History Funny / Persuasion

29th Mar '17 5:36:34 PM eowynjedi
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\n* Admiral Croft confesses to Anne that he's made one or two changes to the decorating in Kellynch... namely, he's had the four walls of mirrors moved out of the bedroom because he was getting rather unsettled having to stare at himself ''all the time''.

26th Mar '17 7:38:33 PM eowynjedi
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* And from that scene, the way Wentworth's smile [[TheUnsmile freezes on his face]] at that response, which is paired with Harville looks at him with a much less-restrained expressions that screams "WTF?"
12th Feb '16 11:03:20 AM GothicProphet
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-->'''Sir Walter''': ''[to Wentworth]'' Anne? You want to marry ''Anne''? ...Whatever for?

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-->'''Sir Walter''': ''[to Wentworth]'' Anne? You want to marry ''Anne''? ...Whatever for?for?
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15th Jan '16 1:50:14 PM eowynjedi
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* When she visits the Musgroves, Anne sits quietly as every member of the household--her sister, Charles, Mrs. Musgrove, Henrietta, and Louisa--talks her ear off with complaints about whichever member of the family she was previously listening to.
27th Mar '13 8:33:16 PM XFllo
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!!From the book:
* The description from Chapter 6 of the deceased Richard Musgrove, which was nothing more nor less at the time than a riff on 'Dick' being a low-class nickname... and is now a good example of HaveAGayOldTime.
-->''"[Richard] had, in fact... been nothing better than a thick-headed, unfeeling, unprofitable Dick Musgrove, who had never done any thing to entitle himself to more than the abbreviation of his name, living or dead."''


!!From the adaptations:
27th Nov '12 4:33:31 AM 05tele
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* In the 1995 BBC version, Corin Redgrave's performance as Sir Walter was hilarious, dropped r's and all. Doubles as a CastingGag because Corin Redgrave was a very active left-wing political activist playing an UpperClassTwit.

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* In the 1995 BBC version, Corin Redgrave's performance as Sir Walter was hilarious, dropped r's and all. Doubles as a CastingGag because Corin Redgrave was a very active left-wing political activist playing an UpperClassTwit.UpperClassTwit.
-->'''Sir Walter''': ''[to Wentworth]'' Anne? You want to marry ''Anne''? ...Whatever for?
27th Nov '12 4:29:11 AM 05tele
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* In the 1995 BBC version, Corin Redgrave's performance as Sir Walter was hilarious, dropped r's and all. Doubles as a CastingGag because Corin Redgrave was a very active left-wing political activist playing an UpperClassTwit.
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