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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanny Mare View Post
    Chummy was at the service. I really enjoyed the show last night.
    I must have missed her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanny Mare View Post
    Chummy was at the service. I really enjoyed the show last night.
    Her husband explained that the baby was teething. I did not see that death coming. I actually cried when the mothers showed up to sing as his mother was not around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by libgirl2 View Post
    Her husband explained that the baby was teething. I did not see that death coming. I actually cried when the mothers showed up to sing as his mother was not around.
    Yes, I saw that part, then I saw her at the service. The choir had a beautiful sound, I also teared up
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    I loved Sister Julienne's response to Jenny about God not being in the event but being in the response. Lovely....
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    So maybe Delphine was currying Rose's favor to get to Harry . . . and she's a spy? She sure seems to have tossed Rose aside quite suddenly.
    I said right at the start that I don't like or trust Delphine one little bit. It looks like she's beginning to show her true colors, though we don't really know what they are yet.

    Glad to see Rose and Harry back together though I'm not at all certain how long that will last. I'm hoping that Lady Mae causes Loxley's downfall in a BIG way. I think Leclair is in for a whole lot of trouble, but I don't believe he's spying for the Germans. There's something else behind what he's doing that I think will take a few episodes to be revealed. I'm also eager to see Thackery get booted out the door, tush first.
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    I love the actress, Polly Walker, who plays Delphine, though. She was in the series, Rome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Punkin View Post
    I love the actress, Polly Walker, who plays Delphine, though. She was in the series, Rome.
    I agree, I think the actress does a very good job, and I could be totally wrong about her motives, too. It's her portrayal that made me suspicious in the first place, and that's a credit to Miss Walker. Viewers' eyes are definitely focused on her when she's on screen.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by Debb70 View Post
    Is the story of Jenny's boyfriend dying true to the books? If not, I'm little disappointed. Since Jenny was leaving the show anyway, why not just have her get married and move away with her new husband? I don't see the point of sending her off on such a tragic note, especially when her boyfriend was so charming and obviously in love with her.
    I don't know if her boyfriend's death is true to the books but I do know that he is not the man she married in real life.
    Click to see Spoiler:
    We briefly meet her future husband in a later episode
    . So I guess he would have been gotten "rid of" in some way - death, dumping, whatever - in the end anyhow. It was quite sad, however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Debb70 View Post
    ....Since Jenny was leaving the show anyway, why not just have her get married and move away with her new husband?....
    What? How could Jenny be leaving the show. Isn't the book centered around her character's memories? I don't want Jenny written off this show. I'm confused....and sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinderbox View Post
    What? How could Jenny be leaving the show. Isn't the book centered around her character's memories? I don't want Jenny written off this show. I'm confused....and sad.
    I am as well.

    I thought she was the one narrating it all I do like the spoiler CCL provided
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