Never heard of The Beano. Had to Google it.
Editing the two episodes together would make a great feature-length story.
I was, too, I thought we'd seen the last of him.
Low blow, in a way....
Everything should have carried over. ;)
Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet swap houses and lives - basically a rom-com version of Strangers On a Train.
Almost everything I have is some shade of blue, followed by browns, tans, mustards, not so much bright yellows or oranges, though.
Whitney asks ... Cher answers.
The Handmaid's Tale (season 2)
For me, the relationship between June and Serena really became the centrepiece this season. In fact, I'm not sure...
At some point during the 70s Larry seems to have started to make a change from his sitcom schtick of I Dream of Jeannie and The Good Life to more...
Which must still go back to a question of sales. They would make the effort if they saw a profit.
I have to say I only recognise 8 of the 18 titles but that probably says more for my ignorance than ABBA's hit-making.
I watched the first on TV a while ago but I can barely remember it now so I'm pretty indifferent to a sequel. Are there really enough ABBA hits...
To "Rock Me Gently" ~ Andy Kim
Agreed. I think there is a popular misconception that she made a lot more with Rock than she did but The Thrill of it All is probably my favourite...
Africa ~ Toto
Some clunky lyrics that don't quite scan but one of the best riffs ever.
Yes, the bedroom farces of the sixties have dated somewhat. Ironically, I think the earlier dramas and musicals probably hold up better.
Not quite. Samuels is no longer a Grand fan. Perhaps the pointing of the clues to the squad, which Christine praised as "style" was too much for...
Never seen it before but I was familiar with LeAnn Rimes's hit song and I knew Piper Perabo from Covert Affairs.
To "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" ~ Diana Ross and the Supremes & The Temptations
The Prisoner of Zenda
Rupert of Hentzau
by Anthony Hope
I've seen both the Ronald Colman and Stewart Granger film versions of Zenda - as well...
It's virtually Who Said It's Fair, Part Three.
The reference to Police Woman is nice as it's the antecedent of the female cop shows of that era...
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