What extras did you guys get? BBC America had Doctor Who all weekend and lots of extras, and we even had the Graham Norton show (although I believe we get a tame version - pfft!). Share! :-)
And even better, he remained extremely humorous and entertaining without having to be silly. His portrayal was so amazingly spot-on. It gave me great hope for Capaldi.
GSetter, I'd say I did a bit of both. Why don't you offer a little more than a critique of my feelings as something to lean from for the future? We normally run down the episode, but I chose to go for the overall feel of what was offered. Your choice to critique my decision is appreciated, but lost in the shuffle. What did you think of the presentation?
I have tried three times to reply to he lone commenter on this post to no avail. I give up!
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First, I'm overcome with emotion that ANYONE would dare agree with me in anything. Bless you. :-)
Second, I like all the thought you put into Laurel's condition. If part of Merlyn's return plays out as you suggested, I will find it much more interesting. Nice theories!
Hmmm. Everyone dislikes The Count but you.
Hey, email me or private message me or what have you when you get a chance. Thanks!
Send me an email or private message or whatever, will you? Thanks!
Yes, Kumar, I worked in an office long enough to stretch my behind into the size of a chair. ;-) I'm happy to be free of it.
How women will manipulate a situation? PUHLEASE. You just manipulated the situation. Men have used that tactic for years. "Do you have PMS?" "You're just too fragile." The crap goes on for miles. It isn't true, and men hate that we no longer fall for the manipulative ways.
Should Julia fall into the arms of another man? He'll no! That's HER weakness and will only put additional strain onto a marriage in free fall. I never said she was right, but I do understand why she would talk to him, just like I understood Joel talking to the mommies in the first season. Spouses need affirmation. What happened to Joel that he forgot everything that made him the wonderful husband he once was? Didn't you see my comment about how far ahead in the race he once was?
Their biggest problem is that they no longer communicate. Julia seems to be the only one interested in fixing it. Show me an instance in the last four episodes where Joel put forth an effort and I'll acquiesce.
What is it about Ashes of Rome that makes you think they're a bad boy band? They've been nothing but kind and welcoming to Amber. They've never treated her poorly or made passes at her. They have joked, but that doesn't make them nefarious. She's 21 years old. She's too young and inexperienced to be in the type of relationship Ryan requires. Ryan isn't getting the therapy he needs and for some reason thinks medication makes him weak.
If Joel thinks Julia might be about to engage with Ed, then why is he turning his back on her instead of talking about their marriage as she has asked numerous times? That says a lot about his lack of commitment. It's as if he wants out but doesn't want to take the responsibility for ending the marriage. I think He's been done with Julia for a long time.
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