sincerelyrobink:

Well that’s it.  Completely died.

So… do we reckon Timothy is actually wearing his father’s coat from THAT road scene?

Tumblr has put me in a Turnadette state of mind…

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Catching Their Breath

plumandfinch:

The first time they touched, really touched, after they were Patrick and Shelagh, he came around to the passenger door in the mist-turned-rain and helped her out of the car.

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greetingsdr:

Um yeah, I got a bit carried away last night.



I love how you got carried away so you drew the moment just before Shelagh got carried away…

greetingsdr:

Um yeah, I got a bit carried away last night.

I love how you got carried away so you drew the moment just before Shelagh got carried away…

on-the-right-road:

this-unruly-heart:

ctmsundays:

boogieordie:

Hey, you two, Timothy is right next to you! And Shelagh, you’re holding a baby! 

Take it down a notch. 

I say take it up a notch ;-)

I suspect that “Oh, I think we’ll be all right” is code for “we are immensely sexually compatible and have been screwing like bunnies”, but maybe that’s just in my headcanon.

Heretoforth (is that a real word or did I just make it up?), I will always think of this look as them ‘making bunny eyes’ at each other… and yes, my headcanon also says there is a STRONG undercurrent of sexytimes in Patrick’s words, hence Shelagh blushing adorably.

A Step Forward

plumandfinch:

It was Timothy who found it, the worn, dust covered bear. He froze, heart dully beating in his ears and Shelagh, noticing the way his face had paled then reddened all at once, padded over. “Timmy?” she ventured softly. “I forgot”, he breathed, “It was Mum’s.”

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sincerelyrobink:

this-unruly-heart:

this-unruly-heart:

my-little-yellowbird:

on-the-right-road:

Here’s Laura Main’s DM interview inexpertly stitched together if anyone wants to see it in its original form…
Angela / Alice sounds adorable. Can’t wait to see scenes of Timothy playing big brother to a baby sister - especially if something she does causes him to screw up his face or roll his eyes.

Thanks for posting! 

Okay, my fellow timeline aficionados, here we go… Near the end of this article, the writer says Laura is halfway through filming the series and filming the Christmas Special now.
Given that journalists have gotten Laura’s age wrong from the beginning and the actors themselves can’t remember some of their scenes, I’m taking it with the teensy-tiniest grain of salt.
But the reference *could* explain why baby Alice is 8 months old — because she’s in scenes beyond the CS — and this little sprog is 3 months old.
I wonder if they shoot all the baby scenes early in the schedule?

Bloody hell, forget I said anything. “This little sprog” is *also* Alice, now identified as 3 months old in this article but by Laura this week as 8 months old…
My observation re: journalism and actors gotchas still applies.

I think one of the things that has to be remembered is that television shows and movies aren’t generally filmed exactly in the order in which they air.  So they could very well have shot the early scenes of the CS with tiny Alice and then waited to complete the episode — shooting other parts of other episodes — so that they could use the same baby when she was a few months older.  Yeah, the timeline is weird and they might be guessing a bit off, but it’s not unusual for actors to begin filming episodes other than the first one that will be aired.
Now: are we gonna talk about Main and McGlynns being in State Fair together? Because my heart may have just exploded.



To be (State) Fair, we don’t know when this interview took place and I think filming started in May which was… 3 months ago, so baby Alice should only be SIX months old now if the interview took place not long after filming began. I think I give up trying to make sense of it too!

sincerelyrobink:

this-unruly-heart:

this-unruly-heart:

my-little-yellowbird:

on-the-right-road:

Here’s Laura Main’s DM interview inexpertly stitched together if anyone wants to see it in its original form…

Angela / Alice sounds adorable. Can’t wait to see scenes of Timothy playing big brother to a baby sister - especially if something she does causes him to screw up his face or roll his eyes.

Thanks for posting! 

Okay, my fellow timeline aficionados, here we go… Near the end of this article, the writer says Laura is halfway through filming the series and filming the Christmas Special now.

Given that journalists have gotten Laura’s age wrong from the beginning and the actors themselves can’t remember some of their scenes, I’m taking it with the teensy-tiniest grain of salt.

But the reference *could* explain why baby Alice is 8 months old — because she’s in scenes beyond the CS — and this little sprog is 3 months old.

I wonder if they shoot all the baby scenes early in the schedule?

Bloody hell, forget I said anything. “This little sprog” is *also* Alice, now identified as 3 months old in this article but by Laura this week as 8 months old…

My observation re: journalism and actors gotchas still applies.

I think one of the things that has to be remembered is that television shows and movies aren’t generally filmed exactly in the order in which they air.  So they could very well have shot the early scenes of the CS with tiny Alice and then waited to complete the episode — shooting other parts of other episodes — so that they could use the same baby when she was a few months older.  Yeah, the timeline is weird and they might be guessing a bit off, but it’s not unusual for actors to begin filming episodes other than the first one that will be aired.

Now: are we gonna talk about Main and McGlynns being in State Fair together? Because my heart may have just exploded.

To be (State) Fair, we don’t know when this interview took place and I think filming started in May which was… 3 months ago, so baby Alice should only be SIX months old now if the interview took place not long after filming began. I think I give up trying to make sense of it too!

Here’s Laura Main’s DM interview inexpertly stitched together if anyone wants to see it in its original form…

Angela / Alice sounds adorable. Can’t wait to see scenes of Timothy playing big brother to a baby sister - especially if something she does causes him to screw up his face or roll his eyes.

Here’s Laura Main’s DM interview inexpertly stitched together if anyone wants to see it in its original form…

Angela / Alice sounds adorable. Can’t wait to see scenes of Timothy playing big brother to a baby sister - especially if something she does causes him to screw up his face or roll his eyes.

Destroy the idea that men should respect women because we are their daughters, mothers, and sisters. Reinforce the idea that men should respect women because we are people. — (via branchesnroots)

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nonsolokawaii:

Booboo and her friends =^_^= | via

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Love this image of Laura Main watching her first scene with baby Angela (courtesy of her appearance on Good Morning Britain today).

Interesting snippet: the tot who plays Angela is called Alice and she’s now 8 months old. I guess that means the Christmas Special / Series 4 picks up a few moths after the end of S3…

Love this image of Laura Main watching her first scene with baby Angela (courtesy of her appearance on Good Morning Britain today).

Interesting snippet: the tot who plays Angela is called Alice and she’s now 8 months old. I guess that means the Christmas Special / Series 4 picks up a few moths after the end of S3…

Laura Main looking lovely on the Good Morning Britain sofa this morning.

sincerelyrobink:

The TV Choice Awards Twitter chat got me thinking about what Patrick & Shelagh’s reactions would be to computers and the internet…
Inspired by this picture.

sincerelyrobink:

The TV Choice Awards Twitter chat got me thinking about what Patrick & Shelagh’s reactions would be to computers and the internet…

Inspired by this picture.

In honour of the best of Turnadette days I have decided to update my avatar…