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  1. i've been watching this on Prime. Back then I was working in the Virginia forensics lab and didn't watch much news and only peripherally was conscious of the case. I'd photographed the knife and panties but didn't really know what the case was. It wasn't until I was home sick one day channel surfing and saw a co-worker on the witness stand at his trial and the light bulb went off. We only work with the evidence, not the various personalities. I remember driving by the courthouse on the way to a friend's house and seeing the media camped out and realizing why they were there during her trial. I live in Manassas now so it was interesting to see some of the sights. Bobbit is and was a POS. Just the comparison between how each of them dealt with the publicity and aftermath tells that about him. (That he's a Trump supporter is no surprise) The fact that the "escorts" at the Bunny Ranch couldn't stand him tells a lot too. And yeah, Stern can go screw himself with Bobbit. If he'd been ugly as sin or if he'd been a man of color, this would have only been a blip in the news cycle.
  2. I think that pretty much explains CSI: Miami. Nothing much makes sense because they only go for what they think is dramatic moments. Just like the complete absence of senior citizens when everyone knows seniors make up a majority of the population of Florida.
  3. I watched the dances on YouTube since I wasn't happy about the Tom/Tyra situation. The only problem with only watching the vids is that you don't get the scores or the judges' comments. I went ahead and watched my recording and FF thru what I could of Tyra's schtick. I don't care how thrilled she says she is to be host, I think she's hoping to get a bunch of ball gowns out of the gig and try to make it all about her (which it isn't). I'm not sure whether I'll watch the same way next week. I'll see how I feel.
  4. I started my rewatch over the weekend. I was reminded of the Dollhouse call backs in a couple of the early episodes with the "Did I fall asleep?" from Coulson, answered by "for a little while." Since I just finished a rewatch of Dollhouse it really stuck out in my mind.
  5. I'm still wondering why the non-commissioned officers and crew don't seem to exist. Petty officers, crewmen (persons), every other Star Trek had them and technically, Ensigns are officers so they shouldn't be doing all of the grunt work. Wouldn't they be overseeing the crewmen doing grunt work. I've been wondering about Tendi's specialization too. Wasn't she assigned to medical? Why is she floating around with Rutherford doing engineering stuff? Speaking of confusing, Mariner seems to have undergone a complete personality change. All of a sudden she wants to hang out with Boimler and is best buddies with him after giving him so much grief in the first few episodes.
  6. This is one of my problems with the series. I'm not a Rick and Morty fan, neither its animation or its humor does anything for me. The call backs to the other Star Trek series are amusing but not to extent to endear this series to me. I also kind of feel whiplash in that all of a sudden Mariner cares what happens to Boimler so much that she goes batshit? This was one of the better episodes but characterizations are all over the place.
  7. I'm having a hard time figuring out what the big deal was with Maria. Its how many weeks into the season and they are just figuring out that she might not have the same body strength of the male deckhand? All of a sudden there's a problem with her? bogus, Disco, bogus! I don't believe that this is the first time the Cornelia Marie has had a deckhand have trouble tossing the bags.
  8. I remember Jag used to do at least one episode a season it seemed like with the nostalgia noire bit. Its a nice little diversion for the cast but this time it really didn't interest me all that much. Maybe it was the weird gender swapping that really annoyed me or that one crappy Eartha Kit song that soured me. The costuming was great and you could tell the cast was having fun but it wasn't my favorite of this kind of episode.
  9. I've noticed this also. So much so that I was beginning to wonder whether Ellis had injured his arm or something in the offseason. Michael seems to keep his right arm rather immobile even when fighting Luci.
  10. I managed to watch it but for some reason Netfix had oral descriptions on along with the captioning. Super annoying and I couldn't figure out why it was doing that. I usually use captions but definitely not descriptions. Even with that major annoyance Xavier's lawyer seemed super sketchy. Especially trying to insist that Xavier could never possibly get under that porch with his bad back. Nothing about how he could never hurt his wife and the kids, just that bad back excuse.
  11. this is how I remember them explaining it (in a roundabout way) in the first season.
  12. there was also the big split between Jeph Loeb (Marvel TV) and Kevin Feige (MCU) and that misogynist Ike Perlmutter.
  13. I totally agree with this. He was so single minded to the exclusion of anything else. I wanted to throttle him and tell him to read or watch that Stephen King book, 11/22/63. He needed to worry about his family and avoiding the apocalypse.
  14. someone is going to have help me out here, our local broadcast broke in with an Amber Alert right when Daisy and Mac were having their little conversation that ended with him taking the pilot's seat. Can anyone help a girl out?
  15. oh good, I'm glad I didn't remember that right.
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