So have any of you been catching the Masterpiece Theater of "Little Dorritt" by BBC? Sooo good. I crave each Sunday when one more of it's five parts is added to my DVR. Apparently, it was book first written by this author named Charles Dickens. But seriously, if you're not into the BBC Masterpiece Classics, you should be. For the following reasons:
  • I think they're aired on you local PBS station so they're easily accessible to every one.
  • If you're like me and haven't read many classics, these movies are here to inform you of such famous plots and perhaps even interest you enough to read them...perhaps.
  • They have great actors with great acting skills, like Matthew Macfayden or Colin Firth
  • Granted some stories are better than others, but the good ones are really good.
  • They have interesting little bios about the author at the beginning of each part given elusively by Laura Linney or Gillian Anderson. I like their elusivness.
I haven't had time to watch the 4th installment of Little Dorritt yet, (aired last night). But I may wait until part 5 airs this Sunday and spoil myself with a back to back finale. P.S. Sorry about my wonky formatting right now. I FINALLY figured out how to add a third column but haven't had the time yet to update my layout. What good is a third column, if you're not going to use it, right? Will update soon.


  1. Sounds like a fabulous book/movie. I just got done reading then watching Jane Eyre. Verrrry good.

  2. Hey Jazz!
    When do you guys move back to UT?