Richard Armitage 30 day challenge
19.) Q: your favorite bromance
A: Porter and Gerry
Batman & Robin
While looking through shots of Strike Back, episodes 5 and 6, to help illustrate the friendship between Porter and Gerry; a different scenario started taking shape in my mind. John Porter, big brother, takes an unruly Gerry off his mother’s hands for the day:
Boys will be boys and they like to play games, no matter the age.
After an exhilarating romp, they relax in the shade. Gerry tries to bore Porter to death with facts found on the internet: “the soft-drink 7up contained Lithium, a mood stabilizing drug, until 1950”
Porter could really use some Lithium right about now
Porter makes Gerry hand over the phone, claiming it will now be an electronic-free afternoon.
Their next game, Capture the Flag, gets out of hand.
a Scottish accent is sexier than an English one. say it. Say It!
Porter eventually gets the upper hand again.
oww! why you gotta be so mean?
Gerry then tries to convince Porter to let him practice his knot-tying. Porter doesn’t fall for it.
Gerry wants to play Hide-n-Seek next
498, 499, 500! ready or not, here I come!
which ends up getting them horribly lost.
electronics could be very handy right now, just sayin’
Porter is so stressed by this point, that he doesn’t protest when Gerry discovers that his special canteen isn’t filled with water.
just don’t tell Mom
A decision he soon regrets.
no, this is not “just like Temple Run!”
Porter has had it with Gerry, and decides to cut their day together short.
if you weren’t my little brother, I’d…
Needless to say, the ride home is filled with tension.