Global Armitage Watching or moRA is better!

North and South promo picture

So the North and South watch is behind us and I think we can call it a success thanks to excellent moderating skills of @ArmitageWatch no doubt we started a yearly tradition, hopefully if you missed it this year you can catch it next year or you can join us for future watching.

This whole idea came out of a conversation on twitter and since, this mantra occasionally pops into my cRAzy head:


a modified quote from Field of Dreams 🙂

I hope you find the opportunity to join any of the coming RAwatches! Check out the Armitage Watch Calendar, look for a time that suits you and if uncertain how we go about: check this out. Note: take advantage of the Google feature to import each calendar into your personal one. For your convenience you can follow and LIKE our posts on Facebook

In case the word watch throws you off a bit I included the listed definition:

watch ———>>>

verb (used without object)

1. to be alertly on the lookout, look attentively, or observe, as to see what comes, is done, or happens: to watch while an experiment is performed.
2. to look or wait attentively and expectantly (usually followed by for ): to watch for a signal; to watch for an opportunity.
3. to be careful or cautious: Watch when you cross the street.
4. to keep awake, especially for a purpose; remain vigilant, asfor protection or safekeeping: to watch with a sick person.
5. to keep vigil, as for devotional purposes.
6. to keep guard: She was assigned to watch at the door.


Fridays I’ll be looking forward to #GuyWatch : 2 episodes every friday starting on the hour.

Once Spooks has finished in the fall #GuyWatch will double up ; meaning 2 episodes each Friday AND Saturday!

Guy of Gisborne

Saturdays we have #LucasWatch : meaning Spooks from Season 7 down to the 9 : 2 episodes each Saturday.

Lucas North

But that is not all we plan to have more weekend events: if you check out the calendar they are already there:  #HarryWatch #MonetWatch and more!!

Please spReAd the news and join the FUN!


About Fanny/iz4blue

Classical Literature, Period dramas and historical fiction are my faves. Indie and foreign movies rank high on my list. And that is only the half of it ... oh yes, I am a bit of a music fiend .. View all posts by Fanny/iz4blue

7 responses to “Global Armitage Watching or moRA is better!

  • Gratiana Lovelace

    Hi Fanny,
    The North & South Watch was great fun! It pushed me to watch the whole series again–more than just episode 4 (or just the last 5 minutes of that episode). Ha!

    I’m so glad that we have dvd laser technology these days. Otherwise, I would have long ago broken my VHS of N&S–due to the number of times I have rewatched a certain scene. Although, my sister did manage to break one of my Downton Abbey dvds trying to pry it out of the case. Don’t worry, I’m not loaning her my N&S. Giggles.

    Cheers! Grati ;->

    P.S. And now, you also nudged me onto Twitter so I could participate in the N&S watch. Ha! I’m at @GratianaL (I think that’s the right way to type it). Ha!

  • bccmee

    I have not yet seen all of Robin Hood or Spooks so if possible, I may join some of these group watches! The N&S global watch was a lot of fun. 😀

  • Jo Ann

    What an inspiration for a very busy Friday- too much writing to do today on study guide for Much ado about Nothing( would love to see RA do Benedick!!) but occasional peeks at that face will get me through-

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