Shannon Dapper

Comet bugs in jars.

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annakie:

gloriousclio:

shannondapper:

annakie:

diebrarian:

Anyone wanna talk about how one of the most progressive characters in the show, Cactoid Jim, married a racist author who published intimidate details of her previous relationship in her bestselling novels? And then he tried to run for office?

I really want a story about how Rebecca Rose Rushmore recognizes her flaws and starts trying to change, because I can kind of relate to her early on, but as her story continues her choices become less and less sympathetic.

Ooooh yes I do want to talk about this!

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The RRR jokes remind me a lot of the Joan Wilder jokes from Romancing the Stone/Jewel of the Nile which were among the first dvds my parents owned. (We got our dvd player so long ago it came with free dvds and those were two of them.) So… yeah.  That’s why I tolerate her character well. It makes me oddly nostalgic for a time when I liked those movies????? 

But still horribly racist. And do not be mean to Croach. 

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annakie:

diebrarian:

Anyone wanna talk about how one of the most progressive characters in the show, Cactoid Jim, married a racist author who published intimidate details of her previous relationship in her bestselling novels? And then he tried to run for office?

I really want a story about how Rebecca Rose Rushmore recognizes her flaws and starts trying to change, because I can kind of relate to her early on, but as her story continues her choices become less and less sympathetic.

Ooooh yes I do want to talk about this!

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mariusperkins asked: ooooo, I want to know your thoughts on Opposite Zone Captain Laserbeam!

First of all, his name is obviously Commodore Deathray, the marquee villain of Nadir City!!

And… okay, he doesn’t really actually ever win, but he does have *really good* interpersonal relationships with his colleagues/minions/significant other.

(Also, it is my belief that any narration in the Opposite Zone is provided by SINISTER ANNIE.)

I’m gonna write this episode one day. Probably. Hopefully.

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tinycatfeet asked: I just read all of the Onusverse. "No Choice at All" DESTROYED ME how dare you. actually most of them destroyed me

annakie:

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.

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I’m very glad you liked them, and I’m sure shannondapper will be too. :D  Thank you so much! 

(A Lot of Dirt and A Little Blood is my favorite of the Sparks fic I’ve written though.)

Oh, those were some of my favorite fics too. But shamefully destructive, yes. We were ODDLY GIDDY about the whole situation while we were writing them, like YEAH I AM GONNA FUCKING DESTROY YOU WITH FEELINGS! TAKE THIS MELANCHOLY EPISODE FROM RED’S CHILDHOOD! BOOM! TAKE THIS LONG MEDIATION ON CROACH DESCENDING INTO ALCOHOLISM! POW!

Domestic Abyss might be my favorite one, because it’s almost the least sad while also being almost the MOST sad.

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Anonymous asked: Okay, last question *for now.* Amelia Earhart, Fearless Flyer doesn't get nearly enough love. Did Agent Abbie Adams recruit her directly? Did she go straight from flying around the world to fighting Nazis?

Amelia question! Too true about not getting enough love.

Well, Amelia got her paradox training from George Washington himself, so I assume that happened between faking her death and going directly to kicking Nazi tush. I don’t know who recruited her, but I always pictured her and Abby being rookies together, or Abby being a junior agent under her when she was still pretty junior herself.

And they go on missions together, and it’s really against policy to fall in love with your partner—not as strict as in the British Chronopatrol, but still, frowned upon, so they try to fight it, even though they flirt like crazy.

But then after one mission, out in pre-colonial America, when the stars are out and there’s no light pollution even invented yet so everything is gloriously clear, they finally kiss

And they date for a while, but being partners and girlfriends eventually gets too stressful and Abby transfers to a different part of the American Victory Commission to do missions in the present day only, and then she meets Jefferson Reid. But she misses Chronopatrol, and does some communication between missions. For lots of agents, not just Abby, and things are sort of tense but after a while they start flirting again…

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Anonymous asked: Have the Doyles ever hosted a cocktail hour for their set of supernatural friends? (For that matter, have the Doyles ever actually invited anyone over to their house?)

theshehulkproject:

shannondapper:

Oh, I believe they would decide to throw one, in a fit of drunken pique, and invite a few people and 100% forget about it until said people showed up. But the Doyles have a hard time saying no to the people they actually like and the occasional slap-dash parties they managed to throw would become *LEGENDARY* for the sheer amount of booze and tendency for supernatural cataclysm, often triggered by them forgetting to separate their work friends from high society folks.

I think it would be incredibly adorable if Dave and Donna met at one of Frank and Sadie’s parties.

It probably only happens once a year (which is just long enough for them to forget how bad/great an idea it is), but when it does, it’s incredible

I’ll bet there’s enough consistency in the never again/Sade, do we throw a party?/wouldn’t that be delightful!-cycle that Dave and Donna (and the other regulars) keep the last two weekends of October free, just in case. 

Sade, do we throw a party?”

*doffs hat* That is masterful.

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Anonymous asked: Have the Doyles ever hosted a cocktail hour for their set of supernatural friends? (For that matter, have the Doyles ever actually invited anyone over to their house?)

Oh, I believe they would decide to throw one, in a fit of drunken pique, and invite a few people and 100% forget about it until said people showed up. But the Doyles have a hard time saying no to the people they actually like and the occasional slap-dash parties they managed to throw would become *LEGENDARY* for the sheer amount of booze and tendency for supernatural cataclysm, often triggered by them forgetting to separate their work friends from high society folks.

I think it would be incredibly adorable if Dave and Donna met at one of Frank and Sadie’s parties.

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