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“It is a strange thing, but when you are dreading something, and would give anything to slow down time, it has a disobliging habit of speeding up.”

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"…if you’d look at how he related to everyone — Coulson loves projects. Here is a guy who didn’t have people skills. So Garrett says, can you help this guy Ward round off some of the rough edges? So he comes onto the team. Coulson is now vested, because he’s got a project. Who is Ward’s greatest threat? May. What does he do? He seduces her. Who is the one unknown on the team? Skye. He becomes her S.O. How do you get everyone rally around and trust you? You jump out of a plan trying to save someone else. Now, he had a parachute. Let’s say he failed to save Simmons, he would’ve been fine. Everything he’s done has solidified how people feel about him over the course of the season." 

"…what was the next thing he had to do after he saved Simmons? He had someone on the plane who was jealous of him: Fitz. And what did they do? They went on a mission together and they had a really good time together. And a bromance was started. And that took care of that." x

"…then in "Seeds," there’s a really nice moment where Skye is standing at the wall of valor, and we hear Coulson’s voice off-camera saying that the world is full of evil, pain, lies and death — and the camera pans and lands on Ward when he says "lies" and "evil."" x

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Titanic 102nd Anniversary

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It was the natural order of things… all things must die.

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women of the dcu → Lois Lane (Man of Steel)

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"I feel very lucky that the reviewers have been on my side, even when it comes to a project that isn’t so great," Olsen says. "I was seizing every opportunity. I’m not embarrassed by my work in them or anything—it’s all learning." [x]

"I feel very lucky that the reviewers have been on my side, even when it comes to a project that isn’t so great," Olsen says. "I was seizing every opportunity. I’m not embarrassed by my work in them or anything—it’s all learning." [x]

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