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  1. Glad y’all said it first. I actually couldn’t tell Isobel and Cam apart during the first episodes or so in season one. Anyhoo, I think the notion that Maria may have alien ancestry is interesting. It might figure into why her mother is having memory issues in that perhaps alien gifts aren’t as compatible in a mostly human body, particularly when that gift isn’t tempered with the flower, for instance. I like the idea that another poster mentioned about alienness being referred to as psychic ability, something humans can easily dismiss, as a way to hide in plain sight. When I saw that
  2. And her reason makes sense, right? She almost succumbs on her own, but when she remembers that doing so will create this protective bubble around her (deafening Max’s cries), I get it. In his own Idontmeantodoit way, he is still hurting Rosa.
  3. I binged this show over the past day or so and it’s highly addictive. My faves are Michael and Maria and I enjoyed Rosa here as well. She says so much of what the audience is likely thinking and I think the actress sells her tortured artist nature. In a plot that is balls to the wall crazy, I think her reactions grounded things. I am enjoying the music too—I will continue to watch.
  4. I thought it was an interesting nod to earlier conflicts between Max and Helen regarding ways to help the hospital—her bringing in donors versus actually working with patients s1 and questions around exploitation of patients to raise funds. Max was doing that not listening routine when he feels especially righteous, so I’m glad Helen ignored him and listened to the kids. Twould have been great to see the two discuss their almost “moment” last epi, but we must let the angst build, I guess. wow! The cast cleans up nicely, don’t they? “That...is a dress.” “Those are scrubs.” Lolz
  5. a few random musings Rahim’s last words for Eric were pretty ominous...or predictive given the fragile nature of Eric’s budding relationship with Adam. “Make sure he can catch you” or something like that. I guess he’s saying Eric is headed for a fall. Yeah, there’s a lot about their (Aric) relationship I don’t love that has already been covered by other posters, but generally speaking, I don’t like relationships where one of the parties has to do so much emotional heavy lifting. While it took courage for Adam to come out and proclaim his love for Eric in front of everyone, he won’t be mag
  6. I think the show makes sure that all the main characters have storylines which include the hospital and some other out-of-hospital element...except Helen. I don’t mind a little slow burn angst, but it seems like Helen is making the greater sacrifice in the Sharpwin dynamic.
  7. Rewatching now. Wish all the episodes were still available on Netflix. Great cast❤️
  8. I binged this show in about a week. Really enjoying the stride its found. I would watch an extended version of Will’s Distract Dem Kiddos Dance any day of the week.
  9. I watch this show through the same lens as I began watching Scandal in later seasons. As in, I watched it as a political fantasy...and the fact that I watch NA, medical drama fantasy, while I do other things (tweeting, chores) as well, probably aids in its deficiencies failing to bother me much. I do appreciate the spotlight on the different health care concerns of varying groups which exist outside the show, however. I don’t watch many medical dramas, but I doubt many of these shows “go there.” These moments aren’t without their flaws. I also appreciated seeing the injured black female cha
  10. Aw, man. I just started this and I like it, but it appears the boards are dead...
  11. I agree that this episode tied things up but also left openings and possibilities. But, I kinda just wanted to see more of the gang interacting without an immediate call for more action. Like those Golden Girls’ episodes that are reruns with their chit chat and joking in between. I love that Cooper returned and that Roberta has options. Love that Doc will make his way to his love and a new call to help the Waterkeepers. I totally agree that Warren has chem with everyone. Like those scenes with George, I was like, dang, that’s fire😊. I have to admit that I’m not heavily invested in Blac
  12. I honestly didn’t find this idea far fetched at all. At. All. Public executions, attended by families, some of whom took home souvenirs, happened in American history. What we have layered over it and throughout are technological advances which enhance the victimization, voyeurism, and groupthink/mob mentality. Though I’m not familiar with those British female criminals, I do know that the backlash for POC and women committing certain crimes is worse and that actress is both. I think its super effective that we only have parts of the story. Would it make a difference if she was also a vic
  13. I wonder if she’s some sort of Talker; if she was actually dead and came back. Why doesn’t she need biscuits then? Maybe Cooper fed her what she needed over the course of their time together...? I dunno, but I really want to know.
  14. The news about the series not being renewed colored my viewing of this episode, but my faves moments are: Estes’ knowing something had to be up seeing as Warren and George were collected so easily Murphy’s work with the talkers. He’s really come so far. I think he was able to control them because they were almost rabid (more Z like) w/o biscuits. Kaya and CZ’s hacking date inside the soda machine. Addy and Murphy trying to be civil with one another as they work together for the greater good. The bit about Cooper returning in the next episodes—been awaiting for that
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