February 20th
9:57 PM



Tom Hiddleston in Return to Cranford Part II

My ramen haired angel

February 14th
12:22 PM


guess who rewatched north and south last night

Happy V-Day! From one thorny rose to another!

February 13th
10:07 PM

Over a year ago I thought it might be a good idea to recap Downton Abbey after a white russian (or two) on a monday night. It wasn’t a good idea and obviously I never continued with this series. Enough time has passed since then that I thought it might be enjoyable for the few of you who have been kind enough to stick around.

So, without further adieu, I present to you: Masterpiece of Ass’ Recap of Downtown Abbey Season 2(?) Episode Sex Six.

p.s. i realize how ridic that shirt is now thank you and goodnight.

9:42 PM

a message from gottatap

I miss you!! Come back to me!! You are too wonderful and I don't want to say goodbye!!! Your absence leaves a sorrowful emptiness in my now melancholy days and I suffer from sleepless nights as I remember fondly your posts of old... OH TO SEE YOU BLOGGING AGAIN! *dramatic sigh*


September 12th
10:08 PM


For your reference, Blake Ritson as Mr Elton (top three pictures) and Rupert Evans as Frank Churchill (bottom three pictures).

September 7th
8:30 PM


Rob James-Collier as Thomas Barrow (Downton Abbey S4)

September 6th
8:25 PM

Hercule Poirot gets new lease of life, 38 years after being killed off

Belgian detective who met his end in Curtain to follow in footsteps of Bond and Holmes after Agatha Christie estate commissions Sophie Hannah to write new Poirot novel

And Vulture has some suggestions. Besides Dujardin as Poirot in the dream PBS reboot, I’d personally like to see Matt Smith as a potential “Langley”. I mean, he’s free now right?

August 6th
7:16 PM



forever and ever amen.

July 19th
8:30 PM
July 17th
10:26 PM

That list did remind me to update my tracked tags to include the ADORABLE George Rainsford. Welcome aboard, you fine masterpiece of ass!

9:50 PM

The 22 All-Time Hottest Hunks Of PBS

"I have seen a great many lists at various times of [men] that she meant to "read" regularly through — and very good lists they were — very well chosen, and very neatly arranged — sometimes alphabetically, and sometimes by some other rule…But any list that snubs cravats is not a list worth studying"-Jane Austen(ish)

July 16th
9:39 PM

Carla’s Favourite TV Characters 

L Mr. Knightly (Emma - 2009)

"How pleasant to be absent, but in the hearts of everyone."

July 15th
8:32 PM
u no it.

u no it.

July 9th
10:12 PM


Arthur Clenham, also known as my favorite hero not in an Austen adaptation