Back in my X-Files days, when 'shipper was a new term, 'shippers and "noromos" argued over whether Mulder and Scully were in love (and, if they were, if they should do anything about it), and whether romance of any sort fit within the XF genre.
For the record, my stance is: it's the X-Files. No, they shouldn't get all goo-goo eyed and gushy...but I firmly believe that they were together by the season before Scully became pregnant.
Believe it or not, that's actually relevant to the Continuum spoilers.
Because in the X-Files days, scenes were analyzed bit by bit. (Given the communities I was in, so were John/Delenn and Marcus/Susan scenes from Babylon 5, but that's another show.)
Scene by scene.
Look by look.
I seem to recall, in the early days of free Geocities websites, people listing proof and screen captures to prove their point.
I mostly gave that up. I've had a few 'ships since then -- John/Aeryn being the one that caught my attention the most -- but by the time I came into Farscape, the show was over and it was canon...so there was no looking for "proof."
But I felt that part of me stir during a scene I randomly clicked to while checking the file I totally didn't rip from the DVD to make sure the subtitles burned in correctly.
Just one look.
Just the look Cam shot a teary Carter.
Jack/Sam? Blech. I'm a Cam/Sam 'shipper -- in the original sense of the term -- all the way.
(Also? What the heck is with the Cam/Vala people? For one thing -- Vala likes Daniel. For another...just because Ben Browder and Claudia Black played different characters who were in love doesn't mean their new characters have to be too. It's called acting, remember?
I mean, seriously...do you think Bester would cuddle a tribble?
Or, more to the point, do you seriously think Chekov would, you know, mind-wipe people, plant spies, kill people...all with that quiet, sociopathic grin?)
Oh, and my inner canon freak (that is, the part of me that insists on internal continuity in my shows) was delighted at Cam actually referencing his injuries and the titanium holding him together. Yay continuity. :-)