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  1. I can't stand Cody. He seems like the type of guy who thinks if a woman isn't hot she isn't a person. Maybe I'm being too harsh, but that's just the impression he gave me.
  2. I know people well into their 30s who crush on fictional characters.
  3. Meh, that was awful. Seems like yet another "business woman needs to be fixed through the power of family and kids" type of deal. The main characters had no chemistry as a couple, why am I supposed to root for these bland people in a bland romantic situation? The guy and his kids are straight up unlikable. They were obnoxious and also bland. The only character I did like was the imaginary friend, but she doesn't really seem necessary to the show besides being a gimmick. Thank god it's going to be in a timeslot that I don't usually watch.
  4. I hate Fred Gailey from Miracle on 34th Street. He's so awful that he ruins the whole movie for me.
  5. I'm pretty sure this kind of thing happens almost every season. As far as I know they don't usually get too far.
  6. At my high school, you weren't technically allowed to leave the cafeteria. But I always end up sneaking out after I was done eating lunch to go up to the library and use the computers in there. Sneaking out was hard, sometimes I'd just be able to do it while the teacher guarding the door to the hallway was distracted, but sometimes I'd have to sneak out the doors to the outside. Then getting back inside was a problem - most of the doors except for the one in front of the main office was locked and going back in through that door would mean getting in trouble. Sometimes I'd luck out and there would be a side door somewhere unlocked. It was really a lot of effort for something we should have had access to anyway, what is the point of a library if you can't go use it? There was no hierarchy at our school's lunch tables though. Unless my friends were in the same lunch period, I just ate alone and I preferred it that way. It was nice to have a whole table to myself. People left me alone and I could spread my stuff out. So yeah, I don't really get when the plot is trying to find a table to fit in at, unless the school is short on tables. The answering machine war part of the episode was so funny. I figured it was going to turn out that they actually liked talking to each other on the answering machines.
  7. I was always under the impression that the jury already knew who they were voting for and told the production ahead of time, and then they would have them vote in the order that was the most interesting.
  8. It was all right, but the ending with that kid kissing the girl after she wasn't interested in being kissed earlier annoyed me a lot. That shit isn't cute or romantic.
  9. Wasn't crazy about this ep. I hope the ending means that Erika isn't going to pine over that guy (forgot his name) all season and inevitably end up with him.
  10. So glad that Nicole won over Paul! This is the first time in a long time that I've been happy with a winner.
  11. If I gave my kid the name Sailor, I would give her the middle name Moon.
  12. James saying he was going to follow Nat into whatever bed she was in even if she moved made me seriously uncomfortable. Yikes, think about what you're saying and how you're coming off next time...
  13. I would have loved to do that competition! I really like to play "escape the room" type video games. It would be interesting to try one out in real life.
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