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Mrs. DuRona

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  1. Jamie is the most 21 a 21 year old can be. Sheesh. Rudi, girl. When Matt said "I want to go on that date with you", he was responding to your perfect date (which, funnily enough, was my and my husband's second date!), not stating he was going to take you on the date card date. You heard what you wanted to hear. And you are kinda crazy. Not the best show out there, but entertaining enough for us to follow.
  2. I kept waiting for the big reveal that he actually committed suicide and this was his way of "softening the blow" by painting a picture of him being happy with twins and Izzy. When the first letter said "I'm with Izzy", my mind immediately went to: Izzy's cancer came back, she died, and he is dead (with her). Guess I'm just sick that way, haha. I only just got into this show a few years ago after binge watching on Netflix, but even I felt seriously let-down by this ending. I didn't even realize it until my husband came home from work yesterday and I just word vomited how mad I was, lol. Justin Chambers' personal life is just that. If he ever wants to share what's going on, he can. He does not owe anyone but his boss, agent & manager anything.
  3. What kind of an upside down world are we living in where Victoria is making sense?! She's still crazy, though. And kind of sad. 😕 It's been a few days since we watched it, so I don't have a lot of thoughts on it other than Madison really should have told him sooner about her convictions re: sex. Also, I was listening to my favorite band, Jukebox the Ghost (shameless plug!), and there's a song on their first album called "Victoria". Listening to it in the context of the show is spot.on. Lyrics here.
  4. Forgot to mention: Peter's reaction to crab rangoon was probably the most authentic emotion we've seem from him all season.
  5. No, we'd be dead. Which is why I don't want, like, an entire, like, season, like, of Madison, like, saying like, like. As soon as they showed Victoria's family, I blurted out "was she adopted?" Mr. D thought they were a hired family, haha. Kelsey will probably be the next Bachelorette. When they were drinking the wine, I thought "No! She turned into Ms. Hyde when she drinks!" Her family was ok. The look on Chris' face when she said "I told him I love him" was great. He knew what was about to happen. Hannah Ann is just... there. She's cute and all, but that's it. There is not a lot of personality, at least that they've shown us. I'm honestly surprised she stuck around past Champagne-gate. I do like Madison, it will be interesting to see what happens next week. She seems like a sweet girl with a good head on her shoulders. I don't understand why she had to go on this show to find a husband. Maybe she wanted to break out of her bubble, and is now not sure if she wants to stay out of her bubble. Like she's on a deep south Christian rumspringa. I do hope he has the most mind-blowing sex with Victoria, to make all of this BS worth it.
  6. Didn't they make out on the first group date after party?
  7. I was watching this the other night while Mr. D was watching something on his computer. He'd pop up every now and then and make snarky comments. He is now 100% on board watching this with me every week. YES. I totally get the poor women who are crying as though their kitten just got run over if they can't get their personal time with Peter, find love, etc. I don't know how late they started the party, but it was daytime by the time they were done. They were all hella drunk, the excitement had worn off, and they were exhausted. I'd be bawling my eyes out, too. 95% of those women are there because Peter is a pilot (lots of "I love to travel" comments) and can fly them places and/or because he went four rounds in a windmill with Hannah. 4% to get their 15 minutes of fame (22 year old fashion blogger, I'm looking at you and your crazy eyebrows). 1% for the "right reasons". So far, I like Victoria P. (poor girl, I feel her pain. I can't do spinny rides, either. I was actually getting queasy watching her on that thing). She is pretty, but not "worked on" pretty (Kelley). The house flipper can flip right off. She annoyed me from the get-go. Victoria F. has to be a producer drama plant. Girl is INSANE. This show is a hot mess, and me & Mr. D are here for it. Bring it on!
  8. "I don't believe in the church. But I do believe in your church". Love it. Fun episode, good to see everyone interacting! And honestly? I didn't miss the singing.
  9. For me, it wasn't that DeLuca told Zola a story about her Dad. It was that he told her that story. That was one that Meredith should have told her, showing her the drawing on the wall. It would have been a very meaningful moment - maybe pass the tumor drawing on to her to remember her Dad every time she looked at it? But it was thrown away to be a bonding moment between DeLuca and Zola. I don't have issue with DeLuca per se, but this pairing just doesn't feel right to me. I wish it had just been a fling. Baby Zombies were awesome, and Teddy should be in charge of Halloween every year.
  10. A jello salad gels exactly with a lobster/country club background. I've been to plenty of brunches and dinners at country clubs (I come from a WASP-y background), and there have been jello salads at each and every one. The food at those clubs is blander than bland. It wasn't a jello salad, though. It was her one dish she could do really well - homemade cranberry sauce.
  11. Usually the way these things work, a songwriter gets hired to write for one commercial. It's not an ongoing gig. Ah, the way he said it "I got a contract with..." implied it's for a period of time/multiple ads. I also have a friend who was in an iHop commercial for, like, 2 seconds (no lines) and every time it aired, she'd get a check. I don't know if radio jingles work the same way, though.
  12. Anyone else immediately think "Oh my God, she's pregnant!" when she said she was feeling sick and had to step outside? I almost wish she was - there could be a whole spin-off: Fantasy Suite Who's Your Daddy?
  13. As much as my initial like for Jed has faded away, I can't fault him for being excited about landing a contract to write jingles for a dog food company. It's steady income, and even if it's not the ultimate dream job, he is making money with music. It was probably the first time he actually made money with his music. I think it was his way of saying that it's not all just bars and stuff, it's a legitimate income. Having said that: girl, when HIS family and YOUR family are doubtful and skeptical, walk away. Seriously. If you have to work THAT hard and feel THAT bad after the visit with your family, he's not the one. I feel like, as with Luke, Hannah lasered in on Jed. And she didn't want to let that go. So she was surprised by her feelings for Tyler. When her mom asked if she could see herself being engaged to Tyler, it was a genuine reaction of joy. But she had already made up her end-game in her head, and didn't want to/didn't know that she could change that.
  14. Damn you, Men Tell All. You made me actually, genuinely laugh at Cam's ridiculous rapping.
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