In one of the early books Vimes makes the comment that racism, ie colour prejudice has no chance when there were all the different species to get on with first.
Karl Pilkington, but I see why you were confused.
and Ricky Gervais as Shaun Ogg.
I suspect he will be restricted to the screen play side and have little influence on casting.Just one other little thought for the frothing and foaming clique. It's not just the BBC doing this it's the person Pratchett left in charge of his literary work and it's uses.
I have my suspicions about the talentless fool one behind this and that person is a lot closer to Sir Pterry that you'd think. The list of those in control of his literary inheritance is very, very small.Just one other little thought for the frothing and foaming clique. It's not just the BBC doing this it's the person Pratchett left in charge of his literary work and it's uses. So is he the wrong man for the job and Terry is spinning in his grave or did they discuss this sort of thing beforehand and TP said, "Grab the money and run".
She takes his virginity in Men at Arms, and they've had an, "understanding" ever since. In fact, it became a major plot point in Feet of Clay, where the main villain was worried that Carrot, the heir to the Throne of Ankh-Morpork, might have children with Angua. And since the genetics of Werewolves were unpredictable, those royal children might be puppies.
Agreed. Especially given this discription of Greebo in human form,Bit of thread drift but I do think Pedro Pascal would be my ideal Greebo actor. He's unseated Mr Banderas.