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  1. SmithW6079

    Season One: The Poll

    Leave it as it is. I've always found the trouble with separate episode threads (especially for sitcoms) is that they don't generate much content.
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    House Hunters International

    And going strong at 50. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/jazzercise-fit-at-50/ I found him all three. The scarves were weird, but I felt sorry for him when he mentioned friends who had died, so they were probably on the younger side.
  3. SmithW6079

    Start TV - A network geared towards female audiences

    So Lifetime is no longer TV for women?
  4. SmithW6079

    Week 1: July 9, 2019-July 12, 2019

    This is apalling. A bunch of shallow -- but pretty -- morons. I wonder if "contestants" had to have a certain number of Instagram followers before they could be considered.
  5. I wonder what this will look like; the style of animation makes a big difference to me. Not a fan of the concept of "lawless teens," but how else do you sell a show to Nickelodeon? I have "Star Trek: The Animated Series" on DVD. The animation was bad, but the stories are generally good (some of them were penned by the original writers of "Star Trek").
  6. SmithW6079

    Mama's Family

    I hated the "Family" sketches on "The Carol Burnett Show," but I liked "Mama's Family."
  7. SmithW6079


    I don't do Netflix, so this season is probably it for me. I have to say, though, I was disappointed in this season. I hate to be Helen Lovejoy (from "The Simpsons"), but all I could think throughout so many episodes was "Won't somebody think of the children?!" There were so many gruesome parts or sexual beyond-innuendos with scenes with children in them that I couldn't enjoy the show -- whether it was Sonny on stage miming fellatio or fucking or bashing a guy's head in on stage or the kids breaking open the giant chocolate rabbit to see the skinned-alive guy. And what was the point of the skinned-alive guy? Just some rando that Smoothie decided to torture? I felt like there was no cohesive story this season. The Blue/Orcas story was pretty pointless. I hated all the Hallie stuff; I just kept feeling sorrier and sorrier for the little actress having to deal with all that disgusting stuff. I hated Happy losing his innocence. It really only picked up in the last few episodes, when Amanda finally got her groove back and roasts the aliens in the delivery room, and then she and Nick are a team. Then it was the delightful WTF-edness it had last season. Oh, I enjoyed Meloni's meaty ass at the end.
  8. SmithW6079

    Commercials That Annoy, Irritate or Outright Enrage

    Or the new Snapple one, where it's obvious at least one of the apples ate another during a Donneresque calamity.
  9. Why would a network even submit a show it cancelled for an Emmy? If it wins, don't they look like morons for cancelling it? Having said that, I thought "Vietnam" was the best episode of the show. Mike and Lawrence and Eddie just killed it.
  10. Pratt became a fundamentalist douchebag who knocked Schwarzenegger up the duffington (to paraphrase from the PBS series "Upstart Crow").
  11. SmithW6079

    S06.E22: Crazy Hair and a Teeny Tiny Part of Canada

    So will Adam and Bonnie now permanently move into Bonnie & Christie's apartment? They're good with living with Bonnie's adult daughter who has the master bedroom? (Yes, I realize it's upstairs and not wheelchair accessible.) I didn't watch the show when the kids were on, so their absence doesn't bother me -- "out of sight, out of mind" and all that. I like Anna Faris, but they seemed to go out of their way to make Christie unlikable this season.
  12. SmithW6079

    In The Media: Fresh Off The Press

    And life sucks and you can't always get what you want. I'm sure millions of people can attest to that -- without having the comfort of hundreds and thousands of dollars. I really really hope there's a lot of gossip that comes out about this show when production starts again, although I feel sorry most for the kids that will have to work in that atmosphere.
  13. SmithW6079

    S04.E21: Sandra's Fight/S04.E22: Employee Appreciation Day

    After all, they are just following orders.
  14. The dad was a college professor in real life. I wonder why Tom Doyle made him a blue collar worker on the show.
  15. Yes, I agree. That was absolutely awful. I wish Frasier had come to realize there isn't always someone for everyone, and that the love of his family and friends was enough -- something they could have done with Raj here.