A great classic movie like Anna Karenina, courtesy of PBS, is an ideal way to spend time on a cold, wintry day because Moscow will always be colder than Champaign. But I’m a little chilled after reading this latest Xfinity film description in which the wife of a governmanet is described as prominant. If she was “prominent in goverment,” I suspect she’d fire whomever misspelled this copy—maybe call in the Cossacks and flog them soundly in Red Square. Finding Xfinity copy mistakes is beginning to obsess me. I’m notorious for my misspellings; these are making me feel downright superior.