The Wary Fangirl

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britangie:

thewaryfangirl:

britangie:

thewaryfangirl:

santiagocabreraaddicted:

BBC America offers a different look at ‘Musketeers’

That body language…

I think were either a) jetlagged, b) hungover or c) not impressed with the questions? 😄 I’m going with a or b personally 😆 This is from a newspaper (Fresno bee) so there a newspaper article on their site too.(link on my site if anyone can’t find it.😊)

I meant Tom and Maimie. He is not being subtle.

Can you blame her? Lol I wouldn’t be subtle either!

I approve of whatever is going on here.

britangie:

thewaryfangirl:

santiagocabreraaddicted:

BBC America offers a different look at ‘Musketeers’

That body language…

I think were either a) jetlagged, b) hungover or c) not impressed with the questions? 😄 I’m going with a or b personally 😆 This is from a newspaper (Fresno bee) so there a newspaper article on their site too.(link on my site if anyone can’t find it.😊)

I meant Tom and Maimie. He is not being subtle.

bovineroyalty:

#maybe that guys a squib. #you don’t know his life (x)

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rhllors:

"lester is the closest thing to a protagonist the show has"

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santiagocabreraaddicted:

BBC America offers a different look at ‘Musketeers’

That body language…

Part of the hard part with a regeneration is that you don’t get to see your old Doctor again (until a special, of course). Instead, you kind of have to get on with just accepting the new person and learning to like them. But here we get a scene where 11 bizarrely wingmans 12 from beyond the grave. Does that show a lack of faith in Capaldi, or does it just reveal that Moffat wasn’t himself ready to say goodbye to Smith?
The sometimes frustrating reality of this show is that it’s never beyond saving — there are always new Doctors, new companions, new villains, new universes and new stories down the line. For Capaldi, resting all of our hopes on him to save us from horrible, evil Moffat is setting him up for failure, and expecting him to be slower or duller than an actor half his age is frankly unfair. So at the risk of ending on a sappy note, I suggest that we do the really radical thing and just give him a chance. At least for an episode or two. Or until the first short skirt joke.

[JK Rowling] publishes a brand new book under a pseudonym (which, now that she’s been unmasked is mostly for show anyhow) and people mildly shrug in response. But if she writes a quick pretend news story giving Harry Potter fans an update on the famous trio, people go crazy. And then, of course, accuse her of beating a dead horse for publicity.

JK, I feel you.