Josh Lyman: Tragedy magnet?
Posted Jan 5, 2004 @ 3:53 AM
Okay, it's late and I'm going to end this flight of fancy before I get *cough* OT, but as a new convert to the Church of BW, I would agree that he is a fine and subtle actor, and deserves his fame. Plus a five-pound box of money.
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Posted Jan 9, 2004 @ 2:05 PM
Went to undergrad at Harvard
Went to Yale Law.
And has the cutest butt in professional politics.
Edited by westwinger247, Jan 9, 2004 @ 2:05 PM.
Posted Jan 10, 2004 @ 12:28 AM
I wondered if I am the only one dying to see Josh's scar? I don't want to see sex scenes on my WW, though, so maybe we just catch him changing for a meeting? Or if that Vegas trip from the speculation thread every materializes, I would certainly not object to poolside Josh.
I realize that they would have to have makeup put a really nice scar on him if we are to see him with his shirt off
Edited by clemens, Jan 10, 2004 @ 12:30 AM.
Posted Jan 10, 2004 @ 9:42 AM
MMmmmm... shirtless BW. I think I need to be alone now.
Yes Sprojunky. I think I'm going to be alone with the stripping pics now.
ETA: I caught the old episode of The Equalizier from 1985 that Brad guested in last night. OMG was he HOT then??? YESS. I think my carpet had a puddle of droll on it afterwards.
Edited by susan89, Jan 14, 2004 @ 2:27 PM.
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Posted Jan 29, 2004 @ 1:40 PM
BTW any Brits here keep a very close eye on C4 for an ad where celebs (from shows shown on the channel) say their fave word. Brad is one of them along with John and Richard. He's on screen for about 30 milliseconds but he's very HOT. I managed to tape it and have been watching it every free second I have. For anyone wondering his fave word is cajoule. I looked it up in a dictionary and the meaning is: "If you cajoule someone into doing something you persuade them to do it by saying nice things." How cute is that?
Edited by susan89, Jan 29, 2004 @ 1:43 PM.
Posted Jan 29, 2004 @ 10:43 PM
He's on screen for about 30 milliseconds but he's very HOT
I've seen that, 30 milliseconds is an overstatement, and he's not even fully on the screen!
However, they are running a series of them, so who knows, maybe he'll pop up again.
Posted Jan 30, 2004 @ 1:52 PM
Do you mean cajole, "To urge with gentle and repeated appeals, teasing, or flattery; wheedle."? Or is cajoule the U.K. spelling?
In any case, a very appropriate word for BW to choose!
That's what I meant but I'm going through a "can't spell any word right" phase. And yes it's very appropriate.
Posted Feb 1, 2004 @ 12:43 AM
Iím tempted to throw my speech up in the air and scream for us all to run for our civic lives.
Hee! I love BW. That whole speech made me not want to "run for [my] civic [life]."
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Posted Feb 1, 2004 @ 5:38 PM
Before I close, I want to acknowledge my sister, Debbie Ward, and Mom, Genevieve Whitford (whoís gonna be 89 years old next month) who came down from Philadelphia to be here tonight, two women, I can assure you who donít need a bunch of Oil executives telling them what to do with their bodies. Ma, Debbie, on behalf of my brothers, I want to thank you for making sure we like our women strong and independent.
really got to me. That's a lot of class and I'm glad he recognizes the role his mother played in forming his own value system towards women.
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