[quote]Wouldn't they have had to post the bonds?
"Post the banns," not "the bonds."
Shil, shut your pie hole - you know you're just a blob to me.
R6 sorry it's been a long time since I lived in the 1800s.
If you read the original book, Jean Valjean has learned, as a homeless ex prisoner, to service men who can help him. That's why the Bishop is so generous to him.
He grows to like male on male love, and seeks it secretly. There is a clear indication that the hate Javert has is really repressed homosexual desire, just like with Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.
Of course, all of that was cut from the musical.
meet me at the gas station, was the last thing he told me
He didn't because the farmer took a wife.
The cheese, alone.
I think the part where he finds the hot young Marius at that underground club and "brings him home" is hot.
The original lyric was not "Bring Him Home," but "Bring Him Out."