Surprise, Bitch! Keira Knightley Is Returning To “Pirates Of The Caribbean”

1. The last time we saw Elizabeth Swann was a decade ago (YES, it’s been that long) in the franchise’s third installment,
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End.

Both Keira and Orlando were NOT in the last/fourth film, On Stranger Tides.

2. And while we knew Orlando Bloom would be reprising his role as Will Turner for the latest and fifth installment, Dead Men Tell No Tales, it had only been a rumor that Keira MIGHT return, too.

In fact, she had straight up said she wouldn’t return to the franchise in the past.

3. But the new Japanese trailer just confirmed that, yeah, Elizabeth Swann will make an appearance in full corseted-gloriousness. And you can check out that brief AF shot here:

4. I have ZERO idea what’s happening in this clip, but it seems like a dream sequence?!

5. Which begs the question – what is Elizabeth’s fate in this film? Will is clearly going to be running around with their lovely spawn, Henry, but…will Pirates play ye olde Disney trope of the dead mother?

Or maybe Elizabeth decided to give up the pirate’s life and embrace colonial life?!

6. Guess we’ll find out soon. May 26 can’t get here soon enough!

7. And if you want to see the full Japenese trailer, check it out here:

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People Have Mixed Feelings About Netflix's Twitter Clapback To Hulu

3. They’re both major streaming services with millions of subscribers, so naturally, they’re competitors.

4. So, on Monday, Hulu tweeted this, throwin’ a lil shade at Netflix.

“Not on Netflix.”

5. Within an hour, Netflix replied with this tweet, and it went viral.

“Welcome to your tape.”

6. “Welcome to your tape” is a reference to the Netflix show, 13 Reasons Why. The main character, Hannah, who died by suicide, made a tape for each person she feels is responsible.

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Literally Every Person Of Color Who Had A Speaking Role On “Girls”

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Since its inception, Girls has gotten a lot of criticism for its lack of characters of color, considering it’s a show set in Brooklyn.

More people of color did appear as minor characters as the seasons progressed — Seasons 1 and 2 both had less than eight PoC say one word, a rate that tripled in later seasons — but Girls’ central characters are all white.

Now that the series has completed its run on HBO, it seemed like the perfect time to take a look back and break down all the PoC who had speaking roles on Girls throughout its tenure. (Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner were unavailable to be interviewed for this story.)

From notables like Sandy (Donald Glover) and Karen (Jessica Williams) to every babysitter, doctor, and receptionist, I present to you a list of literally every PoC to speak on Girls.

1. Joy Lin

When she appeared: Season 1, Episode 1, “Pilot”
Who she was: A fellow intern with Hannah
How many episodes she was in: 1

Unlike Hannah (Dunham), Joy Lin (Elaine Chun) got hired after their unpaid internship because she knew Photoshop. When Hannah left after getting fired, unbeknownst to Joy Lin, Joy Lin yelled for her to pick her up a Luna Bar and some SmartWater while she was out.

2. Hannah’s gynecologist

When she appeared: Season 1, Episode 2, “Vagina Panic”
Who she was: Hannah’s gynecologist (Sakina Jaffrey)
How many episodes she was in: 1

Hannah’s “Forrest Gump-induced AIDS phobia” popped up when she realized Adam (Adam Driver) might not be monogamous. So, she went to get tested by her gynecologist, who informed her in the next episode (over the phone, so you never saw her face again) that she had HPV.

3. One of Hannah’s sexually harassed coworkers

When she appeared: Season 1, Episode 4, “Hannah’s Diary”
Who she was: One of Hannah’s sexually harassed coworkers
How many episodes she was in: 1

Selenis Leyva was the first of many Orange Is the New Black actors to guest star on Girls (the series shared the same casting director, Jen Euston). Leyva played one of the coworkers Hannah told about being sexually harassed by their boss. The plot twist was that they all had been, but they went along with it because he gave them nice stuff, like an iPod Nano. Levya’s character, whose name wasn’t said in the episode, also decided to give Hannah a quick eyebrow makeover while they were in the bathroom, but she only made things worse.

4. Two babysitters in the park

When they appeared: Season 1, Episode 4, “Hannah’s Diary”
Who they were: Babysitters in the park
How many episodes they were in: 1

During Jessa’s (Jemima Kirke) stint as a babysitter, she sat with three babysitters in the park (one of whom was an Asian woman who never spoke). They all thought Jessa was an actress until she assured them, “I’m just like you.”

Later in the episode, she tried to unionize them until the black babysitter realized Jessa’s kids had gone missing. They all went searching for them in the playground, Mission Impossible-style, until the black babysitter ultimately found them and saved Jessa’s ass.

None of these characters had names in the episode, and they were credited as Jamaican Nanny (Sidné Anderson), Salvadoran Nanny (Angelic Zambrana), and Tibetan Nanny (Jo Yang).

5. Tako

When she appeared: Season 1, Episode 7, “Welcome to Bushwick aka the Crackcident”; Season 3, Episode 2, “She Said OK”
Who she was: Adam’s friend
How many episodes she was in: 2

Tako (Roberta Colindrez) was the first friend of Adam’s whom Hannah met. She was also the one who revealed Adam’s alcoholism to Hannah. She popped back up at Hannah’s birthday party in Season 3, where she showed up with her girlfriend.

6. The nurse at the hospital

When she appeared: Season 1, Episode 7, “Welcome to Bushwick aka The Crackcident”
Who she was: The receptionist at the hospital
How many episodes she was in: 1

After Jessa got her boss beat up at a warehouse party in Bushwick, they went to the ER where the black woman behind the front desk was telling a junkie, who was trying to fake appendicitis, to wait her turn to be seen. An entire episode filled with people in a warehouse in Brooklyn, and this was the only one of color to speak.

7. Sandy

When he appeared: Season 2, Episode 1, “It’s About Time”; Season 2, Episode 2, “I Get Ideas”
Who he was: A guy Hannah dated
How many episodes he was in: 2

After receiving lots of criticism for having zero characters of color who weren’t extras, Season 2 of Girls opened up with Hannah’s first and only black love interest of the series, Sandy, played by none other than Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino. We can’t exactly call them boyfriend and girlfriend, since he was more of the post-relationship “let’s just have fun” guy. They ended things in the second episode of the season because he didn’t like an essay of Hannah’s and she didn’t like the fact that he was a Republican. In their mortifying breakup scene, Hannah accused him of fetishizing her, quoted a lyric from Missy Elliott’s “Work It,” then told him she doesn’t see race. He asked her to leave and never come back.

