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Weekly Reading List 48

Weekly Recommendations get posted every Saturday. All stories are character x reader unless otherwise stated. Graphic by the awesome @wonders-of-the-multiverse.

Herbs and Blood Pudding by @captainsbabysitter-blog Leonard McCoy
The City That Never Sleeps by @the-shield-of-writing Tony Stark
Mafa Princess Part 6 by @4theluvofall Steve Rogers

Soulmate AU
Coffee for Two by @peterr-parqerr Steve Rogers
The Long Kiss Goodbye by @outside-the-government Leonard McCoy
No Sleep Til Brooklyn Part 11 by @imamotherfuckingstar-lord Steve Rogers

It started with ‘Hello’ by @the-shield-of-writing Tony Stark 
Daddy’s right here by @the-shield-of-writing Tony Stark
Staying Quiet Part 3 by @shitty-imagines-95 Tony Stark
First Words by @becaamm Steve Rogers
Parenting is Hard by @becaamm Steve Rogers
All Grown Up by @invisibleanonymousmonsters Bucky Barnes
Swing Dance by @invisibleanonymousmonsters Bucky Barnes 
Happy Ending by @invisibleanonymousmonsters Bucky Barnes
The (Not So) Natural Father by @emilyevanston Steve Rogers 

A/B/O Dynamics
Coming Home Part 6/Part 7/Part 8/Part 9 by @not-close-to-straight polyvengers
Pack Mentality by @papermoon2719 Stucy NSFW
Fallen Omega by @straymafia

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Paterson (2016)

Directed by Jim Jarmusch

Cinematography by Frederick Elmes

Weekly Reading List 45

Weekly Recommendations get posted every Thursday. All stories are character x reader unless otherwise stated. Graphic by the awesome @wonders-of-the-multiverse.

Royal AU
The Heroes of Our Kingdom by @lame-lozer Steve Rogers

Soulmate AU
What Happens to One by @shitty-imagines-95  Stucky
Late by @kaitymccoy123 Leonard McCoy

Just a Little Crazy by @fandomsandsuch Tony Stark

A/B/O Dynamics
Coming Home by @not-close-to-straight Polyavengers
To Keep You Safe & Sound Part 1 by @chaoswandas Stucky

Modern AU
Hold That Thought 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 by @itsanerdlife Steve Rogers
Scorch My Soul Part 8 by @thevalesofanduin McKirk
Bake-Off Part 13/Part 14 by @kaunis-sielu Steve Rogers 
Eager Lovers: Horny Devil/Two-Hearted/Brewing Darkness/Anti-Hero by @star-spangled-man-with-a-plan Steve Rogers NSFW
Fuel to Fire: Tattoo Virginity by @avasparks Stucky
Moving in by @arrowsshootyouforwards Leonard McCoy

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Weekly Reading List 43

Weekly Recommendations get posted every Thursday. All stories are character x reader unless otherwise stated. Graphic by the awesome @wonders-of-the-multiverse

The Shape of You Part VI by @thevalesofanduin McKirk 
A Bite To Mark Forever by @goingknowherewastaken McKirk
The Cleaning Fire by @goingknowherewastaken McKirk
On Bartenders and Escorts by @captainsbabysitter-blog McKirk 
The Nose Knows by @goingknowherewastaken McKirk
One Life to Live by @caplansteverogers Steve Rogers
To Love Another by @shitty-imagines-95 Stucky x Reader

Soulmate AU
The Fallacy of Fate Part 3 by @imagine-assembling-the-avengers Stucky x Reader
For the First Time by @caplansteverogers Steve Rogers

Possible Future by @supersoldierslover Bucky Barnes
Career Day by @promarvelfangirl Steve Rogers

A/B/O Dynamics
Drag It Out by @timeforsmut Steve Rogers 

Modern AU
Hold That Thought Part 1/Part 2/Part 3 by @itsanerdlife Steve Rogers
Vino O Gelato Part 2/Part 3/Epilogue by @hellomissmabel Steve Rogers
In Over Your Head by @outside-the-government Leonard McCoy 
The Beast of Brooklyn by @caplansteverogers Tony Stark 
Surfer Dad and Ice Cream Lady by @janeykath318 Leonard McCoy
Scorch My Soul Part 6 by @thevalesofanduin McKirk
A No-Nonsense Man by @goingknowherewastaken McKirk

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Weekly Reading List 46

Weekly Recommendations get posted every Saturday. All stories are character x reader unless otherwise stated. Graphic by the awesome @wonders-of-the-multiverse.

