Without quite claiming that Mrs. Peel agrees with the vengeful secretaries in How To Succeed At Murder, she seems to have at least some sympathy for them. She’s a high-powered and intelligent woman, accustomed to working for herself, and she’s in a position at least slightly subordinate to a man. Even if her and Steed’s relationship is largely equal, he’s still the senior officer. She looks shocked when he shushes her (I think it’s the only time he actively tells her to be quiet in the whole series).
I don’t know, though, and would love to hear what others think.
Steed: Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear, the amateurs are still hard at it. My dear, that is quite ineffective beyond the range of three feet.
Cathy: Still not in the Middle East?
Steed: It’s funny you mention that: I missed my plane.
Steed and Cathy disarm a couple of criminals like it’s nothing.
Give ‘em credit: Steed and Cathy are pretty badass together. The sarcasm was strong with this series.
pinched off ebay.
I am not going to verbalise what’s on my mind right now, looking at his picture. That would not be proper behavior.
Is he…wearing jeans? He’s wearing jeans. Jeans…
Yes….and they are a bit tight.
Due to an overwhelming amount of paper writing I have to accomplish in the next several days, I intend to be on a hiatus until next Wednesday. I may be around reblogging things, but I won’t have anything to post myself until then. Sorry.
The only reaction image you’ll ever need
In the interest of, um, equality…
Fan art from episode Room without a view