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  1. Mothra

    S02.E24: Inmate or Soulmate?

    Now which one is this? I head one of them say she was a "mumble" model--I think it was the one with the inflated lips--and I watched *twice* but still couldn't figure out what the hell kind of model or "model" she was. The woman with all the sisters sells sunglasses? They showed some of her ads and those could have been jerkoff ads as well, but I think she is genuinely gorgeous, and I like her personality, too. So sue me.
  2. Mothra

    S01.E12: Baby, Come Back!

    I doubt that parents Jihoon will press the matter. They are so sweet and good. They are the best thing that could have happened to Dracula--they will give her attention and calm her down. I bet after a year, she will be a lovely well-behaved child in spite of her mother. I don't know whether it's the same now or what, but I knew a Korean dad of a small boy about 50 years ago, and his kid was wild. He told me that in Korea children and their bad behavior were indulged until they were school-age, when they were expected to begin to be civilized--and by god, that's what happened to his kid. His little boy had watched a WW2 movie on TV, and one morning Lee woke up to his son peeing on his face. "You dirty Jap" the kid yelled at his father. Lee laughed it off because the kid was too young to understand. Dracula will be a piece of cake compared to Lee's kid.
  3. Mothra

    S02.E24: Inmate or Soulmate?

    I need a cheat sheet. As usual, I can't keep their names straight. I hope that as the season progresses I'll figure them out, but right now all I can say is to echo the poster who announced that these were the saddest lot so far. I was at Joanne's to buy upholstery fabric, and the lady in front of me was buying I swear to god exactly the material that big woman with all the sisters was wearing--not sequins exactly but totes sparkles and bright colors--I thought of King Cake at Mardi Gras (which always looks so luscious but tastes like shit--and I wondered what in the hell she was going to make out of it. I tried to find out--"wow! that is fantastic material!" but she wasn't biting, but now I know. Also, I corresponded with an inmate but it was Danny Rolling, the butcher of Gainesville, and I wanted to know about any abuse he'd suffered as a child, but all I could get out of him was (a) he didn't do it; it was a being called Gemini that took over his body and (b) a guy near him on death row who had murdered an abortion doctor was a real pain in the ass because he cried all the time. No money changed hands either way.
  4. Darcy, Stacy, whoever. She's lucky I don't refer to her as Drascilla.
  5. Well, yeah. A nipple changes everything. I wouldn't show a nipple. He asked for cleavage, and I thought that's what she showed him. But a nipple... that's just nasty. But if she had shown a nipple, wouldn't Stacy have mentioned that? I just thought it was Stacy--who shows anybody who's walking past her on the street--more cleavage than her friend showed to Tom was being a little ingenuous here. I mean, one time my friend Butch pulled down my bikini top when we were all swimming in the river, and it was funny, it truly was (you had to be there) until Butch realized that all our car keys had been threaded on my bikini top strings and therefore we had no way to get home. Now *that* was funny.
  6. Mothra

    S03.E04: Little Lies

    Oh, Mamadrama, I'm in love. I think I've found my soulmate. Check your paypal account for the six billion dollars I've sent you and let me know when you've bought your ticket to Belize. emoji times a thousand (I don't know how to do them)
  7. I don't know what's wrong with me, but I didn't think Tom's asking to see Darcy's friend's cleavage--that's what he asked to see, not her tits--was so awful. And I don't know why Darcy was so pissy about it. I thought it was kind of funny, and I was a little surprised that her friend complied, but I wasn't scandalized by it as Darcy seemed to be. I think my response would have been "Oh fuck you, Tom" or "Let's see what you're packing first." Maybe I just run with a trashier crowd than Darcy does, although that's hard to imagine.
  8. Mothra

    S01.E12: Baby, Come Back!

    I don't know what the story is with Sumit, either--he didn't have that great a job to start with, but whose idea was it to ditch their only source of income to move into what he described as an expensive apartment so he could "spend more time with Jenny?" It smacks to me of producer-drive because it doesn't seem like anything a sane person would do. And what about Jenny? She's 60, I think, and plenty of American women of that age are working full-time. Did she expect to find a job in India right away? Her $6000 cushion must be getting pretty flat by now--does she know what the requirements for an alien to be able to work in India are? And why wasn't the issue of her getting a job addressed while Sumit was there with her in the apartment? Were they just too busy with the jiggy-jiggy? I hope she brought plenty of K-Y; a woman her age is probably not pumping out much estrogen, and the extra lubrication would be a blessing. Seems to me she'd be a welcome employee at Sumit's call center, what with her American accent and all. Edited to add: Now that I've caught up with reading all the previous posts, I realize that everything I say has been said before, often more clearly. Sorry folks; move along. Nothing to see here.
  9. Mothra

    S01.E12: Baby, Come Back!

