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“Portlandia”: Nina gets Lance to join Facebook

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We have a Facebook page. You have a Facebook page. Let’s be friends! It’s only natural. So when Nina a.k.a. Fred Armisen in a wig and lipstick wants to tell all her Facebook friends that she’s in a committed relationship with Lance a.k.a. Carrie Brownstein in a mustache and a voice modulator, she has to convince Lance to sign up for an account. Luckily Lance is willing to do almost anything for one of Nina’s trademark toothy grins. Watch this clip from this Friday’s new episode of “Portlandia” and then tune in at 10/9 c.

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“Portlandia” airs on IFC on Fridays at 10/9c

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15 That ’70s Show Quotes to Help You Unleash Your Inner Jackie

Catch That '70s Show Mondays and Tuesdays from 6-10P on IFC.

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When life gets you down, just ask yourself: what would Jackie do? (But don’t ask her, because she doesn’t care about your stupid problems.) Before you catch That ’70s Show on IFC, take a look at some quotes that will help you be the best Jackie you can be.


15. She knows her strengths.

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14. She doesn’t let a little thing like emotions get in the way.

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13. She’s her own best friend.

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12. She has big plans for her future.

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11. She keeps her ego in check.

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10. She can really put things in perspective.

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9. She’s a lover…

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8. But she knows not to just throw her love around.

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7. She’s proud of her accomplishments.

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6. She knows her place in the world.

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5. She asks herself the hard questions.

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4. She takes care of herself.

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3. She’s deep.

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2. She’s a problem solver.

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1. And she’s always modest.

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The Results Are In, and “The Most Portland Thing Ever” Is…

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Remember earlier this month when we asked you to comment on this blog (and our sister Facebook page) with stories of your Most Portland Ever experiences? In a week, we received well over 400 submissions, which ran the gamut from sordid tales of vegan stripclubbery to hijinks of personal hygiene, from picky vegan bums to naked bike riders. It was incredibly hard to pick the winner, so instead we chose five submissions for our local illustrator, Nicole Georges, to tackle. We’ll be posting them daily, along with the original stories that inspired their comic-ifications.

First up, commenter Bonnie Nicol’s amazing tale of late night Live-Action-Role-Play:

Check out the original story below:

It was around 1 or 2 in the morning, I was hanging out by the waterfront near the Burnside Bridge. I was a little nervous…it’s not the best area to be after dark, but I was in a contemplative mood and didn’t want to go back to the hostel I was staying at. Suddenly I heard people approaching and made the fear-induced decision to leave immediately. I turned to go and behind me were two guys dressed in poorly constructed medieval garb, wielding bent and limp cardboard swords. One of them even had a crookedly cut cardboard shield. The guys were either incredibly intoxicated or incredibly high. Or a combination of both. The three of us just stared at each other for a minute, no one moving, no one sure what to do or say, then the one with the shield broke the silence with, “Be gone from here, woman! This be a dangerous place!” He had a point, so without a word, I walked around them and headed back home. Before I walked out of sight, I turned around at one point and saw the guys staggering around in an “intense” cardboard sword fight.

Nicole Georges is an illustrator, educator, and graphic novelist based in Portland, Oregon. Her self-published autobiographical zine, Invincible Summer, has been anthologized in two volumes. She teaches self publishing and autobiographical comic workshops to children and seniors, and her first graphic novel will be released this year with Houghton Mifflin. Also, she does pet portraits.

Sweepstakes: Get in a Portlandia Frame of Mind

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The second season of “Portlandia” is tearing up Friday nights, but to help you get in a Portlandia Frame of Mind all week and even all year round, we’ve teamed up with some of the cool kids with impeccable taste to get you outfitted just right.

The fine folks at Warby Parker, Tretorn and Lomography are here to help you represent the Portlandia Frame of Mind in your town. Head over here to enter the sweepstakes for your chance to win big and let everyone know that you’re a fan of Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein’s hit sketch comedy show whether you’re in Portlandia or Topeka or Tuscaloosa or anywhere in between.

Ten Grand Prize Winners receive a prize package that includes:

A LomoKino Camera from Lomography
A Pair of Warby Parker Sunglasses
A $100 Gift Certificate to Tretorn.com
Cool Portlandia Swag

In short: Best. Prize. Packs. Ever. To enter, you must be 18 years or older. If that’s you, head over here to enter the Portlandia Frame of Mind sweepstakes. The sweepstakes ends on March 12th, 2012 at 11:59 pm ET and winners will be notified in March.

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