Which movie/tv show universe would you like to be in if you could choose?
It'd be nice if I could be in the Dark Knight's universe.
Game of Thrones
The Golden Girls.
Pitch Perfectverse. I want to feel the Fat Amy force.
Moonlighting's clean, American Los Angeles.
Community! Joining the study group and hanging out with Troy and Abed would be the coolest.
The clean, upbeat New York of "They All Laughed."
The "Sex and the City" universe.
If men are lining up to fuck Sarah Jessica Parker even I might be in with a chance.
Happy Days or The Brady Bunch.
Midsomer Murders (as long as I don't get killed!)
"Parks and Recreation", with Star Trek a distant second.
As "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" Freddie says as he gestures toward the Mediterranean from an estate above Villefranche: "This! I want THIS!"
Or the NYC of "The World of Henry Orient.'
Or maybe I'd just go to the second star on the right, and straight on 'til morning.
Murder She Wrote
The 23rd century world of Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock.
the Paris of [italic]Gigi[/italic]
For the unrealistic alternate universe, it's hard to beat chick flicks. Yeah, I run a pastry shop and somehow live in a big, lovely home, which I am expanding, outside Santa Barbara. I could get plastic surgery, but it sounds painful, not that it's a huge chunk of my nest egg. This is of course when I'm not being paid to live abroad for a year. I wish you could have seen the children's bookstore I had when I lived in Manhattan.
Middle-Earth, especially if I get to be a gorgeous, immortal elf.
Midnight in Paris
I'd be Scarlett O'Hara before the waroh. I'd be the belle of the county and the Tarlton twins would be at my beck and call.
The Walking Dead
Hugh Grant's London, done again and again so much it belongs to him and not the author(s)
Movie: Any Douglas Sirk film (Written on the Wind, Imitation of Life)
TV: Hell on Wheels
Old Vegas of the original "Ocean's 11" era.
Gilmore Girls..I could be the first out gay in Star's Hollow, since there never seemed to be any others.
BEWITCHED!!!! So i could have magical powers... and paul lynde for my bestie!
I'd join R29 in Stars Hollow, where I'd try to turn Lorelai gay. She's pretty much my fantasy girlfriend.
i'm in for stars hollow. i'd turn emily into a fag hag
A gay Frasier.
Doctor Who! Even though almost all the humans are either basically dumb sheep or die bizarre deaths, I'd still get a kick out of it.
Star Trek or Stargate Atlantis
Logan's Run (without the dying at 30 part).
A White House staffer in the film "THe American President"
An actor in the soap-within-the-film of "Tootsie."
A porn star in "Boogie Nights"
If Kalinda could have an assistant, in "The Good Wife", I'd love to be that assistant!
A secretary working with Donna in "Suits"
An assistant to Jerry (A. Huston's ex-husband) in Smash
Finally, a Spec Ed teacher in "Glee" so I could bitch-slap that obnoxious Becky silly!
Watch TOO much TV!
P.G. Woodhouse's England, where everything is hilarious and Jeeves keeps everyone from real harm.
Dawson's Fifty-Load Weekend
28 Days Later
Lords of Dogtown
Sopranos - TV Show
Psycho - Movie
The Great Gatsby
Spongebob - living in a pineapple under the sea (or maybe just a neighbor)
The world of The Women, 1939 version. All that money, don't have to do a thing, vacation whenever you want to, just put out for the husband.
Thank you, R52! As I was reading through this thread I couldn't believe that no one had mentioned "True Blood!" Yeah, I wanna' live in the Sookie Stackhouse world and be Eric Northman so I can get it on with Alcide Herveaux, who's played by Joe Manganiello. Fuck it; I'll glamour that mangey bitch if I have to!
What's Up Doc?
I'd have a fifth carry on case filled with... mmm... let's say: my grandmother's savings bonds that everyone wanted.
That's quite clever R55! I haven't thought of that film in a long time. I think it's my favorite Babs movie of all time.
Seinfeld, so I could spank and fuck Kramer's ass off.
Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow"
The Amazing Race
I can't believe there is a "Spank and Fuck Kramer's Ass" troll.
The Italian villa in "Stealing Beauty". Shit movie but gorgeous surroundings. Bertolucci's world in general - Paris, the Forbidden City, the Italian coast, North Africa - would be a treat to live in were it not for the shit people.
Full House- a magically expanding house that effortlessly fits the 15 or so people who end up living together by the end of the series. All problems are solved immediately (except for the death of Danny's wife) and besides a car in the kitchen no real problems to speak of!
The sleazy glam Manhattan of Dressed To Kill.
Steel Magnolias or Waiting To Exhale
I Wanna Hold Your Hand - for the climax (in Nancy Allen's case, literally) of being in the screaming audience of The Ed Sullivan Show watching The Beatles
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - to be able to shout insults at shitty films
R3 nails it
The Florida of "Body Heat"
"Star Trek". Probably the Enterprise of TNG, when the ship was more comfortable.
Who wouldn't want to travel the galaxy?