Saturday, March 07, 2009

Tears before Bedtime

Tonight I was swept by great waves of emotion and the tears flowed. I was watching 'Let's Dance' for Comic Relief and two characters from 'The Bill' - which I don't watch, did it for me with 'River Dance'. Am I going barmy?

22 comments:

scarlet-blue said...

No, you are not going barmy! It was flipping good! Did you see Rob Mitchell doing Flashdance in the first week? I really think he should win the whole thing.
Sx

Zed said...

No comment, Pat, my dear. None whatsoever....

PI said...

Scarlet: no I missed thta sadly.

Zed: cheeky monkey!

Jimmy Bastard said...

The Bill? Is that still going? I haven't watched TV for years.

Ye God.. confinement to the hoose is gonnae be a lot harder than I thought.

scarlet-blue said...

Oh... watch him in the final, he was brilliant.
Sx

keiths ramblings said...

I also watched it, but sadly not my scene!

PI said...

Jimmy: I don't watch the Bill or those hospital prograammes but we like the History channel, and I like 'Damages' and 'Mad Men' and there's always sport and Bond - James Bond who seems never to be off.

Scarlet: it's a date:)

Keith ramblings; so you didn't wipe away a little tear?

savannah said...

no clue about the program ya'll are talking about, but my friend's daughter is in damages! xoxo

Jimmy Bastard said...

Pat, the History channel. Now you're talking.

I must however admit to sitting through 2 hours of the Vicar of Dibley last neet.
Do you think maybe I am still suffering from the blow to the head?

Keith said...

"Am I going barmy?"

Yes.

PI said...

Savannah: how exciting! Please tell me who and I'll wave to her tonight.

Jimmy: V of D has always had a place in my heart and sadly one of my favourite characters - Roger Lloyd Pack has just finished a hilarious series 'The Old Guys.'
I do hope your present confinement doesn't rule out the Hebrides. I don't know if it will work in cyber space but I could always make my boys better by laying my hands on where-ever. so catch this...

Keith: right Monkey!

Daphne Wayne-Bough said...

Pat, never drink whilst watching Comic Relief. Several years ago I got quite carried away after three quarters of a bottle of Chardonnay and some hilarious sketches, and pledged £50 by phone. The very next day it was revealed that Comic Relief money was being given to bogus asylum seekers.

I have felt no compunction to give money to charity since I took in the lodger. He has become my cause celebre.

Shelby said...

maybe try the history channel :)

Eryl Shields said...

Not going barmy, ma darlin'

R. Sherman said...

You should start worrying if you don't express emotion once in awhile.

Cheers.

PI said...

Daphne: re giving - I always give myself time to cool down - never do it on the phone and usually end up sending a cheque - most often to Red Cross, Sally Army, Alzheimer's etc.

Shelby: I do I do:)

Eryl: now look here - I'm just not getting enough respect around here!

Randall: no probs - sunshine and showers toujours ici.

Jimmy Bastard said...

Caught.. and with grateful thanks.

; )

PI said...

Jimmy: there now you'll soon be better.

john.g. said...

What do you mean....going?
*scarpers*

PI said...

John.g: what have I done to deserve you lot!

sablonneuse said...

If you're going barmy then so am I, because I loved it as well!
However, I agree with Scarlet-blue that Rob Mitchell was extremely good and deserves to win - if only because of his legs. . . . . .

PI said...

Sandy: oh now I think I know. I saw a brief snatch of someone and I wasn't sure who he was - he looked stunning.