8. The people Jessa and her husband cut in the taxi cab line

When they appeared: Season 2, Episode 1, “It’s About Time”
Who they were: The people Jessa and Thomas-John (Chris O’Dowd) cut in the taxi cab line
How many episodes they were in: 1

Pretty self-explanatory. They all just yelled “hey!” and other WTF sayings at once.

9. One of the cops who came when Hannah called 911 on Adam

When he appeared: Season 2, Episode 2, “I Get Ideas”
Who he was: A cop (Chike Johnson) who arrested Adam
How many episodes he was in: 1

During one of their “off again” periods, Adam made a surprise visit to Hannah’s apartment. She panicked and dialed 911, but then realized it wasn’t that serious and hung up. However, the police still showed up, and ended up arresting Adam for some other outstanding charges.

10. Soojin

When she appeared: Season 2, Episode 6, “Boys”; Season 3, Episode 8, “Incidentals”; Season 3, Episode 10, “Role Play”; Season 3, Episode 11, “I Saw You”
Who she was: Booth Jonathan’s assistant (Jorma Taccone) turned art gallery owner.
How many episodes she was in: 4

Booth Jonathan’s quirky assistant, Soojin (Greta Lee), was the first Asian-American character to have a recurring role. And by recurring, I mean she popped up again in about four more scenes the next season: Marnie (Allison Williams) ran into her at a yogurt store and found out Soojin was opening an art gallery in Manhattan and clearly doing way better than she was. Soojin took pity and hired Marnie as her personal assistant.

11. The woman who yelled at Adam and Ray (Alex Karpovsky) on the Staten Island ferry

When she appeared: Season 2, Episode 6, “Boys”
Who she was: The woman (Amirah Vann) who yelled at Adam and Ray on the Staten Island ferry
How many episodes she was in: 1

A dog Adam found and was trying to return barked at her on the ferry. And she wanted them to control their animal.

12. The guy who asked Hannah weird questions at Booth’s party

When he appeared: Season 2, Episode 6, “Boys”
Who he was: The guy who asked Hannah weird questions at Booth’s party
How many episodes he was in: 1

One of those questions included, “Are you the girl who got her period at the Dairy Queen?”

13. Radhika

When she appeared: Season 2, Episode 8, “It’s Back”
Who she was: Shosh’s (Zosia Mamet) college friend
How many episodes she was in: 1

Radhika (Anjili Pal) ran into Shosh and Ray (Alex Karpovsky) rollerblading. (“It’s so funny and vintage,” she said.) She ended up inviting them to a party, but Ray didn’t want to attend a college party, so Shosh went alone. “She’s the richest Hindi I know,” Shosh said about her.

14. The fine-ass doorman in Radhika’s building

When he appeared: Season 2, Episode 8, “It’s Back”
Who he was: The fine-ass doorman (Kareem Savinon) in Radhika’s building
How many episodes he was in: 1

The doorman Shosh met walking into Radhika’s party and later cheated on Ray with after exclaiming, “You’re really attractive for a doorman.”

15. An emergency room doctor

When he appeared: Season 2, Episode 9, “On All Fours”
Who he was: An emergency room doctor
How many episodes he was in: 1

When Hannah’s anxiety got really bad, an incident with a Q-tip landed her in the ER, where she was treated by a doctor with no name (Ranjit Chowdhry).

16. Laura

When she appeared: Season 3, Episode 1, “Females Only”
Who she was: A woman in Jessa’s rehab therapy group
How many episodes she was in: 1

Jessa met Laura (Danielle Brooks) at rehab, outed her – as she was discussing being molested by her uncle in group therapy – and later got kicked out of rehab for having oral sex with her.

17. Kobi

When he appeared: Season 3, Episode 2, “She Said OK”
Who he was: A date of Shoshanna’s
How many episodes he was in: 1

According to Kobi (Kobi Libii), he and Shoshanna met in the street when she and her friend pulled him into their cab and told him to come out with them for a night on the town (none of this happened on camera). She invited him to Hannah’s 25th birthday party where he told this story to Ray while looking for Shosh.

18. The DJ at Hannah’s birthday party

When she appeared: Season 3, Episode 2, “She Said OK”
Who she was: The DJ (Tasha Guevara) at Hannah’s birthday party
How many episodes she was in: 1

She got in an argument with Ray when he confronted her about ending a song he liked early.

19. Lise

When she appeared: Season 3, Episode 4, “Dead Inside”
Who she was: The receptionist (Marcella Lowery) at Hannah’s eBook publisher
How many episodes she was in: 1

She was manning the front desk when the news broke that Hannah’s editor died.

20. Susan and her husband

When they appeared: Season 3, Episode 4, “Dead Inside”
Who they were: Jessa’s old friend and her husband
How many episodes they were in: 1

Jessa thought Susan (Melonie Diaz) was dead for years, until she discovered it was just a lie Susan’s family told her to keep them apart so she could get clean and have a healthy life. Her husband (Johnathan Fernandez) came in after they talked about it and joked that he was glad he didn’t have to pretend Susan was a ghost because he didn’t think he would’ve been able to pull that off.

21. The book publisher who almost gave Hannah a book deal

When she appeared: Season 3, Episode 5, “Only Child”
Who she was: The book publisher (Marsha Stephanie Blake) who almost gave Hannah a book deal
How many episodes she was in: 1

She was aggressive and fake-laughed way too much. We never got to see her again because Hannah found out her old publishing company held the rights to her book for three years.

22. Karen

When she appeared: Season 3, Episode 6, “Free Snacks”; Season 3, Episode 8, “Incidentals”; Season 3, Episode 10, “Role-Play”; Season 3, Episode 11, “I Saw You”
Who she was: Hannah’s coworker at GQ
How many episodes she was in: 4

Jessica Williams was a breath of fresh air as Hannah’s coworker at GQ. She appeared in more episodes than any other black woman, and yet they still didn’t manage to give her much of a backstory, except that she had abandoned her creative writing career to write sponsored content for a magazine. We never saw her again after Hannah quit GQ.

