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  1. Catherine O'Hara did a livestream on Instagram last night in which she displayed Moira's vast vocabulary: https://www.cbc.ca/television/catherine-o-hara-gives-schitt-s-creek-fans-a-vocabulary-lesson-on-instagram-1.5523403
  2. I was wondering the same thing. Although I don't remember when she was born or how old she is supposed to be at this point. Might be too young to attend a movie premiere?
  3. It took me a while to figure out that it was Billie Lourd playing Fiona. It dawned on me about two seconds before she did the Bobbi Adler impression who she was and then when she did the impression I realized that she wasn't just Billie Lourd, she's also Debbie Reynold's granddaughter which made the casting even more sweet and inspired. I love that the show continues to sprinkle in little tributes to Debbie throughout the reboot. Overall I thought it was a decent episode, but I didn't understand how they had a storyline that overtly dismissed bisexuality when it's been canon that Karen is bisexual for pretty much the entirety of the show, to include this same episode where she talks about having sex with Stan and implying an affair with Jackie O.
  4. When Nick was taken away, and then when Frankie mentioned white collar crime, I thought for sure they were setting it up for Grace liquidating the penthouse apartment and Nick moving in with Grace and Frankie at the beach house on a year or so of house arrest. But with Sol and Robert moving in while their house is renovated, I'm not sure. I knew that Brianna wouldn't take the SF job because it would be too much to have her 500 miles from the rest of the family, so Mallory taking the job caught me off guard. I'm curious what they're planning to do with that. They barely mention her kids anymore, so I'm sure any question of uprooting them and moving to SF or custody arrangements with her ex will be swept up under the rug. It's not a bad flight from SF to San Diego, so maybe they will always be having her just flying down to SD when the storyline needs her to interact with the family?
  5. @chaifan, I tried to watch the new episodes via the Pop app on my Roku and I wasn't able to because I don't get the channel with my cable subscription (I'm in the US). So without any kind of cable subscription I would guess that you'd be out of luck too.
  6. They argue about the design, but ultimately end up with the same white shaker cabinets, marble countertop, and some variation of grey/white backsplash.
  7. I think you can look forward to this season after the last couple of dud seasons. The last two episodes of the season aren't as great, and I was disappointed when I learned that ep10 was the season finale, but the first eight are pretty good. This season is nowhere near where the show was 10 years ago, but it's certainly a step up from the last few seasons.
  8. Thanks for sharing that. As intriguing and cool as Maisel Day sounded, I assumed it would end up the way it did for the author. Good for her for getting as much accomplished as she did, and good for the other folks who stuck with it too.
  9. That has to be the strangest reason I've ever heard for cancelling a show. I get what he's saying and where he's coming from with his decision, but wow, that's a new one.
  10. I've always thought LLN was Latin Lover Narrator.
  11. Upon rewatch, I think my new favorite part of the episode was Holt's reaction to the podium prank. His hysterical laughter at the prank, followed by delightfully calling Kevin to share it with him, shows just how much character growth he's had since becoming Captain of the 99. Season 1 Holt would've never have found a work prank funny or appropriate. Between Andre Braugher's infectious laughter, to Holt telling Kevin "I'll tell you the entire story later" as if there's more to the story than what we heard him tell Kevin, I thought it was the perfect cold open.
  12. I finally caught up with this show after being consistently a couple episodes behind, and I'm really enjoying it. I don't know how, because I have been a theater/music theater fan since I was young, but I've never heard of Gwen Verdon or Bob Fosse until this show. I know their contemporaries, and I've seen quite a few of the movies they're associated with. Cabaret definitely stands out above all the rest, but I can't say that I ever knew who directed it, or what he contributed to the musical theater world. The only explanation I can think of is that I've never been much into the choreography side of musical theater because I happen to be terribly unrhythmic, so their work as dancer/choreographer has always been lost on me. I'm somewhat ashamed that I didn't know these two talents before, but am also excited now because it opens up a new chapter of musical theater history that I can dive into via books, youtube clips, and having a new frame of reference when rewatching their movies.
  13. I've been pleasantly surprised every season that this show has been renewed, so I'm just happy it has made it to four seasons. The writing and storylines have had their ups and downs over the years, and I'm hoping it goes out on a high note.
  14. I've watched the first episode and found it so painfully accurate that I had to stop after one and will pick up with episode 2 at a later date. I was starting 7th grade in 2000 as well and some of this stuff hit home so hard (music and clothing, mainly) that it was like I was back in middle school. I was confused by the actresses ages at first. For the first couple minutes of the show I thought I was going crazy and asked myself if these two were my ago or are they really mature looking teens. Once they got to school and were around age-appropriate actors I realized it was a deliberate choice to have the 30ish-year-old actresses play 13-year-olds, and that one or both of the two probably created the show based on their real life experiences. Totally agree with all of this. I too was worried that Maya was going to ditch Anna (even if she returned by the end of the episode), so it was a happy surprise that she didn't. I also loved that Maya calls Anna "Na". For some reason that really rang true for their ages. You really can't shorten Anna into anything other than Ann, but of course Maya calls her Na. I feel like in real life, 10 years after this period, one would randomly remember when Maya called Anna "Na" and they'd laugh about what a strange nickname choice it was. I had some weird nicknames for my friends too.
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