Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Kangaroo Fun


I thought this photo looked hot too. I haven't spent much time outdoors since the heat wave began. I'm so thankful for central air. Oh, by the way, I loved Sunday's episode of ENDEAVOUR on Masterpiece Mystery on PBS. Did you watch? My friend in Massachusetts loved it too. I'm watching Pie In The Sky right now. I love the quirky characters. British TV is so great. It will soon be time to retire to my bedroom to watch the flat screen. Good night. See you tomorrow. via
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5 comments:

Karen in CT said...

.. Oh I love Brit TV as well. I'm not into Endeavor yet but have recently gotten hooked on Doc Martin.

Take care in the heat .. I think it's going to be a few more days .. ugh!

Karen in CT

Anonymous said...

I missed Endeavor I, but I saw the Fugue one. I remember your saying the one episode was confusing with too many red herrings. I never try to figure it out; I just like to enjoy the characters and period costumes and sets. I enjoyed this one, as well as the original Endeavor, and all the elder Morse shows. It wouldn't be fun if it were too transparent. My only quip is that Shaun Evans pushes the social awkwardness of the young Morse a little too much. He looks a little mental. I wasn't as fond of the Lewis series, though I liked him as the younger Lewis with the older Morse. I watch nearly all the MT shows. Not watching Call the Midwife, as watching women in labor has never appealed to me. Once was enough.

Anonymous said...

Just noticed the other comment about Doc Martin. Watched the whole series borrowed from the library. Loved it!

The Queen Vee said...

Yes this is a HOT looking pic. Yes, watched Endeavour. Yes, yes I love my central air. There's no way I would live in VA without it. I had to get up at 4:30 AM to water the yard yesterday and it was 85 degrees on our porch, that's 4:30 in the middle of the night. I love Brit TV too.

Nan said...

I love Morse, Lewis, and Endeavour. I could practically live my television life watching just those three series, and be happy. I'm amazed at Shaun E.'s ability to channel John Thaw's movements and expressions. And such a treat to have Abigail Thaw a regular.