23. Gerald

When he appeared: Season 3, Episode 7, “Beach House”
Who he was: A friend of Elijah’s (Andrew Rannells)
How many episodes he was in: 1

Gerald (T. Oliver Reid) was a Broadway choreographer who crashed the girls’ Long Island weekend with Elijah. He was also responsible for the only dance segment to include all four main characters, and for that, we’ll forever be grateful.

24. This waitress

When she appeared: Season 3, Episode 8, “Incidentals”
Who she was: A waitress (Wakeema Hollis)
How many episodes she was in: 1

She waited on Hannah while she got stood up by Patti LuPone. She had no idea who Patti LuPone was.

25. Clementine

When she appeared: Season 3, Episode 11, “I Saw You”; Season 3, Episode 12, “Two Plane Rides”; Season 4, Episode 1, “Iowa”
Who she was: Desi’s (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) girlfriend
How many episodes she was in: 3

Clementine (Natalie Morales), who played Desi’s girlfriend in Season 3 and the beginning of Season 4, was one of the few notable minor characters of color. She was gorgeous, super cool, and not afraid to tell a bitch to back off her man, which drove Marnie crazy, seeing how determined she was to be with Desi. Unfortunately for Clementine, Marnie succeeded and had an affair with Desi before he ultimately ended things with Clem and married Marnie. Clem is the real winner though because Desi isn’t much of a prize.

26. The NYU administrator who gave Shosh her degree

When she appeared: Season 4, Episode 1, “Iowa”
Who she was: The NYU administrator (Lorrie Odom) who gave Shosh her degree
How many episodes she was in: 1

She gave Shosh her diploma after she retook the class she had failed that forced her to graduate a semester late.

27. D. August

When he appeared: Season 4, Episode 2, “Triggering”; Season 4, Episode 3, “Female Author”; Season 4, Episode 4, “Cubbies”
Who he was: A classmate of Hannah’s
How many episodes he was in: 3

D. August (Ato Essandoh) was probably one of the only black students in Iowa’s writing program, which made his classmates think he was the coolest thing moving. His writing was often praised by his classmates, and he thrived while Hannah struggled to gain acceptance.

28. Chester Chong

When he appeared: Season 4, Episode 2, “Triggering”; Season 4, Episode 3, “Female Author”; Season 4, Episode 4, “Cubbies”
Who he was: Another classmate of Hannah’s
How many episodes he was in: 3

Chester (Jason Kim), like most of his classmates, was not feeling Hannah or her writing. (Fun fact: Kim was a writer and story editor on Girls.)

29. Hannah’s fiction writing class professor

When she appeared: Season 4, Episode 2, “Triggering”; Season 4, Episode 4, “Cubbies”
Who she was: Hannah’s fiction writing class professor (Myra Lucretia Taylor)
How many episodes she was in: 2

Bless this patient woman for dealing with that emotional-ass group of writers, and for being the one to finally tell Hannah that maybe Iowa’s grad program wasn’t for her.

30. The record executive who wanted to sign Marnie and Desi

When he appeared: Season 4, Episode 3, “Female Author”
Who he was: A record executive (Jordan Carlos) who wanted to sign Marnie and Desi
How many episodes he was in: 1

All I know is he was part of a trio of people who mentioned that none of them “really” had the power to make that deal happen. Nevertheless, he was super eager.

31. The police officer who gave Jessa a ticket for peeing in the street

When he appeared: Season 4, Episode 3, “Female Author”
Who he was: The police officer (Brian Michael) who gave Jessa a ticket for peeing in the street
How many episodes he was in: 1

One of the few men who wasn’t charmed by Jessa. He arrested her when she tried to rip up the ticket he gave her. At least he’s credited as Cop #1?

32. The woman checking in people at Ray’s community board meeting

When she appeared: Season 4, Episode 3, “Close Up”
Who she was: The woman (Natalie Carter) checking people in at Ray’s community board meeting
How many episodes she was in: 1

She warned him it was going to be a long meeting and told him to have a seat.

33. This kid who said “sup” to Hannah at school

When he appeared: Season 4, Episode 7, “Ask Me My Name”
Who he was: A kid who said “sup” to Hannah at school
How many episodes he was in: 1

There’s nothing more to say here besides they really milked the school scenario to include more PoC.

34. One of the speakers at Mimi-Rose’s weird art show

When he appeared: Season 4, Episode 7, “Ask Me My Name”
Who he was: One of the speakers (Otto Sanchez) from Mimi-Rose’s (Gillian Jacobs) weird art show
How many episodes he was in: 1

The speakers would go around reciting different New Yorkers’ stories and then randomly switch smocks with each other in the middle and pick up where the other left off. Yeah, it was weird to watch.

35. Adeem

When he appeared: Season 4, Episode 7, “Ask Me My Name”
Who he was: A taxi cab driver
How many episodes he was in: 1

Adeem (Ethan Herschenfeld) drove Mimi-Rose and Hannah in his taxi after they left the art show. Mimi-Rose told him he had a beautiful name; Hannah told him to make a left on a street. When he did, Adeem accidentally hit an old white woman crossing the street. The cops came, and Mimi-Rose and Hannah left him to deal with the mess.

36. Chezza

When she appeared: Season 4, Episode 7, “Ask Me My Name”
Who she was: The stranger (Suni Reyes) whose laundry Mimi-Rose left a poem in
How many episodes she was in: 1

“I’ve always wanted to leave a poem for a stranger.” —Mimi-Rose

37. The man who pierced Cleo’s tongue

When he appeared: Season 4, Episode 8, “Tad & Loreen & Avi & Shanaz”
Who he was: The man (Phil Nee) who pierced Cleo’s (Maude Apatow) tongue
How many episodes he was in: 1

This was one of the most painful scenes in the history of Girls and that’s no easy feat. The tongue piercing process is shown gruesome step by gruesome step. Cleo starts screaming and squirming the second the needle goes through. It’s not quick at all, there’s blood, Hannah almost throws up, and we all almost throw up too — it’s bad.

