Tuesday, 25 January 2011

I Was Wrong

Never thought I'd live to see the day when I'd admit such a thing. (And of course, if it was anything important, I probably wouldn't)
In the wee small hours of this morning I had a bit of a rant - a tantrum if you like about the removal of one of  my favourite actors from the BBC's Silent Witness.  "As this is not science-fiction" I said, "it is unlikely they will ressurect the character".  Well, tonight they did just that.  In a very unlikely storyline they reproduced the black-eyed Tom Ward like a magician with a rabbit from a hat.  Oddly enough, I feel less pleased than I'd expected.  Whether because of the implausibility of the story, or more likely, because I hate being wrong!
Earlier, as though someone really 'had it in for me' another favourite actor, this time the delectable Robert Powell resigned from his post in Holby City.  He also, in case anyone in the world hasn't noticed, has truly beautiful (this time blue) eyes.
Men we are told, admire other aspects of the female of the species, me, I like eyes.  Not exclusively you understand, I wouldn't want them on a plate, however well cooked, but for me "the eyes have it".
Holby City will now lose much of its appeal for me.
Can hardly wait to see what tomorrow brings!


  1. Oops - I haven't yet seen either Silent Witness or Holby City. They are recorded on the planner. Can't wait!

  2. Sorry Freda. Hope I haven't spoilt them for you.
    Some time I must learn to think before I blog!