A sniper takes a shot at Natasha Romanoff. Half a world away, a woman with her face steps in front of a train in St. Petersburg. And out in the middle of nowhere in Saskatchewan, Clint Barton comes face to face with a woman who looks just like his old friend - down to the shade of her eyes.
The people who trained her always had a back-up plan. Finally, they’ve perfected their new Black Widow — and her first mission is to kill the others.
Orphan Black Widow
Things that I want in season two of Faking It: Liam and Lauren
— “I couldn’t care less about Liam Booker.”
- offers other person the second twix at a bus stop au
- share an umbrella in a hail storm au
- car broke down at same shitty restaurant in the middle of nowhere au
- caR BROKE DOWN AND HOT LOCAL FIXES IT AU
- 'why does my shitty neighbour keeps using my wifi' 'then you shouldntve made the password a dumb lord of the rings reference' au
- lost cat au
- tech support au
- only ones at demonstration au
THE WEDDING PLANNER.
I can’t believe I forgot The Wedding Planner.
alphabetgore said: WE CAN IT’LL BE FAB.
Fantastic, I’m looking forward to it!
sapphireglyphs said: I sent you my thoughts through fanmail but just in case you don’t get it, I want you to know that the reality is that you matter. You have great value as a person and making things harder for yourself is akin to beating yourself up. Stay strong.
Thank you for your kind words, I genuinely appreciate them. Sometimes I just get really unhappy, and even though I wrote out a list and most of the things sucked, it was weirdly comforting for me to remember at the end that one thing doesn’t suck—I have really great friends.
alphabetgore said: :( /flops on you
I was feeling unhappy, but now I’ve gotten back into denial mode, and I’m thinking about my favorite romantic comedies.
On a slightly different note, can we watch the other High School Musical movies next time I come over?
emissarydeatons said: YOU’VE GOT MAIL IS EVERYTHING
IT IS THOUGH. I think I might actually have to rewatch it, because it’s been a few months since I last saw it. It always cheers me up!
emissarydeatons said: romcoms are so great
They really are though. I know a lot of people have issues with them, both socially and narratively, but they still really work for me. They bring me a lot of joy. I think I went to go see Sweet Home Alabama in theatres with my mom when I was younger, and that had a profound impact on me.
il-tenore-regina said: I HAVE SEEN YOU’VE GOT MAIL A GAZILLION TIMES never gets old
ME TOO. It’s so great! I’m a sucker for falling in love with the same person twice, and every variation of lovers falling in love through writing, and also dislike growing into love. It hits a lot of my favorite romcom tropes.
It isn’t even aging that well, but I don’t even care. It’s still one of my favorites. :)
emissarydeatons said: [hugs]
Thank you, sweetpea.
I absolutely love romantic comedies, even some of the really bad ones. But for the life of me I do not get Pretty Woman or The Notebook.
I just. I really don’t like them.
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