38. Wolfie

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 1, “Wedding Day”
Who he was: Desi’s friend
How many episodes he was in: 1

Wolfie (Baron Vaughn) led Desi in meditation on his and Marnie’s wedding day, which didn’t seem to prevent Desi from freaking out anyway and jumping into a lake prior to the ceremony.

39. This woman from Adam and Jessa’s AA meeting

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 2, “Good Man”
Who she was: A woman (Nina Mehta) from Adam and Jessa’s AA meeting
How many episodes she was in: 1

She chose to give up driving instead of drinking after too many DUIs.

40. Nellie

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 2, “Good Man”
Who she was: Hannah’s student
How many episodes she was in: 1

Hannah left Nellie (Juliana Himawan) in charge of the class because of her take-charge attitude.

41. This guy who worked at Helvetica

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 2, “Good Man”; Season 5, Episode 9, “Love Stories”
Who he was: A guy who works at Helvetica
How many episodes he was in: 2

Yassir Lester and Grace Dunham, Lena’s sister, played the peak hipster duo who ran Helvetica, the coffee shop that began to steal all of Ray’s customers in Season 5. They showed up again in Episode 9 when Shosh cased the place to help Ray beat the competition. (Fun fact: Lester is a also a writer for the show.)

42. The kids Adam played with at a carnival

When they appeared: Season 5, Episode 2, “Good Man”
Who they were: The kids (Devin Zamir Coleman and Nyri Haywood) Adam played with at a carnival
How many episodes they were in: 1

They laughed and said “OK.”

43. This woman who handed Shosh her breakfast

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who she was: The server who gave Shosh her breakfast
How many episodes she was in: 1

She said something so fast to her in Japanese, they didn’t even bother to caption it.

44. A policeman who directed people onto the subway

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who he was: A policeman who directed people onto the subway
How many episodes he was in: 1

He also said some things in Japanese no one felt the need to caption.

45. All the people Shosh greeted at work whom we couldn’t really see

When they appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who they were: Sosh’s coworkers
How many episodes they were in: 1

When Shosh walked into her office, she greeted her colleagues in Japanese as she passed them. They responded and you could see their faces in the background, but the camera never really focused on who said what.

46. Yoshi

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”; Season 5, Episode 5, “Queen for Two Days”
Who he was: Shosh’s boss/love interest
How many episodes he was in: 2

Yoshi (Hiro Mizushima) was Shosh’s boss who spent his first episode of the show wondering if she was into him too, until they finally kissed at the end of the night. They continued to date, and even had plans to meet Yoshi’s family before losing their “virginities” to each other in Episode 5. Then, Shosh decided to move back to America.

47. Satoko

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who she was: Shosh’s coworker/friend
How many episodes she was in: 1

Satoki (Kana Harada) was part of Shosh’s squad in Japan, and she wasn’t afraid to talk behind Shosh’s back in Japanese. #TeamYoshi

48. Shosh’s other friend in Japan who never got a name

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who she was: Shosh’s friend/coworker
How many episodes she was in: 1

Shosh’s other friend (Airi Kido) appeared in several scenes during the episode, but we never found out her name or much else about her. All we know is she worked with Shosh and wasn’t afraid to speak her mind (i.e., she told Shosh she spoke too fast and that she assumed Shosh was rich because she acted spoiled). A true MVP. Also #TeamYoshi

49. Yoshi’s friend who assured him Shosh was into him

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who he was: Yoshi’s friend (Ko Iwagami)
How many episodes he was in: 1

He thought all women in America do is have sex, and he liked to have hot candle wax dripped on him by dominatrixes.

50. Yoshi’s friend who told him maybe Shosh wasn’t into him

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who he was: Yoshi’s friend (Orson Mochizuki)
How many episodes he was in: 1

“It would’ve happened by now. American girls don’t hold back,” he said before declaring all women in America are sluts. He was also the guy who talked Shosh into putting on a nurse’s costume and whipping him at the dominatrix place they went to later in the episode.

51. The actor who played Detective Mosedale

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who she was: An actor who played a detective on a hit police procedural show
How many episodes she was in: 1

Lucy Liu’s cameo was in an episode titled “Japan.” That is all.

52. The lead singer of this band

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who she was: The lead singer (Sachiko Tonaki) of a band called FLiP
How many episodes she was in: 1

The song was good. She has no lines outside of singing though.

53. This dominatrix/host

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who she was: A dominatrix (Rirei)
How many episodes she was in: 1

She greeted Shosh and the guys when they walked into the establishment.

54. This dominatrix who poured hot wax on Yoshi’s friend

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who she was: The dominatrix (Alice Strange) who poured hot wax on Yoshi’s friend
How many episodes she was in: 1

They really managed to pack a lot of stereotypes into this episode.

55. Yoshi’s other friend who encouraged Shosh to put on the nurse costume

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 3, “Japan”
Who he was: Yoshi’s other friend (Shusaku Kakizawa) who encouraged Shosh to put on the nurse costume
How many episodes he was in: 1

He joined Yoshi’s friend from the bath spring earlier in pressuring Shosh to put on a costume. (He’s the one to her left wearing the hat.)

56. Adele

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 4, “Old Loves”
Who she was: Marnie’s neighbor
How many episodes she was in: 1

Adele (Vella Lovell) stopped Marnie in the hallway of their building to express her discontent with Desi’s spontaneous (and noisy) decision to add a wall in Marnie’s studio.

57. Shosh’s boss at the cat café in Japan

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 4, “Old Loves”
Who he was: Shosh’s boss at the cat café in Japan
How many episodes he was in: 1

Didn’t seem to like cats that much.

58. Dill’s friend

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 4, “Old Loves”
Who he was: Dill’s (Corey Stoll) friend (Leon Andrew Joseph)
How many episodes he was in: 1

He was onscreen for less than 10 seconds, during which he hugged Dill and apologized for being late.

59. Rips and two other friends of Charlie’s who catcalled Marnie

When they appeared: Season 5, Episode 6, “The Panic in Central Park”
Who they were: Charlie’s (Christopher Abbott) friends
How many episodes was they in: 1

Rips (Edward Carnevale) and co. (Luis Da Silva Jr. and Pedro Morillo Jr.) were hanging out with Charlie when he and Marnie were reunited for an episode.

