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  1. I really wanted to smack Stephen -- he wants to bring his food to "the masses." How patronizing can you be? I thought Adriana's first two rounds were outstanding and Stephen's entree was criticized by all the judges, yet somehow he won. Disappointing.
  2. The sundae was the only thing that appealed to me. About inviting friends in ... on the TWOP Board years ago that was such an issue. You enjoyed them, found them distracting, they were indicators of Ina's insecurities, she only invited rich people, and the list went on.
  3. I've also noticed that the entry door in the NY apartment changes. In the Mother's Day episode it's in one spot and the door off the living room is the kitchen where Sal is putting on a shirt with sleeves. In the episode where Dorothy announces she's pregnant, she and Stan come in that door and the young guy who asked her out leaves by the same door, so it's obviously not the kitchen then. In Clinton Avenue Memories, Sophia and Dorothy are clearly standing in a hallway.
  4. I guess we should be thankful writers never got into how old Blanche was when she and George got married and the ages and order of their kids.
  5. Yes, ages shift a lot. For instance, in the Mrs. George Deveraux episode, Dorothy says very specifically, "I'm a woman in her 50s." Drive you crazy trying to keep track of ages, whether it's the kids or the "girls."
  6. Except for Mr. Matsumo and Sophia, this was one of my least favorite episodes, although Rose taking charge was kind of funny.
  7. Agreed, plus I also thought it was odd that once the guys were introduced as relatives they weren't invited to dinner right away. It was rude and, yes, I know this is a sit-com and there were plot reasons, but still.
  8. There seems to be a connection between Catherine and Tom that I may have missed. During their one scene, she called him Tommy and, I think, patted his shoulder or back. Not in a sexual way, but as someone who has known him a long time.
  9. Didn't Patricia Heaton and Kelsey Grammar co-star as TV anchors in a one-season show called -- I think -- Over to You some years ago? Or am I making that up?
  10. I finally watched this last night and there are really no words except that when Maggie is my favorite character something is off-kilter. The other good thing was minimal Meredith, although it looks as if Dr. Sun will be saving Richard. As somebody posted above, this sure seems neurological so call in Amelia and Tom, please.
  11. So agree with this. In fact, I'm embarrassed for Blanche when she does her number on the piano. I know Rue said it was one of her favorites and many, many have said they love it, but I cringe because all I see is a mega-needy person. Don't get me wrong, I love Blanche, but on my goodness!
  12. Blanche would never have bought that dress -- not her style. Having said that, it looks better on Dorothy, but it still wasn't a great choice.
  13. The sex-every-night story and the living-in-a-burning-building story represent lazy writing. I do understand what they were to accomplish, not the least of which was to confirm how stupid Rose is, but I cringe whenever these come up.
  14. About no one reporting Alex missing: I doubt if the police would take any report seriously which began with "He hasn't returned my texts or phone calls." Now that Jo knows he was never at his mother's, the larger question is did he ever intend to go there? Since that's all the information Jo has to give police, then just maybe law enforcement would look around, check local hospitals, etc., but not for long. I watch enough crime shows to know a situation like this falls into the domestic dispute/he's an adult and can do what he wants category.
  15. This Amelia/Linc go-round is so contrived that I've even wondered if the writers are heading toward telling us that her brain tumor is back.
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