How long have you been planning for Coulson to be the Ghost Rider – and what was Clark Gregg’s reaction to finding out that news?
Jeffrey Bell: To say he was happy, it would be an understatement. Jed Whedon: I think what he said when we told him was, “I didn’t think I could geek out more,” but he was like, “It seems I can.” Jeffrey Bell: Yeah, that was what he said. [x]
So I’ve had the beginnings of this F/f romantic scenario/story floating around my head for the last day or so and here it is!
It’s set in a mixed size society where giants and tinies generally keep to their own kind. There’s a giantess and tiny girl who meet on some kind of online dating service, but for some reason or mixup, each thinks the other is their own size. So they’re talking and forming this connection over the web, they have video calls and all, but of course each is in their own respective size setting so there’s no way for them to figure things out. The key thing they learn about each other is Ms. Giantess is very crafty, she makes jewelry as a hobby and small business and Ms. Tiny loves nature and animals, especially birds. After a while, they decide to meet up for an in-person date. It’s not until then that they realize one’s big and one’s small. At first, Ms. Giantess is mostly concerned with scaring her little date mate, wanting to give their date a try, but not trying to be too pushy so Ms.Tiny doesn’t feel pressured into it. Ms. Tiny is mostly just shocked and a bit intimidated, but decides to continue on with the date. It’s awkward (’cause I live for that kind of thing), figuring out where the two can feel comfortable together, working out the dynamics of how to get around together. Since tinies and giants don’t mix a lot, Ms. Tiny has never been carried or put in a pocket and Ms. Giantess has never been in this kind of situation either. But they have their date, deciding that hanging out together in a park would work best. They both enjoy it overall and being to relax enough to open up and talk like they had in their past video calls. At a point when they’ve both grown comfortable, Ms. Giantess pulls out a gift she made for Ms. Tiny, necklace with a bird spreading its wings sized for a giantess. They both have a laugh about it, since the bird’s wing span half as tall as the girl it was meant for. Ms. Tiny is flattered and just falls harder for Ms. Giantess, even though it’ll be tough to get back home, she accepts the gift. At the end of their date, both part ways hoping the other enjoyed it too, wanting their relationship to keep going. When they have a video call later, on they let each other know they really did have a good time and want to keep it going. They talk about planning better for next time, doing research on the few mixed-size places they can go that are specifically made for couples like them. And during the call, Ms. Giantess notices the necklace in the background, decorating Ms. Tiny’s wall as a piece of art.