60. Hector Medina

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 8, “Homeward Bound”
Who he was: A stranger Hannah hitchhiked back to New York City with
How many episodes he was in: 1

Guillermo Díaz played a man Hannah hitchhiked back to the city with after breaking up with Fran (Jake Lacy) at a rest stop during their short-lived summer road trip.

61. Tandice Moncrief

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 8, “Homeward Bound”; Season 5, Episode 9, “Love Stories”
Who she was: Desi’s spiritual guide/lover
How many episodes she was in: 2

Lisa Bonet won the two-episode role of Desi’s spiritual guide/lover/tour set decorator. Tandice’s main role was to help Desi cope with having to work with Marnie post-divorce. Marnie couldn’t stand her for obvious reasons, the biggest of which was probably how gorgeous she is.

62. Alexia

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 9, “Love Stories”
Who she was: Someone who works for Dill Harcourt Reporting
How many episodes she was in: 1

A production assistant of some sort at Dill Harcourt Reporting. Alexia’s (Analisa Watkins) two lines were “sure” and “yes.”

63. A fan of Desi’s

When she appeared: Season 5, Episode 10, “I Love You Baby”
Who she was: A fan (Shay Lee Abeson) of Desi’s
How many episodes she was in: 1

Who knew Desi had fans? She said “thank you” after he autographed something for her. We saw her later in the episode waiting for her friend (Lizzy DeClement) outside Desi’s dressing room while they had sex.

64. A writer Elijah cut in line at The Moth

When he appeared: Season 5, Episode 10, “I Love You Baby”
Who he was: A writer (Seaton Smith) Elijah cut in line at The Moth
How many episodes he was in: 1

Elijah got tired of waiting in line with Hannah at an open mic reading so he cut this man in line and put Hannah’s name in the hat twice. Hannah apologized on his behalf. Thankfully, they both ended up getting called to share their essays.

65. Paul-Louis

When he appeared: Season 6, Episode 1, “All I Ever Wanted”; Season 6, Episode 7, “The Bounce”
Who he was: A surf instructor turned Hannah’s baby daddy
How many episodes he was in: 2

Hannah met Paul-Louis (Riz Ahmed) while doing research for a piece about a female surf camp in the Hamptons. After bailing on his class, they met again at a local bar and ended up partying the night away together. Hannah decided she was going to have sex with him after seeing him effortlessly rap a Twista song. He decided to turn their one-night stand into a weekend fling after finding out Hannah hated the beach. He was actually given a backstory unlike most of the characters on this list, including the foreshadowing that his only goal was to be who his dad wasn’t. This portrait episode made more sense later in the season when we found out Hannah was pregnant as a result of their no-strings-attached fling. When Hannah called him to tell him, he passively let her know he didn’t want to be a father, cementing her decision to become a single mother.

66. Marlowe

When she appeared: Season 6, Episode 2, “Hostage Situation”
Who she was: A woman who owned a strange store in Poughkeepsie
How many episodes she was in: 1

While upstate with Marnie and Desi for the weekend, Hannah walked into Marlowe’s (Joy Bryant) store. After asking her why she “isn’t a model in Dubai or something,” Marlowe explained why she left the city. The story included her falling onto the subway tracks before being rescued by Chris Noth (yes, that Chris Noth).

67. Rachel and Zeva

When they appeared: Season 6, Episode 2, “Hostage Situation”
Who they were: Shosh’s old friends from college
How many episodes they were in: 1

Zeva (Barrett Doss) and Rachel (Annie Q ) were Shosh’s old friends who started a networking group for young professional women after their denim business skyrocketed them into success. But don’t ask them if trans women are allowed because they’re not sure.

68. Miranda

When she appeared: Season 6, Episode 3, “American Bitch”
Who she was: Chuck Palmer’s (Matthew Rhys) daughter (Caroline Watters)
How many episodes she was in: 1

A tense debate between Hannah and Chuck Palmer, a writer she once admired, erupts regarding his recent sexual harassment allegations, which strangely led to him pulling his dick out while they lay in bed together. They were interrupted when his daughter Miranda came home. Unaware of all of the above, she asked Hannah to stay and listen to her play Rihanna’s “Desperado” on her flute. Hannah was taken aback by Palmer’s admiration and gentleness with his daughter juxtaposed with everything else she had learned about him.

69. Bobby

When he appeared: Season 6, Episode 4, “Painful Evacuation”
Who he was: A regular at Ray’s coffee shop
How many episodes he was in: 1

Bobby (Bob Johnson) held up the line at Ray’s coffee shop with an old story about working for the city’s transportation department before dropping dead outside the shop. The episode gave off the vibe that he was a regular and neighborhood staple even though it was the first time we’d met him.

70. Raneed

When he appeared: Season 6, Episode 4, “Painful Evacuation”
Who he was: Desi’s rehab counselor (Okieriete Onaodowan)
How many episodes he was in: 1

This poor man, whose name we only knew thanks to his name tag, had the painful task of mediating a conversation between a narcissist and a drug addict.

71. The director of photography on Adam’s film

When she appeared: Season 6, Episode 5, “Gummies”
Who she was: The DOP (Christine Ng) on Adam’s film
How many episodes she was in: 1

She was part of the crew Adam hired to help him and Jessa make a movie about his relationship with Hannah.

72. Elijah’s coworker at Henri Bendel

When she appeared: Season 6, Episode 6, “Full Disclosure”; Season 6, Episode 7, “The Bounce”
Who she was: Elijah’s coworker (Jasmine Cephas Jones) at Henri Bendel
How many episodes she was in: 2

Like most department store workers in New York City, she was an aspiring actress. One night, when the store was slow, she asked Elijah to read lines with her for an audition she had the next day — an experience that rekindled Elijah’s desire to act. She appeared again in the next episode when he asked her to cover a shift for him so he could audition for a musical.

73. The casting assistant who told Elijah it was his turn to audition.

When she appeared: Season 6, Episode 7, “The Bounce”
Who she was: The casting assistant (Sydni Beaudoin) who told Elijah it was his turn to audition
How many episodes she was in: 1

She didn’t care that he had just gotten there and wanted a few minutes to prepare. She only cared about her greek yogurt.

