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Author Topic: A funny thing happened on the way to the forum...  (Read 1972 times)
AemiliaCamilla
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« on: June 08, 2007, 01:16:06 AM »

no, not really. But a funny thing has happened to my perception of the world...

Last night I was watching a rerun of an old UK crime show called Cracker (episode The Mad Woman in the Attic from 1993). I have seen this several times before and itīs an old favourite. When I realized one of the Danish TV-channels had started showing the whole series again, I was delighted and settled down to watch.

But...after a while I realized one of the cop characters somehow seemed different...and then I realized it was...Erastes Fulmen! (Lorcan Cranitch). It was sort of like being hit with a cattle prod every time he was on screen. My perception of the character he plays in Cracker, DS Jimmy Beck, has definitely been changed forever.

And then when the murderer appears in the second episode, he too was strangely familiar...Oh no, itīs...Posca! (Nicholas Woodeson). How can Posca be a serial killer with serious issues with the Virgin Mary and a straight razor...

Oh Rome...what have you done!!! ::)
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But yet the sky is still above us and the earth is still below. Strange.

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Tryne
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« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2007, 07:06:44 AM »

Hey... I know what you mean... I was pretty surprised to see Tobias Menzies in  'Casino Royale' and and poked my friend in the side and said... 'Look, Brutus'... and he looked like this  :dget:  and said: 'Who?' and I realised that I was the only one in the company who had seen 'Rome'..

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