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Rewatching ‘Death Benefits’:

  • In the end, I think the Machine didn’t want Reese and Shaw killing the senator, as many other people pointed out, if that’s what the Machine wanted, then it would have sent Root, who has far less scruples. During the whole debate I was thinking how much worse it would be for the Team if they *did* kill the senator because then they’d have the full brunt of the US Government looking for them, and its not just law enforcement or clandestine outfit. It’ll be all of them.
  • Root’s preparations has something to do with it, and eventually it will all tie back to having that Senator alive than dead. But man will it be a nail biting three episode finale to get there.
  • I remember that the show runners of Burn Notice/Leverage/Person of Interests were friends and they joked about crossing over. The whole look of the bar Shaw and Root were in reminded me of BN and I wondered if this was a hat tip to them? Also, maybe the Machine sent them there because Michael’s team is no longer in Miami to take care of any Relevant threats.

That… does make a lot of sense, from the moment the team figured that The Machine wanted them to kill the senator I kept wondering why it didn’t just send Root. This might explain it.

Maybe ‘she’ just needed to INTRODUCE the Senator to Finch and Shaw and Reese?

I mean the guy, even though he agreed to push the Samaritan through, there at the end… he looked kind of… uncertain. Kind of guilty, and until that point it seemed that he thought he was doing the right thing (skimming from the top but still doing the right thing).

And yeah if they actually went and killed a US senator? Sheeeesh.

P.S. So THAT’S why I had that weird nostalgic feeling? I knew there was something extremely familiar about the Miami scene (plus the music, the background music was RIGHT out of Burn Notice now that I think on it). Oh I’m so accepting this headcanon (next time they should have Shaw mention an old friend who could probably steal the thing they need from that high security building with a Steranko security system).

Yeah, I feel like there’s some larger purpose we don’t see, especially since we don’t have all the puzzle pieces. Root has all the ‘Necessary’ parts, and the Machine made sure Shaw got there with John and Harold, for what reason I’m not entirely sure why.

There must be a reason why he needed to be alive.

Right? I watched Burn Notice a couple hours ago and I was hit by a sense of familiarity. Even the establishing shot of Miami looked familiar! Shaw knowing/meeting Parker would be a hoot— a terrifying kind though.

But what if Shaw also knew about Fiona? Or Michael by reputation? It would have been such an awesome crossover!

Would Eliot be familiar with ISA though? How would Shaw and Eliot get along? Root will definitely disturb him.

I like terrifying friendships. They’re kind of my favorite kind ;)

Which now makes me think about how Root and Fiona would probably bring out the scariest aspects of each other too. I don’t think they’d… get along… exactly, but I do think their interaction would horrify everyone else.

Ah dear Eliot Spencer. He’d probably react to Root a bit like he reacted to Parker the first time he met her (except even more so and about Root he wouldn’t actually be exactly wrong). He and Shaw on the other hand would get along great, two soldiers, two protectors, two killers who keep their morals in check with the help of the people around them, yeah they’d probably have a companionable sort of bond (which might give a few good reasons for Root to dislike Eliot as well).

Reese would probably sit in some quiet corner drinking with Sam.

And Hardison would devolve into a fanboy mess if he ever figured out who the mysterious man with the cane is. And that reminds me…

…imagine the face off between Nate and Finch ;)

Oh *please*, Sophie and Nate couldn’t stay out of trouble even if they tried! My headcanon for them actually have them being the Nick and Nora Charles of the current generation with Sterling, quite amusingly finding his way into their misadventures. (And somehow Maggie is there too!).

I’m sure, somehow Sophie and Nate would manage to be there when/if Leverage Inc crosses paths with Team Machine!

Although, weirdly, as much as I love Team Machine meeting Leverage Inc, I can’t wrap my head around the two worlds intersecting, I can see how Burn Notice ‘verse can be part of the PoI-verse, I can see how Burn Notice ‘verse can intersect with Leverage’s Crime World, but I can’t make the leap from PoI-verse to Crime World, and I don’t know why!

Michael would be so wary of Shaw, he’d get along with John but not before making fun of him a lot. Sam Axe would be terrified at the trio of Fiona, Shaw, and Root.

Jesse is just going to just be in this corner with Fusco because hell no, is he going to be in the middle of that mess, Nuh uh.

Good point.

Hmmm… maybe because Leverage is all about exposing conspiracies and Person of Interest is more about keeping them hidden? Or maybe because Person of Interest is more… life and death? But Burn Notice is like… middle ground.

I mean Leverage is very light. There’s darkness there too of course and pain on occasion, but for the most part it’s very white collar. Where Person of Interest deals with murder every episode, trying to stop it from happening, failing once in a while, finding out you saved a life it’d have probably been better you let die (etc. etc.). Both have humor in them, but it’s used for different purposes and with greatly different frequency.

