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  1. I love their podcast. It's enjoyable for me even when I haven't seen the movie or occasional TV show. Be careful though. If you really, really, really love a movie and can't bear any criticism, skip it if you aren't sure you can appreciate it in a new light. They are fun to listen to but make keen observations. Always assume it was meant as a compliment.
  2. Same! Audio won't play. Download takes me back to the home screen. Both Stitcher and Podcast Addict have last week's as the most recent.
  3. Kelly and Donna look like madams at the Bunny Ranch (or what I would imagine them to look like based on TV and movies).
  4. I recently started watching Witches of East End because Sarah has mentioned it on the podcast. I'm loving it. I, too, teared up when Sarah talked about going out to vote.
  5. I still have my extension that turns any "Trump" picture into kittens. So, the "Trump finger" caption has yielded me a full page of absolutely delightful kitten pictures. Too many to share them all but, here is one particularly adorable substitution.
  6. Not too long ago, Lifetime did a remake of Mother May I Sleep with Danger? They ran the original and and the remake as a double feature. I screamed during the original when we got a Tori Spelling trademarked "heeen" in it.
  7. Flamingo

    S01.E21: Alley Cats

    I love everything about this post.
  8. Oh, right, I completely forgot about that storyline. Thanks for the reminder. Now I remember there was something about that that seriously bugged but I don't care enough to revisit the episode for a refresher.
  9. No, Val, you absolutely do not owe Noah an apology. It's nice of you to bring Donna flowers but she so doesn't deserve them. Please, make friends with other people. Only on 90210 can someone develop an opioid addiction, overdose, and recover in two weeks. I guess since someone can be raped, the case reviewed, a civil court trial happen, and the actual victim apologize to the rapist in roughly the same amount of time; it all checks out.
  10. I don't think Kelly really needs to be worried about a newborn, healthy, white baby not immediately getting a loving family that will be there to pick him up when he cries. I'm sure the waiting list is long.
  11. If I recall correctly, she had decided to have an abortion; but, since it was the '90s, all women on teen driven shows were rewarded with a miscarriage before they actually went through with the abortion. This absolved anyone from having to go through with making a valid, legal choice on TV. You get the win for considering it but not the hassle for going through with it. It also gives Kelly many opportunities to be all sad about what could have been when it fits the narrative/her motives in the most annoying way possible.
  12. I agree. I was so happy to get a nice long episode this week. Keep up the good work! Me three! Truly a highlight of the week.
  13. This episode enrages me. These people are the worst. The decent human being code is that you give the benefit of the doubt to the person who says they were raped. I don't care if you've ever had sex with the person before or how drunk you are. When the other party is just that wasted, they can't give consent. It's just that simple. The way Noah is portrayed as another victim and how very few of these jerks have any empathy for Valerie makes my blood boil. Instead of acting like the real victim, he should be asking who drugged Valerie and why. Why are they acting like this was a simple misunderstanding of Noah not realizing she had been drugged? Why does he have no shame? And why is Donna angrier that he simply slept with someone else than she is that he raped someone? And, Kelly, with all her past issues should be Valerie's number one supporter. I seriously hate these people and the message they are sending. I can't even with the police brutality story line.
  14. How does no one point out all the times Kelly cheated or got involved with someone who was cheating? I'm not defending Brandon, he's awful and can go eat bees, and Kelly has every right to be hurt and feel betrayed but her sanctimony kills me. Also, where was Donna's anger and judgement all those times Kelly was the cheater? I hate the situational ethics and morality of these idiots. I do like Brandon and Kelly together for the sole reason it saves two other people from them.
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