A brilliant deduction, Tom.

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Heart and mind

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Being Human

It’s not dissatisfaction. It’s a feeling more akin to having been born in captivity. A seeping realisation that your dreams and ambitions are just too big, too rich for this domestic world.

Being Human

It’s not dissatisfaction. It’s a feeling more akin to having been born in captivity. A seeping realisation that your dreams and ambitions are just too big, too rich for this domestic world.

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pasiphile:

Fight or Die

pasiphile:

Fight or Die

Show No Mercy
pasiphile:

Hal, just … Hal

Show No Mercy

pasiphile:

Hal, just … Hal

halyorkes:

The War Child.

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Mr. Snow

There’s no shame in this. I want you to know that.

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‘Being Human’ über-baddie Mark Gatiss primes Entertainment Weekly for tonight’s finale
bbcamerica:


EW: Did you model him on a more traditional vampire?Mark Gatiss: No, Toby gave me this fantastic description. He just sent me a text that said, “Would you come and play the King Vampire?” I said yes immediately. Then, he sent me the script for episode 7, which is where we arrive right at the end, and I have that wonderful line, “Well, who’s hungry?” It said in the description that I am dark as the night and older than dirt. I loved that. Also, brilliantly, Toby said, “Let’s call him Mr. Snow,” as if he’s so impossibly old he doesn’t really have a name anymore. He forgot it a thousand years ago.

Read the entire EW interview here

‘Being Human’ über-baddie Mark Gatiss primes Entertainment Weekly for tonight’s finale

bbcamerica:

EW: Did you model him on a more traditional vampire?

Mark Gatiss: No, Toby gave me this fantastic description. He just sent me a text that said, “Would you come and play the King Vampire?” I said yes immediately. Then, he sent me the script for episode 7, which is where we arrive right at the end, and I have that wonderful line, “Well, who’s hungry?” It said in the description that I am dark as the night and older than dirt. I loved that. Also, brilliantly, Toby said, “Let’s call him Mr. Snow,” as if he’s so impossibly old he doesn’t really have a name anymore. He forgot it a thousand years ago.

Read the entire EW interview here

From the mouths of babes…

Everything is funnier with subtitles on.

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Every Saturday Night on BBC America

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