Bahaha, I always loved that scene - great minds think alike!
@MT - But of course...
There is also a scene where he shyly smiles at the antics of children chasing after the just-arrived Gandalf but quickly morphs back to the disapproving frown when he notices his wife is watching. He represents, to me, the backbone of tradition and standards that hold things together. The game of tether ball comes to mind.
@DR - Yes, he does that transition really well - and it tells us so much about the nature hobbits (for good and ill). That's what got him my award.
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