having curly hair is like playing a really scary guessing game where you don’t know what it’s going to do until it does it and the only way to fix it is to take another shower
The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot, written and directed by Peter Davison, is now available online. Click the link to watch now!
So! After a few hours of sweating over excel worksheets (don’t judge me, excel has never been my thing), I’ve finally managed to get together enough stats to make a proper post!
Statistics cover from 1x01 to 5x03.
When a character is marked as singing a “song” rather than a solo or duet, this could mean that they’re singing lead, or a couple of lines, or are just backing up a group number; it also accounts for solos and duets. So long as they sing, I’m counting them.
Some interesting points:
- Blaine Anderson is the only character who has sung in every single episode of one season (Season 4). Surprisingly, there has been at least one episode each season in which Rachel Berry did not sing (season 1, Acafellas; season 2, Night of Neglect; season 3, The Spanish Teacher; multiple in season 4).
- However, Rachel is the character who has sung the most episodes in a row over two seasons (from 1x04 to 2x16, a total of 35 episodes in a row, trumping Blaine’s 27 from 3x21 to 5x03).
- Another interesting thing to consider when looking at these statistics is the number of songs, number of solos and number of duets related to how much plot each character has on the show. For example, Artie is the character with the second highest number of songs total, but has had less than half (subjectively) the amount of plot Rachel has been given.
- As a matter of fact, Artie is the only character to have appeared in every single episode of Glee so far.
I will point to this whenever someone says Blaine sings too much
Was ‘The Game’ a British thing… You think of the words ’ The Game ’ and you automatically lose the game??
fuck u omg ive not lost the game for about 3 years until just now
Once at uni, our lecturer stopped mid sentence, paused and said “I just lost the game.” before carrying on writing on the board. The entire auditorium groaned or swore very loudly. Good times.
young Kate Middleton and Prince William
OMG THIS IS PERFECT HOW CAN YOU NOT REBLOG
I LOVE THIS.
Um guys? This is from a BBC2 TV show called Double Take which featured celebrity lookalikes ‘caught’ in amusing situations or captured on CCTV… It’s not really Kate & Wills.
if you listen closely you can hear every british actor who wasn’t in the potter films dialing their agent