Filming today on Washington Square N, Jim, Carrie Preston and the one and only Kevin Chapman.
I was told by one of the crew that this was E20, but I’m not sure.
EEP!!!! Grace! Please let her find out Harold’s alive please oh please oh please oh please oh PLEASE let her find out …
Jim tries to stop tears
Super Bowl Breakfast 2014
February 24, 2005The world breaks everyone,and afterward -many are strong at the broken places.
Merry Christmas, happy holidays to all Irrelevants all over the world.
Can we just talk about young Harold and his daddy for a second?
They could have gone so many ways with this. They could have made Harold resentful of his dad, because Harold had to stay with him and look after him more and more carefully. They could have made his dad resentful of Harold, for having a brilliant mind as opposed to his own weakening one, or just for being “different” from everyone else with his genius. They could have had Harold hate the farm life and be mad about that. They could have had him and his dad mad at each other for any or all of these reasons, and choking down their resentment to fulfill their obligations to each other.
Instead, we got this amazing dad, and we saw young Harold as this kind, loving son, with both of them willing to sacrifice everything for each other, and it was just so sweet … and wonderful … and …
I’m so happy that they did it this way.
(Thanks to gentle-liferuiner for the caps.)
I couldn’t see the book Root was reading, but the books on the table are …
- Freedom by William Safire (on the Civil War)
- The Year of the Barricades: A Journey through 1968 by David Caute
- The Secret War — I can’t make out the author’s name
Apparently Root was in a revolutionary mood. No good can come of this …
(Thanks to multiprises for the screencap.)
ETA: @pediaofinterest, on Twitter, informs me that The Secret War is by Francis Russell. Many thanks for the help with that!