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LexieLily

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  1. This show is not Miss America, Tyra, just stop it with the "tell me what you love about your wife, AJ!" and "how did you feel after that dance, Chrishelle?" and "what does RiRi do for you, Vernon?" Not to mention asking to see Nelly's shoes and Kaitlyn's foot. God, no wonder the judges were perpetually running out of time and barely allowed to judge. And I thought her first sexy gladiator outfit was god-awful enough, but then her second one was even worse. Why were the contestants all on their phones when the cameras cut to them in the "audience" when the other couples were dancing?
  2. Speaking of Lenny, they actually re-aired his episode of GGG (one of the very first ones, I think) not too long ago. It was mid-day during a GGG marathon. Re: the clip show: are they at the point where they are running out of new programming thanks to COVID?
  3. I'm confused by this show this year on a basic scheduling level, haha. Today's episode with nine bakers was two hours? Last's week's episode with ten bakers was two hours, but all the reruns of that episode are only one hour.
  4. I feel bad for the infant child they share and Christina/Tarek's kids who are getting their lives upended again, but who didn't see this coming when they first got together? It feels like they got together and she was pregnant five minutes after she divorced Tarek.
  5. Has the show even tried to explain the COVID-rules? They don't make much sense to me, to be honest. We've got the social distancing at the extended judges panel desk, no audience or celebrequarium or group dances or pro numbers, the couples are standing six apart from Tyra post-dance when they get their scores, and each dancer got their own bubble/square to hang out in when watching the other dances. But the pros and their celeb are, obviously, up close and personal during the dancing. Cheryl mentioned in an article that the DWTS pros that are married to each other (Pasha/Daniella, Sasha/Emma, and Val/Jenna) can't live together, but all the other pros can live in their homes. Peta can go home to Maks, Cheryl can go to her husband, etc. I don't understand the reasoning. Is DWTS springing for three hotel rooms for one person from each married couple? Say Jenna is eliminated the first week and Val sticks around until the semifinals, is Jenna stuck in a hotel room for two or three months or can she go home?
  6. Has the show even tried to explain the COVID-rules? They don't make much sense to me, to be honest. We've got the social distancing at the extended judges panel desk, no audience or celebrequarium or group dances or pro numbers, the couples are standing six apart from Tyra post-dance when they get their scores, and each dancer got their own bubble/square to hang out in when watching the other dances. But the pros and their celeb are, obviously, up close and personal during the dancing. Cheryl mentioned in an article that the DWTS pros that are married to each other (Pasha/Daniella, Sasha/Emma, and Val/Jenna) can't live together, but all the other pros can live in their homes. Peta can go home to Maks, Cheryl can go to her husband, etc. I don't understand the reasoning. Is DWTS springing for three hotel rooms for one person from each married couple? Say Jenna is eliminated the first week and Val sticks around until the semifinals, is Jenna stuck in a hotel room for two or three months or can she go home?
  7. Has the show even tried to explain the COVID-rules? They don't make much sense to me, to be honest. We've got the social distancing at the extended judges panel desk, no audience or celebrequarium or group dances or pro numbers, the couples are standing six apart from Tyra post-dance when they get their scores, and each dancer got their own bubble/square to hang out in when watching the other dances. But the pros and their celeb are, obviously, up close and personal during the dancing. Cheryl mentioned in an article that the DWTS pros that are married to each other (Pasha/Daniella, Sasha/Emma, and Val/Jenna) can't live together, but all the other pros can live in their homes. Peta can go home to Maks, Cheryl can go to her husband, etc. I don't understand the reasoning. Is DWTS springing for three hotel rooms for one person from each married couple? Say Jenna is eliminated the first week and Val sticks around until the semifinals, is Jenna stuck in a hotel room for two or three months or can she go home?
  8. Tyra is not good as the host of this show and too often she wanted to make everything about her, but are we really surprised at that? And also, for a supermodel that is supposedly all about high fashion (or at least she was on ANTM), that was a horrible pink-and-red pantsuit. P.S: Pasha's shell-shocked look of disbelief and inability to know what to do when Carole Baskin showed up in his rehearsal room was the best part of the entire night.
  9. I liked that one for the scene where Stottlemeyer pretty much threatened to pound Snoop if Monk went into that meeting with Murderess (or whatever his character name was) and came out worse than when he went in.
  10. I know, behind-the-scenes reasons with the Olson Twins - and frankly I don't blame them. They were literal babies when they started on Full House, don't have the same emotional attachment to the show as Candace/Jodie/Andrea/the men and Lori, and all the fourth-wall "Michelle isn't coming" jokes started to feel petty and mean-spirated after awhile). But unless Michelle had a HUGE estrangement with her sisters, father, uncle and aunt, and Joey between Full House and Fuller House, there isn't a good enough reason that not only would Michelle not come to her two sisters' wedding but that no one would mention her. And it's not just the wedding. It's the death of her brother-in-law / her oldest sister losing her husband. It's her middle sister having a baby, via the surrogate Kimmy Gibler of all people. The show never even referenced D.J. or Steph talking to Michelle on the phone, did they?
  11. LexieLily

    The NBA

    Rockets fan, so you can take my post from that perspective, but he is a key rotational player for the team and he is out two games in a playoff series for something the NBA has admitted they only have "circumstantial evidence" that he did (House opened his hotel door at some point during the night when the staffer was there.) House denied doing anything wrong and the female staffer didn't name or implicate House. The league wants their Lakers vs Clippers matchup, that much is obvious, but come on.
  12. The boys were all older than their counterpoint girl, I thought, so Bobby would be older than Cindy.
  13. If you're apologizing to me, there's no need 🙂 Like I said I've never watched this show or documentary so I honestly have no idea who she is and my only knowledge of her came from hearing her name all over the entertainment TV shows this summer.
  14. Krystin Burtt confirmed Carole Baskin. Poor Pasha. I know nothing about Tiger King or whatever it is called, I don't have Netflix, and all I know about this woman is that she is alleged to have killed her first husband and fed him to a tiger. I suppose after Tanya Harding, DWTS figured they had to move up in the world in targeting criminals.
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