Reblogged for all of you who miss Emily as much as I do.
Here’s a little something to celebrate 100 posts on this, the new version of the old blog, to thank SO MUCH all of my lovely followers new and old, and to acknowledge — as I like to do on a regular basis — Peter’s just amazing dance skills that I know we all hope to see much much MUCH more of in the future.
So a thousand times Whoo Hoo!
In this super in-depth and candid interview, Josh Robert Thompson, the man who voices and puppeteers Craig’s robot skeleton sidekick on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” speaks about his chemistry with Craig, his growing responsibilities on the show, and the struggles that come with viewers not being able to match a face with a voice. He also speaks about what the future holds when The Late Late Show ends.
Or you can find it on iTunes
After the fall, Jim suffers from brain damage. The personalities amid him conflict; and he finds himself burrowing into the character of Richard Brook. Sebastian Moran, loyal as ever, swears to continue to protect the man - but slowly starts to lose his patience when he realises his boss might have disappeared forever. It becomes evident, however, that this isn’t the case. ‘Jim’ is still there. And with him, his memories.
Peter Capaldi - The Sunday Times photoshoot
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