Why would the guy who admittedly preferred to stay inside reading rather than play footie (or presumably other sports) with his brother remind me of rugby? Well, as I was mentioning to Kate the other day, there are these screenshots on RichardArmitageNet.com that show just how suited those legs and let's be honest, those glutes were for the … Continue reading Richard to Rugby
Right. So, That BS Season Is Done.
**SPOILERS** On December 18, the final episode of Berlin Station Season 2 aired in Canada. A third season has now been announced, although it is not clear who will be returning. The first five episodes of Season 2 were fairly uneven, as I described in an earlier post. But as in Season 1, the pacing … Continue reading Right. So, That BS Season Is Done.
Merry Christmas and Happy Richarding!
I was so surprised yesterday when I opened our Christmas package sent from Toronto and found Sir Guy peering out at me over the ribbon wRApping! I confess that I couldn't wait until Christmas but had to open it right away! One of my nieces had decided that since the package included a set of … Continue reading Merry Christmas and Happy Richarding!
Berlin Station 2: Right in the Middle
**SPOILERS** So, here I am, with five episodes behind me and five (or maybe only four?) ahead. In Canada, Episode 6 airs on Monday. (Sorry... couldn't resist the cheesy title... "right" in line with those of the show.) Averaging out my scoring of the episodes, also brings me to a middling rating. Would I continue … Continue reading Berlin Station 2: Right in the Middle
Two Shows Behind… Berlin Station
Finally, I was able to watch the Season 2 premiere of Berlin Station which aired in Canada on Monday. It is so frustrating to once again be two shows behind the US, in large part because I'd love to take part in the on-line discussion when it's happening! Even avoiding the posts marked with "spoilers", … Continue reading Two Shows Behind… Berlin Station
Berlin Station: A Bingeworthy Adventure
**SPOILERS** I finally bought Season 1 of Berlin Station on iTunes. Over the last week, I could barely wait to get home to see what would happen next! The show is a slow build, working up to fast-paced excitement in the last two episodes. As a vehicle for Richard Armitage's acting skills, it is not as … Continue reading Berlin Station: A Bingeworthy Adventure