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  1. lurkerbee

    Les Misérables (2018)

    That was Gavroche. I won’t say more for fear of being spoilery.
  2. lurkerbee

    Rotting Y&R: The Spoiler Thread

    No, I just hate her.
  3. lurkerbee

    Rotting Y&R: The Spoiler Thread

    Oh, I think MS did that long before GT came along. Not really looking forward to a Phick or Phack reunion (although Peter Bergman made her almost tolerable), so I guess my fast-forward button will be getting a workout once she shows up.
  4. lurkerbee

    Ana Navarro: Thank God It's Friday!

    Ana is on Colbert tonight!
  5. lurkerbee

    Meghan McCain: "Both Sides" Wannabe Tough Chick

    Not a fan of MM's but Colbert is the one who brought it up. I believe this was her first time on the show since her father's death and while they were discussing her eulogy, he asked about it.
  6. Someone singing in a movie doesn't make the movie a musical. Also Green Book won for Best Musical Or Comedy.
  7. Bohemian Rhapsody and A Star is Born are dramas about musicians. This doesn't make them musicals. Mary Poppins Returns is a musical. I found Vice darkly funny but it's kind of in a weird place between comedy & drama. It also almost had a musical scene.
  8. People in the Nashville area sure knew who she really was, even before they named a cancer center for her. https://sarahcannon.com/about/sarah-cannon-the-name
  9. Merriam-Webster says its first known use was in 1951 and may have come from a creature in the 1950 Dr. Seuss book If I Ran a Zoo. This website says its use as a term for an uncool, unhip person began in Detroit in 1951 and spread from there.
  10. lurkerbee

    Sherri Shepherd: "Is the Earth flat?"

    Harriet Sansom Harris is a Julliard-trained actress who has appeared in several Broadway shows (and countless television series, including the role of Felicia Tilman on Desperate Housewives). She won the 2002 Best Featured Actress In a Musical Tony Award for her performance in Thoroughly Modern Millie. Not exactly stunt casting.
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    Future Co-Hosts Talk: Musical Chairs

    Bette Midler played Hollywood agent Sue Mengers in a one-woman Broadway show called I'll Eat You Last last year.
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