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The production of Charles Dickens' novel starts tonight at BBC1. Will you watch it? It's got Gillian Anderson. :pumpkin4: I got my VCR all set and ready to go! :swingin:

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I knew this was on! But I got distracted and only remembered about half way through.

Anyway, I was only going to watch with the sound turned down, except for when Gillian was on, because I think she's an amazing actress. I don't actually want to watch the episodes for themselves. I read Bleak House way too young - I think I was about 8 or 9 years old - which is probably the worst age to read a book like that. *shudder*

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Nuts I saw that it was on whilst I was watching the Bill! I didn't realise it had Gillian Anderson in.

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I only realized it was Ms. Anderson tonight as I watched it! And it was great to see her in action again. She was fantastic. The entire production is fantastic! It is very dark, very believeable, very intense.

"Every painful moment in your life casts a shadow across your neurobiology. Until you exterminate these dark memories, you will remain in a negative groove. Thus, those who cannot forget their past, are condemned to repeat it." -- J. Onan Goopta

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Good to hear she's doing well!

Yes! And now, Gillian, please go to America, to FOX, do whatever you have to do :roedecker: and let them sign some papers for the second X-Files movie!!!

And before you start on it, lose your English accent. :tongue: Scully with a London accent would be funny though:

"Well, that just effing marvelous, isn't it, Mulder. I told you that the bloody truth was out there. Oh, Blimey. Bollocks, now I have to go to the lavvy..." :rofl:

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From the BBC website: https://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/t...dio/4384848.stm

6.6 million viewers, 28.9% audience share.

From one review: "Gillian Anderson was handsomely imperious as Lady Dedlock, her erect posture vying with her frock for creaking stiffness."

Libby

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LOL! More tea Vicar? :tongue:

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And before you start on it, lose your English accent. :tongue: Scully with a London accent would be funny though:

"Well, that just effing marvelous, isn't it, Mulder. I told you that the bloody truth was out there. Oh, Blimey. Bollocks, now I have to go to the lavvy..." :rofl:

:rofl::wtf::pumpkin4::signlol::c_laugh:

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