Smoke gets in your eyes.
I don’t have time.
trumpeter swans (photo via la times)
Yes I’ve posted some of these before, but I think the Internet could stand repeat viewing of the vortex of slash that is CKR and Hugh Dillon. I mean if I’m going to hell I want some of you to come with me.
Happy Easter and/or a lovely Sunday to all of you. Here’s a little something to whet your appetite for tonight, a short interview with Barrington Pheloung.
Also, this will be your last friendly reminder for a while: Neverland is on tonight at 8pm on ITV. And if you need to talk/vent/cry/get drunk/drown yourself in feels about the series 2 finale afterwards don’t forget: fymorse is here for you (I might be in dire need of a
pinthug myself afterwards).
Just don’t lose your way, it’s easily done.
Just in time for tonight’s episode, here’s the last part of Damian Michael Barcroft’s interview with Russell Lewis, in which they talk in depth about Home, tease Neverland … oh and the last bit about Shaun made me tear up like woah.
Here’s a particularly interesting bit that clears up some issues with Morse’s timeline:There’s a bit of mild license with certain things. Cyril and Constance may have divorced at a certain point according to canon – but I felt we had a little wriggle room. They might have divorced at such and such a time, but they could believably have split up many years earlier, which would explain the closeness in ages between Endeavour and Joyce. A dignified veil was drawn over the chronology. But many families had what were then seen as ‘dark secrets’. A certain amount of ‘What would the neighbours say?’ People moved, pretended to be married, widowed, etc.. Keeping up appearances.
And then there’s this. Aw.Endeavour’s professional family. Something of a ragbag – Bright, Jakes, Strange, Max and Dorothea. Each of them… unconventional in their way. I’m hesitant to say dysfunctional, but they are all to a greater or lesser degree solitary. Taking solace in the companionship of their fellows.
Bright and Thursday.