74. Athena Dante

When she appeared: Season 6, Episode 7, “The Bounce”
Who she was: Someone auditioning for White Men Can’t Jump, the musical
How many episodes she was in: 1

When Elijah tried to run away from his audition last minute, he ran into Athena (Latisha Di Venuto), whose confidence and A+ pep-talking skills gave him the push to go back in and give it a shot.

75. A pawnshop owner

When he appeared: Season 6, Episode 7, “The Bounce”
Who he was: A pawn shop owner (Nikolas Kontomanolis)
How many episodes he was in: 1

When Marnie went to pawn some family jewels for rent, he let her know that they were actually fake. In typical Marnie fashion, she found a way to make the fact that her parents lied to her about earrings and a ring the reason why her life is miserable. The pawnshop owner rolled his eyes at her pity party and told her to take ownership of her current state of affairs. Not all heroes wear capes.

76. This woman from Ray’s oral history of Brooklyn project

When she appeared: Season 6, Episode 8, “What Will We Do This Time About Adam?”
Who she was: A longtime Brooklyn resident (Venida Evans)
How many episodes she was in: 1

After Hermie’s (Colin Quinn) death, Ray decided to record his own oral history project about Brooklyn and what it was like before gentrification. So then they let the old black woman in Brooklyn speak.

77. And this woman from Ray’s oral history of Brooklyn project

When she appeared: Season 6, Episode 8, “What Will We Do This Time About Adam?”
Who she was: A longtime Brooklyn resident (Khemali Murray)
How many episodes she was in: 1

Another black woman was also finally given the opportunity to speak thanks to Ray’s project. She talked about missing old Brooklyn, the block parties, and neighbors who didn’t complain about everything.

78. Two of the college students Hannah lectured before her interview

When they appeared: Season 6, Episode 9, “Goodbye Tour”
Who they were: Students at the college upstate Hannah where interviewed to teach (Benjamin O’Keefe and Dianca London Potts)
How many episodes they were in: 1

Hannah got nostalgic seeing them on campus and stopped to tell them to never forget about their friendship. In true millennial fashion, they were annoyed.

79. Byron

When he appeared: Season 6, Episode 9, “Goodbye Tour”
Who he was: Shosh’s fiancée
How many episodes he was in: 1

Hannah showed up to Shosh’s apartment after months of not speaking to her only to find out she got engaged to a man she met at a cupcake store. Byron (Justin Leong) mostly just smiled, but he did tell Shosh he was heading out to get some water.

80. Officer Schpoont

When he appeared: Season 6, Episode 10, “Latching”
Who he was: The officer (Rick Younger) who made sure Hannah got home safely
How many episodes he was in: 1

He noticed Hannah walking around the neighborhood with no pants or shoes, so he offered her a ride home. She declined, but he followed behind her anyway just to make sure she got home safe. She thanked him, by name.

81. Grover

When he appeared: Season 6, Episode 10, “Latching”
Who he was: Hannah’s baby
How many episodes he was in: 1

OK, OK, so he never spoke because infancy, but he did make a lot of adorable baby noises. And frankly, he got more mentions and screen time in one episode than most other people of color did in the entire series. The irony.

UPDATE

Items 9, 11, 12, and 19 on this list were added shortly after this post was published.

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Meet The Actor With A Disability Who Is Helping To Transform A Classic Play

Madison Ferris as Laura in The Glass Menagerie, with Finn Wittrock as Jim O’Connor. Julieta Cervantes

“Laura is very different from other girls,” Tom tells his mother, Amanda, in The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams’ largely autobiographical 1944 play. “She’s terribly shy and lives in a world of her own, and those things make her seem a little peculiar to people outside the house.”

In most productions of the play, Tom is right: Laura is meek, shaky, a wilting flower unable to stand up to her overbearing mother. A childhood illness has left her with a leg brace and a limp; in her perception, she is a “cripple.”

The role was originally played by Julie Hayden and has been taken on by Piper Laurie, Calista Flockhart, and Sarah Paulson in subsequent revivals; each woman has brought something different to the part, but, for the most part, Laura has retained a timidity that makes her as fragile as one of the glass animals she displays in her menagerie.

That’s why audiences have been struck — and Tennessee Williams purists distressed — by director Sam Gold’s new Broadway production, which stars Joe Mantello and Sally Field. Here, Laura is imbued with a surprising confidence. Madison Ferris, in her first professional role, creates a Laura whose sense of self runs counter to the way she’s described by those around her. At times, as when she plants a kiss on her gentleman caller Jim O’Connor (Finn Wittrock), she’s downright bold.

“How do you move through a world that isn’t built for you?”

The stark contrast between this Laura and past iterations was by design. In rehearsals, Gold and Ferris worked together to give Laura agency. “We discussed how to make her human, and how to make her a subject of the play rather than an object,” Ferris told BuzzFeed News, seated on the floor of her dressing room at the Belasco Theatre. “We wanted her to be strong; we wanted her to have a voice, to have opinions, to love her family, to want to hang out with Jim O’Connor.”

And so, at that moment when the script calls for Jim to kiss Laura, Gold’s production has Laura making the first move.

Williams enthusiasts may balk at the changes, but The Glass Menagerie has always been uniquely suited to loose interpretation. In the production notes for the play, Williams wrote, “Being a ‘memory play,’ The Glass Menagerie can be presented with unusual freedom of convention.” The words stay the same, but Gold — and other directors before him — have allowed themselves a certain openness with the text. Part of why the play is often revived is that no two productions are alike.

It’s not just Laura’s inner strength in Gold’s Glass Menagerie, however, that distinguishes her from past Lauras. Ferris has muscular dystrophy and uses a wheelchair; consequently, Laura’s limp, which Williams wrote “need not be more than suggested on the stage,” is presented as a visible disability. Reviews of the production have fixated on the choice to cast an actor with a mobility disability, largely because many audience members are still unaccustomed to seeing actors with disabilities onstage. What few are discussing is how disability transforms the character.

“Traditionally her fragility is her mental state, and in this production, her vulnerability is her physical state,” Ferris said, acknowledging what it would have meant to have a disability like hers in the 1930s. “How do you move through a world that isn’t built for you?”

