Towards the beginning of the film, Cary Grant tells Ginger Rogers that he will always remember her character “just the way you look tonight;” evoking a look of confusion and a smirk from Rogers. The line is a reference to the song of the same title Fred Astaire sung to Rogers in Swing Time, the film in which the famous song was first heard.
And so the Chronicle continues on the train. Chapter titled: “The Toy Maker Comes to Terms”. It is safe to assume that Chuck is coming to terms with some difficult revelations.
In case you need it, here’s a summary!
Summary: In 1776, George Washington declared himself King of the United States of America and began turning a new nation into the United States Empire: expanding to the west, amassing colonies and gaining power. Over one hundred years later, the government’s secrets are at risk and a new way to keep them safe must be created. When those secrets are accidentally brought to inventor and toy maker Chuck Bartowski’s doorstep, his future becomes uncertain as his life fills with adventures, hardships, and even a bit of romance.
Summary: What made Charles Carmichael agree to become Chuck Bartowski? Well, to start, it wasn’t as much of a change as you’d think. A companion to the early chapters of Two Sides of the Same Coin from Carmichael’s perspective.
Ta-da! Here we go: the companion fic for Two Sides of the Same Coin! I hope you enjoy this.
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Corvette… 1964 C2 327 Coupe in Ermine White
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