Tonight on Hallmark Channel! Signed, Sealed, Delivered Episode Two

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Afternoon, readers. Tonight another episode - the second of Signed, Sealed, Delivered airs on Hallmark Channel and I couldn't let the opportunity pass by to use this as a reminder to tune in. Aside from that excellent excuse for this rare Sunday post, guys I just have to say, this episode... it's precious. I'm grateful to have seen it because I nearly skipped out due to time and busyness, however it was the perfect way to relax for 40-some minutes. Being a proud American girl that I am, I confess the story driving home points on patriotism, courage and bravery, and honor is the biggest reason for this.

This week, the dead letter division of the U.S. postal service - comprised of stickler-for-details, Oliver O'Toole (Eric Mabius), newbie Shane (Kristen Booth), kindhearted Rita (Crystal Lowe) and the stamps guy, Norman (Geoff Gustafson) - comes across a letter that sends the gang on a journey to find a soldier who saved a young girl from a horrible fate in her native Afghanistan.

Kudos to the writers, producers and whoever should be thanked for this episode. Its message, storytelling and acting is beautiful. I didn't expect this "level" of poignancy in a series that is usually more about the "fun" (not being critical of it; that is my kind of show). Uncharacteristic of my personality - I tend to be an internal emotion as opposed to an outward reaction, I can admit that I teared up while watching tonight's episode, To Whom it May Concern. Emotional feelings play a part in this but there is still a great sense of easy humor, which makes for a pleasant experience versus the norm of today's television. All I will leave you with is this; if you're a fan of this new series, be sure to tune in to the Hallmark Channel tonight. You won't regret it.

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Watch episode two tonight, April 27th on Hallmark Channel


  1. I haven't heard of this one, I will have to check it out!
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

    1. Happy watching if you decide to try it, Missie. It's quite good. :)

  2. I am so so so excited to watch this episode with my sisters this weekend! We watch it On Demand so we usually wait until Saturday to catch up. This show is great, I love what you said about it being emotional yet still having a sense of humor. The characters are just so quirky and cute! Can't wait to see episode 2!

    1. YES! Those characters are what makes this a blast. Lovin' how fun, quirky and likable they are. Additionally, it's just so refreshing to watching something wholesome, which is exactly what this is. Hope you and your sisters enjoy episode 2, Bekah! It's the best of the two methinks. Makes me think there's lots of great yet to come. :)

  3. I really want to watch this series!!!

    1. Yay! Hope you enjoy it, Maria. :)


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