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SerendipitousHarlot Sun 13-Sep-09 22:20:50

Seriously. I haven't had a crush like this since I was about 13.

And now I've finished watching Wuthering Heights <faints>

He is just...... lickable.

here

and

here

DoNotBringLulu Sun 13-Sep-09 22:31:04

IMO the most scrumptious bit of totty ever in TV costume drama was Colin Firth, coming out of the water in Pride & Predudice.

Niftyblue Sun 13-Sep-09 22:32:38

God I fancy him too

Niftyblue Sun 13-Sep-09 22:33:29

Look at those lips
goosebumps

DoNotBringLulu Sun 13-Sep-09 23:12:48

....but he can rip my bodice

Sycamoretreeisvile Sun 13-Sep-09 23:18:03

He's thick though.

<sorry>

MadameDefarge Mon 14-Sep-09 08:55:21

Syc, I not sure we actually want to talk to him! Just, ya, know.

Sycamoretreeisvile Mon 14-Sep-09 10:49:07

Oh, but it is a bit of a turn off, no?

<just me then> grin

TheFoosa Mon 14-Sep-09 10:56:34

I didn't like him in WH and he reminds me a bit of Michael Portillo <shudder>

Bucharest Mon 14-Sep-09 10:58:53

But those lips would be all flobby and drippy.
Euuuuuuw.
I can see the Portillo similarity. (double eeeeeuw.)
It'd be like snogging a green lipped mussel.
He was just toooooooo nasty in WH, no woman would ever have fancied him. Spoilt brat oik.

MadameDefarge Mon 14-Sep-09 12:13:00

hm, syc, yes, if I wanted more than a alcohol fuelled night of passion....wink

DoNotBringLulu Mon 14-Sep-09 12:19:28

grin But Bucharest we fancy Heathcliff, mad, bad and dangerous to know.

Bucharest Mon 14-Sep-09 12:20:59

Oh, I fancy Heathcliffe just not the green-lipped-mussel-pseudo-Heathcliffe.

<Every man I've ever shagged has been as obnoxious and lacking in table manners and grooming as Heathcliffe....>

pofacedandproud Mon 14-Sep-09 12:31:36

Dreadful adaptation. Cathy was boss eyed and he looked like he had a bad wig on. I don't think Emily Bronte would have approved.

DoNotBringLulu Mon 14-Sep-09 12:37:36

I preferred Rebecca Night, I think she would have made a better Cathy. I liked her as that Fanny character on BBC4, can't remember what it was called.

Buch, who do you think would make a better Healthcliff, then? I fancy Rufus Sewell as well.

LeonieSoSleepy Mon 14-Sep-09 12:50:45

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SerendipitousHarlot Mon 14-Sep-09 12:53:32

He's not thick at ALL shock

I saw an interview with him when he was promoting Bronson on This Morning. He's very intelligent and very intense.

I love him. Actually love him grin

pofacedandproud Mon 14-Sep-09 12:55:42

Hayley Atwell would have made a good Cathy. Sam Riley might have made a good Heathcliff, if directed well.

pofacedandproud Mon 14-Sep-09 12:56:17

Actually Tom Hardy might have made a good Heathcliff, if directed well.

TheFoosa Mon 14-Sep-09 13:02:31

he wasn't very good, was he?

was he Stuart in A Life Backwards? I seem to remember he was very mumbly in that

pofacedandproud Mon 14-Sep-09 13:09:40

He is morphing into Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Vacuity is increasingly rewarded in television.

Bucharest Mon 14-Sep-09 14:07:36

OMG- I read that last post as "he is morphing into Jonathan Ross" and I'm sitting here thinking "yup, I can see that, those lips again...." Have now got v disturbing Michael Portillo/Jonathan Ross lovechild image thing going on.

my Heathcliffe is Greg Wise 15 yrs ago in the RiffRaff element, before he got Emma'd.

pofacedandproud Mon 14-Sep-09 15:07:57

LOL. Now have the image of Jonathan Ross as Heathcliff [shudder]

Yes Greg Wise good actor. He didn't seem to do a great many good parts though did he?

Nancy66 Mon 14-Sep-09 15:17:06

I don't think he's thick - he is a short arse though and has done that classic short bloke thing of over pumping his body to make up for lack of stature.

coolma Mon 14-Sep-09 15:22:12

I work at the place 'Stuart - A life Backwards' was based at - and my office is the very room in the first shot grin

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