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  1. "A wed wose… how womantic." OK, I'll stop now. πŸ˜‚
  2. LOLOL Mongo only pawn in game of life.
  3. This! +1000% I also don't want to see her sanctimonious ass, I don't want to see FiveHead, I don't want to see Lacey's silicone boobs/butt/lips, I don't want to see the Chain Smoker, I don't want to see any of these over-exposed nothings. Especially with five minutes of flashbacks and 3.7 seconds of new material. Not only in her face, but while holding the youngest one. That really bothered me. I kept yelling at the screen for them to put the kids down and argue out of their hearing/sight. One can only imagine the life-long effects that tension will have on those children and their emotional development. Granted, the littlest one was too young to understand the 'No, FuckYOU!' battle at max volume, but they could certainly pick up on the atmosphere and know something was wrong. Those kids are much more perceptive than their shitty parents think.
  4. If my choices were being a lonely 40-something roomie with no family and being miserable all the time -or- going back to Gabby? I know which one I'd pick. πŸ€ͺ
  5. Sorry, but I truly am sick of the Sister Monica Joan character. Somewhat humorous in the earlier seasons, she's now become a parody of herself. Or, as she might put it: Verily, one becomes besotted with the approbation ascribed to one's clever witticisms and pithy rejoinders which now simply seem to alienate oneself from colleagues of lesser verbosity. Or, as Nurse Crane might say: "Bollocks! What's the old crone nattering about now?"
  6. Because age isn't always a limiting factor. You can even claim one of your parents as a dependent under the right circumstances. Exactly. And if the Air Force found out about it and declared it as fraud then Vince would be a in a whole lot of trouble.
  7. It's complicated and also depends to some degree upon which branch of the service you're in. I can't remember for sure which unfortunate branch had to claim Vince. But in most cases you can adopt a child and claim them as a dependent if certain conditions are met. Some of those are based on age, percentage of support, and whether the dependent is in an institution of higher learning, for example. Puppy was definitely in an institution but I'm not sure it qualifies as higher learning. I'm guessing that Vince just heard about the increase in Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) that all service members get when you have a dependent(s) and figured if he just adopted Puppy they'd give him an extra $500 per month. The trick would be either making sure Puppy met all the criteria (not likely) or he'd just make up the details. I doubt the folks in the payroll department would just take his word for it. Although with him being in a super-secret-can't-tell-you-what-I-really-do type of job, who knows? Anyway, for the morbidly curious, here's a little more info about how dependency is determined. https://www.dfas.mil/militarymembers/SecondaryDependency/SDC/
  8. I do think that Rachel's potty mouth may indicate a personality disorder. It seems like a person in a leadership position or critical job should present a more professional attitude and never say things in front of their shipmates like: β€œLife is like a sh*t sandwich. The more bread you have, the more sh*t you have to eat.” β€œYou can drive a straight pin up my ass with a 10-pound sledgehammer.” ” I would rather drag my dick through 10 miles of whiskey bottles.” "We’ve screwed the pooch so many times we should have a litter of fucking puppies running around here." "Those two could fuck up a two car funeral." Her meltdown in the galley could have been done with a little more fucking tact, know what the hell I mean?
  9. He was. He also explained on social media that when he does that, he turns over command of the boat to the First Officer. Any issues that came up would be dealt with by that person. I don't think Lee really wanted to do the wine guzzling but probably felt the priority was to keep the guests happy.
  10. Not to mention the ridiquolous mother who thought she had to qreate new names that begin with Q. "Excuse me, but I'm saving that seat for my daughter Quadrophenia." "Who?" "Exactly." (Some of you might be old enough to get that. 😝 )
  11. I'd say she looks rougher. And that is a very low bar, folks. 😎
  12. Excellent idea. TV gods, please make it so.
  13. I see what you did there. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ Yes. Yes, she was.
  14. That was a seriously rough looking bunch of ladies in the kitchen with Brittany. Don't know if they were all ex-cons but... wow. Talk about typecasting. Maybe they were auditioning for a new series, Blonde Is The New Red.
  15. It's been bugging me that April's face seemed unnaturally bright when she is wearing that hood and hazmat suit. Didn't seem like others wearing one were quite as visible. So this episode I paid more attention to the shots when she had the hood on and... bingo! If you look closely when the camera catches her from a lower angle you can see a row of LED lights inside the hood just above the clear part of the visor. Somehow I doubt that is standard issue for a hazmat suit. And all this time I thought it was just because she has such a glowing personality. πŸ˜‚
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