation and Crazy Rich Asians‘ director Jon M. Chu was there to witness it. (via Pajiba)
- Everything you need to know about the bullshit term that is “rapid onset gender dysphoria.” (via Medium)
- Yay, Scotland!!!
Scotland will offer free tampons and sanitary pads to all school, college and university students, the first country in the world to do so. pic.twitter.com/0BgVua2Xtj
— AJ+ (@ajplus) August 24, 2018
- John Cho is teaming up with Master of None creator Alan Yang for “multi-generational family drama based on events that occurred in Yang’s own family.” The film will focus on “two people’s poor life choices and the consequences of those decisions.” We can’t wait for this! (via Vulture)
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