“You’ve Got Mail! ‘I love New York in the fall, it always makes me want to buy school supplies’.” –Dana Ernest, Facebook
“Every Fall, my husband and I have ‘Pumpkin Spice Latte Day’. We never know when it is til it arrives – it has to be nice and chilly! We get some PSLs and curl up on the couch to watch – every year – You’ve Got Mail.” –michaelaf3
“Even if the film spans through the course of an entire year the fall scenes are the best. They are just so charming, creating the feeling of a happy wonderful parallel universe of bouquets of newly sharpened pencils and butterflies riding underground trains. How she decorates the shop for Halloween, when he walks by the coffee shop to meet her, the kid fair with face painting. It just seems so magical and makes me want to snuggle up with a blanket and a hot chocolate!” –camillac4d4943517
You are always efficient, well-organized, dependable, and self-sufficient. You prefer to plan things in advance and aim for high achievement. People who rank lower in conscientiousness may view you as stubborn and obsessive.
You are trustworthy, kind, and affectionate toward others. You’re known for your pro-social behavior and you’re often committed to volunteer work and altruistic activities. Other people may view you as naïve and overly passive.
You are known for your broad range of interests and vivid imaginations. You’re curious and creative and you usually prefer variety over rigid routines. You’re known for your pursuits of self-actualization through intense, euphoric experiences like meditative retreats or living abroad. Others may view you as unpredictable and unfocused.
You experience a high degree of emotional instability. You’re more likely to be reactive and excitable and you have higher degrees of unpleasant emotions like anxiety and irritability. Other people may view you as unstable and insecure.
OK, you remember some of “Our Song,” but it was their song, not yours, so who cares if you know all the lyrics. You probably know all the lyrics to your song, you just don’t know all of them to “Our Song.”
You got: “We are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
You’ve learned that not everybody’s worthy of your efforts and attention. Some people are just out there to use you, and some just seem to be out there to waste your time. It doesn’t matter to you, though, because you’re over it.
You’re a bit cynical, or at least you are as of late, when it comes to love. It seems like every time you get someone you chase them off, but you’re also a sucker for love. You’ll never stop the chase because you know that to get what you want, you have to get up and fight for it.
You’ve been through some pretty rough times, but now you’re back for blood. You may have been the butt of the joke before, but you kept your list of names and you’re coming after all of your wrong-doers now. You believe in karma and it’s what gets you through every day.
You’ve had a lot of trouble with love, but you’re still a hopeful person. You know that life isn’t easy and neither is love, and you’re determined to put your all into everything you do. The only question you have to ask the world is, “Are you ready for it?”
When Jane decides she’s going to take the other job offer at Incite and toasts with Kat and Sutton, it’s only appropriate that they borrow some of the same words said by their boss, Jacqueline, in the first episode of the season. “I expect you to have adventures,” Jacqueline says in a conference room full of Scarlet employees and board members during Episode 1. “I expect you to fall in love, to get your hearts broken. I expect you to have sex with the wrong people. To have sex with the right people, to make mistakes and make amends, take a leap and make a splash. And I expect you to unleash holy hell on anybody who tries to hold you back, because you don’t just work for Scarlet. You are Scarlet.”
It’s clear that these thoughts and philosophies, determined and encouraged by Jacqueline, are the backbone of the show. While her character is based on Joanna Coles, to most viewers she’s just Jacqueline, the fictional editor-in-chief who viewers tune in to watch on The Bold Type every week. She’s a strict, hardworking boss who cares deeply about her employees, especially those she’s chosen to take under her wing and mentor.
Kat, Jane, and Sutton (as well as the rest of their colleagues) respect Jacqueline and are sometimes intimidated by her, but more often than not these women are met with logical, motivational, and helpful advice from their boss. Jacqueline clearly has a vested interest in the success of her employees, which is a breath of fresh air when compared to the narratives about bosses we’re used to seeing on TV and in other fictional mediums in which editor-in-chiefs are more likely to be similar to Miranda Priestly (the notoriously difficult boss from The Devil Wears Prada, portrayed by Meryl Streep) than a compassionate boss who still cares about their publication succeeding.
Throughout the season, the show reveals bits and pieces of Jacqueline’s own professional journey and her personal history that led her to running Scarlet magazine. In the season finale, for example, viewers even see Jacqueline explain how she’s a sexual assault survivor — and equally as important, we see her support her employees time and again, constantly teaching lessons about the significance of work, relationships, and everything in between.
And none of them are surprised at the success both of the girls continued to have after leaving Barney & Friends:
Holmes: You never know which kids are going to go on and do something, but we were pleased, but I don’t know that everybody was completely surprised because they were both talented and both great kids, very professional, very focused, very motivated. So I don’t know that I was hugely surprised, but I was very pleased.
Houston: When I saw Selena landed Wizards of Waverly Place, I was impressed. And I watched it. I just watched it and I was like, “Wow, good for Selena.” I had thought it was wonderful. And same with Demi, too.
Janes-Love: I am very proud of Demi and Selena and how they have rose to the top.
In fact, at the time of “Wildest Dreams'” release, the video’s director revealed that Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were the inspiration for its content.
Defending the video against accusations that it romanticised African colonialism, Joseph Khan said:
There are black Africans in the video in a number of shots, but I rarely cut to crew faces outside of the director as the vast majority of screen time is Taylor and Scott. The video is based on classic Hollywood romances like Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, as well as classic movies like The African Queen, Out of Africa and The English Patient, to name a few.
In fact, doesn’t Taylor’s explanation of “Blank Space” bear a striking resemblance to not only the plot of the Burton/Taylor film, but also the lyrics of “…Ready For It?”
Speaking at the time of the song’s release, she said:
She [the character] jets around the world collecting men, and she can get any of them, but she’s so clingy that they leave and she cries and then she gets another one in her web and she traps them and locks them in her mansion.
Venus would take the record from her sister Serena, who currently holds the record for women with her Australian Open win in January, which she won at 35 years old, and from Ken Rosewall, who holds the record for men, winning the Australian Open in 1972 at 37 years old.
She said, “I think there’s this fallacy that because I’ve been an actor, people are going to hand me stuff. Nobody hands me anything. I’ll wake up earlier; I’ll stay up later. I will put my money where my mouth is. I have to read faster, and I respond quicker than other producers. I have to call and call and call executives until they say yes to my projects.”
We’re a couple. We’re in love. I’m sure there will be a time when we will have to come forward and present ourselves and have stories to tell, but I hope what people will understand is that this is our time. This is for us. It’s part of what makes it so special, that it’s just ours. But we’re happy. Personally, I love a great love story.
And, shortly after getting together with Meghan last year, Prince Harry admitted he was ready to start a family of his own.
During an interview with People magazine, he said:
I’d love to have children. There have been moments through life, especially when we do a tour abroad, when I think, “I’d love to have kids now.”