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  1. It's been a while since I've watched The Mentalist, but I remember thinking that Simon Baker was over the show a couple of seasons before it ended. I thought the same about Jonny Lee Miller and Elementary. Both shows hung on longer than they probably should have.
  2. He comes across a bit cold to me. Maybe he's uncomfortable with the cameras.
  3. I didn't say they were getting a pass from everyone, I said "from most people". I think the majority of people seem to be fine with what the cookout is doing. I don't read Reddit or Twitter. On those, are the people complaining about the cookout the majority, or the minority? I have seen others on here who aren't thrilled with the mindset of the cookout, but it seems to be the minority. Have I missed a bunch of posts that would make that view the majority? If so, I will correct my post with my apologies for not paying enough attention. Also, as for everyone being up in arms, I don't think anyo
  4. I don't get why this season's majority alliance gets a pass (from most people) on this behavior. In the past, when there's an alliance of people who are white, anytime a person of color is evicted, there are generally very ugly labels thrown on the alliance. These labels are applied whether or not any race specific bigotry has reared its ugly head. It seems that the bigotry is assumed. However, this season, when the majority alliance specifically states they are targeting all people who don't share the same skin color, not so much on the recriminations. I guess if you have a "good reason" this
  5. It seemed from the show that DerekX and Claire are starting to put things together. Maybe they'll clue SB in to the fact that the three of them plus Alyssa are going to be picked off because they're not the right color. If so, she might hear Kyland's (assumed) nominee manipulation in a different way. It's about time for somebody to wake up to what's going on and make the game at least somewhat more interesting than the uninterrupted roll it's on now. Come on SB, shake this snooze fest up!
  6. Person of Interest Loved this show. Then, towards the end of season 3, they brought in the Samaritan plot which took up all of the oxygen and killed the show. It was a slow, painful death. I had been looking for the show on various channels to re-watch the first couple of seasons but, after learning the beliefs of Jim Caviezel, I don't think I would enjoy the show in quite the same way. Pity.
  7. I wonder if the second veto could be used on the replacement nominee.
  8. A surgeon wouldn't operate on a family member, a judge wouldn't preside over a case involving someone they had a relationship with, etc. Nobody thinks they should lose their jobs because they can't cover those particular cases. As soon as AC became a scandalous news story, he shouldn't have been covered by CC, and he wasn't. For one hour a day. One. There is plenty of coverage on that story on all the other CNN programs, and plenty of other news for CC to cover on his show. Calls for CC to lose his job seem more than a bit ridiculous to me.
  9. I was excited to see the show was coming back until I saw Tamar Braxton was on it. I just can't.
  10. He was definitely very vocal about being finished in subsequent challenges. It was funny. I had forgotten about him objecting to his loss.
  11. He had a mental lapse and didn't call out to Jeff that he was finished. She did. He didn't put up a fuss, probably because he recognized he messed up, but I wouldn't consider that letting her win.
  12. For me, it just wasn't fun watching an alcoholic be an alcoholic.
  13. The naturally annoying voices mostly get a pass from me (yes, even Nicole F.) It's the affected upspeaking, vocal frying, exaggerated glottal stopping annoying voices that I judge quickly and harshly. Just stop it!!
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