OH, YES! I may love his voice even more than his charming good looks and personality. I fell for him in the TV series Northern Exposure. He played the radio guy in a small town in Alaska. The series was actually filmed in Washington state I think in the 80's. You would love that series. Check your library system and see if it is available. The town is full of the quirkiest characters I've ever fell in love with.My mother, friend and I are hooked on the Auzzie McLouds Daughters series. We order a new 4 episode CD continually. We are now in the 8th season. Not as good as it used to be, but I love that show.
I'll check out Northern Exposure, Judy. Lizzy - glad my choice meets with your approval too :o)I 'met' him in My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
I loved Northern Exposure. I think it is from the 90s....John also starred in a very funny movie, My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
Oo! John Corbett! What a lovely piece of beefcake!
David Laws, I have no idea who you are, but you must stop using my friend Yorkshire Pudding's internet connection. Your 'signature' visit gives you away, and I'm sure he would be highly displeased if he found out.YP - You should put a password on your wireless internet connection, people in the street are using it.Unless of course you were entertaining a Mr Laws and he slipped into your office and used your computer. In which case that might explain some of that dubious search history you mentioned.
Thanks for warning me Katherine. This David Laws fellow is probably the same one who recently had to resign from the British government because of an expenses scandal that was woven in with him being "outed" as a homosexual. He'd been Chief Secretary to the Treasury for just three weeks! Now the damnable bounder is messing with my blog and using my internet connectivity! I can hardly believe it!
Shocking things happen everywhere, YP. Sounds like he is short of money. That would explain it. It's probably him sitting in that wee van that's been outside your front gate the last couple of days, tapping your internet supply.
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