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  1. You have a very good point. I don't think people think about the time you spend cleaning (even parts of the house rarely used) when you have more square footage than you need. And hiring a housekeeper is risky for her, as she could have some of her secrets spilled, so to speak. Finding someone trustworthy might not be easy. This is one reason among others I am happy in my little home. Much easier to pay for and much less time cleaning.
  2. This was not my favorite episode. I think having Higgins do that was just annoying and distracted from the episode which was weaker than some of the others anyway.
  3. I agree with you, but was just agreeing with a previous poster that given how they handled everything that I was surprised that Ally was chosen over James, his situation excluded.
  4. I totally agree. I was watching the end on mute, and actually thought James had gone through from what I could see. So when I quickly watched the end, I was in shock they chose Ally. I mean James has been the show's main "star" all of the way through, I figured their is no question he would go through based on his dancing, great attitude, and what he brings to the show. Their loss for sure now.
  5. I wanted to add that I could not remember how far along James wife was, but it sounds like the baby was due in April so pretty far along. When I heard she was in the hospital, I guessed that something must have happened, and news articles do say that her life was at risk. That is a lot for them to go through, so in the end I can see how leaving the show will be best for him, but it is a sad end to the show. I saw a family picture, and wow their kids are adorable.
  6. I agree. She has been harsh on Hannah in a weird way--not just this is how you can do better, but she does make it a personal critique every time. And you could feel in that rehearsal footage when Carrie was pushing at her Hannah just wanted to say--you make me so damn uncomfortable. As for this season, it really has been quite lackluster, esp since my favorite is gone and now I am left with Kel, who I hardly notice for some reason, Ally, who has always gotten on my nerves, the country singer, who bores me, and well, that leaves me actually liking Hannah. (she doesn't bother me as she does others here)
  7. How are they fitting all of those in from February to "spring" where they say Magnum will come back on? I am so confused. lol
  8. I am guessing because otherwise why would it be so short? Our household liked MacGyver though, so we will miss it (and do right now as well).
  9. CBS update for MacGyver--super short season ahead: if MacGyver is going to end soon enough to allow Magnum to continue--given that this is starting in February, means there can't be that many episodes of Mac. MACGYVER, a reimagining of the classic series starring Lucas Till in the title role, Tristin Mays, Justin Hires, Meredith Eaton, Levy Tran and Henry Ian Cusick, returns for its fourth season Friday, Feb. 7 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). The same night, HAWAII FIVE-0 moves to its new time period (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT). MAGNUM P.I. will return in the spring after MACGYVER concludes its season run.
  10. Here is your answer (from a cbs update)--see below. The only thing that makes no sense to me is that Magnum would have had close to a full season under its belt by February-- so for it to return after MacGyver finishes its season in the spring, makes no sense--since MacGyver is starting so late in February. That is the shortest season ever for an existing show that was renewed and doing okay in the ratings. Anyway, well good for Magnum, kind of a bummer for MacGyver (I like both shows). MACGYVER, a reimagining of the classic series starring Lucas Till in the title role, Tristin Mays, Justin Hires, Meredith Eaton, Levy Tran and Henry Ian Cusick, returns for its fourth season Friday, Feb. 7 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). The same night, HAWAII FIVE-0 moves to its new time period (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT). MAGNUM P.I. will return in the spring after MACGYVER concludes its season run.
  11. The thing I like about the remaining dancers, now that we have gotten rid of Sean, is that none of them have a huge voting block. It will be more about the general audience thoughts on who they like, who they enjoy watching, etc. As for Ally, I think it won't matter if they keep her scores high, as the scores are all relatively high, and I don't think she has the votes they want her to have.
  12. I don’t know what the answer is but I am so glad MacGyver is coming back. I wish they hadn’t sacrificed one for the other and had put both somewhere on the schedule. My guess is that they will do a shorter season with fewer repeats than normal.
  13. I didn't care for it at all. And yes you are probably right about the ratings, but regardless Tori thinks it was ratings gold, lol. I am pretty sure if the show continues, it will just lose viewers over time and not last all that long.
  14. I agree. I think that too. Because many of them want to get the rental income at the highest point of the year, which means they basically will not be using it much. But even if you are blocking out your dates, I still think at that point it is just an investment because it really isn't your home at that point (you might as well stay at someone else's house and not have to do all of the work to keep up the home for renters). lol
  15. I am late to this thread as I never knew there was one for this show, lol. I watch every new episode, and I, too, always think of the hurricanes when watching this show. I think how nice it would be to have a beach house, until a hurricane comes and some areas are constantly rebuilding. My only other issue with this show is that so many of the people claim they are buying the house so their family has a place to go, but then they also want a rental. You can't realistically do both--in other words--if you are renting it out on the regular you aren't going to get much use out of it. Plus at that point it is more like staying at someone else's house as you are sharing your home with a bunch of strangers. At that point, I would have no interest in buying a home/paying for the upkeep to then not fully enjoy my home knowing that who knows what went on there. For me it is either a rental for investment or you have the home solely for your family to use as a real home.
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