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    Re: Hell on Wheels

    I loved the ending. He realized Mei was the love of his life and that's where he wanted to be - with her. Anson Mount is so underrated probably because he is not a movie star. He is an actor - period! He doesn't run around with starlets and keeps his personal life personal. He is beautiful to look at and stunning to watch. He can say more with his face and just a few words than most actors (at least IMO). I'm sorry to see the end, but it was time.
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    Re: Hell on Wheels

    Well done.
    Well said.
    I am so glad they left each character's future to our on individual imaginations.
    I'm going to miss my Saturday TV date with Anson Mount.
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    Re: Hell on Wheels

    Quote Originally Posted by inthegarden View Post
    Well done.
    Well said.
    I am so glad they left each character's future to our on individual imaginations.
    I'm going to miss my Saturday TV date with Anson Mount.
    I liked that they did that with his character and Eva. Both "rode off" into the sunset to a better life and left their old selves behind. Kind of a rebirth.

    Interestingly, I was reading up on Olive Oatman (the basis of Eva's character) and I did see she was also Mormon. Now she wasn't a working girl, but she did tour just like what they were trying to do to Eva.
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    Re: Hell on Wheels

    For anyone who's been missing a bit of Cullen Bohannon on their life, Anson Mount is now starring in ABC's Inhumans starting tonight. He's clean shaven and his hair is short, so it took me a second to recognize him - he looks VERY different without the familiar long hair and beard - but he's still got those dreamy eyes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical View Post
    For anyone who's been missing a bit of Cullen Bohannon on their life, Anson Mount is now starring in ABC's Inhumans starting tonight. He's clean shaven and his hair is short, so it took me a second to recognize him - he looks VERY different without the familiar long hair and beard - but he's still got those dreamy eyes!
    I heard that show is awful. Haven't seen it though. I miss HOW so much.
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    Re: Hell on Wheels

    It's not great, but I'm going to give it a chance anyway.
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    Re: Hell on Wheels

    Ditto. At least once --- if only for those electric eyes
    This week for me. Thanks for the heads-up.
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