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Monday Man Candy – Bruno Mars

Need some help getting through Monday?  Don’t worry, we all do.

In order to give our Monday a little extra something something, we will be celebrating the beautiful human being that is Bruno Mars.  Here’s why:

1.  He was on the cover of Rolling Stone last week.  The come hither look in his eyes makes my knees quiver.  I mean, damn…

2.  He appreciates The Little Mermaid, just like every man should.  “She just wanted legs!”

3.  This is his mugshot.  WHO looks that GOOD in a MUGSHOT?!

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4.  This performance is perfect.

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Weekly Rock – April 26

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Ever find a song you absolutely, cannot stop listening to?  The Weekly Rock is a list of tunes we can’t get out of our head.  Check out the playlist on Spotify and be sure to subscribe!

Ashley’s Picks

  1. I Want You by Kings of Leon
  2. The Man Who Can’t Be Moved by The Script
  3. Wanted Dead or Alive by Bon Jovi
  4. My Girls by Animal Collective
  5. Sea of Love by Cat Power
  6. Ambling Alp by Yeasayer
  7. All My Days by Alexi Murdoch
  8. Mi Amigo by Kings of Leon
  9. Can’t Hold Us by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton
  10. Ashtrays and Heartbreaks by Snoop Lion and Miley Cyrus
  11. Now I’m All Messed Up by Tegan and Sara
  12. The Mighty Fall by Fall Out Boy
    Read our full review of Fall Out Boy’s latest album here.

Elizabeth’s Picks

  1. Lollipop by Bobby Vee
  2. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic by The Police
  3. I’m Shakin’ by Rooney
    An oldie but goodie
  4. Black Sheep by Gin Wigmore
  5. Keeping Warm by We Were Promised by Jetpacks
    I fell in love with this after The Kings of Summer trailer, god goosebumps.
  6. American Girl by Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
    I’ve been listening to this on repeat, #bostonstrong
  7. You Really Got Me by The Kinks
  8. The Loneliness and the Scream by Frightened Rabbit
  9. Atlantic City by Bruce Springsteen
  10. Wagon Wheel by Old Crow Medicine Show
    Because I miss North Carolina.
  11. Dusk and Summer by Dashboard Confessional
  12. When My Time Comes by Dawes

Jenn’s Picks

Have you ever gone on a long drive and realized you forgot to make the perfect staple playlist?  If that’s you this weekend, don’t worry.  Rock Paper Watch has you covered.  My picks this week are my favorite go-to sing-a-long’s when I’m stuck behind the wheel for a few hours.  Enjoy all you road-trippers 🙂

  1. Fat Bottomed Girls by Queen
  2. Big Girls Don’t Cry by Fergie
  3. Brighter Than Sunshine by Aqualung
  4. Don’t Call Me Peanut by Bayside
  5. Save Tonight by Eagle-Eye Cherry
  6. How to Save a Life by The Fray
  7. Hide and Seek by Imogen Heap
  8. I Walk the Line by Joaquinn Phoenix
  9. Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
  10. She Will Be Loved by Maroon 5
  11. Wonderwall by Oasis
  12. The First Cut is the Deepest by Sheryl Crow


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Sneak Peek – GOT 3×5 “Kissed By Fire”

I’m trying really hard not to focus on the fact that Game of Thrones Season 3 is already 40% over.  Instead, I’m getting excited because there’s only three more sleeps until another new episode!  Here is a sneak peek of Sunday’s episode entitled “Kissed by Fire.”

The eerie title makes me think someone is going to feel the heat, and in the world of Game of Thrones, that probably means literally.  But, will it be the heat of Dany and her dragons, or of Beric Dondarrion, supporter of the Lord of Light, as he fights The Hound?   There is one thing we do know.  We are gearing up towards the second half of the season, and in Westeros, that usually means shit is about to hit the fan, and we couldn’t be more excited.

Just in case you missed last week’s episode, “And Now His Watch Is Ended”, check out our recap here.

New episodes of Game of Thrones air Sundays at 9pm on HBO.  And, in case you don’t catch the episode, RPW’s recap goes live by Monday. 


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Garden State Follow Up in the Works!

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Coming off the recent success of the Veronica Mar’s Kickstarter project, which fans have contributed over 5.7 Million dollars for, Zach Braff is on a mission of his own: A follow up to one of RPW’s all time favorite movies “Garden State,” titled “Wish I was Here.” Co-written with his brother, the movie centers around a family man who spends the majority of his days fantasizing about being his childhood hero Space-Knight.

Braff is asking for $2 Million to get the ball rolling on the film, so the ultimate question is, are you a Garden State junkie like we are? More importantly, are you such a die hard fan you’d be willing to donate money out of your pocket for 90 minutes of pure cinematic bliss?

Lastly, you have balls written on your forehead.