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June 15, 2010


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Hooray! Splendid result. I can't wait for the icons.

I love the moment in Mutual Friend when John has just had his bawling out by the Boffins, and Bella comes to his defense, and they meet in the doorway, and one of them kisses the other's cheek or forehead or something. That's lovely.

And of course we have to have the shot when Arthur carries a fainting Little Dorrit out of the Marshalsea to the carriage!

She can visit my site for DC screencaps, if she needs them. :)

I'll pass all of these along. Nina, do you have a preferred adaptation or adaptations of DC?

I prefer the Hallmark adaptation, but the only gallery I've found doesn't have a ton of David/Agnes images. She might find something she could use, though!

In the next few days, I'll also open some more galleries for the 1986 and 1974 adaptations if she can hold off for a few days!

Kinda surprised that John and Bella made it to second place! I'm glad Bella became a nicer person, but I think it's a little creepy how John kept following her around. :P I mean, if I didn't know that he was John Harmon, I'd have been more than a little concerned.

I just noticed the wisteria in that picture of David and's beautiful! The Hallmark version has lovely sets.

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I didn't notice that with John/Bella, but I do see that with Eugene/Lizzie - I can't stand that couple (wow Lizzie...lucky you?)!

And BTW, when are we going to have our creepiest couple poll? *grin*

Well, you have to admit Eugene turned out all right in the end, even though it took a bash on the head! :-) (Christy and I were just talking about this the other day.) Creepiest couple poll will be along soon . . .

I just have to say, I can see Eugene's attractiveness, myself.

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