I have wracked my brain for things to write about for the last few days. I’ve already touched on how my holidays were and how I don’t make resolutions so I was in a bit of a pickle. I went over to Kludgy Mom because she’s got an idea bank chock full of over 600 blog topics. hey, whatever works, right?
In a fantasy world, forget about spouses and loves, if you could fall in love with a movie or tv character, name 5 you would choose. Not the actors but the movie characters.
So, in no particular order, here we go:
Chuck Bass (Gossip Girl): ok. admittedly, he’s a bit of a manipulative dick. however, he was romantic when he wanted to be. he was expressive and honest to a fault. his suits were on point. and most importantly, HE’S CHUCK BASS. and that’s all that matters.
Favorite Moment(s): when he finds Blair in France and he’s a reformed man (for all of five minutes), when he bought Blair all of her favorite things and told her he loved her, when he saves Lily from Uncle Jack, ughh. i miss this show so much.
Dr. Dan Castellano (The Mindy Project) duh. do i even need to explain this one?
Favorite Moment(s): the reference letter, when he read Bridget Jones’ Diary to Mindy in the hospital, the dancing, the scene on the fire escape (“It’s real”)
Tuck (This Means War) first off, he’s hot. second, he’s a CIA agent. a man of mystery. third, that accent. aaaand i already told Tom Hardy i would have picked him, so might as well add him to the list.
Favorite Moment(s): the carnival/trapeze date, when they bust up the poker game and he pretends to be drunk.
Captain Danny Walker (Pearl Harbor) blast from the past, right? who could resist a man in uniform? especially one from World War II. i mean, classic.
Favorite Moment(s): when he and evelyn hung out in the cockpit… if you know what i mean ;-), when he and rafe team up against the Japanese pilots and do all of that fancy flight work
Jay Gatsby (The Great Gatsby) ugh. unrequited love. nobody does it better than j.gatz.
Favorite Moment(s): when he and Daisy reunite and he’s a big bundle of nerves, the whole “young and beautiful” montage.