Kamis, 09 Desember 2010

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From what I understand, season five (5) of "Pie in the sky" is the last season for this great British series. After viewing Season five (5) of the series, the aforesaid fact saddens me a great deal because, per usual, this season has loads of gorgeous food for me to salivate over, wonderful mysteries that kept me guessing "who done it" combined with loads of humor that kept me laughing out loud.

Season five (5) on three (3) discs with eight (8) episodes is superbly directed and acted. Richard Griffiths as Henry Crabbe the proud and dedicated owner and chef of the restaurant "Pie in the Sky "plus being a very good detective solving heinous crimes is delightful in those dual roles in the series. Maggie Steed, as his accountant wife is wonderful supplying many very funny moments especially when she gets in the middle of one of Crabbe's crime cases as she does in this splendid Series five (5).

After viewing Series five (5) of "Pie in the Sky" I know that I will sorely miss this program. This season just reeked of good food, good mysteries and humor.
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7 komentar:

  1. Curtis Underwood21 Desember 2010 04.32

    I'm looking too purchase a telescope, my first one! I have a budget of around £100 as I want too get used too it all first and then look at spending more. I'm not sure what one too get as I find it all a bit confusing, any ideas what ones are good for that price range? Thank you

    BalasHapus
  2. Willard Harvey13 Oktober 2011 08.32

    there is no college to expand your knowledge about astronomy and do you think it is possible for someone like me to be an astronomer i am only 14 years old and i really love astronomy

    BalasHapus
  3. I am interested in finding out more about space and the universe however where do i find the most accurate information?

    BalasHapus
  4. Esperanza Ellison12 Oktober 2012 07.32

    I want to read Twilight series to my eight year old sister. But I wonder is she the right age to read Twilight, because I am thinking about the scene in the thrid book where Bella wants to have sex with Edward, she knows about sex already. I just thinking it a good idea to read Twilight to her? She love romance stories, I try to read her Harry Potter didn't like it.

    BalasHapus
  5. I recently received my Orion XT8, 8" reflector and so far I've seen Saturn and Mars. Now I would like some other objects to find such as binary pairs, Messier objects, etc. What are some good things to look at this time of the year?

    BalasHapus
  6. There are many, many stars I view every night, but what can I learn from viewing the stars? What can make it more fun? Thanks.

    BalasHapus
  7. Daniel Cochran17 Oktober 2013 11.32

    does anyone know of a web site or can tell me about things in nature i can use. i live in northeast ohio and want to live off the land as much as possible but i don't really know how.

    BalasHapus