Mafia Princess Part 3/Part 4 by @4theluvofall Steve Rogers
Unexpected Changes by @captainsbabysitter-blog Vampire!Jim Kirk

Soulmate AU
The Fallacy of Fate Part 5 by @imagine-assembling-the-avengers Stucky

Halloween by @promarvelfangirl Bucky Barnes and Steve Rogers

A/B/O Dynamics
Coming Home Part 2/Part 3/Part 4 by @not-close-to-straight Polyvengers

Modern AU
All for You by @caplansteverogers Steve Rogers
Nailed It: Decisions, Decisions/Easily Amused by @star-spangled-man-with-a-plan Steve Rogers
Eager Lovers: Boxer’s Revenge by @star-spangled-man-with-a-plan Steve Rogers
Running Wild Part 1 by @captain-rogers-beard Steve Rogers
Hold That Thought 22 23 24 25 by @itsanerdlife

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Here are the Jim’s for the Heart Open au!!

They each have their own heart effect as follows
Jim William Trimmer(Weather Jim)-his heart shows the weather, and changes wherever he goes

Jim Nathan Trimmer(Newscaster Jim)-little radio towers, bc he’s broadcasting his and his brothers’ stories
Jim Frederick Trimmer(Field Reporter Jim)-little microphones, bc he’s quite the talker
Jim Cameron Trimmer(cameraman jim)- Eyes, bc he sees everything
Jim Sean Trimmer (Sportscaster Jim)-different sports equipment
Jim Oswald Trimmer(Occult Jim)-pentagrams, bc DEMONS JIM

They’re sextuplets, and Bims cousins


S2;E23 ~ February 23, 1970

Directed by Jay Sandrich ~ Written by William Raynor and Miles Wilder


Lucy finds her great grandmother’s diary with an IOU from one of Harry’s relatives tucked inside.  With interest, Lucy estimates Harry owes her thousands and soon she’s taken over his business!

Regular Cast

Lucille Ball (Lucy Carter), Gale Gordon (Harrison Otis Carter), Desi Arnaz Jr. (Craig Carter), Lucie Arnaz (Kim Carter)

Guest Cast

Lyle Talbot (Harry’s Lawyer) was a ‘B’ movie actor who made several films for Ed Wood, including what is considered one of the worst films ever made Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959). This is the first of his two appearances on the series. He was previously seen on two episodes of “The Lucy Show.”

Sid Gould (Mover, uncredited) made more than 45 appearances on “The Lucy Show,” and nearly as many on “Here’s Lucy.”  Gould (born Sydney Greenfader) was Lucille Ball’s cousin by marriage to Gary Morton.

James J. Casino (Mover, uncredited) was a professional boxer who turned into a screen actor and stunt man. He previously played one of the singing and dancing teamsters in “Lucy Helps Ken Berry” (TLS S6;E21) and will appear in one more episode of “Here’s Lucy.”  

Orwin C. Harvey (Mover, uncredited) was an actor and stuntman who played one of the singing and dancing teamsters in “Lucy Helps Ken Berry” (TLS S6;E21). This is one of his six appearances on “Here’s Lucy.”

Ron Nyman (Mover, uncredited) was an English-born actor who played a passenger on the S.S. Constitution when Lucy Ricardo sailed to Europe in “Bon Voyage” (ILL S5;E13).  

There are two uncredited actors playing construction workers.

This is the only episode written by William Raynor and Miles Wilder.

In this episode we learn that Harry comes from Sinclairville, New York and he is the fourth Harrison Otis Carter in his family. Sinclairville is in Chautaqua County about 12 miles from Jamestown where Lucille Ball was born.

