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To eebbes who talked me through the night. Da besssss.

To the asshole that put something in my *soft* drink tonight, FUCK YOU. I hope people are nicer to you than you were to me if you find yourself in a bad situation one day.

To the drag queens at the club that cheered me a bit later in the evening, I love you.

To God, who got me through the evening in a solid piece, thank You that things weren’t worse. They could haven been. Much worse.

Also, this exists.

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Touchdown!

If I keep this scene tight in my mind, I MIGHT make it through the rest of my evening without completely breaking down. Let’s do it…

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theanti90smovement:

very small dog? puppy

very big dog? puppy

very young dog? puppy

very old dog? puppy

puppy? puppy

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clairesalcedo:

Will The Tale Of “Agent Carter” Be A Miniseries Event If Given The Thumbs Up?

Put a bullet in the barrel of your best gal’s gun, indeed.

Okay. Sorry, but I really wanted to make a “Star Spangled Man” joke here.

So, do you guys remember Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell)? Who is possibly one of the most BAMF women in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? She had her own Marvel One-Shot on the Iron Man 3 release? The rumor is that she is the next character from the MCU to get her own TV series? 

Well, we have more news on the front of the Agent Carter television series! As of right now, it appears that season one of the ye -to be greenlit show will be a thirteen episode miniseries, following a new trend started by shows like Sleepy Hollow.

Regarding this move screenwriter Stephen McFeely (who co-wrote Captain America: The First Avenger and the pilot episode of Agent Carter with partner Christopher Markus) said the following: “It would be a limited series – you would wrap up that one bad guy and that one case, and then if you like it, we’ll do it again next year.”


That actually seems rather sensible in the long run. It would help the writers focus and streamline their overall story, which were the two chief complaints amongst critics regarding Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 


What we know so far about the series is that it would be set in the mid-1940′s, post WWII, with Hayley Atwell reportedly interested in returning in the role. The series would also have room for Dominic Cooper, who has played the younger version of Howard Stark in the first Captain America movie, in a recurring role.

While the show has yet to be greenlit for production, it definitely has a fighting chance. Earlier in the year, Paul Lee (the big cheese at ABC) had read the pilot script and said that it was “really good” and that it “certainly has a chance to be on the network.”

Well I have my fingers crossed. I love Peggy Carter and would love to see more of her to come. Anything to see her kick ass, take names, and show those good ol’ boys what for!

So fingers crossed that Agent Carter will get on the TV screens soon.

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WHAT DO PEGGY FANS AND FANS OF GOOD TV HAVE TO DO TO SEE THIS THING MADE ALREADY FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, GREENLIGHT IT

DO WE NEED A CAMPAIGN OR SOMETHING

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nelsart:

Last post of the month. Have a happy Friday!

-Nels

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