May-December romance in an episode of Matt Houston called A Novel Way to Die. There’s this established relationship at the top, a past one mentioned in passing, and several girls show a casual interest in another older fellow. And what’s particularly intriguing about the way this episode depicts it is that it’s portrayed completely naturally. No one bats an eye or even comments on the age differences. It’s just accepted that it’s happening.
Of course, with beautiful men like Joseph Campanella and Richard Anderson walking around, is it any wonder?
Dutchy. I think I’ll try to get the next chapter of that fic done.
Jim, a girl, and an adorable kitty.
Illya and Napoleon are excited.
Because The Man From U.N.C.L.E. comes to MeTV this Fall! Spread the word!
Jim and Vern clashing in The House on Willis Avenue.
The way cute epilogue.
Jim and Vern.
They totally have their most and best interaction in Vern’s first episode, Sticks and Stones (etc.). The premise of the episode is a bit hard to swallow, but looking beyond that, it’s the chemistry between James Garner and Simon Oakland that makes it so much fun and totally worth watching, every time.
LOL. Some of the shots you can snap in a split-second come out very … unusual.
And Simon looks like he might be breaking character a bit.
So I honestly hadn’t heard yesterday that James Garner died. I woke up today with Rose telling me through email.
I’m kind of reeling from the shock. He had a good, long life, but it’s still sad. My heart goes out to his family and friends.
I’ll be posting pictures with him throughout the day.