    I tried on a top at Target or someplace and was about to ask for a discount because the sleeves were torn. Then I realized they were supposed to be that way. Maybe these women are wearing them because that's all that's sold in lower-market stores like Target or Walmart. And no, I would never wear one either. I just don't see the point.
  10. Mothra

    S01.E12: Baby, Come Back!

    I'm sure this is the case with Pole and Kreeny, too. Like Ronald and Tiffany, they had a home with parents, and while they may have longer to have their own place, neither couple was in any position to house-hunt. Of course, neither couple was in any position to procreate, either. And now that I think of it, Deaven's pressing Jihoon about affording an apartment--she had some shitty remark about he had nine months to save money for them (does she know what he does for a living?)--probably was a producer's idea, too. And I want to me too the Family Jihoon's fan club. Deaven doesn't deserve them. Edited to add: And while I'm thinking about, does any one of the Americans live on their own *before* going overseas? Jenny lives with her daughter; Laura with her son; Pole, Tiffany and Deaven with parents. And so on. Maybe none of them truly understands what it takes to rent a place on your own.
  11. Mothra

    S01.E12: Baby, Come Back!

    Yeah, the "pre-eclampsia" I referred to is high blood pressure that can develop late in pregnancy and it is often the reason for a caesarean section. An "emergency" c-section isn't always life-threatening; my emergency c-section was performed because my baby was in full breech position and had a really big head. And it was no big deal. I think she works hard at making Jihoon feel guilty.
  12. Mothra

    S01.E12: Baby, Come Back!

    Nude leggings? Nice move, Jenny. Not really side-ass, then, but who wants to look close enough to realize it? She might as well have had nothing on under her kurta. An Indian family lived across the street from us, and the kurta with pants was one of the most attractive outfits I've ever seen. Flattering to every body type, and beautiful fabrics.
  13. Mothra

    S01.E12: Baby, Come Back!

    In Kreeny's defense, accepting the fact that her husband refuses to learn the language of the country they're living in (although she has made efforts to learn English--we even saw her in an English class, iirc), I suspect moving back home to her parents where she knows she and her baby will have a roof over their heads and food to eat is a smart decision. I don't see how he is damned if he does, since he hasn't *done* anything. He first of all needs to learn the language, and he's had several years in which to do that. Afaik, he has made zero effort to learn Portuguese--"it's hard!!"--to which Kreeny rightly responded "so is English!" He came back to the US to earn some money for them to live on, which he didn't. We learned his job was as a part-time shit shoveler for a farmer. He doesn't have the excuse that he doesn't speak the language. We know it's hard for him to find a good job with his criminal record--so what was he doing looking for a wife in the first place, knowing he could not support a family, in the US or elsewhere? There are programs in the US to help felons find work--I know because my uncle worked for the WV dept. of rehabilitation, which did exactly that--but Pole doesn't seem to have made any effort to get help in finding a job. We know that there are employers--like the trash-hauling guy on Hoarders--who seek out ex-cons to give them a fresh start, but as far as we know Pole hasn't looked for that kind of help, either. I think Kreeny is right--Pole doesn't want to find a job. Pole has obvious mental-health issues, and there are social-service agencies that help people with those problems find work, too--maybe not the kind of job that will support a family, but at least a job where he can earn some money. And those are just the things I can think of off the top of my head about what Pole has *not* done. Yes, he's damned because he doesn't, but it seems to me that there's plenty he can *do* without being damned. I'm no fan of Kreeny--why in hell would she not use birth control knowing that she and her husband had no money coming in?--but it seems to me that any ugliness she's exhibiting toward Pole is more than justified.
  14. Mothra

    S01.E12: Baby, Come Back!

    I'm not. I think part--a big part--of whatever's wrong with him involves having zero awareness of how he comes across to other people, how weird his decisions are to the rest of the world. Part of being crazy is not realizing you're crazy Plus being filmed is the only way he's getting any money at all. I wonder if he can be paid in Brazil, where he does not have the legal right to earn money?
  15. Mothra

    S01.E12: Baby, Come Back!

    I know--we got side ass!! And we know she has long pants--no wonder none of the rickshaws would pick her up--she looked like a particularly desperate prostitute. It was a lovely tunic, and it clearly was meant as as top, not as a dress. She really does think she's a teenager. Edited to add: Every time Deaven referred to her fucking *planned* caesarean section as surgery that had to be performed right away because the baby could die and she could die, I figured the baby had a heart problem or something. But no--it was a *planned caesarean section*. She never mentioned that it was a planned birth. She made it sound like emergency life-saving surgery without mentioning that it's a fairly common way for babies to be born; that two weeks isn't all that early (my last c section was one week early, and I didn't have pre-eclampsia). It just seemed like she was laying it on thick to make Jihoon feel bad and say "I'm sorry" for the millionth time. And Dracula seemed calmer with the baby. Maybe having some competition for parental attention will be good for that poor child.
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