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    It's not just the ladies who look different off-screen. Check out Dan Stevens as he was as Matthew, and now!

    Matthew.jpg

    Here's the article, for those who (like me) can hardly believe their eyes.

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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by AZChristian View Post
    It's not just the ladies who look different off-screen. Check out Dan Stevens as he was as Matthew, and now!

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    Here's the article, for those who (like me) can hardly believe their eyes.
    Personally I prefer the Matthew look but then I've got a thing for blond men (the exception being Maks Love your avatar of course.)
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    I thought he was a little too "pretty" as Matthew. I'm liking the "bad boy" vibe from the newer picture.
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    I'm with you, AZC, I never really found Matthew all that attractive. I like Dan the way he is now MUCH better!
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by AZChristian View Post
    It's not just the ladies who look different off-screen. Check out Dan Stevens as he was as Matthew, and now!

    Attachment 28875

    Here's the article, for those who (like me) can hardly believe their eyes.
    I would've never believed it was the same guy so I appreciate the link along with the pic. He must've dropped goo-gobs of weight for his face to thin out so much.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by AZChristian View Post
    It's not just the ladies who look different off-screen. Check out Dan Stevens as he was as Matthew, and now!

    Attachment 28875

    Here's the article, for those who (like me) can hardly believe their eyes.
    I can't decide which look I like better. It's like looking at two totally different but very attractive guys.

    Apparently, the rest of the world is just a divided. The online poll regarding the looks is split almost down the middle at 47 to 53 percent.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by Miss_Griss View Post
    I can't decide which look I like better. It's like looking at two totally different but very attractive guys.

    Apparently, the rest of the world is just a divided. The online poll regarding the looks is split almost down the middle at 47 to 53 percent.
    That's it! It's like looking at two totally different but very attractive guys!!!!!!!
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Just a reminder. Mr. Selfridge begins on PBS tomorrow, Sunday, March 31..

    From the pbs.org Masterpiece Theatre site:

    Jeremy Piven (Entourage) stars in Mr. Selfridge as a wheeling-dealing American who shows early 1900s Londoners how to shop. Based on the life of colorfJul retail magnate Harry Gordon Selfridge, the new eight-part series is created by Emmy® Award-winning writer Andrew Davies(Pride and Prejudice, Bleak House). Also starring are Frances O’Connor (Madame Bovary), Aisling Loftus (Page Eight), Zoe Tapper (Zen), Amanda Abbington (Case Histories), and Samuel West (Any Human Heart).

    In Episode 1 of Mr. Selfridge, upstart American Harry Selfridge moves heaven and earth to build his visionary department store in London. But opening day is just the start of his retail revolution.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Click to see Spoiler:
    I didn't know that Mr. Selfridge was coming to Masterpiece Theater, so I watched the entire series on-line. This isn't exactly a spoiler but I thought, to be safe I'd put it into spoiler text. I just wanted to say that I don't particularly care for Jeremy Pivens and I had heard some negative comments about the Mr. Selfridge series, so I didn't think I was going to like it, and in fact, I didn't much care for the first episode. BUT, I'm so glad I watched the next one because it got much, much better, and by the end of the 2nd episode I was totally hooked. And I think that all in all, the series ended up being very enjoyable, and I'm so glad I stuck with it! And by the way, by the end, I thought that Jeremy Pivens actually had been really well cast in this role because he was the perfect "Mr. Selfridge."

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    I am really looking forward to the new season of Call The Midwife which starts tonight, also. I just finished watching the 7 episodes the last season this morning, and have gotten all caught up in the story. The acting and writing are superb!
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