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Dec 27 2013, 2:16am

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Dec 27 2013, 2:21am

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Thank you! // [In reply to] Can't Post


Captain Salt
Tol Eressea

Dec 27 2013, 2:26am

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Martin Freeman didn't get first billing in AUJ either... [In reply to] Can't Post

but interesting post nonetheless...he generally seems to echo many of the more recurrent takes on the new characters.

"Not tall, but broad and grim...wielding great axes. Out of some savage land in the wide East they come, we deem."

Grey Havens

Dec 27 2013, 11:23am

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Wow! [In reply to] Can't Post

"What a wasted opportunity: the great Stephen Fry given little to do and doing little with it. His sidekick does his best Uriah Heep, but that best is not good enough. Pity."
I agree that there should be more Master-stuff, but I think both Stephen Fry and Ryan Gage did an amazing job!

Vocalist in the progressive metal band 5 Minutes Late
and the progressive doom rock band Mater Thallium

Tol Eressea

Dec 27 2013, 4:19pm

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Same here... [In reply to] Can't Post

The Master and Alfrid were fine as they were, IMO.


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