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Published on February 28th, 2012 | by Meredith Burdett

Gareth David-Lloyd in Peter and Paul

It’s been quite a while since we heard from Gareth David-Lloyd, the perky other half of Captain Jack Harkness in Torchwood, or Ianto Jones to the general television watching public.

But fear not, the man himself is back! Albeit in a short five minute film. If you want more Gareth David-Lloyd, you’re going to have to savour him in this for now!

Peter and Paul tells the short tale of a man who is plagued by a voice on the other end of his phone, which also happens to be his hand. This is the first in an anthology series entitled Twisted Showcase, which are a mixture of self contained horror, drama, comedy and psychological thrillers.

The series begins this Thursday, with four more to be released on a weekly basis thereafter. This is something that is new, innovative and could well turn out to be worth a watch. It’s free so you should make the most of it and find out if it’s your cup of tea.

Or maybe you’d just like to stare at Gareth David-Lloyd for five minutes. Whatever floats your boat.

The trailer is live and can be viewed by visiting the following link: http://blogtorwho.blogspot.com/2012/02/gareth-david-lloyd-in-web-series.html

Peter and Paul debuts this Thursday, March 1st.

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2 Responses to Gareth David-Lloyd in Peter and Paul

  1. avatar Pat says:

    I will start with staring, for sure, because hey it’s Gareth! Then I will watch the story.

  2. avatar OrangeCrush says:

    It’s only been 5 months or so since his episode of Warehouse 13 and maybe 7 since Red Factions: Origin. What is your idea of “quite a while”? Also, perky? Of the many, many adjectives I have for Ianto, perky isn’t one of them. Still, I’m hoping Twisted Showcase will be better than the gazillion other 5 minute web series out there. The anthology approach might work.

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