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Train yourself to be your own best friend & loving parent. And remember that all suffering is made up by your & others' heads ("pain is inevitable, suffering is optional"). Remember that state of serenity on Oct 22-23, 2019 as a truly healthy state. And gently steer yourself into doing 3/3/3+1 with curiosity, self-compassion, mindfulness, a learning-goals approach where possible (Er. S.' stuff hel...

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2019:

  • Gentleman Jack S01E08: getting off/out of the carriage and coming in sequence (when came back home); a passing head-touch moment with the sister
  • Gentleman Jack S01E07: "All off…"; the thermometer part of the dialogue

2018:

  • didn't track

2017:

  • (reliable mild fun) Wynonna Earp: "shut up your mouth" scene in 2x07, showing her health situation to Doc in 2x06
  • (sly stuff) Sophie Phillips as Minna Häkkinen in Veep (found on Youtube)
  • Dix pour cent S02: Colette Brancillon / Ophélia Kolb in her best moments (the ending of the running dialogue; the monologue that ended the storyline for the season): that combination of vulnerable strength +naivette+comedy

2016:

  • (snarky goodness) Jane The Virgin - Rose & Luisa bits, didn't really watch other stuff (tried, it was a bad idea)
  • some bits of Black Mirror - San Junipero (2016) Mackenzie Davis, the only episode I've seen
  • Sofia & Paula (from Cites, found their storyline edits on dailymotion)
  • Julie & the boy, the comedic scene between Julie & Laure (Les Revenants, season 1)
  • Eryka & Elise (The Tunnel (2013), season 2)

2015:

2014:

  • FÉMININ/FÉMININ S01E05, when the blonde girl is waiting for the dark-haired one to take off her shoes and scarf. The shade of waiting (her body (incl. clothes) was like a sack, in a cute & calm & non-pretentious & realistic way) and how it was directed (cinematography, staging).
  • Craig Ferguson 6 June 2014 Ricky Gervais, the stuff in the end
  • Helena Bonham Carter's BAFTA award speech (for The King's Speech). I saw it in the previous years though; rediscovered on May 24. Her Big Questions spot re. acting (inlc. not taking oneself seriously and having a huge sense of humour and on dealing with mistakes; her relaxed introspective state in it) - that was good too.
  • Ellen's "That's how I found out. __It was really sad__" funny intonation in March 2014 interview with Lupita Nyong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txvAUdnfZ0o
  • the moments of warm rapport between Dominic Copper and Miriam Margolyes, Norton Show S14E19
  • (rewatched since 2012?2011?) tasteful-realistic (not ruining the genuinity, drama of the scene) authentic, minialistic comedic stuff "Helena" does in the beginning of 605 "romantic scene"
  • "And that was when? July of last year? And here we are, in March, and this is you, /you've made it here after all/" (this bit - mockingly, in a sad-gay-way-whiny), Craig Ferguson to Aaron Paul
  • Edie Falco's intonation in "Zoey is happy" line & the whole Zoey dance (her jumps when she looked as if a big bag of sth soft, a stuffed soft puppet maybe) in the ending of Nurse Jackie, S04E05 One-Armed Jacks episode
  • Miranda Hart's "Very, very well" as a reply to Tinie Tempah's question, S14E10 Norton Show
  • Craig's "Rooster was rad about you" story (except for one of his alleged-reaction lines), Michelle Monaghan Jan 2014 interview
  • Keira Knightley on Norton Show 2014, telling the "Oh no, you are fine!" story (the "too pretty" concern)
  • Lupita Nyong'o 's "I cared…" voice intonation and the whole story (incl. rapport with Craig Ferguson & his dialogue contribution) in Nov 2013 interview
  • Julia Roberts' smart pause before & perfect comedic voice intonations for "Carry" in the end of Dec 2013' Letterman (and the diff between that version and ow she told the story in 1993' Letterman interview is pretty educational and encouraging - yes, one CAN learn perfect timing & the art of a great punchline)
  • Noemie Yelle being warm & non-artificially funny in some of her moments in FÉMININ/FÉMININ S01E01
  • Olivia Colman in Norton Show S14E14, when talking about the movie
  • Olivia Colman in Norton Show, earlier episode (just one or few months before?), about teeth ("Those are mine")
jan 25 2014 ∞
sep 16 2019 +