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16 May 2014 @ 10:16 pm
Captain America: The Pokemon Edition  
Ever wonder what Captain America: The Winter Soldier would look like if done by Pokemon?

I didn't either but someone did. And I'm rather thankful they did.

Captain Pikachu: The Winter Pikachu
 
 
 
The Writer They Call Tayawanderingbard on May 17th, 2014 02:35 am (UTC)
Oh, God, poke!Steve's face! I will take him home and huggle him, poor little thing.
formerly lifeinsomniacjoonscribble on May 17th, 2014 02:36 am (UTC)
Whoever decided to tweak the scene of Pikachu slapping himself into this was a genius. A GENIUS.
The Writer They Call Tayawanderingbard on May 17th, 2014 02:38 am (UTC)
He can come to our tea party, and hang out and have tea and feel happier.
formerly lifeinsomniacjoonscribble on May 17th, 2014 02:39 am (UTC)
I think everyone in that film could do with some tea and happiness. Except the Nazi sympathizers.
The Writer They Call Tayawanderingbard on May 17th, 2014 02:42 am (UTC)
No. Generally speaking, Nazi sympathizers should not have tea. Our British guests would be highly disapproving of that.

Still haven't seen the movie. I'm terribly sorry to be unable to properly fangirl with you. I fangirl in spirit.

formerly lifeinsomniacjoonscribble on May 17th, 2014 02:44 am (UTC)
Our British guests would be highly disapproving of that.

Or really most of humanity.

Still haven't seen the movie. I'm terribly sorry to be unable to properly fangirl with you. I fangirl in spirit.

No worries. I'm pretty confident that when you are able to see the film, you'll at the very least find it interesting. The plot was surprisingly quite intricate with a huge helping of good characters.
The Writer They Call Tayawanderingbard on May 17th, 2014 02:49 am (UTC)
Or really most of humanity.

Indeed. But I'm quite sure the first step in British hostility is taking the tea away. Followed by uncomfortable silence and then passive-aggressive politeness.

No worries. I'm pretty confident that when you are able to see the film, you'll at the very least find it interesting.

Me too! I was very fond of the first film, and Mum stopped knitting to watch it. I'm just not up to the movie theatre until I get these headaches sorted out. Vertigo and tiered seating is no fun.

I'm afraid I can only offer you fangirling in regards to Tom Hiddleston or Once Upon a Time at present. Beyond the normal fanfiction fandoms fangirling. Triple F, if you will.

Edited at 2014-05-17 02:50 am (UTC)
formerly lifeinsomniacjoonscribble on May 17th, 2014 02:54 am (UTC)
But I'm quite sure the first step in British hostility is taking the tea away. Followed by uncomfortable silence and then passive-aggressive politeness.

I feel this is a perfect description of Q.

I'm just not up to the movie theatre until I get these headaches sorted out. Vertigo and tiered seating is no fun.

Indeed, no fun at all! I'm sorry you've been suffering from headaches. Definitely this is one to catch on video then.

I'm afraid I can only offer you fangirling in regards to Tom Hiddleston or Once Upon a Time at present.

I can thank Once Upon a Time for re-reminding me who Sebastian Stan was after he sort of made an impression on me during the run of Kings.

As a random aside, a friend of mine recently told me that she realized she's met Chris Evans sometime last year through his brother and had no clue at the time he was even an actor. Let alone a famous one. She caught me watching yet another interview and was all, 'Oh hey, I met that guy once.' while I was all, "WHAT?"
The Writer They Call Tayawanderingbard on May 17th, 2014 03:00 am (UTC)
I feel this is a perfect description of Q.

Ha! I now picture the worst thing that can happen in the life of a minion is when you've disappointed him enough that he just comes and takes your cup of tea away.


Indeed, no fun at all! I'm sorry you've been suffering from headaches. Definitely this is one to catch on video then.


The action movies are definitely the worst. I even had trouble with The Avengers on video. When I venture to the movies again, I think I'll go for a shorter, family film.

I can thank Once Upon a Time for re-reminding me who Sebastian Stan was after he sort of made an impression on me during the run of Kings.

