Re: [torchwood] Re: Dr versus captain jack
- I'm an American and I've never heard that phrase before.
At 07:02 PM 8/4/2010, Carole, annotated:
> >Especially if he's going to chose "American" county hymnals for
>What does that mean please? Not a phrase I've heard before, but then
>I'm British, so it's obviously an American reference!
- I know exactly how you feel, Catzy. I had to wait for the DVD to see CoE at all
because at that time, I didn't get BBCA. I had read so much about that show
that I waited quite a while after getting the DVD before I watched it. There
were times when I wondered whether I wanted to watch it at all. I finally did,
and, to date, I have not watched it again. It was quite incredible, but the
overwhelming 'darkness' was a bit much for me.
From: sem <catz@...>
Sent: Fri, August 13, 2010 7:34:57 AM
Subject: RE: [torchwood] Re: Dr versus captain jack
Jeez we've been called "moral" and "immoral" on this list, I guess that means a
healthy mix of both. But back to Captain Jack, the most immoral moralist I know,
and a real charmer to boot. I'm very interested in what -- if any -- changes RTD
has in store for him. And I hope the series is not all dark, like CoE. It was so
painful to watch I still haven't taken the shrink wrap off the DVD set I
received the day it was made available.
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