Dude I'm marathoning law & order svu on netflox and I see none other than tom pelphry wearing a fake mustache, a cheap leather jacket and a snapback hat like lmao what is my life. (It's season 17 ep 20 you gotta check it out)
That is HILARIOUS and I need to check it out. Thanks for the heads up!
Jon took a knee. The king frowned at him, and rattled the parchment angrily. “Rise. Tell me, who is Lyanna Mormont?”
“One of Lady Maege’s daughters, Sire. The youngest. She was named for my lord father’s sister.”
“To curry your lord father’s favor, I don’t doubt. I know how that game is played. How old is this wretched girl child?”
Jon had to think a moment. “Ten. Or near enough to make no matter. Might I know how she has offended Your Grace?”
Stannis read from the letter. “Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is STARK. A girl of ten, you say, and she presumes to scold her lawful king.” His close-cropped beard lay like a shadow over his hollow cheeks.
My brother-in-law: “Yes, it was really The Edge. Beanie, little beard. Little short guy, right? It was one of those delis with the sandwich counter and the salad bar and everything, but they also have that section where they sell candy and aspirin and things like that. Yeah, he was just there by himself, buying cough drops. It’s New York, no one bothered him.” No word on whether they were Smith Brothers, Halls, or Riccola though. Or why he didn’t just go to the Duane Reade, which is like an NYC CVS. :P
The West Wing episode that aired right after 9/11 was called “Isaac and Ishmael.”
At one point in the episode, after a discussion of Islamic Extremism, a high school student tells the White House Communications Director “Nice beard.”
Now, if you’ve never seen West Wing, the White House Communications Director is named Toby Ziegler and looks like this:
One guess as to his religion.
So anyway, Toby responds with this:
“My choice, sister. And by the way, there’s nothing wrong with a religion whose laws say a man’s got to wear a beard or cover his head or wear a collar. It’s when violation of these laws become a crime against the State and not your parents that we’re talking about a lack of choice.”