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Plus I have seen the scripts ahead of time so I already know what he's going to say, like when he calls m the Tense Mob Lady of Justice.
Bradford is almost like Rainman except he's fully functional. It's very hard to describe when you watch him work, to understand what he has to memorize, how he's got to make this come out of his mouth and the fact that he does it, is just fascinating to watch.
He as an actor can't even memorize the names, because they change them so much and he talks so fast.
When Spinelli is talking, it's not Diane looking at him, but it's Carolyn saying WOW, and it works so well for Diane.
how do you keep a straight face in your scenes with Bradford Anderson and Steve Burton? You just look in those eyes and think "Okay, I'm not going to say another word." I have no trouble keeping a straight face with him. Part of me is amazed that this brilliant actor can memorize those lines and rattle them off and make it sound seamless.
I marvel at that -- it takes precedence over laughing.
From Carolyn's chat: If Carolyn could spend an afternoon with one character she would want to spend it with Spinelli.
She thinks that he has a mind like Diane's, except his is a little more evolved.
In recent times, new archaeological discoveries (along with some epigraphic evidence) in the Faynan copper district of southern Jordan as well as in southern Israel have triggered a burst of scholarly interest for Edom and the Edomites.
These finds provide a new background for interpreting the many biblical references to historical Edom, and have generated a stream of research with competing views on the dating, nature, and position of the Edomite polity in the ancient Near Eastern world.
Spinelli fascinates Diane and Spinelli fascinates Carolyn - the way he reacts to Maxie and Lulu. She couldn't be around Anthony or Claudia, that kind of dark and menacing would be tough to be around for an afternoon.
You would never know if you would end up with a knife in your back.
These historical debates, however, should not cause us to forget that if the biblical (and post-biblical) traditions about Edom are plentiful, the biblical authors' interest in Edom was largely governed by theological concerns, and such concerns usually inform to a significant degree biblical references to their Transjordanian neighbors.Bradford Anderson's a revised version of the author's doctoral thesis submitted to Durham University (Department of Theology and Religion)is a study of the biblical depictions of Edom and Esau in their theological and textual dimensions, rather than from the viewpoint of history.