Ferris with Sally Field as Amanda and Joe Mantello as Tom. Julieta Cervantes

Ferris is cautious when discussing her disability, not due to shame but because, as she put it, “I would hate for my disability to overshadow my acting.”

This is her introduction to New York audiences, and she wants to make the right impression. The Glass Menagerie is not only Ferris’s Broadway debut, but also her first professional role. Before this, she hadn’t acted since college, and although she had an agent, auditions were few and far between.

When she heard about the new production of The Glass Menagerie, she was in Sydney, Australia, where she had planned to spend at least six months trying to perform on a working holiday visa. Unable to travel to New York on her own dime, she put her audition on tape. “I knew that if I didn’t try, I would regret it for the rest of my life,” she said.

When Ferris got a callback, she did end up spending her own money on a flight back to the States. With the stakes so high, she admitted that she was nervous to the point of shaking, but quickly developed a rapport with Gold. The picture she’d had of Laura differed from Gold’s; throughout the audition, he wanted to see how well she took direction, and if she could play Laura in the unconventional way he envisioned the character.

Gold liked what he saw, and he continues to be impressed by Ferris’s performance in the play. “Every time she is onstage, every choice she makes, always feels like it’s her and it’s coming from an incredibly honest place,” he told BuzzFeed News. “She kind of can’t lie onstage, and that’s one of my favorite qualities in an actor.”

Because Ferris was new to The Glass Menagerie, it wasn’t hard for her to reconceive Laura. She was, however, working with a script that described Laura “like a piece of her own glass collection, too exquisitely fragile to move from the shelf.” And Gold was asking her to help create a Laura who was more steel than glass.

When learning her lines, Ferris blocked out stage directions that suggested a hesitancy and emotional restraint that her director wasn’t looking for. “It’s hard working against the text,” she acknowledged. Together with Gold, they worked on a new understanding of the character. The question was no longer “Why is Laura shy?” but rather “Why do all the other characters think Laura is shy?”

“You don’t have to be shy for people to call you shy, just because you’re not speaking,” Ferris continued. “‘Still waters run deep’ is how [her mother] Amanda describes her.”

Here, her disability also comes into play, as the way Laura’s mother, brother, and potential suitor project their expectations onto her mirrors the way Ferris is often treated in her day-to-day life. “People will think that you’re younger than you are, or your physical disability also affects your mental state,” she said. “People might assume you’re not smart or funny or a full-fledged person. And I don’t know where that comes from, maybe just a lack of representation.”

Ferris and Field in a scene near the end of The Glass Menagerie. Julieta Cervantes

Ferris thinks about representation often, but it was also a major consideration for Gold. “The Glass Menagerie is one of the few plays in the canon where there’s a character with a mobility disability, and I’d never seen it done with an actor with a mobility disability,” he said. “I thought that it would be a shame to do the play again and not give that opportunity to an actor that has a mobility disability.”

Gold’s approach is not common, as actors with disability and disability advocates are quick to point out. Casting nondisabled actors as characters with disabilities remains the norm on Broadway, as seen in productions of Richard III, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Side Show, and, yes, every previous Broadway incarnation of The Glass Menagerie.

And while there is now increased pressure to cast actors with disabilities in these parts, change is still slowgoing. There are signs of progress — the 2015 revival of Spring Awakening cast several deaf actors, as well as Ali Stroker, believed to be the first actor in a wheelchair to appear on Broadway. But even in a time of increasing awareness, disability is too often ignored in the larger conversation about diversity onstage.

“I’m tired of seeing the same bodies all the time.”

That indifference toward disability representation might account for some of the backlash this production of The Glass Menagerie has received. While the reviews have largely been positive, there have been accusations of exploitation, as well as some audience members who have confessed feeling uncomfortable at watching Ferris onstage: When she’s not using a wheelchair, she moves across the stage with her hands and her feet. In his scathing review, Rex Reed called it “alarmingly distracting.” Gold suggested that people who have a negative reaction “should be thinking about why it makes them uncomfortable to see the way Madison moves.”

More to the point, he noted, much of this criticism exposes the larger problem of ignorance about disability. “The theater community, the people who make it and the people who go see it and the people who write about it, are mostly people who think of themselves as open-minded, progressive people. They’re people who would like to be on the right side of identity politics and inclusion and diversity. And a lot of those people have a real blind spot when it comes to the disability community,” Gold said. “They’re not seeing that the way they’re perceiving the production is colored by an inability to look at that community with an open mind.”

About her role in making a statement, Ferris reiterated that she wants her acting to speak for itself so that she’s not known solely for “being an inspiration or being considered brave.” At the same time, she recognizes how few representations of disability there are onstage, and she’s willing to speak out about why she hopes to see that change.

“There are many reasons why I act, and one of them is I’m tired of seeing the same bodies all the time, in general, and I think a lot of people are, in terms of race and body shape and ability,” Ferris said. “It’s just so boring all the time to see the same people onscreen [and onstage]. And it’s just not life either.”







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Khloé Kardashian Threw Shade At Ronnie From “Jersey Shore” And It Was Savage AF

On Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloé was having some issues with her BFF, Malika Haqq.

1. Apparently, Malika was ignoring Khloé’s calls and was MIA because she was in a new relationship with…

5. And this summer, he’ll also appear on the upcoming season of Famously Single on E!, which is where he met Malika.

6. Khloé was pissed because she and Malika hadn’t been communicating like they normally do. But after chatting with her about it, she realized that Malika wasn’t actually that happy with her new bae.

7. In an interview after their moment together, Khloé was supportive of her friend.

10. It’s not the first time Khloé has come for the Jersey Shore cast. Back in 2016, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi was a guest on Kocktails With Khloé and she recounted a moment when the Kardashian sister wasn’t very friendly toward her.

11. I guess not everybody can be reality show royalty like Khloé Alexandra Kardashian.

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“Fate of the Furious” Referenced The Franchise's Most Ridiculous Scene Ever And It Was Perfect

Deckard: Now don’t go getting any ideas. You and planes don’t have a good history.

Owen: No shit.

