Saturday, October 24, 2009

"You really think I've never kissed a guy before?"

"The characters on the show are the only people who pretend I'm not gay. It's like the season that Clay Aiken was on American Idol."

Oh, Joel. Keep entertaining me on Community, too!



brian said...

can you please, please do a post responding to this fact:

The breakdown of film and TV roles for 2008 was 72.5% Caucasian, 13.3% African-American, 6.4% Latino-Hispanic, 3.8 Asian-Pacific Islander, 0.3% Native American and 3.8% other-unknown.

SAG noted in its report that U.S. Census data from 2000 showed that the nation’s population was 73.4% Caucasian, 11.5% African-American, 10.6% Latino-Hispanic, 3.7% Asian-Pacific Islander and 0.8% Native American.

According to these stats, african-americans are OVER-REPRESENTED in tv/film.

Bianca Reagan said...

Thank you for your comment, brian! Due to your passion and time availability, you may be better poised to write a post on that report. Please include the differences in size and quality of those roles in your post as well.

brian said...

maybe i will.

i just thought that since it's the only thing you ever post about it, and now it turns out you're totally wrong, you'd want to do it. oh well...

Bianca Reagan said...

The only thing I ever post about? Did you miss my weekly references to Joel McHale shows, and my occasional fawning over Joseph Gordon-Levitt and other youngish hotties?