By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | October 2, 2012 | Comments (View)
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Come along Pong, please.
This is almost as wonderful as this little picture.
Nothing is as wonderful as that picture
His is an evil laugh.
That's a brilliant evil plan - "too many feels."
Have any of you seen his miniseries Jekyll? It's oh so very fun. https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
Jekyll was awesome and showcased Nesbitts talent sooo well. Sadly tho' there have been very few other shows which he has been in that do this. I haven't seen much of Murphy's Law but that also was good. I am hoping the Hobbit will smash him out of the park along with all the other guys.
Yes, it was great. It's the only thing that allows me to pick out one of the dwarves in The Hobbit as James Nesbitt.
That show has been on my Instant Queue for some time now. I just haven't been "in the mood" because honestly, it looks like a show that could go either way. If there's Pajibite approval, I'm in then.
Now for more of that delicious Kool-Aid...
I tried watching it. It looked like it had potential. But I thought it was crap. Tired of the "I'm crazy and maniacal. So I have a crazy maniacal laugh!"
I really enjoyed it! However it has been a few years since I watched it, so I might not be the best source. I do remember that James Nesbitt does some top notching Acting though.
Jekyll has some delicious dialogue and Nesbitt was great.
I'd just call him a hack and move on . .
Moffat is a bastard, but he ain't got nuthin on Whedon when it comes to the sadism department. I'm still grieving over Wash.
Hell I'll be grieving over Wash till the booze wipes out all long-term memory. And even then there'll be a residue sadness cos I'll still know. I'll still know.