Might be odd but all I could think about, seeing that beautiful penmanship on those ancient documents, was the lonely clerk who sat there recording it all. If not for his work, no one would have known anything. But his name will probably never be known.
That was some nice handwriting, wasn't it? We've seen some undecipherable stuff on the show, that that writing was quite readable.
Trisha and Christina's episodes are my favorites so far, but I'm really looking forward to Jim Parsons.
Trisha wearing those black and white pants and the red shirt in scenes in Georgia before and after the visit to England confirms that these people don't go back and forth. She did a good job, acting like the info was new to her. And she seems brighter than many of the others we've seen -- her observations were articulate and interesting.
I wish the show would do a behind the scenes. I'd like to know how those libraries and historical societies catalog documents so they can be located, and I'd like to know how they choose the celebrities. Do they get them on board and then do the research? Or do they do some research on a bunch of celebrities and then contact them to see if they want to appear?