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Written by ClaireD
(1/29/2013 3:24 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Eire is close to home rule, penned by alexl
...that still doesn't deal with point (a) that Julie raised--the Branson actor staying on the show.
This does mean, though, that when the Branson actor decides to leave the show, they have no reason to make poor Baby Sybil an orphan by killing off Tom. *He* should, then, go home to Ireland.
]]Just in time for the Irish Civil War. Whose side would he be on.[[
Who knows. Given the rather silly way they've dealt with some of the Irish historical points they've raised, I'm sort of hoping they don't even go there. He's been written as the World's Worst Irish Republican, so, for all I know, he'll just be shown to throw in the towel on the whole thing and be a royality-loving Unionist instead. :-)
I noticed last week that whoever wrote the description for Episode 3 as it aired on PBS misnamed the conflict that was going on at that time. They called *it* the "Irish Civil War," but, as you say, the Irish Civil War can't be starting until later.
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