I’ve been enjoying The Tudors enough to finish the series without taking a considerable break from it besides maybe a two-week breather. One of things I enjoyed about the show is noticing actors in the series that I knew elsewhere. This season I saw future Game of Thrones alumni Ian Beattie (Ser Meryn Trant) andContinue reading “Things I Like: The Tudors (TV Series) Season 3”
I do consider myself a history buff, with a strong preference on American and British history. While the King Henry VIII story is often played too often in TV and movies, I heard The Tudors was good. When it came time to watch the first season, I was pretty impressed. Not the greatest show butContinue reading “Things I Like: The Tudors (TV Series) Season 2”
John Wesley founded the Christian denomination of Methodism. He was originally part of the Church of England.
Stanley is the capital of the Falkland Islands. It was named after Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, who was also a long-serving British prime minister. He ironically never visited the islands himself.
Edward Stafford was the first cousin once removed via maternal relation to King Henry VIII. If the House of Tudor had no heirs to the throne, Edward Stafford as a descendant of King Edward III, would have a very strong claim to the throne. Despite King Henry VIII being a legitimate heir to King EdwardContinue reading “(Not So) Fun Fact: Demise of Edward Stafford”