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What I found incredibly endearing was that throughout their entire time in the Framework, Simmons’ loyalty to Fitz never wavered. She always maintained that ‘The Doctor’ wasn’t who Fitz really was. She knew that the real Fitz was still in there somewhere and was determined to bring him home. After all that is done, when it comes time to address head-on what Fitz’s responsibility in all of this is, Daisy says to him that they’re all in this together. And without hesitation, Simmons chimes in that she agrees. Fitz may have some work to do on himself, but the end result is that Fitz and Simmons have been through so much that it’s not a question if they still know each other, but more how Simmons is going to get Fitz back to being the person she knows he really is.” -  Drew Z. Greenberg, co-executive producer of AoS

BtVS - Team Spuffy!

Andrew: You definitely traded up.

Dawn: I’d kill for the easy, fun, flirty, sexy best-pals thing you two have!

Willow: !


Andrew: BtVS S8 - Predators and Pray (Drew Z. Greenberg/Georges Jeanty)

Dawn: BtVS S10 #9 - Love Dares You Part One (Christos Gage/Megan Levens)

Willow: BtVS S11 #30 - Own It: It’s On You (Christos Gage/Rebekah Isaacs)

nessnessquik  asked:

Hi there! I saw your post about getting AoS Declassified and I was wondering if you'd be able to show us any Philinda mentions you may have seen already? If you'd rather send it to me privately, that's totally fine. I've just been dying to hear about it! Haha! Thanks for your offer! Super happy that this book is out now! =)

Hello!

No problem at all! There’s several mentions of Philinda throughout the book, so here are a few gems:

“…The two of them have had an unspoken connection that neither of them acted upon. Here’s a unique opportunity that Coulson now knows that those romantic feelings exist within May, given that her LMD has all of her memories and feelings. He’s able to act upon it, so he also now knows that she reciprocates those feelings, too…He now knows what May feels, but the real May doesn’t necessarily know what Coulson feels.”
-Craig Titley, commentary for 4x12

“May, now fully aware that she’s an LMD and lying about who she is, still can’t help but look out for Coulson. I thought that was a really interesting insight into both the LMD May and the actual May. LMD May gets to express things that her counterpart never would.”
-Drew Z Greenberg, commentary for 4x11

‘The kiss was memorable for Clark Gregg and Ming-Na Wen as well. During the episode’s table read, there were ‘ooh’s and ‘ahh’s worthy of a teen drama. And on set, the two actors had fun with kissing each other in take after take after a years-long friendship. “There was one where Clark just surprised Ming and hardcore made out with her,” ( writer Craig) Titley jokes. “That’s one for the gag reel. I think they had a lot of fun doing that scene.’
-4x12 Commentary

“Coulson and May had that confession of interest, they shared that kiss-but now that they’re out of the framework, they haven’t really actually had any of those experiences… Coulson is very aware that it’s somewhere under the surface, and May is still trying to catch up. I think for the audience the expectation of whether or not Coulson and real May will ever get together is still left to be unfolded. I think it’s more painful to witness the real May never really going to those next steps, with Coulson knowing that her LMD was willing to. So if they ever get together, we’ll still have to see. The bond has been and will always be there. And in a way they have an elevated relationship that goes way beyond romantic.”
-Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancheroen

“Coulson consciously pushes the reset button and agrees to start all over again because he went a little further down the road than she had in terms of their relationship. But there’s definitely that flicker that there could be something there.” -Paul Zbyszewski, commentary for 4x22

What I found incredibly endearing was that throughout their entire time in the Framework, Simmons’ loyalty to Fitz never wavered. She always maintained that ‘The Doctor’ wasn’t who Fitz really was. She knew that the real Fitz was still in there somewhere and was determined to bring him home. After all that is done, when it comes time to address head-on what Fitz’s responsibility in all of this is, Daisy says to him that they’re all in this together. And without hesitation, Simmons chimes in that she agrees. Fitz may have some work to do on himself, but the end result is that Fitz and Simmons have been through so much that it’s not a question if they still know each other, but more how Simmons is going to get Fitz back to being the person she knows he really is.
—  Drew Z. Greenberg, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Season Four Declassified 
ARROW TRAINS ROY — Arrow (Stephen Amell) offers to train Roy (Colton Haynes) so he can learn to control his newfound super-strength. However, Roy is a rebellious student and refuses to listen unless Arrow reveals his true identity, which Oliver refuses to do. Meanwhile, the Bronze Tiger (guest star Michael Jai White) escapes from prison and steals Malcolm’s earthquake machine to sell to the highest bidder. Oliver, Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) attempt to stop the transfer, but Roy gets in the way, putting everyone in danger. Laurel (Katie Cassidy) is disbarred and spirals out of control. Moira (Susanna Thompson) is thrilled when Walter (guest star Colin Salmon) asks her to dinner, but his reason surprises her. Thea (Willa Holland) encourages her mother to ask Walter to reconcile. Guy Bee directed the episode written by Marc Guggenheim & Drew Z. Greenberg (#212).
—  Arrow - Episode 2.12 - Tremors - Press Release
Emmy Ballot 2016

FIRST ROUND VOTING, NOMINATIONS ARE ANNOUNCED ON JULY 14!

Note: these are not nominations, this is a list of submissions. Networks typically submit performers, but performers/their reps can submit themselves/their clients as well. A submission makes talent eligible for nomination.

On the Emmy Ballot for Agents of SHIELD:

SERIES

  • Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Outstanding Drama Series

ACTING

Lead actor/actress in a drama series

  • Clark Gregg
  • Brett Dalton
  • Chloe Bennet
  • Elizabeth Henstridge

Supporting actor/actress in a drama series

  • Powers Boothe
  • Ming-Na Wen
  • Constance Zimmer

WRITING

  • #3x01 ‘Laws of Nature’, written by Jed Whedon & Maurissa Tancharoen 
  • #3x05 ‘4.722 Hours’, written by Craig Titley
  • #3x10 ‘Maveth’, written by Jeffrey Bell
  • #3x14 ‘Watchdogs’, written by Drew Z. Greenberg
  • #3x17 ‘The Team’, written by DJ Doyle

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS

  • #3x21/#3x22 ‘Absolution/Ascension’,  Mark Kolpack and team

Keep reading

Arrow - Episode 2.11 - Tremors - Press Release

ARROW TRAINS ROY — Arrow (Stephen Amell) offers to train Roy (Colton Haynes) so he can learn to control his newfound super-strength. However, Roy is a rebellious student and refuses to listen unless Arrow reveals his true identity, which Oliver refuses to do. Meanwhile, the Bronze Tiger (guest star Michael Jai White) escapes from prison and steals Malcolm’s earthquake machine to sell to the highest bidder. Oliver, Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) attempt to stop the transfer, but Roy gets in the way, putting everyone in danger. Laurel (Katie Cassidy) is disbarred and spirals out of control. Moira (Susanna Thompson) is thrilled when Walter (guest star Colin Salmon) asks her to dinner, but his reason surprises her. Thea (Willa Holland) encourages her mother to ask Walter to reconcile. Guy Bee directed the episode written by Marc Guggenheim & Drew Z. Greenberg (#212).