Please sit down for a little funny lesson. Let’s check Amanda’s Twitter. Oh. She had a funny tweet conversation with Simon Pegg. That’s funny.
'But…But no! She blamed the fandom because fan were doing this sort of jokes about her husband but her, she can do it bout benedict? What a bitch.'
Martin Freeman, on the set of Fargo
Martin Freeman, behind the scenes of Fargo
This conversation is important.
"I cry at RSPCA commercials on the telly," says Martin Freeman . "I think you just have to let it go."
"I saw ET and it made me cry for weeks. I was almost too moved."
"I think I was paralysed with emotion. I thought about it for weeks.
"The last time I saw it on telly I cried. I was watching with my three year-old son Joe, who had never seen it before. He couldn’t take his eyes off it. It was moving seeing it through his eyes."
On 17th October 2010 at 8PM BBC Radio 3 aired their adaptation of B.S. Johnson’s novel The Unfortunates. It was adapted by Graham White, directed by Mary Peate and starred Martin Freeman.
Haven’t listetned to this before! *leans back on couch*
You have an intermittent tremor in your left hand. Your therapist thinks it’s post-traumatic stress disorder. She thinks you’re haunted by memories of your military service. Fire her. She’s got it the wrong way round. You’re under stress right now and your hand is perfectly steady. You’re not haunted by the war, Doctor Watson … you miss it.
Q: I started dating a guy who’s really into soccer…
Fargo on Fx