skunkki:

"You can do things on Lost Girl that you can’t do on Bomb Girls, let’s just say that." - Ali Liebert

“She’s (Ali Liebert) amazing. We did it! We did it good. We showed some people a thing or two. People fainted.”

-Zoie Palmer

jetgirl78:

Bomb Girls & Its Perfect Parallels
I am sure someone has probably noticed this before, but since it is so perfect, I think it begs repeating. First screencap is when Betty realizes Kate is making her feel something beyond friendship (FEEEEELINGS!!!!) and the second screencap is just after she admits those feelings. Also, notice that in the first cap, the place is bright and full of life behind Betty and in the second, it is lifeless and empty. Hopeful and heartbroken in the hallway of the boarding house.

tal9000:

[Image: A photo of Ali Liebert, a blonde white woman with curly hair and deep red lipstick, wearing a black full-body fishnet thing with flower patterns on it and a shiny black top, sitting and looking at the camera.]
rhyfeddu-partyofone:

Ali Liebert
“I can use a song to trigger emotions,” she explains, adding that her  Betty playlist featured not only period music such as Moonlight Serenade  by the Glenn Miller Orchestra, but also new music with the right  attitude, like Did It On ‘Em by Nicki Minaj. “They’re songs that make me  feel like her,” says Liebert, who tries to focus on the motivations  behind the decisions her characters make. 

How long before someone makes a Betty tribute vid using “Did it on ‘em”?

tal9000:

[Image: A photo of Ali Liebert, a blonde white woman with curly hair and deep red lipstick, wearing a black full-body fishnet thing with flower patterns on it and a shiny black top, sitting and looking at the camera.]

rhyfeddu-partyofone:

Ali Liebert

“I can use a song to trigger emotions,” she explains, adding that her Betty playlist featured not only period music such as Moonlight Serenade by the Glenn Miller Orchestra, but also new music with the right attitude, like Did It On ‘Em by Nicki Minaj. “They’re songs that make me feel like her,” says Liebert, who tries to focus on the motivations behind the decisions her characters make.


How long before someone makes a Betty tribute vid using “Did it on ‘em”?