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maybe i'd hit it, maybe i'd miss it: AUBREY PLAZA

truth be, I rather have her just play me (the younger me) in the movie that will obviously made about my life. You may know her as the stoic April on the best sitcom currently on TV Parks and Recreation or you may know her as who-dat-bitch from Scott Pilgrim.

Nevertheless, you know her!

I think!

for me, it's her voice. she'd make a fantastic Daria, if they ever turn that into a film. AND THEY SHOULD.

also, Parks and Recreation is just phenomenal. seriously, 30 Rock has been great lately, but for me Parks and Rec has kind of trumped it. something about Ron Swanson's uber-John Wayne-like persona and Amy Poehler's loveable, somewhat irksome, but mostly good-intentioned Leslie Knope, Rashida Jones' DAMNNNNN Anne Perkins and Rob Lowe's very Rob Lowe character has made me fallen madly in love with this show.




  1. hmm she looks like she has evil somewhere in her.

    but I would hit it.

  2. damn son. yeah her heart's probably black.

  3. the thing I love about Aubrey/April is that they are practically the same person. if you watch an interview with Aubrey she's all aloof and awkwardly funny. <3

  4. I love her Katie Couric story!

  5. Angela Bettis...that is who she reminds me of. I just remembered the name. Angela Bettis is evil to the core "May" "Dexter"

    (seen above) is probably the same.


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