Cric on Twitter: Mathematicians are now all over the TV channels and the movies.
We’re all looking for some cricket.
The best of the best.
The good, the bad, the ugly.
A lot of them.
So when I watched ‘Crunacus: The Series’, I was instantly intrigued by the cast, which included Matthew Prior, Matt Bomer, Simon Pegg, Peter Capaldi, Chris Evans and Matt Groening.
What struck me about them was that they are all brilliant mathematicians, all brilliant thinkers, all mathematicians.
So that was very exciting for me.
They’re not just brilliant people, they’re brilliant mathematicias.
It’s the same with ‘Cranacus’, which is a fantastic series.
They’ve all got great talent.
They are all incredibly talented mathematicias, and they are trying to do a great job with the show.
The writers, I think, did an amazing job with it, which is really encouraging.
I think the chemistry between them and the actors is going to be great.
It shows how much they have in common, the great chemistry between Peter Capaldini and Simon Pegger.
You look at their chemistry, how they both write brilliantly and they both know how to play off each other.
That’s just a testament to how much chemistry there is between them.
It was a great collaboration and it’s going to really help me grow as a mathematician.
So, the chemistry and the chemistry with Peter and Simon and the writing was amazing.
I’m really looking forward to it, it’s one of the greatest shows I’ve seen in a long time.
There’s a lot of great comedy, I’ve watched some great comedy and there’s a great cast, and there are some great comedians in the world.
You just love seeing comedians doing their thing and I think it’s very good.
I have to say, I’m not quite as big a fan of ‘Cronenberg’ as I am of ‘The Simpsons’, but there’s nothing to say that I wouldn’t watch them both, or The Simpsons.
It doesn’t hurt.
They all have great chemistry.
They know how much fun they have together.
And you can’t help but like them.
I don’t think it matters which you watch, I just love watching comedy.