I think...I saw him on OUAT after Captain America. I never watched OUAT in Wonderland, so I don't know if he ever made it over there, but I do wonder what happened to Jefferson after he met his daughter again. So many characters who just pop up and leave.

She caught me watching yet another interview and was all, 'Oh hey, I met that guy once.' while I was all, "WHAT?"

HA! That would be the best way to meet a celebrity. Retroactive excitement without any of the nerves.
formerly lifeinsomniacjoonscribble on May 17th, 2014 03:06 am (UTC)
I now picture the worst thing that can happen in the life of a minion is when you've disappointed him enough that he just comes and takes your cup of tea away.

When that happens all the other minions would be giving him the panicked side eye going, "Oh, SHIT."

I do wonder what happened to Jefferson after he met his daughter again.

I was pleased Jefferson and Grace were reunited. Although I was really curious what would happen to the 'parents' Grace has in our world. I mean, they still obviously remember her as their child. They're not exactly going to let her go off with a complete stranger.

HA! That would be the best way to meet a celebrity. Retroactive excitement without any of the nerves.

It's not even retroactive as my questioning of what he was like turned up answers like, "Sort of quiet I guess? There was a lot of sports talk. I tuned out."

My friend is not a movie lover.
The Writer They Call Tayawanderingbard on May 17th, 2014 03:13 am (UTC)

When that happens all the other minions would be giving him the panicked side eye going, "Oh, SHIT."


"Oh man, Carl just got tea'd."

And Q just places the mug on his desk, so anyone not on shift knows that shit has gone down.

I wonder if someone who does well gets, like, extra tea. Or biscuits to go with their tea. A little packet left next to their mouse.

They're not exactly going to let her go off with a complete stranger.

*puts on Happily Ever After Hat (no pun intended)* I would hope that, because Jefferson is none too stable, her adopted parents kept her and loved her, and he had regular visits.

It's not even retroactive as my questioning of what he was like turned up answers like, "Sort of quiet I guess? There was a lot of sports talk. I tuned out."

Well, to her credit, it was probably nice to be out and not recognized.
formerly lifeinsomniacjoonscribble on May 17th, 2014 03:17 am (UTC)
I wonder if someone who does well gets, like, extra tea. Or biscuits to go with their tea. A little packet left next to their mouse.

Awww! Or maybe there's the extra nice blend of Earl Grey they get if the work is stellar.

I would hope that, because Jefferson is none too stable, her adopted parents kept her and loved her, and he had regular visits.

I know the network was contemplating doing a Mad Hatter spin off but then Captain America happened. I would like to think if the spin off had occurred they would have addressed this. We never got to really meet Grace's fake parents but it doesn't seem fair that they would just lose her.

I could never really figure out if Jefferson had actually become unstable or he was just constantly in a state of despair because of what had happened and would be fine once things got righted. I like your ending though. They do, after all, live across the street from each other. Visitations should be easy enough.
The Writer They Call Tayawanderingbard on May 17th, 2014 03:25 am (UTC)
Awww! Or maybe there's the extra nice blend of Earl Grey they get if the work is stellar.

I'm really intrigued by the idea of Q as a boss. It's something I like to contemplate, what sort of boss he would make. Mycroft and Sherlock aren't in directly charge of anyone, really. I know Sherlock thinks of himself as 'commanding officer' and Mycroft is the British Government, but neither of them are actively coordinating people, so much as barking orders and expecting them to be obeyed. Which I imagine Q does as well, but he has to delegate and move people from one task to another. And he's very young to be doing it. I find it a cool aspect of the character. Or my version of him, I suppose. Which is probably very much not the movie version of him.

I know the network was contemplating doing a Mad Hatter spin off but then Captain America happened.

I didn't care enough for OUAT in Wonderland to ever watch it, but I wondered if he had shown up there at all.


I could never really figure out if Jefferson had actually become unstable or he was just constantly in a state of despair because of what had happened and would be fine once things got righted.


I don't know, twenty-eight years of watching your child not know you and not age, and creeping around to look at her while feeling guilty that you left her even though you had no choice...I'm not sure how fast that would go away.

Wait...when did we swap outlooks?

formerly lifeinsomniacjoonscribble on May 17th, 2014 03:33 am (UTC)
but he has to delegate and move people from one task to another. And he's very young to be doing it.

