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Originally Posted by il editore View Post

loved it, but i'm slightly prejudiced since I am the editor on that episode.

Really? Great job man. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #257 of 347

I thought the ending left me bland 

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I thought the ending left me bland 

How so?
post #259 of 347

The whole sawk relieve to see cary could've concluded better. There wasn't any umph that led me looking forward for next season. But hey, that's just me.

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Saul***
post #261 of 347

Yes yes 

post #262 of 347

An amazing show with great acting and characters. I am always on the fence about Carey but I've finally decided - she's hot.

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Carrie***
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What's with you correcting people? 

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Did anyone else know Brody was British?
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Yeah, the first few episodes I was trying to think of why I recognized him and it was driving me crazy. He was Boremont in Your Highness.
post #267 of 347
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Did anyone else know Brody was British?

I knew this because of Band of Brothers. I just saw Parade's End (BBC miniseries) and realized that Al Capone from Boardwalk Empire is also British (he's also in BoB). A lot of these guys were in BoB because it was filmed in England and I remember reading they had a quota of British actors they to meet. Damien Lewis, Stephen Graham, Simon Pegg, James McAvoy, the guy who plays Moriarty in Sherlock (who I just looked up and is actually Irish). Every time I watch that series I recognize someone else who's gone on to other high profile projects.
post #268 of 347
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

I knew this because of Band of Brothers. I just saw Parade's End (BBC miniseries) and realized that Al Capone from Boardwalk Empire is also British (he's also in BoB). A lot of these guys were in BoB because it was filmed in England and I remember reading they had a quota of British actors they to meet. Damien Lewis, Stephen Graham, Simon Pegg, James McAvoy, the guy who plays Moriarty in Sherlock (who I just looked up and is actually Irish). Every time I watch that series I recognize someone else who's gone on to other high profile projects.

Watch This is England with Stephen Graham if you get a chance. He's really great in it.
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Did anyone else know Brody was British?

Rupert Friend who plays Quinn is British and also the actor who plays Estes as well.

A lot of British actors playing Americans have infiltrated American TV.
post #270 of 347
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Rupert Friend who plays Quinn is British and also the actor who plays Estes as well.

A lot of British actors playing Americans have infiltrated American TV.

Somehow they nail the US accent, but doesn't seem to work the other way around.

I was blown away when I heard Idris Elba interviewed, he was in The Wire as Stringer Bell. I would have bet my house he grew up in a ghetto and was using it for the role. He remarked that he hid the fact he was British in the audition and they had no clue.
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