Lucille Ball’s real-life grandmother’s name Flora Belle Emmaline Hunt, is used as Lucy Carter’s great-grandmother’s name in this episode.  The promissory note is made out to Lucy Carter’s great-grandfather Frederick C. Hunt, which was the name of Lucille Ball’s grandfather. After the death of her father, Lucille was raised by her grandfather Hunt.

At the start of the episode, Harry is having a phone conversation with the office landlord, Mr. Praskins. Praskins was the surname of Ann Tyrrell’s character Vi on the CBS comedy “Private Secretary” (1953-57) starring Lucille Ball’s good friend Ann Sothern.  There was an “I Love Lucy” / “Private Secretary” cross-over on the first episode of “The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour” in 1957. 

Lucy to Harry: “You make Scrooge sound like Diamond Jim Brady.” Comparisons of both Harrison O. Carter and Theodore J. Mooney to Diamond Jim Brady were frequent.  James Buchanan Brady (1856-1917) was a real-life millionaire and philanthropist who was fond of jewels (hence the nickname). Although often the comparison is to cheapskate Jack Benny, here it is to Ebenezer Scrooge, the fictional miser at the center of Charles Dickens’ famous novella A Christmas Carol.  

It is revealed that Harry opened the Unique Employment Agency 29 years ago. That would mean it was established in 1941.  

This is the first time viewers have visited the Carter home’s attic.

At the start of scene two, Harry is dictating a letter to a Mr. Rylander. This name has been used by Gale Gordon many times on both “The Lucy Show” and “Here’s Lucy.”  

Lyle Talbot gets entrance applause from the studio audience. The lawyer gets $50 an hour and (apparently) makes house calls.  

In her new role as President of the Unique Employment Agency, Lucy hangs up on a call from an important client named Charles Druten. Charles van Druten was a character played by Boris Karloff in the 1947 film Lured starring Lucille Ball.  

When the movers try to take away the water cooler, Harry grabs the bottle and of course – ends up all wet!  It wouldn’t be “Here’s Lucy” if Harry stayed dry!

When Lucie says the attic looks like something out of a Frankenstein movie, Craig jumps out to scare her by pretending to be Bela Lugosi as Dracula.  As Mr. Mooney, Gale Gordon played Dracula in a monster-themed episode of “The Lucy Show.”  In the same episode Lucy’s son Jerry dressed up Dracula and Viv’s son Sherman as Frankenstein.

The attic of the Mertz apartment building 623 East 68th Street was only seen once; in “The Saxophone” (ILL S2;E2).  

Framed “Home Sweet Home” samplers were seen above Fred and Ethel’s bed on “I Love Lucy” as well as on the wall of Lucy Carmichael’s California apartment (for one episode only) on “The Lucy Show.”  

Props! When Harry goes to tear up the IOU, Lucy warns him that it will do no good because it’s a photostat.  The document Harry is reading, however, is on yellowed parchment paper!  The paper has a small black mark in the same place as the document Lucy pulled out of the diary in the attic in the previous scene.

When Harry opens the door of the closet, there is a wall calendar that reads JAN.  The year appears to be blacked out, but since the first of the month falls on a Sunday, it is likely from 1967 or (less likely) 1961.

The framed painting of Harry’s great grandfather hanging over the fireplace is actually a doctored black and white photo of Gale Gordon that hung over Mr. Mooney’s mantle on “The Lucy Show.”  The same photo, now, colorized, was used for a gag on “Lucy Protects Her Job” (S2;E14).  

Sitcom Logic Alert! Craig comes to the realization that the interest is compounded annually and that Harry owes Lucy $138,000.  Since the period of time that the interest is compounded is not stated in the IOU, it is unclear just how Craig came to this conclusion.  

Harry’s home and living room are differently configured than in previous episodes.  

Actor Lyle Talbot rarely makes eye contact with Gale Gordon in their scene together.  Perhaps he was reading off cue cards?  

“Lucy Takes Over” rates 3 Paper Hearts out of 5

The fun thing about this episode is watching Lucy take the upper hand. Her display of self-confidence and superiority are a refreshing change of pace and must have been what Lucille Ball the executive was like.