indaysmonthsoryears:

"Did you straighten up my office while you were in there?"

maythestarsguidemyway:

I just finished with watching Where Are My Children? (1994) and…well…what should I say? 
First of all, there’s no right word to describe how amazing is Marg Helgenberger in it. Really, she’s a goddess. Why she hasn’t got better movies? She should be in big, cinema-movies. Not just saying. 
I believed every moment of her acting. She’s so incredible in that movie. Though it couldn’t be easy for her to play a mother whose children were taken away while she is a mother in real life, too. 
And that’s the other thing. The film showed to us, how much a woman and a mother can handle, can survive and keep going on and it’s nothing just honorable. 

maythestarsguidemyway:

I just finished with watching Where Are My Children? (1994) and…well…what should I say? 

First of all, there’s no right word to describe how amazing is Marg Helgenberger in it. Really, she’s a goddess. Why she hasn’t got better movies? She should be in big, cinema-movies. Not just saying. 

I believed every moment of her acting. She’s so incredible in that movie. Though it couldn’t be easy for her to play a mother whose children were taken away while she is a mother in real life, too. 

And that’s the other thing. The film showed to us, how much a woman and a mother can handle, can survive and keep going on and it’s nothing just honorable. 

indaysmonthsoryears:

"You know you’ve turned into a really lousy leader, I need your help and you are on the sidelines."

jencsi:

Marg Helgenberger on the bonus features on the Season 14 DVD of CSI. :)

indaysmonthsoryears:

“I’ve got some unfinished business to take care of.”

Would you ever do a fansite for someone besides Marg?
Anonymous

No, definitely not. Even though there are many other celebrities that I admire and respect, I just don’t relate to them or feel the same connection to them that I feel towards Marg. And without that connection, I could just never devote the time and energy that it takes to run a fansite. 

I K.C. Koloski, daughter of dark powers…

K.C. and McMurphy have a little fun as they rid themselves of the troublesome men in their lives.

* * * * *

K.C.: “Go ahead. It’s guaranteed to work.”
McMurphy: “Says who?”
K.C.: “Says the witch doctor, the guy who wrote the book!”
McMurphy: “What am I supposed to say?”
K.C.: “Any mumbo jumbo. You’ve just got to believe what you say. (laughs). All right, all right. Okay, I’m going to get serious now.”
McMurphy: “You go first.”
K.C.: “All right. I, K.C. Koloski, daughter of dark powers…Silence!…burn this shirt touched by him. I burn everything…and I burn his money.”
McMurphy: “Did it work?”
K.C.: “Like a charm. I feel completely different.”

McMurphy: “I burn this Kleenex and the tears on it.”
K.C.: “Whoa, heavy.”

McMurphy: “Now what?”
K.C.: “Blood of wild boar.”
McMurphy: “Eye of newt.”
K.C.: “Tongue of frog.”
McMurphy (spits in fire): “Venom of a sea serpent.” (K.C. spits too and they both laugh).
K.C.: “How do you feel?”
McMurphy: “Alone.”
K.C.: “Congratulations! It worked.”
McMurphy: “Falling in love, man. Never again.”
K.C.: “You mean we shouldn’t have included that irresistible love potion?”
McMurphy: “Bite your tongue, girl!”

indaysmonthsoryears:

Grillows + touch

Part 2