[conspire] [Off-topic] Always a bridesmaid...
nick at zork.net
Fri Aug 3 00:26:47 PDT 2007
> I'm currently in the middle of the 1913 two-parter, which seems ho-hum
> but better than the Manhattan pair, after which I'm looking forward to
Yeah, the Goodbye Mr. Chips story was largely good because it gave
Freema a chance to run the plot for a while, and Tennant got to change
character dramatically. It had some wince-inducing moments of
exposition designed to reassure latecomers that they really are watching
the right show, and the ending is a little syrupy for my tastes. But all
in all, not bad.
BitKeeper, how quaint. Nick Moffitt
-- Alan Cox nick at zork.net
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