That odd reflection in Richard Armitage’s glasses? Michelle Forbes’ hand?

There’s no polite way to say it: I think the “claw” must be a distorted reflection of her hand. screen-shot-2016-10-04-at-10-24-48-pm


~ by Servetus on October 5, 2016.

35 Responses to “That odd reflection in Richard Armitage’s glasses? Michelle Forbes’ hand?”

  1. Respekt! Das ist doch mal investigativ ….. 😉

  2. That’s hilarious!

  3. She gives Smaug a run for his money.

  4. when you make the picture bigger to look at her hand, it kind of looks like and alien’s hand

    • Somebody said that last week on Twitter — which is I think why this blew up today. I think the whole thing is funny but apparently I am not allowed to “overanalyze.” LOL.

  5. LOL! but I don’t think it’s her hand.

  6. No, I don’t either. Michelle Forbes didn’t wear nail polish, and this hand seems to. Perhaps it’s the agent’s hand? I forget her name.

  7. I think MF was wearing a clear nail polish. In the reflection it could just be the light reflecting off the clear nail polish making it look more like a pink polish.

    • I thought I saw polish too, thanks for doing the legwork on whether Michelle was wearing any 😉 I have little understanding of how much distortion comes through these reflections, or even where the reflected hand is likely to be positioned 😞 I defer to brighter minds 😉

    • I think she has clear nail polish on too.

  8. I was looking at the picture again, and it looks like the hand has long, sharp fingernails, and if you look at the michelle forbes picture, she has no long finger nails.

  9. I know this is not the right post for this, but I just had to say I was watching Supernatural on TNT this morning and the Berlin Station preview/commercial came on.

  10. I thought this was supposed to be a humorous post. Surprised to see the flack on Twitter. It’s like a fangirl version of BlowUp.

    • It was 80 percent humorous — I think it’s some woman’s hand and while I was watching the vid, I thought, hmm, I have seen that hand somewhere before. I was really surprised by the fall out, too. For better or for worse my patience with that kidn of thing, after years of this, is at an end.

  11. Poorly stated by me – but maybe funny. The post was a fangirl version of the movie BlowUp, and then fangirls blew it up on Twitter.

  12. Some ignored the humor, and took it as an insult to Michelle Forbes. I think she would have laughed.

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