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The 20 Best Josh and Donna Scenes

16. She was the one who guessed.

When Josh is going through the worst of his PTSD, Donna leads the charge of support and is the first to diagnose his symptoms. During the truly heart-wrenching Noel, this closing scene brings a little hope to my heart. As Josh stands there listening to the Christmas music, which has previously been identified as a trigger for him, you see Donna standing right behind him. It’s comforting to know that, whatever he goes through, she’ll be right by his side. A brief moment, but it subtly shows the depth of their bond. 

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Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman-Hughes, 1972 and 2014

Both by Dan Bagan

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pearlake04_sml by Laura Dempsey on Flickr.

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The biggest highs are when you book a job, I always cry…I still can’t quite believe people want to hire me and that this is my job, getting to do what I love most.

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This is a very important dog. This dog has a good heart.



My heart is sobbing

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"How About Now" by Drake

Leaked track off of “Views From The 6”

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film genre meme ›› 1/8 drama
The Social Network (2010) Directed by David Fincher

Your best friend is suing you for six hundred million dollars.

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You know what? Break’s over.

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