Bill Hader to Leave Saturday Night Live -
When Bill Hader leaves “Saturday Night Live” at the end of the season, he will take a collection of colorful characters with him.
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She called him criminal.
Accused him of romantic blackmail.
“You’re counterfeiting what you feel.
Holding hostage something real.”
The pot then called the kettle black.
He asked if she was trying to trespass.
While he was forcing locks of hair.
Cased her mind, then left her there.
She rubbed suspicion from his eyes
And then went forth to burglarize
Broke and entered in his heart
Cleaned him out, picked him apart.
Both wanted their revenge.
A pistol pointed at the other’s heads.
Barrels touching foreheads, triggers touching gloves.
But neither one could fall in love.
So there those two sat on trial.
The jury took no time at all.
The sentence: Both to share a cell.
They both deserved to live in hell.
The marked their tallies on the wall.
Guards pacing along every hall.
And though they stole each other’s smile.
They would give it back sometimes.
And in a hellcat-spangled cavern
When you’re judgement’s on the run
And you’re acting like a stranger
‘Cause you thought it looked like fun
And do you ever get the feeling
That these are things she’s said before?
Her steady hands may well have done
The Devil’s pedicure
What you waiting for?
Sing another fucking shalalala
It’s a terrible thing, I think, in life to wait until you’re ready. I have this feeling now that actually no one is ever ready to do anything. There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now. And you may as well do it now. Generally speaking, now is as good a time as any. — Hugh Laurie (via coffeestainedcashmere)
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