I rather adore the Boss and Secretary. THey understand both the professional side (they are trained/chosen for this type of missions) but also the personal (M agents are assholes). Her brand of Tough Love is harsh but necessary.
Although this now gives me questions about 300 and 250, I mean like the Boss said, M Agents are to flirt, seduce and be eye-catching, so has 300 or 250 ever had to do far more than flirting, even have sex, with a mark for a mission? How did they deal with it? DId they talk about it, negotiate, plan or something? Isn't 250 also a Section M Agent, so he may be better informed on what a committed relationship with another M agent will be like and the type of missions both may go on, since it seems that Lis isn't so well informed or not an Agent. Or is 250 from another Section that somehow got tranfered into M and doesn't have this background? (damn it, I forgot. I have to go back and re-read from the moment he shows up to figure it out, unless someone else know?)
I thought that 300 and 250 have been in a relationship longer so maybe they already have something figured out or this can be Humon trying to figure out the dynamic between them in these situations. I may have thought/wonder about this more in depth before.
Why yes, I am from Fandom's where polygamy, BDSM, and open relationships are thought, discussed and fic'ed.
The angry letters received by the station it aired on would be humorous, I'm sure. If anyone could get away with it, my bet would be AMC. Although people would need to be prepared for a lot of hating on Natalie. There would also likely be more actual crime depicted.
In my experience, the fans of AMC shows tend to send a lot of hate at the main female character of a show. If say, like Lori Grimes, they react to things like most human beings. If they do not derive great enjoyment from lopping of zombie heads, they are week and holding the men back. It's what kept me out of The Walking Dead fandom. I know there are some people like that everywhere, but a disproportionate number seem to watch that network.
I'm sure you've met them, they're the "wait, feminism is a thing now?" type
I'm sorry to say but I don't really care for these agent stories. I do not really care for the shipping, mythology or weird fetishes that you do. I subscribed because the SatW comics are hillarious and I hoped to get more. sadly we those very rarely. So im done. People probably enjoy these comics that you do more than SatW since this is what you are making.