Oh, all I can say now is YAWN. It never happened. It was never leaked. The BBC did very well of trying to make people believe it happened. But after a day, most ‘fans’ knew it had not happened. Because, if it was a real ‘leak’, it would have gotten out. But it didn’t. And so, that is how we know it was fake. No spoilers, no story points. NO NOTHING,
So, was a fun weak, but it is all over indulging a fantasy leak. The episode was not released early. The episode was not seen early. It was all balls. But………………that seems to be what they have to do know. Because the actual episodes are just not good enough to make us watch. They need better writing. Less bollocks.
And on all the of the internet no spoilers, reviews or photos were posted?
Well, good to see George is still gay and has not had it beaten out of him. Oh my, follow the link to see more…..
A topless painting of Bea Arthur is expected to fetch between $1.8-$2.5 million when it hits the auction block at the Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Sale in New York City tonight.
John Currin’s 1991 portrait, called “Bea Arthur Naked,” depicts Arthur around the time she starred as a middle-aged politically liberal suburban woman in the 1970s sitcom Maude. Derived from a photograph of a fully clothed Arthur, Currin — known for what art critic Peter Schjeldahl once called his “acrid fantasy portraits of menopausal women” – says he used artistic license to create the portrait of the actress in the flesh.
“I had a vision in my head of Bea Arthur, and I found a picture of her. I was going to put a scarf ensemble on her like that from her Maude days, and I drew the body just to drape it. It was then that I realized that the painting was fantastic as it was,” reads a quote from the artist in the Christie’s lot notes. “I loved being repelled by those two black eyes and falling back into these wonderful, soft breasts, which draw you back in.”