Interviewer: If you could live out any of the episodes for real which one would it be and why?
Karen: What’s the one where the least bad things happen to me in?
Matt: Two, The Beast Below.
Karen: Ooooh so we could go inside a Starwhale and land on a tongue!
Matt [mimicks Karen’s accent]: When I was a little girl I had an imaginary friend…
Karen: Shut your face!
Interviewer: That’s quite a good impression!
Karen: No it’s not! Don’t encourage him!
You feel better?
A little, yeah.
Jennifer Lawrence was hungry on the Red Carpet, so Jeannie gave her some Pop Rocks to hold her over until pizza time.
You can see the exact moment where her polite ‘Thank you’ switched into the pure childlike excitement of ‘HOLY SHIT POP ROCKS YEAH’
anna interacting with inanimated objects
so i was thinking about this today and how when kristoff says “meet my family” Olaf tells Anna to run. And she doesn’t. Olaf continues to encourage her to run away because Kristoff may be missing a screw or two, but she doesn’t. Anna just stands there and waits for him to explain. She doesn’t judge him immediately because talking to inanimate objects is something she’s grown accustomed to. Say what you want about Elsa being isolated, there’s no denying it, but Anna was too. This is something that connects Anna and Kristoff, because she had her parents and he had Sven and the trolls, but both of them lived without a lot of human contact. And that’s why they’re great for each other, because they know how important it is to that each other feels worthy and wanted.
This had never occurred to me.