Fans that I meet, they’re like me, they have this optimism to them. They’re smart enough to know how brutal the world is and they know all the ugly words for all the things that are bad about everything, but they’re compelled to want things to be better. They want to be happy. They want to like people. They want to hug people. They oftentimes don’t know how to do it. And they have a lot of stories about how they failed to do it right in a world full of people that know how to hug people and take it for granted. They are misfits that are proud to be misfits, but at the same time, desperately hunger to fit in because it feels good.
She gives his arm one of those platonic but lingering touches
that women have been using to secretly control civilization
for 50,000 years.
one of Dan Harmon’s action notes in the Community pilot’s script (via brokeass-goatfaced)
I “played” DnD tonight at #Harmontown for the first time with @DanHarmon. I was part of the multi-ethnic ghost group.
Picture courtesy: @JonathanZuniga
Guys if you like stories or want to write stories or if you are just interested in learning why you spend like 90% of your life digesting the same kinds of narratives over and over and are too lazy to read Joseph Campbell, these essays by Dan Harmon are reaallly enlightening/good…
Story-writing reference for those who love/live this sort of thing.