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Brideshead Revisited S1E5, "A Blow Upon a Bruise"

Dir. Charles Sturridge. Starring Jeremy Irons, Anthony Andrews, Claire Bloom

“A Blow Upon a Bruise” is maybe the most apt name for an episode of television ever aired, because it’s exactly how it feels to watch this painful hour; I’ve watched this miniseries all the way through a few times, but like “Home and Abroad,” it’s not an hour I return to frequently. 1,068 more words

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All-City football team selected by coaches

Howe receiver Tyler Pannell was named City Offensive Player of the Year and Cathedral safety Ben Stewart the Defensive Player of the Year by a vote of the City coaches. 244 more words

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Brideshead Revisited S1E4, "Sebastian Against the World"

Dir. Charles Sturridge. Starring Jeremy Irons, Anthony Andrews, Claire Bloom

(My thoughts on the preceding episode are here.)

No new characters of any importance, no new threads to manage, no real change since last we met with our Brideshead friends. 1,483 more words

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Brideshead Revisited S1E3, "The Bleak Light of Day"

Dir. Charles Sturridge. Starring Jeremy Irons, Anthony Andrews, Charles Keating

(My thoughts on the preceding episode are here.)

I saw him already as being threatened, though I did not know how black was the threat.

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Brideshead Revisited S1E2, "Home and Abroad"

Dir. Charles Sturridge. Starring Jeremy Irons, Anthony Andrews, Laurence Olivier

(My thoughts on the preceding episode are here.)

There’s no doubt that of the eleven  1,026 more words

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Brideshead Revisited S1E1, "Et in Arcadia Ego"

Dir. Charles Sturridge. Starring Jeremy Irons, Anthony Andrews, John Gielgud

Brideshead Revisited meanders a little while before getting started. Its first episode is an hour and forty minute jaunt which begins with Charles Ryder (Irons), officer in the British Army, alone and pensive.  1,725 more words

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Week 8 high school football roundup

It was another crazy night of high school football in Central Indiana. Carmel led the state’s top-ranked team into the third quarter; Noblesville rallied back from a three-touchdown deficit; and North Central put an end to a 28-game losing streak. 3,573 more words

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