Did You Know? Brad Bird, the writer and director of The Incredibles, based each of the characters powers on family archetypes. “The dad is always expected in the family to be strong, so i made him strong. The moms are always pulled in a million different directions, so I made her stretch like taffy. Teenagers…are insecure and defensive, so I made her turn invisible and turn on shields. Ten-year-old boys are hyperactive energy balls. And babies are unrealized potential,” says Bird
"Mrs. Hughes, I’m holding this door shut until you kiss me!"
JIM CARTER: And Carson as her second father, her surrogate father, really starts to feel responsible for trying to bring her out of the mourning and reengage with life.
MICHELLE DOCKERY: They all try. Branson tries, Anna tries, but they [Carson and Mary] have that wonderful relationship. It’s almost like a kind of fatherly relationship that she has with Carson - that’s different from Robert. So he certainly does help her.
A moment of silence for the poor students who were in Harry’s year and only wanted a normal Hogwarts education.
JUST THOUGHT OF SOMETHING
In s3 we have Mrs. Hughes keeping secrets from Carson and he snoops around to figure out what is going on with her because he’s worried
In s4 we have Carson keeping secrets from Mrs. Hughes and she snoops around to figure out what is going on with him because she’s worried
Yup. They definitely aren’t headed toward a romantic plotline at ALL.