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            Wednesday, March 11, 2015


Taking tips from some of y'all I decided to give  BBC's LUTHER a try after we ran out of streaming Broadchurch*.   I have no shame when it comes to naming something the best ever, so I will do it again.  This is the best series ever.   Here's the categories that LUTHER excels in:

  • Best psychopathic villainy ever in a continuing series.  I mean skin crawl creepy.  One of them, Alice, who is introduced in episode one, killed her parents and their dog, and successfully matches wits with Luther.  As the series progresses Alice more or less takes on the roll of White Collar's man Mozzy.  A Fixer.   I have to admit that straightaway I am way drawn to Alice, creepiness and all.
  • Best television script iconoclasticism, so to speak. By that I mean that us viewers have over the years come to anticipate and accept certain script formulae.  Like, you do not begin a television series called Luther, and then kill Luther in the first episode.  They did not do that here, but one gets the impression someone brought it up at a writers meeting.  Nothing is sacred.  Nothing.
I see that FOX is/has adapted this to an American version.  Without seeing it, I feel quite comfortable saying it sucks.

  We watched epiode one of the new series, reputed to be horrible, and found it not.

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The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."

Idris Elba (Luther) was being mentioned a few weeks back as a possibility for the new James Bond. Got a lot of positive feedback. I could see him being a much better Bond than a girly man like Pierce Brosnan.
Give "Murdoch Mysteries" a try. Our hero is a Catholic detective is 1890's Montreal. I enjoy the historical figures he gets to meet (Tesla, A.C. Doyle, Churchill, etc.)

And I have a mad crush on Dr. Ogden, a truly liberated woman.
Ruth Wilson (Alice) is the best. I totally have the hots for her.
Esteve, are you saying "Able was I ere I saw Elba"?

Phil N. LeBlanc
"Murdoch Mysteries" in Mon Ree All?
Surely you mean Hogtown(Taranta)...
Next season of Broadchurch is now on BBC America. Haven't sampled it yet, saving it on DVR for a binge.

jd, I lost your e-mail (and phone #)... please ...
"Idris Elba (Luther) was being mentioned a few weeks back as a possibility for the new James Bond."

Yeah, they fired the stupid female head of Sony pictures over that. "The name is Bond, Jocomo Bond".

Yeah, I got "filmed in" confused with "set in".


I hate this advancing decripitude...
Iri, in the modern era there are no rules in the entertainment biz. Male super heroes become homosexuals or women. A black James Bond is not a stretch. In fact a Jane Bond would be no surprise.
"there are no rules in the entertainment"

There must be because Rush dissed her for it and five minutes later she was just a bad mammary at Sony. Silly beoch.

There are rules and these mofo's better start remembering them.
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