"Just resurrecting a weary stereotype for grins, Nan. : )"
@@@@ I knew that, Daividh. It just amused me to bust yer chops! :)
"There seemed to be no lack of earthy activity among the Brit immigrants in our family. Someday I'll get up enough nerve to write the book, but must always remember that these people hold grudges FOREVER."
@@@@ Yeah, but at least they're not all gay, having come from the U.K. Else you wouldn't be here now. ;)
"I've meant to have you ask your husband: after Emma bid John Steed goodbye upon her husband's miraculous return from the Amazon, who in the Peel family took over the leather catsuit?"
@@@@ Ain't tellin'. ;)
"(And while I'll NEVER disagree that Diana Rigg remains first in my heart from those days, I found NOTHING wrong with Barbara Eden either, even if she didn't kick butt. Right now I'm trying to picture Michelle Yeoh in a harem outfit and wondering if it would be a net improvement on Jeannie.)"
@@@@ Barbara Eden was a cool, pop culture goddess (even if the U.S. teevee censors wouldn't allow her to show her belly button in that harem costume of hers), but I always had a special fondness for Major Roger Healey. He was such a horn dog. :)
"You know, it's a shame that our culture puts such an emphasis on youth, because it short-changes those ladies over 55 who still retain a lot of allure. On the Brit side, both Diana Rigg and Judi Dench make MY list..."
@@@@ Maybe someday someone will make a collectible doll out of them. In the meantime, feast your eyes on this:http://www.collectibleshopping.com/barbie/2001/29913.shtml