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Foyle, the master of brevity, knows when he’s said enough to bring the guilty party to his knees.

And Michael Kitchen knows how to use his incomparable mouth shrug and eyes to maximum effect.

On this final day of National Library Week…

From the Glencoe Public Library blog:

There is a bit of wall in a staff area of the library where librarians for a time posted pictures of their favorite actors. One by one, the handsome men were replaced by beloved dogs, past and present. Eventually, only one man’s picture remained among the pooches. That actor? Michael Kitchen. Interpret this as you will, but it does seem to speak to the appeal of the distinguished Mr. Kitchen.

Another librarian commented on the blog, Read Roger :

…a little while back, I displayed the whole stack of [Foyle’s War] DVDs on the circulation desk. The sign just had an arrow pointing to Michael Kitchen with a note that said, “My new boyfriend.”

You wouldn’t believe the number of patrons who came in and got all gushy.

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Sgt. Milner’s loyalty.

Andrew is on the receiving end of a harsh scolding by Foyle, who’s not in the best of moods after having been suspended from duty on a false charge of sedition. Openly angry Foyle is a sight to behold.

Forgot how much I love The Funk Hole.

This time it’s Foyle who wants something from Sam. Having managed to extract a dinner invitation from her boss in S1, Sam is on familiar enough terms with him by S2 that she can now joke about him asking her out.

pdx144 said:

So miss the good old days! I love “steady on”, Miss Stewart. So much better than “get a grip”….

So true.

Just finished reading Hostage, which takes as its premise the continued courtship of Andrew and Sam 6 months after this tender kiss.  The author does a superb job of incorporating all four main characters of Foyle’s War into her wonderfully written thrill ride of a story. Thanks for sending me the link, abjectadmirer.

As his anguished eyes indicate, Foyle takes little pleasure in arresting a man driven to extreme measures by a life-shattering event.

Foyle’s famous tree climbing stunt.  That would have been a sight to see!

(^v^) Clearly, Michael Kitchen possesses extra facial muscles.

A casually dressed Foyle appears at the door of his home during his forced leave of absence for the trumped-up charge of “seditious behavior in an air raid shelter”.  Loyal Sgt. Milner has stopped by to pass on some confidential documents that may help his boss.