Bucky looking through Sam’s phone for something and seeing a text from Sarah pop up that says “Happy Birthday” and absolutely losing it.
“When we’re you going to tell me it’s your birthday, Sam?”
And then Sam says it’s not a big deal and they’re on a mission and it’s only a Birthday, he’ll probably have another next year. And Sam laughs about that little ‘joke’ but Bucky is mortified. Anyways he goes out to buy a little cupcake (it’s all he can find) with a candle and a tiny bird keychain that he wraps in a piece of newspaper and sneaks back in to set it up for Sam.
And before Sam can even say anything Bucky is like “I know it’s not much, but you didn’t really give me a lot of prep time, so...”
And Sam just smiles and says it’s great. He blows out his candle, won’t tell Bucky his wish, then cuts the cupcake in half to share. He laughs at the keychain, but carries it around everywhere after that.
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"That's the Black Falcon!"
"No, that's Captian America"
I AM CRYIIINNGGGGG
I stopped watching and came here to make this post, it's not even half of the episode yet and there is already so many things to be talked about and my best friend hasn't watched it yet, so here I am.
John Walker literally tried saving the people in the truck and couldn't and I feel like the fact that he actually at least tried doing so is so nice, they never showed Walker do anything for his country until this episode, he was either showing off in the tv, fighting with Sam and Bucky, or killing people. I absolutely hated him until this episode but he was actually nice here. I thought he was making the shield to fight Sam but he actually made it to fight the flagsmashers and lost it along the way.
AND THE FACT THAT BUCKY SAVED WALKER FROM THE FLAGSMASHERS THE WAY HE SAVED SAM IN THE LAST EPISODE FROM WALKER HIMSELF. YOH.
That's some good character development you know. Cause I thought he went crazy but he was actually nice.
And this scene (the one in the pictures) was absolutely amazing, how they showed African Americans here, full of hope and joy... And also, I saw someone say that Walker's suit didn't have any white in it because it represents purity and justice in the American flag, and I love how WHITE Sam's suit is. And also Bucky's smile in this scene (hehe it was nice too)
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