The Annoying Younger Sibling is often used by writers as a balance to the “coolness” of the main protagonist. Typically the opposite sex of the main character … Note that this trope is for younger siblings who are annoying to the other characters, not to the audience.
Leverage 30 Day Challenge | Day 19: Favourite Flashback
Gratuitous display of characters in skimpy clothing, or none at all, under the assumption that it will attract or “reward” viewers. The character is usually female, though fanservice of male characters is far from uncommon.
I’m her father. New York City, 12 years ago. The little scamp lifted my wallet. When I first met her she was wild, dangerous. To herself and to others. But she had the gift. My perfect thief.
3.03; The Inside Job / 4.18; The Last Dam Job
You all know how much I adore Parker and Archie and how her stealing his wallet every time they meet gives me all the FEELINGS because that’s how they knew each other and the last time they said goodbye to each other she returned him his wallet because she had finally found her place in the world and she was ready to let him go so obviously the scene in this episode with her lifting his wallet again makes me want to die because it’s their thing and that’s how competent thieves with such an emotional baggage together recognize each other and ugh, it’s so perfect for them. Also Archie calling her ‘his daughter’ in front of her real daughter and HER FACE and him going with her without a doubt the moment he sees her because he really can’t stay out of the game makes me sob because these. thieves. I genuinely think Richard Chamberlain is probably one of the best casting choices this show has ever done (damn, the man has so much class) and I can’t think of anyone better to play this wise, sophisticated, badass thief who wears a cane with an extendible stiletto blade like the characters in those Old Hollywood movies, who remains unshakable at everything except when it comes to Parker and him and Beth have an insane amount of chemistry and they play each other so well and I just have so many feelings about this show’s father figures. HELP.