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  1. DancingBaptist

    S13 E12: Time's Up

    It’s the Afterbuzz TV Aftershow. They do podcasts for a lot of television shows including this one. http://www.afterbuzztv.com/shows/dallas-cowboys-cheerleaders-after-show
  2. DancingBaptist

    S13 E12: Time's Up

    I listened to more of the podcast. When they got to the part where they mentioned Yuko’s car accident and concussion, they were like, “Who’s Yuko?” ? They’re not exactly the most knowledgeable folks regarding DCC. At least, they seem well intentioned.
  3. DancingBaptist

    S13 E12: Time's Up

    I was just listening to the Afterbuzz podcast episode for this episode. They mentioned the part about Lily being cut. They were like, “Who? Who’s Lily?” If you didn’t know her cut was coming and hadn’t been paying super close attention throughout the season, you would have no idea who Lily was. It’s obnoxious how much time was spent on so few people.
  4. DancingBaptist

    S13 E13: Game Day

    Briana, we hardly know you. It’s a shame.
  5. I have a higher quality gif of Kashara’s “Sassy! Sassy!” I couldn’t post it because it was over .98MB.
  6. DancingBaptist

    S13 E12: Time's Up

    I’ve not watched all of the seasons like everyone has. I haven’t seen Kelli cut a vet and suggest she tryout the next year.
  7. If she is involved with recruiting SMU football players, her activities would pertain to potential recruits, not the people already playing at SMU. The NCAA has very tight restrictions on when football recruits can be contacted. I would assume it requires a lot of planning and organization. According to the NCAA Recruiting Calendar, there are strict dead, quiet, and contact periods to organize. The first dead period when there is no contact (I think) is August 1-31. June may be prime time for organization and booking travel and lodging for coaches and scouts to evaluate or meet the players. I would imagine the recruiting schedule would be quite different than a regular football schedule.
  8. I call Rachel and Molly "the clones." (I've been watching too much Orphan Black lately.) I think Rachel and Molly know they look alike. In group photos, they are often together. I think I saw a comment on a photo once where one of them joked about being the other's twin.
  9. I’m not sure how to embed tweets, much less more than one of them. I thought this would interest the folks who aren’t active on the Twitter Machine.
  10. I just found an article from last year called "19 Things The Dallas Cowboys Prefer You Forgot About Their Cheerleaders." https://www.thesportster.com/football/19-things-the-dallas-cowboys-prefer-you-forgot-about-their-cheerleaders/ #9 is that the cheerleaders lack "job security." They have to re-audition every year, stay in shape and on their game along with the incoming rookies, and there is a picture of Tara. This part of the article is really bizarre.
  11. DancingBaptist

    S10.E05: Becoming World Class

    When some people become anxious, their brains shut down. It's a survival mechanism built into all of us which should only kick in during dire circumstances, but if a person is more sensitive, the brain goes blank. It doesn't happen to everyone, but it's fairly common in creative-minded people. I think that is what happened with Megan B. That's why she seemed kind of spacey and hard to follow. Most of us didn't notice her until this episode. She probably hadn't had any negative attention on her until something was said about her dreamy face which is one of the most mild criticisms I've ever heard of a TCC, if it is a criticism at all. Megan B. seemed to take it as a criticism. When she went into the meeting with Kelli and Judy, she her anxiety level was probably through the roof, and her brain shut down. I agree with the person who posted earlier regarding Kelli's, "We're looking for leaders" comment. They can't have 36(?) leaders. That is a dysfunctional organization. They need 36 confident people. Anxiety issues are extremely difficult for performers to overcome. It's not just overcoming publicly performing in front of millions. It's learning how to properly interpret what is and isn't criticism and how to deal with that. There is that mental toughness stuff that Jason Garrett was talking about. It's hard to do if your amygdala isn't behaving how it should.