Thx to OML's detective work, we have a clue from Ian Wylie for Ep 5. Might his vague reference to furniture be a tongue in cheek nod to THE TABLE?
>Lucas / John betrays a possible past in furniture removal.
Ahead of another twist in the tale in the closing moments which I didn’t see coming.
Fans of all things Harry and Ruth may also care to watch out for the “Next Week” teaser trail.<
Here's the young woman who the US's liberal media(vast majority have admitted to that political bias) tried to paint as a loose runabout, simply because she's a single mother. AND, most telling, because they unabashedly support the political party to which her prominent mother does NOT belong. The liberal media stripe predominates on both sides of the Atlantic - readers/viewers would be wise to keep that in mind at all times. Bristol Palin & her partner Mark Ballas received lower marks than I'd expected for their Rhumba. Really believe the music chosen makes a huge difference in these performances - it's not nearly as inspiring as it could've been. Do you agree that 6s were less than they deserved?
Now following a BBC twitter account in a show of support for retaining an on-going variety of global TV networks. In truth, it wasn’t personally easy for me to do. The reason that is so is because the organization’s political slant on the news has for many yrs been spun strongly to the left and, therefore, has been ridiculously out of sync with truth on the ground in the US. What prompted the decision to follow was a blogger’s interesting explanation for why there’s a ‘pull to the North’ for entertainment execs in the UK.
After reading the post, the realization flashed across my mind that I'd also felt a pull to the North upon gaining access to the internet 15 yrs ago. Both career and personal interests had prompted us to purchase our first 'puter. A genealogy quest ranked almost as high as the career pressure at the time to acquire IT knowledge. For one family tree branch, every new discovery zeroed in on the heart of the Industrial Revolution - Northern England.
Here’s the twitter account: http://twitter.com/AboutTheBBCThe blog: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/aboutthebbc/2010/10/the-pull-of-the-north.shtml
Pic of the tourney scene shoot in Game of Thrones:
No one could be enjoying this production more than the author, GRR martin (seen below--the C21 version of Henry VIII;) The writer often mentions the pressure to finish the 5th book of the 7 volume series; however, guess where he flew to yesterday? -- that's right..Northern Irl. He can't seem to stay away from watching his imaginative dreams spring to life...it has to be the thrill of a lifetime.