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  1. πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯😭
  2. Seriously, it isn't like it's hard to find evidence of how the roots of cancel culture were encouraged to spread over the years, decades and even centuries... but I guess that wouldn't fit into Bill and Amy's narrative regarding the evils of the ultra-left-wing libs.
  3. Actually, Lily Tomlin hosted the Season 2 premiere of SNL in 1976, and she revived her Laugh-In Ernestine character for a quick skit parodying the telephone company commercials of the time, for which that quote was the punch line... so you're both right! https://snltranscripts.jt.org/76/76aphonecompany.phtml
  4. #RIP Markie Post 😒πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯ https://deadline.com/2021/08/markie-post-dead-night-court-actress-was-70-1234811055/
  5. As I am white, I won't claim to speak with any authority regarding the racism in the portrayal of the Charlie Chan character in Murder By Death. I do remember being very uncomfortable with it as I watched the movie, but it felt to me that the Murder By Death version of Chan was, at least in part, a parody that spoke against how badly and stereotypically the character was often portrayed in earlier American films from the 1930s and 1940s. As far as I remember, it's sadly very true that the racism of hiring white actors to portray Chan was never really addressed in any serious way - not regardin
  6. SurrealEstate is currently running on the SyFy Channel, with Tim Rozon (Mutt) and Sarah Levy (Twyla) leading a team of real estate agents working to sell/rent haunted properties. Three episodes in, I'm not sure of the overall tone they're going for - it seems to be a varying mixture of suspense, comedy and family drama - but so far it's holding my interest. And, honestly, I'm always happy for the chance to stare at Tim Rozon's blue eyes and handsome/chiseled face. He's one of the few men I've seen that looks great with a beard, and as good (if not better better) without one. πŸ˜‰
  7. Per the Hollywood Reporter, Timothy Hutton has officially been cleared by law enforcement of the criminal complaint filed against him. The Canadian authorities scrutinized the matter and found a glaring lack of support and proof of (the accuser’s) claim. The case is now closed. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/timothy-hutton-to-face-no-charge-1983-rape-allegation-1234986021/
  8. Adam Demos (Brad) did a Hallmark-style movie for Netflix in 2019 called Falling Inn Love with Christina Milian. She plays an American looking for a major life change when she "wins" a New Zealand inn through an internet contest, but arrives to find a money pit instead. Adam plays the hunky local contractor who catches her eye as they work together to restore her inn. Standard Hallmark rom-com script, OK execution. It was nice to see Adam play a more relatable and relatively likeable romantic character.
  9. I assumed it was the creamed-corn style goop that the guy in the chef's hat was stirring in the oversized pot. I was kinda grateful we didn't see any more of it. 🀒
  10. Eliot's response when he realizes he has to watch one of Sophie's "performances"... 🀣🀣🀣
  11. There is a brief shot of a smaller headstone to the left of the one we saw for Nate. We didn't get to see the writing on it - I assumed it represented Nate and Maggie's son.
  12. Loved this one! Leverage has always been great at having episodes that focus on part of the team, allowing us to delve deeper into the featured team members. Some great Sophie/Parker moments, and it's fun watching Breanna learning the ins and outs of the con, and getting to know the OGs better, especially Parker ("You say 'human brains' like you have an outside perspective...") My only (temporary) disappointment was that they didn't hold this episode for fall - it would have been perfect right before Halloween. Then I remembered that I can just watch it again toward the end of October, so all
  13. Not gonna lie - I had to stop the first episode for a bit after the first few minutes, after the callback overhead shot in the cemetery (with the gravestone standing in for Nate) to process my grief over the loss. I will admit Kleenex was involved. To me, Nate was a wonderful, complex, damaged character who made me feel for him, even when I had trouble understanding or relating to his actions. The rest of the team, especially Sophie/Gina, sold me on the depth of their loss. I knew I needed time to process it so that I could give the reboot a fair look with fresh eyes. Once I felt ready to
  14. Joey Novak? That can't be a coincidence. I gather the Ryan's Hope Novak crime family from NYC is attempting to establish a presence in Port Charles. It'll be interesting to see if/how the writers are going to tie this into the already established connection with Ava, since Delia has been identified as her birth mother. There's quite the complex history to mine with Ava's mom and the Novaks, if the GH writers so choose...
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