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  1. Hell no. Just agreeing with your statement that it feels forced.
  2. Oh, god, this is SO TRUE. For a set of shows that can't keep the main characters out of each others' pants (cross-polinating to Med and Fire as needed), Atwater is a monk. The son (Wolf Snack) just comes across as too young; she's a college student and he feels like a high school kid. I hope they end up bonding over being stuck in Prehistoric Land with their overprotective parents and that's it.
  3. Assuming they aren't white-washing Jon Seda, Failed Pre-Med is at least half Latinx.
  4. Heh, given the wildlife, grenades might be necessary. Steel machetes, boar spears, recurve bows with steel-tipped arrows, weapons that can last without running out of "ammo". Land mines might not hurt for a defensive perimeter. And nah, Jesus can take care of himself :)
  5. Or, IDK, AIRDROP SOME SUPPLIES DOWN THE HOLE VIA PARACHUTE? They know that humans survived just dropping 20K feet (?) into the light and are walking around. Send medical supplies, food and water for now. Tents or pre-fab housing. Weapons. Jesus. Also, I hope they go clear out Dead Cave Guy. The gang is going to need more secure, defensible housing SOON. If the sloths here can fuck you up and the most defensible things you have are cars, they're just going to be snacks.
  6. You only get to play that "holding on to the past" card when you've HONESTLY apologized and are trying to do better and the other person keeps dredging it up. It doesn't work for "I can do whatever I want and if you don't like it, we'll blame you for wanting me held accountable".
  7. They've been infantilizing her since Reynolds was forced to ride herd on her after her diagnosis, but this time they set her up to be a parallel to an actual fucking helpless child.
  8. Boden old-manning his way through that made me wonder if someone's going to have a heart attack and free up the upper management at 51. We've been grumbling about 'too many lieutenants' for a while - they need to put Captain Casey in charge of the house to make room for Lt. Stella?
  9. Forget that, everything should have been resolved way before he lost his voice. Why wasn't everything already in Maggie's name? She should have had power of attorney for anything that was post-mortem or have had those documents already both digital and originals in a safe. They have a son that's a lawyer - this should all have been done way in advance (maybe not by David, but he'd know the right people). Nothing should be tucked away in private accounts that would require his personal password.
  10. She was trying to pretend she cared about his "stepdaughter". She couldn't even get through a sentence without messing up the little girl's deets. "...Leah..?" "Aliyah, Mom." And then there's Tyra declaring that she'll force her child to do whatever she wants. Jesus fuck, you'll be a winner of a mom there, college girl. "I don't care if you're unhappy and crying, you'll dance to make me happy, child!"
  11. Saint April, I saw that eye twitch when Will said the study is closed. How are you planning on getting self-righteous and holier-than-thou about that?
  12. Oh, look, Owen doesn't listen any better than his mom does! God, these people are all horrible. Ethan is so whipped by this new doctor. Even more than he is by April. (That's her real objection - only she gets to keep Ethan's balls in a jar. There are two, but she won't share.) Bets that a cursory background check on Dean would have shown he Doesn't Play Well With Others? (Looks like next week he starts the shit-stirring.) I love Dr. Charles, except for everything having to do with his kid. Then he's just another MedAsshole. He really is kind of a manupulative bitch with his ex.
  13. s4e4 - Paradise. HITG William Mapother and his wife get trapped in their cabin by Psycho Wil Wheaton. I have to give real props to the husband here. They sit down to room service breakfast, realize neither of them actually ordered the banana pancakes, which were the exact thing she was saying she wanted and he immediately said "Pack your shit, we're leaving" and followed through on it. A+ "I'm not an idiot; I've watches horror movies" skills
  14. And here you see where some types of abuse are dismissed because someone has it "not as bad". At least decent humans will allow you to be affected and scarred by your abuse, but you aren't willing to offer the same courtesy to other abuse victims? Is it that important to win the Abuse Olympics? Emotional abuse and neglect are equally horrible and more likely to make the victims feel like there's something wrong with them, not a failing of their abusers. Buck spent his entire life wondering what it was about him that, no matter what, his parents ignored him, didn't love him, and treated hi
  15. I was confused because people with amyloidosis GET liver transplants; they don't generally GIVE them. Having someone with amyloidosis give up a chunk of an organ is potentially cutting years off their life - they generally have a life expectancy of 10 years on the far side once diagnosed and one of those years should be spent trying to regrow their liver to full size? In someone with a disease that attacks the organs? Nice how they only gave a shit about whether it might not be an optimal organ for Augie. ETA The fact that we can detect pregnancy that early is probably causing a lot more
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