And Burn Notice, as I said, is middle ground in all of it.

Huh… I got slightly more deep here it seems, oh well.

But YES for that trio: GUNS, GRENADES, NINJA MOVES OH MY.

Hee. It will be utter chaos! Miami would be a warzone! Maybe its a good thing Fiona isn’t in Miami at the time Root and Shaw blew into town. Between Michael, Fiona, Root, and Shaw… poor Miami!

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Rewatching ‘Death Benefits’:

  • In the end, I think the Machine didn’t want Reese and Shaw killing the senator, as many other people pointed out, if that’s what the Machine wanted, then it would have sent Root, who has far less scruples. During the whole debate I was thinking how much worse it would be for the Team if they *did* kill the senator because then they’d have the full brunt of the US Government looking for them, and its not just law enforcement or clandestine outfit. It’ll be all of them.
  • Root’s preparations has something to do with it, and eventually it will all tie back to having that Senator alive than dead. But man will it be a nail biting three episode finale to get there.
  • I remember that the show runners of Burn Notice/Leverage/Person of Interests were friends and they joked about crossing over. The whole look of the bar Shaw and Root were in reminded me of BN and I wondered if this was a hat tip to them? Also, maybe the Machine sent them there because Michael’s team is no longer in Miami to take care of any Relevant threats.

That… does make a lot of sense, from the moment the team figured that The Machine wanted them to kill the senator I kept wondering why it didn’t just send Root. This might explain it.

Maybe ‘she’ just needed to INTRODUCE the Senator to Finch and Shaw and Reese?

I mean the guy, even though he agreed to push the Samaritan through, there at the end… he looked kind of… uncertain. Kind of guilty, and until that point it seemed that he thought he was doing the right thing (skimming from the top but still doing the right thing).

And yeah if they actually went and killed a US senator? Sheeeesh.

P.S. So THAT’S why I had that weird nostalgic feeling? I knew there was something extremely familiar about the Miami scene (plus the music, the background music was RIGHT out of Burn Notice now that I think on it). Oh I’m so accepting this headcanon (next time they should have Shaw mention an old friend who could probably steal the thing they need from that high security building with a Steranko security system).

Yeah, I feel like there’s some larger purpose we don’t see, especially since we don’t have all the puzzle pieces. Root has all the ‘Necessary’ parts, and the Machine made sure Shaw got there with John and Harold, for what reason I’m not entirely sure why.

There must be a reason why he needed to be alive.

Right? I watched Burn Notice a couple hours ago and I was hit by a sense of familiarity. Even the establishing shot of Miami looked familiar! Shaw knowing/meeting Parker would be a hoot— a terrifying kind though.

But what if Shaw also knew about Fiona? Or Michael by reputation? It would have been such an awesome crossover!

Would Eliot be familiar with ISA though? How would Shaw and Eliot get along? Root will definitely disturb him.

I like terrifying friendships. They’re kind of my favorite kind ;)

Which now makes me think about how Root and Fiona would probably bring out the scariest aspects of each other too. I don’t think they’d… get along… exactly, but I do think their interaction would horrify everyone else.

Ah dear Eliot Spencer. He’d probably react to Root a bit like he reacted to Parker the first time he met her (except even more so and about Root he wouldn’t actually be exactly wrong). He and Shaw on the other hand would get along great, two soldiers, two protectors, two killers who keep their morals in check with the help of the people around them, yeah they’d probably have a companionable sort of bond (which might give a few good reasons for Root to dislike Eliot as well).

Reese would probably sit in some quiet corner drinking with Sam.

And Hardison would devolve into a fanboy mess if he ever figured out who the mysterious man with the cane is. And that reminds me…

…imagine the face off between Nate and Finch ;)

Oh *please*, Sophie and Nate couldn’t stay out of trouble even if they tried! My headcanon for them actually have them being the Nick and Nora Charles of the current generation with Sterling, quite amusingly finding his way into their misadventures. (And somehow Maggie is there too!).

I’m sure, somehow Sophie and Nate would manage to be there when/if Leverage Inc crosses paths with Team Machine!

Although, weirdly, as much as I love Team Machine meeting Leverage Inc, I can’t wrap my head around the two worlds intersecting, I can see how Burn Notice ‘verse can be part of the PoI-verse, I can see how Burn Notice ‘verse can intersect with Leverage’s Crime World, but I can’t make the leap from PoI-verse to Crime World, and I don’t know why!

Michael would be so wary of Shaw, he’d get along with John but not before making fun of him a lot. Sam Axe would be terrified at the trio of Fiona, Shaw, and Root.

Jesse is just going to just be in this corner with Fusco because hell no, is he going to be in the middle of that mess, Nuh uh.

