If Wikipedia Entries Told the Truth: Steven Moffat Edition

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If Wikipedia Entries Told the Truth: Steven Moffat Edition

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | October 2, 2012 | Comments ()




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  • Kelly

    Come along Pong, please.

  • Ted Zancha

    This is almost as wonderful as this little picture.


  • atgdng

    Nothing is as wonderful as that picture

  • TK

    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?...

  • mc-rox

    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.

  • BWeaves

    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.

  • Kala

    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...

  • Wembley

    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!"

  • Leelee

    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.

  • Stephen Nein

    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.

  • zeke_the_pig

    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.

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