American History textbooks more like
Chapter 1: Introduction to White People
Chapter 2: White Settlers and The Indian Savages
Chapter 3: Whitey Makes A Country
Chapter 4: The Blacks
Chapter 5: Wars, Wars, Wars
Chapter 6: No More Racism!: Martin Luther King Jr. Gives a Speech
Chapter 7: The Modern Whites
I’m wondering if Bitters’ reaction to finding out their captains are “dead” is more than just anger and sorrow
I was thinking about the similarities between Bitters and Grif and I remembered how Grif refused to believe that Sister was dead until he saw a body because of the whole trapped under the ice thing
Bitters and the other rebels are well aware of everything the reds and blues have lived through. They’ve survived things that most people, even the freelancers, haven’t. Maybe the others will think it’s just denial, but I want Bitters (and Kimball as well) to doubt Felix. I want him to convince the other lieutenants that their captains aren’t dead
I don’t think they’d just give up on their friends
1) Florida doubles. He is one person when he is doing his job and he is another person when he is not doing his job and both of those people are real but one of them you don’t want to meet, ever, and the other is pleased as punch. The space between punch and not punch is very thin and he switches very easily between the two.
2) He’s the only Freelancer with no armor enhancements but he’s also the Freelancer that got his team unpinned when York and Wyoming couldn’t. He’s a stone cold badass normal on the team of super soldiers.
3) The fact that the Director chose him to look after Alpha in Blood Gulch, giving him absolute visibility into the experiment suggests to me that Florida was not actually part of the experiment. He was a monitor within the program most likely there to help with the psychological aspect of the experiments. explains his “you can come to be about anything’ attitude.
4) The motherfucker sleeps standing up.
5) The way Alpha remembers him in his ‘time travel’ sequence is probably some bullshit given you know… TIME TRAVEL and the fact Gamma was involved. But that said… it probably wasn’t all bullshit.
Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi has revealed that there will be no flirting between the Doctor and his assistant Clara Oswald in the forthcoming series.
New Time Lord Capaldi, 56, has said that he was “adamant” that there will be “no Papa-Nicole moments”.
When asked about the age gap between himself and his 28-year-old co-star Jenna Coleman, Capaldi said: “They’ll be no flirting, that’s for sure. It’s not what this Doctor’s concerned with. It’s quite a fun relationship, but no, I did call and say, ‘I want no Papa-Nicole moments.’ I think there was a bit of tension with that at first but I was absolutely adamant.””
I’m still not going to watch it, but I have a lot of respect for Peter Capaldi now. ”I think there was a bit of tension with that” — oh no, he ruined Moffat’s wank session!
I’m going to miss him as The Cardinal.
“But the Glaswegian actor did not say yes to the part immediately.
'I didn't want to be Doctor Who in a Doctor Who I didn't like,' he said. 'I had to be convinced the show was going in a direction I was interested in.
Remember how when Capaldi was chosen as the twelfth doctor everyone had this feeble hope that he would bring Doctor Who back to what it was because he was a film director and not the mysoginistic Moffat kind
AND THEN WE HEAR THAT HE’S REFUSING TO FLIRT WITH CLARA AND IS GOING TO BRING “a bit more gravity” BACK TO DOCTOR WHO AND "I didn’t want to be Doctor Who in a Doctor Who I didn’t like,"
I am punching the air right now.