Pop Culture x Pokemon ~ Rachel Berry’s Pokemon Team:
Staryu - Gold stars are kind of her thing.
Serperior - A vegan with an ego needs her uppity Grass starter.
Jigglypuff - A diva with a voice that soothes the savage beast.
Baltoy - A living dreidel to keep her close to her Hebraic roots.
Flaaffy - An electric personality with enough wool for all her carousel sweaters.
Altaria - A Flying type to help her with her ascent to the top, with a killer voice to boot.
Pop Culture x Pokemon ~ Britta Perry’s Pokemon Team:
Zubat - Because she’s the worst.
Purugly - It might be two one-eyed Glameows glued together.
Metapod - She didn’t evolve it, she caught it as a Metapod in a fit of Generation I nostalgia.
Tentacool - Even in the water, she’s the worst.
Magikarp - Splash is her favorite move.
Wobbuffet - Originally interested in its non-violent ways, she fell in love with its ability to Britta everything.
Pop Culture x Pokemon ~ Dexter Morgan’s Pokemon Team:
Pawniard - For making those precision cuts.
Sharpedo - A bloodthirsty companion for dumping bodies in the sea.
Reuniclus - A lab geek’s best friend.
Sableye - His dark passenger.
Whirlipede - Perfect for administering that poison sting before a kill.
Cubone - Another soul born into blood.
Pop Culture x Pokemon ~ Lisa Simpson’s Pokemon Team:
Ponyta - The pony of her dreams.
Meditite - Her zen buddhist buddy.
Alakazam - A rare match for her intellect.
Sunflora - Her vegetarian doppelganger.
Delcatty - A companion for Snowball II.
Chatot - The perfect vocal accompaniment to her jazzy beats.
i really like the idea of designing the pokemon teams of tv/pop culture figures. idk why.
So I was stalking Dianna Agron’s Twitter and I noticed that she had commented that the character of Quinn was inspired by “All About Eve”. I assume that she means that Quinn was based off of Eve, the scheming, nasty main character, who is very similar to how Quinn was at the beginning of the first season. Being an obsessive Faberry shipper, I decided to check Wikipedia to see if I was missing anything. I definitely was…
Does this mean that “Quinn can always go gay” is actual “I’ve always imagined Quinn with homosexual tendencies and therefore it is a matter of whether a storyline is written to involve that in her progression.”
Getting gayer and gayer every day.
ok, but… eve harrington’s lesbianism is more theory than fact. if every character that some professor claimed was gay was universally acknowledged as gay, then every character in the entire western canon would be gay.
not that i don’t see it, but i’m not sure that’s what dianna meant
Community Holiday Figurines are going to be sold at the NBC Store! Set 1 features Duncan, Pierce, and Britta from the Community episode, “Abed’s Uncontrollable Christmas”.
i really want to buy these for someone and for that person to give them to me.