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coprime: two game-obsessed, winning-obsessed nerds (ships that I ship)
Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 04:24 am
Canon: Lady and the Tramp
Pairing: Jock/Trusty
Canon Level: Friends/Companions

While I'm quite sure Disney didn't intend for Jock and Trusty to be an older couple, I am also quite sure that I have always read them as one from the first time I watched Lady and the Tramp. It seems wrong to imagine one without the other, and they'd be so lonely. When I was little, I was very relieved by the final scene where it was shown that Trusty was okay because, yay, that meant Jock did get him help and everything was right in the movie again. (Lady and the Tramp was very emotional for me.)

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coprime: an awesome lady stepping out of a boat (Default)
Friday, June 17th, 2011 07:41 pm
I don't do the [community profile] fannish5 questions too often because I can never think up answers easily, but I wanted to do this one because I immediately thought of a best father.

Robert Hawkins (Static Shock) is a fantastic father, and the relationship between the entire Hawkins family is one of my favorite aspects of the show.

Donald Duck (Quack Pack) was essentially Huey, Dewey, and Louie's father. I'm not at all familiar with the Donald Duck comics, but I'll always be fond of Quack Pack and the mutually antagonistic but ultimately loving relationship between Donald and his teenage nephews.

Benjamin Sisko (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) and Jake had a relationship that I just loved watching. They loved each other, and each was made stronger by that love. Deep Space Nine would not have been as good a show if Sisko hadn't been a father.

Splinter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) managed to raise four highly energetic boys completely by himself. It's impressive when you think about it.

James (The Princess and the Frog) is such an important character even though he's in so little of it and that's because he was such a wonderful father for Tiana. This became my favorite Disney movie the first time I saw it, and Tiana's parents are probably the second biggest reason why.