AbjectAdmirer

No better than she should be

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abjectadmirer:

Right, so as BD says:
britishdetectives:

Michael Kitchen as DCS Foyle assumes the pose, chews his cheek and reviews lines.

Granted, the hand is delving into his left pocket, as per normal, but hang on… what the devil’s bouncing down the other trouser leg?  I’d hate him to miss a line, or anything.
britishdetectives said: 

Wouldn’t the poor man have jock itch on his ankles?

Indeed, that seems to be where the budgie is heading.
wolseley37 said: 

That’s clearly his new 1945 iPhone Victory. You can see the two bottom edges as it’s jostled against his thigh. Only the best up-to-date tech for this ‘tec.

If that’s an iPhone, I’m a Dutch cap.

Reblogging for the iPhone theory. And Foyle’s “bottom edge”.

abjectadmirer:

Right, so as BD says:

britishdetectives:

Michael Kitchen as DCS Foyle assumes the pose, chews his cheek and reviews lines.

Granted, the hand is delving into his left pocket, as per normal, but hang on… what the devil’s bouncing down the other trouser leg?  I’d hate him to miss a line, or anything.

britishdetectives said: 

Wouldn’t the poor man have jock itch on his ankles?

Indeed, that seems to be where the budgie is heading.

wolseley37 said: 

That’s clearly his new 1945 iPhone Victory. You can see the two bottom edges as it’s jostled against his thigh. Only the best up-to-date tech for this ‘tec.

If that’s an iPhone, I’m a Dutch cap.

Reblogging for the iPhone theory. And Foyle’s “bottom edge”.

Filed under Michael Kitchen iPhone Victory DCS Foyle

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The Machiavellian mind of britishdetectives at work, folks. She gives this question to a Foyle/Sam shipper. Seriously?

wolseley37 said: 

For that last one, there are smile-ier moments from both scenes to choose from - they both look rather too guilty or regretful for MY Taste! :oD

That’s not regret, it’s exhaustion.

wolseley37, well if we are to believe fanfiction they both know he got her instantly knocked up and they are both a bit apprehensive about impending parenthood.

There you go, wolseley37 :o)

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britishdetectives:

Foyle raises his voice in the pilot episode to warn Sam to “get down.” She manages to coax a smile out of him before the day is over though.

Marks the end of the Phoney War, and Hastings learns the stark reality of aerial warfare. Foyle, of course, has dodged some missiles in the Trenches, in his day, so picking bits of ceiling plaster off his hat won’t faze him.

Filed under Michael Kitchen Honeysuckle Weeks The German Woman Foyle's War

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Anonymous asked: If they were to make a spinoff of Foyle's War with Christopher Foyle as a young man (like Endeavour to Inspector Morse) would you watch it? I think that might be quite interesting.

britishdetectives:

Sure Anon. My dad always said you should try everything once, except incest and folk dancing. I’d give Detective Constable Foyle a try, so to speak.

Well, they could do worse than make this. With Andrew Scott as a young Foyle. However, I still have hopes of a series of Foyle set in later life, where he’s living in retirement in Hastings.

Filed under Foyle The Prequel The Sequel

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Anonymous asked: I would say stop having a good grope DCS Foyle but he appears to be hanging the other way *winkwinknudgenudge*

vagabondtrousers:

abjectadmirer:

vagabondtrousers:

britishdetectives:

Oh Anon, I’m not so sure. Stay tuned to this blog. abjectadmirer is on the case.

I disagree, anon. As we all know, he’s a lefty.

Not this time, he ain’t. It’s as plain as the beak on yer budgie.

I respectfully beg to disagree.

He’d be a HUGE star (no pun intended) in a different kind of film genre altogether were that the case….

The Dirk Diggler of Detectivedom, you mean, vt? Wull, I think it’s a no-brainer. There’s a bratwurst in his pocket, and it’s pleased to see you.

Filed under DCS Foyle Dirk Diggler Bratwurst Mustard

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Right, so as BD says:
britishdetectives:

Michael Kitchen as DCS Foyle assumes the pose, chews his cheek and reviews lines.

Granted, the hand is delving into his left pocket, as per normal, but hang on… what the devil’s bouncing down the other trouser leg?  I’d hate him to miss a line, or anything.
britishdetectives said: 

Wouldn’t the poor man have jock itch on his ankles?

Indeed, that seems to be where the budgie is heading.
wolseley37 said: 

That’s clearly his new 1945 iPhone Victory. You can see the two bottom edges as it’s jostled against his thigh. Only the best up-to-date tech for this ‘tec.

If that’s an iPhone, I’m a Dutch cap.

Right, so as BD says:

britishdetectives:

Michael Kitchen as DCS Foyle assumes the pose, chews his cheek and reviews lines.

Granted, the hand is delving into his left pocket, as per normal, but hang on… what the devil’s bouncing down the other trouser leg?  I’d hate him to miss a line, or anything.

britishdetectives said: 

Wouldn’t the poor man have jock itch on his ankles?

Indeed, that seems to be where the budgie is heading.

wolseley37 said: 

That’s clearly his new 1945 iPhone Victory. You can see the two bottom edges as it’s jostled against his thigh. Only the best up-to-date tech for this ‘tec.

If that’s an iPhone, I’m a Dutch cap.

Filed under Michael Kitchen DCS Foyle Reviewing his lines

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dancesabove:

cmee57:

ohrobbybaby:

”[…] Fred Astaire is all about sex, really - the kind women most dream of. He had a way of seeming as if he were trying to please his partner as much as himself, an intensely ardent and affectionate way of looking at her. He also was forceful and gentle at the same time; he dominated without being domineering about it and the result was unique […]” (x)

Oh yeah!!

Hey, Mel ! Didja know that I wrote that?   : D

http://www.brattleblog.brattlefilm.org/2009/02/09/a-sex-symbol-named-fred-top-hat-402/

Before Mr K came along, there was Mr. A…

Let’s hear it for dancesabove's previous squeeze!

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