Me too....Walter finally grew a pair. :-)
Paige as Cyrano was kinda.....creepy and disturbing, but kudos to Walter for "improvising" to let Happy slip out unnoticed. I'm also a little disturbed that Toby's advice could steer Paige in Walter's direction--we all know Drew doesn't get Ralph. However, Walter has zero grasp on the concept of romance and love (and seems rather proud of that fact), and this is someone with whom she's gonna contemplate a relationship? No no...Paige would do better "not shitting where she eats" and seeking romance elsewhere. As for the case they worked this week, the action sequences were great, if a bit over-the-top. Anyone else smile just a little when Walter diverted "Fatima's" blade onto a live electrical circuit? :-)
"I say in a Gossip Girl fashion because I don't buy they managed to not be discovered after they rented rooms sharing a door and gallivanted around London together for the entire week." In this case, you'd be wrong.....because they were staying in Liverpool and gallivanting in Cheshire, among other places. They were nowhere near London!!!!! Meanwhile, Miss Butt-In...er...Bunting is now offending immigrants/refugees, Barrow may be chasing a new situation, vocational or otherwise, Edith has worn out her welcome at the Drewes', Robert insulted his wife's intelligence, and Violet got "owned" by Mary.
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I wish he'd come back too. It seems like he's been "replaced" by that cloying HPD officer (Po? Pui?)
My mistake...Ethel was a former housemaid.
Wait....so Tony gets to hurl quips and barbs and insults at his coworkers, but retaliation against him is emasculating? If you're gonna dish it out, be prepared to get a little back on your plate from time to time. Let's not be melodramatic over a figure of speech--we all know what the intended meaning is.
In episode 2, the servants performed a salvage operation in Ethel's room and Anna found the photo under the pillow...and handed it to Mrs. Hughes. No male servants involved.
Now if the writers would only do something about what a colossal bitch she is to her (only living) sister. Mary confides more in Anna than she does in Ethel--it's heartbreaking really.
I dunno...he looked pretty happy to me.
Agreed. Much of Stopes' success was with the cervical cap, or what we now know to be the diaphragm. I guess that back then, women didn't need to be measured for one like they do today.
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