Can I take him home? And take hot chocolate in the sofa, feed him cookies, play scrabble, comb his hair and put hairpins in it, hug him senseless (and a few less proper things to describe)
28/50 List of Favourite Actors Alan Rickman (x)
Alan Rickman as Col. Christopher Brandon in Sense and Sensibility 
“I knew a lady very like your sister - the same impulsive sweetness of temper - who was forced into, as you put it, a better acquaintance with the world. The result was only ruination and despair. Do not desire it, Miss Dashwood.”
Nice suit. John Phillips, London. I have two myself.
So shy… He even turns around.
[Suzie Mackenzie (interviewer for The Guardian) on Alan Rickman]"People sometimes describe Rickman as aloof, haughty, a ‘guru’, but instead of some bleak, intimidating oracle, I meet a warm, intelligent man who giggles a lot. He is not easy, he admits it himself (“Good luck with this one …”). And his first words - following my standard “Pleased to meet you” - are an Eeyorish, “Whoever I may be”. But he is candid. He will try to be honest, he says. He can’t help it if there’s a voice in the back of his head checking everything he says.”
Lily and Alan Rickman getting into the same town car after Seminar.
Hmm. They are up to something.