Of the three Holmes brothers I think of Q as the most socially adept one so I can see him being a very good and effective immediate boss. But yeah, I do wonder if his age (and the fact he looks even younger than his age) was an issue at the beginning.

I didn't care enough for OUAT in Wonderland to ever watch it, but I wondered if he had shown up there at all.

An IMDB search tells me no.

I don't know, twenty-eight years of watching your child not know you and not age, and creeping around to look at her while feeling guilty that you left her even though you had no choice...I'm not sure how fast that would go away.

Wait...when did we swap outlooks?


It seems both our work here is done now that we've swapped.

I got Jefferson's reason for leaving her but he did have the choice of not doing it. She was fine with just the homemade metaphoric rabbit! Granted, after you got a look at what Jefferson used to be like before he had Grace it sort of made sense character wise that he would be tempted to do one last job for her.

Anyway, here's hoping for a happy ending joint custody. Although I'd seriously be curious how Grace's "parents" take the news. If anything because in non-magical world time, Jefferson doesn't look nearly old enough to have a daughter Grace's age.
The Writer They Call Tayawanderingbard on May 17th, 2014 03:42 am (UTC)
Of the three Holmes brothers I think of Q as the most socially adept one so I can see him being a very good and effective immediate boss.

Because I'm me, I like to thin that he's rather well liked, and even a little looked after by his minions, so that they make sure he's eating and sleeping and basically he has a bunch of John Watsons around.

But yeah, I do wonder if his age (and the fact he looks even younger than his age) was an issue at the beginning.

There had to be some people who had worked there for twenty years who were very pissed off that the twelve-year-old got the job, when he's barely old enough to shave. It seems to me that Q was a little thrust into the position, possibly old Q might have been killed in the MI6 bombing, and he got hastily breveted to the position. The fact that Silva targets him specifically suggests he wanted Q in that position for his plan, so he might have aimed to take the old Q out.

Granted, after you got a look at what Jefferson used to be like before he had Grace it sort of made sense character wise that he would be tempted to do one last job for her.

It's been so long, I forgot about the rabbit. I had it in my head he took the job because the Queen forced him. There are a lot of storylines to keep up with. Not to mention Henry's family tree.


Anyway, here's hoping for a happy ending joint custody. Although I'd seriously be curious how Grace's "parents" take the news. If anything because in non-magical world time, Jefferson doesn't look nearly old enough to have a daughter Grace's age.

I dunno, if they're part of the curse, and Snow White and Prince Charming have a daughter their own age, they might be a little more understanding that things are messed up around here.

Edited at 2014-05-17 03:42 am (UTC)
formerly lifeinsomniacjoonscribble on May 17th, 2014 03:47 am (UTC)
The fact that Silva targets him specifically suggests he wanted Q in that position for his plan, so he might have aimed to take the old Q out.

Oooh, I hadn't even thought of that. *new headcanon assembling*

I had it in my head he took the job because the Queen forced him. There are a lot of storylines to keep up with.

If I was going to give Jefferson a break, I'd say that even if he had continued to refuse soft sell temptation, the Queen probably would have upped the stakes by kidnapping Grace or something along those lines.

Not to mention Henry's family tree.

I had to quit this show specifically because it started to get way too complicated in terms of who was related to whom and how.
The Writer They Call Tayawanderingbard on May 17th, 2014 04:02 am (UTC)

Oooh, I hadn't even thought of that. *new headcanon assembling*


We really are on Opposite Day here tonight. Usually it's you giving me headcanon.

If I was going to give Jefferson a break, I'd say that even if he had continued to refuse soft sell temptation, the Queen probably would have upped the stakes by kidnapping Grace or something along those lines.

Yes, I don't doubt that at all.

I had to quit this show specifically because it started to get way too complicated in terms of who was related to whom and how.

Not knowing precisely when you left, I can still pretty much predict that it got worse. The Charmings are once weird ass family.

I saw something on Pinterest the other day, which of course I can't find now, which was a gif from the Emperor's New Groove, with Yzma going "Why I'm his nieces aunt's cousin's girlfriend brother's nephew's uncle's daughter's cousin twice removed" and the caption being something like 'Introducing new characters in Once Upon a Time'.