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Pam is armed and ready to go during the Archer season three finale, "Space Race: Part II"

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    Not to over-comment But I couldn't risset on this one!As a blogger of wedding vendors I highly value (and put to practice) crediting everyone possible for each photo used. First, always the photographer and the pro that I'm doing the blogging for. Then if it's a shot that spans much of a venue, then the venue gets credit, as do as many vendors as I can gather and whose work is featured in the photo coordination/design, lighting, floral, stationery, calligraphy, cake the list goes on. Of course I can't always get everyone, but I make it a goal to give credit to each and every business that made that gorgeous photo possible, and most certainly don't leave all of the credit to the photographer. Somehow, if just through a tag, I try to find a way to provide due credit.Giving credit where credit is due is most certainly the easiest way to honor and acknowledge everyone involved. Everyone should do this! Great topic Pam and Preston!