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  1. Now I strangely want to see Henry having a go at coaching via Zoom. Birthday prezzie?
  2. I think I remember them saying something in the first half about a heart issue related to his drinking. Or I'm hallucinating. Either or.
  3. Nice to be reminded of a Rupert who isn't a slimy POS. Absolute props to ASH for doing such an amazing job of making me hate Rebecca's ex.
  4. Just finished a rewatch of the original run and something in S4 is really bothering me. In The Last Damn Job, Eliot and Sophie were both very "oh, Nate, you can't kill Dubenich and Latimer. You'll lose part of yourself." Yet in The 10 Li'l Grifters Job, they both think that Nate killed the mark and barely batted an eye. Or at least they acted like he had and there was no philosophical angst. The mark was dead, Nate didn't have an alibi, and was in the right place at the wrong time, and they were all just "we'll get you out of this." Which good, but Nate had no reason to kill the mark in 10 Li'
  5. No Charges for Timothy Hutton Thought someone might be interested.
  6. Disagree. I was quite happy with Loki growing and healing and changing and becoming more than the afterthought, the shadow, the one who fails so others can be their best selves, the flea hanging on to the back of the dragon. I dearly, desperately want to see where this Loki goes. I do believe Loki will hang on to the growth he went through. He won't revert back to 2011/2012 Loki whatever happens going forward. But... I think that, for me at least, the problem I have with the finale is that even with everything Loki went through and learned, he still ended the series exactly where he sta
  7. I only have one word for the season finale of Loki and that is bereft. I generally prefer letting a story play out fully before making any judgements. One story cannot tell all stories after all. Looking over the whole series, I do think the story was rushed. Usually, I like a shorter season. It lets the writers, actors, directors, and producers get into the story, get out, and execute it well. At least, more often than not. Here though I think they were more interested in getting to the “cool” stuff – Lady Loki, Classic Loki, Kid Loki, Alligator Loki, ‘He Who Remains’ – and setting up th
  8. Methuselah, the oldest person recorded in the Bible.
  9. Irrefutable proof that he is Not A Good Guy. Also, what the hell was Bess wearing? Whoever came up with that - designer, costumer - needs a time out or something, cause that was stupid looking as well as poorly designed.
  10. I've always thought that had something to do with the "issues" with the movie. Yes, pregnancy is going to throw a monkey wrench into a production schedule, yes, he even had a right to be not pleased about it, but there were better ways of handling it than the assassination of Cordelia's character, which IMO is exactly what he did. I don't remember where, but I heard that her absence from three episodes in S3, when she went on vacation with Groo, was because she had a miscarriage. So it's not like Joss didn't know that her getting pregnant was a possibility.
  11. All the needed to do to show us it was Eileen was have Sam sign something when he looks back during catch. Not even a line of dialogue needed.
  12. Zari 2.0 is a much more capable second-in-command to Sara whether she's proved it or not.
  13. Meg Foster, the original Cagney on Cagney and Lacey. I don't remember how long she was in the role, but it was recast with Sharon Gless, who is amazing.
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