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  1. I actually liked this episode. Back-handed compliment: Cheyenne was actually pretty smart this episode. They seem to have slightly altered her character. Had to laugh out loud at her, "It's pee-pee water, will I get Hep?" Everyone else was annoying as always. Jeff and Mateo are pathetic. Marcus should be fired on the spot and he can take Justine with him. People are popping up and dropping off screen so frequently, it's hard to keep up. Don't know why Jonah has devolved into a clueless poser who lets his fellow workers put words in his mouth. Mateo asking Jonah if he wanted to sleep wi
  2. Damn straight. Let them stay estranged. I've never been a fan of either: Cheyenne has no redeeming qualities and her status as a "Hottie?" (not by me, stupidity is such a turn-off) is negated by her dull, drug addled mind and being married to Bo doesn't help. Mateo, can continue to be made an A$$ of since he's nothing but a self-centered jerk. I'm feeling like this show has lost it's way. I thought the Covid episode was a good start but then they ruined it by going too far with the emphasis on African Americans' struggle in the next episode I recently went into quite a few drug stores lo
  3. @peacheslatour. Sorry, it's been awhile. I believe the dog, Doc & Louisa shelter, used to belong to Martin's Aunt Joan (Stephanie Cole). If it's the same dog, his name is Buddy. Imaginative, I know. He's a sweet dog.
  4. Sucky News: “Siren cancelled”. https://deadline.com/2020/08/siren-canceled-freeform-after-3-seasons-1203005299/amp/ As usual, I’m late to the table.
  5. LOL, if they should feel sorry for an actor/character, it should be Sam/James Denton. I don't know what his damage is, but the guy brings all the gravity of a Black Hole to a relationship. He sucks at it! Never having bothered with that "Housewives" drama, I have no historical basis for this opinion, but Sam <= George in the "Interesting" category. Is it the writing or the Channel?
  6. Dreaded words to hear from Martha, “ Hell-Looooww!🎵” And “Oh, my."! Patrons always scamper away.
  7. @CowgirlA splendid description of Martha, down to the fine detail. 👏 Don't forget that voice, can it be considered an accessory; like a bell around a cat's neck alerting you to her coming presence?
  8. You got the last part right. I'm sitting here with a cocktail listening to the latest inane Guidelines. Glad to see you're still safe Cowgirl!!! OH, BTW, I think the label Gypsy is a pejorative and has always been offensive.
  9. Damn, I miss the banter amongst the posters here, more than I miss the show. I’ll have to eventually dip my toes back in.
  10. Haven't watched this show since Dolls left and Wynonna got pregnant with the scruffy one's child. Shit went haywire from there. I may give it another look. A lot of good Syfy has been cancelled and I'm grateful for at least one familiar show that can be distracting from this Coronamess.
  11. You're right. Thats sucks. I had my hopes up for a quick turnaround:' From Futon Critic: http://www.thefutoncritic.com/showatch/siren/ ADDITIONAL NOTES: completed airing its third season on 5/28/20; has yet to be renewed for a fourth season DESCRIPTION: (from Freeform's press release, January 2020) Freeform's mermaid drama "Siren" returns for a third season with a two-episode premiere on THURSDAY, APRIL 2 (9:00-11:00 p.m. EDT). Ben's shocking decision to let the reporter die at the end of season two has ripple effects in his relationship with Maddie and Ryn. Meanwhile
  12. Just to confirm, this finale was a MID-season finale correct? The series may come back whenever they resume shooting around the end-of-Winter for part: 3-B?
  13. That final scene, with Ryn posed on the rock looking out, would make a nice poster to replace that iconic one, of Ryn just floating in the water. As an advertisement for the show, it's a nice moment in time.
  14. Big props to the special effects team AND the Director. They put together a very good episode, despite the plot holes. The plot holes, to me, didn't detract from the great, although slightly murky, underwater battle. I'd love to see the "Making of". The scene with Hope sitting on the boat and Ryn dived onboard in full mermaid form, finding out from Hope that Ben wasn't around, and then diving back in to find her Ben, was a fantastic scene. I applauded the decision to get all the regulars from Bristol Cove working together. Even Calvin got a chance to do something besides suck. Yes, R
  15. Who is Jerry? Is he the guy that works with Maddie, in their lab, and is a bit sweet on her? I'm surprised "Petty Ted" hasn't gotten a megaphone and announced to Bristol Cove, "There are REAL mermaids among us!!". Ted needs a phone call from Tia. He will not be missed.
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