Daily Archives: June 1, 2012

Before the tea and crumpets . . . enjoy the sizzle of Guy



After several nights of little sleep, I finally crashed today. Fell asleep sometime after dawn and didn’t fully rouse until 4 p.m. Which means I probably won’t sleep well tonight, but my body needed it so.  I almost feel as if I could nod off some more . . . but I have that date with a certain gentleman.  Yet, I must never forget the knight below:





It’s Guyday Friday, but Mr. Thornton is at the door


Remember, ladies, the North & South Global Watch starts today.  Timetable as provided by asilomar11 with expanded info in link below.

US Prime time:

Friday June 1st

EDT:  8pm : ep 1          PDT: 6pm: ep 1

EDT:  9pm:  ep 2          PDT: 7pm: ep 2

EDT: 10pm : ep 3        PDT: 8pm: ep 3

EDT: 11pm : ep 4         PDT: 9pm: ep 4

Saturday June 2nd

EDT: 6pm: ep 1           PDT: 4pm: ep 1

EDT: 7pm: ep 2          PDT: 5pm: ep 2

EDT: 8pm: ep 3          PDT: 6pm: ep 3

EDT: 9pm: ep4           PDT: 7pm: ep 4

Sorry for the US-centric reply but there are more inclusive timetables on this blog: http://armitagewatch.blogspot.com/p/timetables.html



Don’t worry, Team Leather members, Guy’s here, too.



Sir Guy certainly does strut so well–and swagger, smoulder, smirk, sneer and snarl beautifully.


Armitage’s Armamentarium!: TAE Word for the Day


Surely this word was made for our TDHBEW.

armamentarium (noun):  a fruitful source of devices or materials available for or used for an undertaking; the aggregate of equipment, methods and techniques available to one for carrying out one’s duties.

Mr. Armitage uses his Method acting techniques, journaling, intelligence and intuition, his mobile features and command of his physicality, along with an amazing vocal instrument, to bring his characters to life, giving them depth and breadth and believability. He has a powerful armamentarium at his disposal to craft a great performance.

Likewise, characters such as Lucas North and Sgt. John Porter have their armamentariums of gadgets, tools and weapons to aid them on their missions.

Armamentarium is from the Latin root armament, referring to equipment used by a military unit. The suffix -arium denotes a location or receptacle.

Bravo for Armitage’s Armamentarium and long may it bring us enjoyment!



It would appear John Porter has packed a potent portion of his armamentarium for his mission.