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What We Did on Our Holiday

A married couple (Rosamund Pike and David Tennant) are having problems. They’re living in different houses but when they go on holiday with their three young children they put on a front and pretend they’re still happily married for their distant family members. 191 more words


Where Do I Know That Actor?

I just caught the season premiere of Vicious and thought it might be worth a mention to point out that the episode guest-starred Celia Imrie as Violet’s sister. 167 more words

Midsomer Murders

Thoughts on: The Bells of Saint John

Did you see when Clara asked if she could use the internet when Angie was finished with it? That’s me. Or it’s going to be me before long, when technology inevitably outpaces my very limited ability to comprehend it. 767 more words

Doctor Who

Clea DuVall Sets Cast For Directorial Debut; Celia Imrie Finds 'Cure For Wellness'

Clea DuVall‘s untitled feature directorial debut has set its cast. Melanie Lynskey (Two And A Half Men), Natasha Lyonne (Orange Is The New Black… 204 more words


Medical collusion in governmental tyranny and the NWO depopulation agenda?

There are few professions I can think of which have the power and the trust of the public like the medical fraternity. There is great power and authority in the military, no doubt, but for the general population that is behind closed doors to us – we are not likely to ever be on the receiving end of that evil unless something goes horribly wrong (as it is in the United States right now). 1,712 more words

Three Celia Imrie (2015)

1. The Wicked Lady.
2. Out of Bounds.
3. St. Trinian’s.
Lucky Break-
With a writing turn
to take.


What We Did on Our Holiday

“Whatever you do, don’t upset Dad – his health can’t take it …” – with these words, Doug (played by David Tennant) convinces his ex-wife Abi (by Rosamund Pike) that on their visit to see his dying father, Gordie (by Billy Connolly), they should pretend their marriage is still intact and everything in their family garden is “rosie”. 405 more words