joshgad: In honour of #maythe4thbewithyou here are out-takes from my #starwars with #daisyridley who despite what you’ve been led to believe, cannot keep a straight face. Neither can I for that matter. Lmao.
Murder on the Orient Express: Nov. 3, 2017 │Everyone Is A Suspect
So, they got him after all. You assume he was killed? No, no. He—well, he was in perfectly good health; he had his enemies. Indeed, he was murdered. Good, God! A murder, here?God rest his soul. If there was a murder—what is going on?—then there is a murderer. The murderer is with us. And everyone of you are suspects.
Poirot’s chief personality characteristic was undoubtedly his overweening - but lovable - egotism. On rare occasions he would present an appearance of modesty, but it was patently so forced and false that it fooled no one. Some of his own evaluations from one story or another: “Hercule Poirot… is of a cleverness quite exceptional;” “impossible to deceive Hercule Poirot;” “me, I know everything.” - Russell H. Fitzgibbon, The Agatha Christie Companion