Deckard: Let’s go, Scarface. These assholes ain’t gonna kill themselves.

You can use that forehead as a runway for the plane from fast and furious 6 #RNCinCLE

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“The Fate Of The Furious” Had The Biggest Box Office Debut Ever

1. The Fate of the Furious, the eighth movie in the Fast and Furious franchise, opened domestically with a respectable $100.2 million — and internationally with an astronomical $432.3 million.

Matt Kennedy / Universal

(Both figures are estimates.)

2. That $532.5 million total worldwide gives The Fate of the Furious the biggest global box office debut of all time, surpassing Star Wars: The Force Awakens$529 million debut in 2015.

The Fate of the Furious’ international earnings accounted for more than 81% of its global box office earnings, a wildly lopsided figure even considering how vital foreign markets have become to Hollywood.

3. The Fate of the Furious has already grossed more than the first four Fast and Furious movies made during their entire theatrical run.

Matt Kennedy

4. But its domestic debut was no match for Furious 7’s $147 million opening in 2015. That was the last movie in the franchise to star Paul Walker, who died while the film was still in production.

The Fate of the Furious also just scraped past Fast & Furious 6’s $97.4 million domestic opening weekend, indicating that for audiences in the US and Canada, enthusiasm for the franchise may be cooling just a bit.

5. Internationally, the franchise shows no signs of slowing. The Fate of the Furious earned the all-time biggest debut in 17 territories, including Argentina, Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia, Israel, Lebanon, Malaysia, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Portugal, South Africa, Venezuela, and Vietnam.

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6. Most impressively, the movie earned an estimated $190 million in China — beating the opening weekend record of its predecessor, Furious 7.

Chinese distributors keep a larger proportion of box office returns than other international markets, but The Fate of the Furious’ success there is another indication that China is expected to surpass the US and Canada as the biggest theatrical market within as early as the next decade. The country has become central to Hollywood’s ability to make money on its biggest blockbusters.

7. The ninth Fast and Furious movie, meanwhile, is scheduled to open on April 19, 2019 — and the tenth film will debut on April 2, 2021. With precious few franchises in its stable, Universal Pictures will likely keep filling the tank on this series for the foreseeable future.

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Here are the estimated top 10 box office figures for Friday to Sunday, courtesy of Box Office Mojo:

1. The Fate of the Furious* — $100.2 million
2. The Boss Baby — $15.5 million
3. Beauty and the Beast — $13.6 million
4. Smurfs: The Lost Village — $6.5 million
5. Going in Style — $6.4 million
6. Gifted — $3 million
7. Get Out — $2.9 million
8. Power Rangers — $2.85 million
9. The Case for Christ — $2.7 million
10. Kong: Skull Island — $2.67 million

*Opening weekend

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Mark Hamill's Tribute To Carrie Fisher Was Perfectly Funny And Heartbreaking

At the Star Wars 40th Anniversary Celebration in Orlando on Friday, Mark Hamill hosted a special panel in honor of the late Carrie Fisher, his Star Wars co-star and beloved friend.

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Hamill shared personal stories from his friendship with Fisher — some were funny, some were heartbreaking. Here are the highlights:

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1. “Well, here’s a panel I was hoping wouldn’t come for another 30 years.”

2. “I have to tell you, I’ve been trying to deal with this — you know, there are the five stages of grief — and just when I think I’ve gotten to acceptance, I bounce back to anger. Because I’m mad. She should be here.”

3. “Let me tell you about the first time I ever met her…I was unprepared. I was bowled over by her humor and her wit, and how sardonic she was; how dark she was.”

4. “I’m still not thinking of her in past tense. Certain people have a vitality and an energy that’s so strong, it reverberates far beyond their lack of physical presence.”

5. “I have to tell you, Carrie would want us to be happy. She wouldn’t want us to become consumed by grief; she was all about having fun every day, which is why it was such a joy to be around her — well, most of the time.”

6. “When we found out in the storyline that we were brother and sister, we were more like brother and sister than we realized. Because we loved each other, but we fought and we criticized and we were judgmental and we’d get fed up with one another. “

7. “She made Solo and Skywalker look like chumps. No one had probably ever challenged Han Solo.”

8. “She reveled in being not only pretty much the only girl in that galaxy far, far away at the time, but her exalted status. She was true Hollywood royalty.”

9. “The thing she had about her that no one else could match was she made you feel, when you were in her presence, like you were her best friend. She was so laser-focused on you, so engaging, that it was exhilarating to be around her.”

10. “The moments I remember are when I had her to myself, you see. As attracted as I was to her, I thought, I couldn’t handle her as a girlfriend. She’s too much.”

11. “Part of me did fall in love with her. I think every guy that she met — I’ve heard Dan Akroyd tell stories, I’ve heard Paul Simon tell stories — she had you under her spell.”

12. “Sometimes we wanted to go that direction; on the pretext of kissing techniques. ‘I’m a pretty good kisser, you know.’ ‘Oh, I think I’m the better kisser.’ Cut to us making out on the couch like a couple of horny teenagers. What really cooled it was the fact that as some point, we both started laughing.”

13. “Carrie looked at me and said, ‘I promise you, if you go first, I’ll heckle your funeral.’ That’s quintessential Carrie: It’s so irreverent, it’s so funny. She said, ‘Promise you’ll heckle mine!’ I said, ‘Oh, you got it, babe!’ That’s one promise I won’t keep.”

14. “That’s what I thought was so incredible about her: for all the bravado, it was almost a defense mechanism. She wore this toughness like armor, but deep down, [she had] that vulnerability of a little girl. It’s enormously appealing; and she’s so smart.”

15. “Carrie will always be with us, probably stronger than ever before, because you never miss something like you do when you don’t have it anymore.”

16. “We had a long stretch where I didn’t see her for many years; perfectly friendly, we just weren’t hanging out anymore. So the great gift of coming back to these movies was the fact that I could reestablish my relationship with her, and sort of make amends.”

17. “When I go to sleep at night, there’s never a day so far when I don’t think of her. And when I think of her — and I hope you can appreciate this mental image — she’s leaning down from the celestial stratosphere, with those big brown eyes, that sly smile on her face, as she lovingly extends me the middle finger. That was Carrie.”

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