(Hint: they're co-stars in an upcoming movie.) Later, Anna, Sim and Aubrey offer unqualified advice to a woman having trouble navigating shared friends post-breakup, and try to help a man hopelessly in love with a woman who's about go back home to Australia...where she has a boyfriend.
If Aubrey Plaza didn't find success as an actress on the hit series "Parks and Recreation" she may have been the Bonnie to someone's Clyde. I'd love to rob a bank," she said in Playboy's April issue. "Banks today are probably too hard to rob because they're all futuristic. I would have a side conversation with the person I'm robbing: 'I'm cool.
Plaza is well versed in organized sports—she plays point guard on a local intramural women’s basketball team called the Pistol Shrimps, a name we highly recommend you say out loud for the sheer joy of it—and she knows who would be the perfect plus-one at any wedding. “All she wants to do is dance, and all I want to do is dance.
This is the worst thing that’s ever happened to me.
And marry Pratt because he’s my fake husband forever and ever and ever.
Pratt and Faris are clearly going through a difficult time, and the kindest thing we can do as fans is to leave them well alone." data-reactid="30", but prematurely shifting blame entirely onto the actress signifies that we would give Pratt a free pass.
That's sexism, plain and simple, and it's a mindset we should recognize — and steer clear from.