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May 23, 2011

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Yvette

Some of these ideas don't sound all that terrific. But what do I know?

As for tv shows, I've given up trying to remember who is on where or when. I gave up my cable, so I mostly watch online.
But I can never remember what the shows are. Ha!

BV Lawson

It's like a game of "who's on first"; or maybe it's more like musical chairs. There are so many programs to watch, many of them quite fine, but trying to find the hours in the day is the problem. Kind of like the 250+ books in my TBR pile...

Yvette

Now that I think on it though, I do like the idea of Colin Firth in just about anything. I'd go see the GAMBIT remake. I don't think he's made this sort of film before. It would be interesting to see what he does with it.

BV Lawson

My mother (like a lot of women, I suspect) will always think of Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy. He'll be seen soon in "Tinker, Tailor, Solider, Spy" and after "Gambit," he's on to star in "Stoker" and a dark comedy. So, you'll have plenty of opportunities to catch him on screen for the next few years, anyway.

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