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thanosisabutt:

Steve Rogers says a witty one liner, but doesn’t have a plane to jump out of. He begins to sweat nervously as he did not plan for this.

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isagrimorie:

Rewatching ‘Death Benefits’:

  • In the end, I think the Machine didn’t want Reese and Shaw killing the senator, as many other people pointed out, if that’s what the Machine wanted, then it would have sent Root, who has far less scruples. During the whole debate I was thinking how much worse it would be for the Team if they *did* kill the senator because then they’d have the full brunt of the US Government looking for them, and its not just law enforcement or clandestine outfit. It’ll be all of them.
  • Root’s preparations has something to do with it, and eventually it will all tie back to having that Senator alive than dead. But man will it be a nail biting three episode finale to get there.
  • I remember that the show runners of Burn Notice/Leverage/Person of Interests were friends and they joked about crossing over. The whole look of the bar Shaw and Root were in reminded me of BN and I wondered if this was a hat tip to them? Also, maybe the Machine sent them there because Michael’s team is no longer in Miami to take care of any Relevant threats.

That… does make a lot of sense, from the moment the team figured that The Machine wanted them to kill the senator I kept wondering why it didn’t just send Root. This might explain it.

Maybe ‘she’ just needed to INTRODUCE the Senator to Finch and Shaw and Reese?

I mean the guy, even though he agreed to push the Samaritan through, there at the end… he looked kind of… uncertain. Kind of guilty, and until that point it seemed that he thought he was doing the right thing (skimming from the top but still doing the right thing).

And yeah if they actually went and killed a US senator? Sheeeesh.

P.S. So THAT’S why I had that weird nostalgic feeling? I knew there was something extremely familiar about the Miami scene (plus the music, the background music was RIGHT out of Burn Notice now that I think on it). Oh I’m so accepting this headcanon (next time they should have Shaw mention an old friend who could probably steal the thing they need from that high security building with a Steranko security system).

Yeah, I feel like there’s some larger purpose we don’t see, especially since we don’t have all the puzzle pieces. Root has all the ‘Necessary’ parts, and the Machine made sure Shaw got there with John and Harold, for what reason I’m not entirely sure why.

There must be a reason why he needed to be alive.

Right? I watched Burn Notice a couple hours ago and I was hit by a sense of familiarity. Even the establishing shot of Miami looked familiar! Shaw knowing/meeting Parker would be a hoot— a terrifying kind though.

But what if Shaw also knew about Fiona? Or Michael by reputation? It would have been such an awesome crossover!

Would Eliot be familiar with ISA though? How would Shaw and Eliot get along? Root will definitely disturb him.

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gleerant:

i want abs but i also want beer and cheesy bread at 1am do you see my problem

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oldernfaraway:

Buffy Meme [2/4] Relationships » Buffy + Weapons

Well, if this guy wants to fight with weapons, I’ve got it covered from “A” to “Z” - from ax to … zee other ax.

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Rewatching ‘Death Benefits’:

  • In the end, I think the Machine didn’t want Reese and Shaw killing the senator, as many other people pointed out, if that’s what the Machine wanted, then it would have sent Root, who has far less scruples. During the whole debate I was thinking how much worse it would be for the Team if they *did* kill the senator because then they’d have the full brunt of the US Government looking for them, and its not just law enforcement or clandestine outfit. It’ll be all of them.
  • Root’s preparations has something to do with it, and eventually it will all tie back to having that Senator alive than dead. But man will it be a nail biting three episode finale to get there.
  • I remember that the show runners of Burn Notice/Leverage/Person of Interests were friends and they joked about crossing over. The whole look of the bar Shaw and Root were in reminded me of BN and I wondered if this was a hat tip to them? Also, maybe the Machine sent them there because Michael’s team is no longer in Miami to take care of any Relevant threats.
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Just watched Winter Soldier

excellentandelementary:

That movie was pretty intense for two 95-year-olds trying to kill each other.

tagged → #hee #cap 2 spoilers
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darlingdukeofsuffolk:

emberbrushiebrushie:

Imagine Steve going to Lois for help in finding Bucky.

While Clark is helping Bucky getting his memories back and then trying to find Steve. 

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pimirkun:

This was not a happy episode.
I’ll eat pancake for breakfast tomorrow.
from “Person of Interest” S03E20

「POI Writers’ Office ‏@POIWritersRoom  14h
@onlysarahshahi must have eaten 10 pancakes while shooting this scene and never missed a beat. #personofinterest」
from twitter

pimirkun:

This was not a happy episode.

I’ll eat pancake for breakfast tomorrow.

from “Person of Interest” S03E20

 14h

must have eaten 10 pancakes while shooting this scene and never missed a beat.

from twitter

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