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  1. Yes! Especially when the caramel macchiato had absolutely nothing to do with the actual murder itself. These shows always have to come up with visuals out of very limited material, but the re-enactment of the Starbucks drive-through and then transporting the delicious coffee beverage that most certainly didn't kill anybody had me wondering if Starbucks had paid for product placement 🙂
  2. I understand that, but I think your DNA is part of your personal information, and for me there's no compelling reason to turn that over to law enforcement unless there's a good reason. If somebody has voluntarily shared their genetic material knowing the risks associated, then I understand that it's publicly available and can be used by the police. I just worry that people don't understand those risks when they submit their DNA online. And we can't really know what will happen with our DNA in this emerging field as of today. For me, this case isn't really a tale of when familial DNA se
  3. My favorite part of the episode was Vicki in the Suburban sheepishly saying through tears "Kelly isn't welcome at my funeral!" Oh, Vicki, Kelly wasn't suggesting she wanted to or would bother to attend your funeral, but it's adorable that you think she cares that much.
  4. Yeah, I have to say, I was a little surprised by that revelation at the end that the son is his mom's attorney of record and that he's fighting for her release. Maybe it's too damaging to shatter your family any further by turning your back on your mother after something like that. Like he has to convince himself that it just can't possibly be true. Because I think in this case anybody who looks at what's available has to at the very least conclude that his mother's story doesn't make any sense. If she didn't kill the father the night before pre-digestion, then the other options are:
  5. Right, yeah. That was my takeaway: that had the original detective not just tried to pin it on the nearest minority figure he could find, then we could have gotten to the killer a lot sooner. I think this case was on Dateline or some other show at some point which had a bunch more information. Like that Keyona's apartment was right next to where the car was parked with Heather's body in the trunk, and then there was a picture on Keyona's Facebook of her wearing some Mickey Mouse gear. So from that and the fact that Heather was found in a Mickey Mouse t-shirt, that crappy detective just dec
  6. Yeah, seriously, so many holes! My favorite was when she said she didn't actually poison the coffee, but then she...delivered the coffee to her anyway? Just couldn't bear to see that grande caramel macchiato go to waste, but has no trouble cleaning up a bloody crime scene later on. Right!
  7. I could believe that the baby was stillborn. If she had such a severe eating disorder, then I can't imagine the baby was getting all the nutrition it would need. But I think the bottom line is we just don't know one way or the other, so I think finding her not guilty was probably the right decision. I would have liked to have known more about the medical examiner's testimony. If she could not determine if the baby was ever alive outside of Skylar, why did she conclude that the baby died due to homicidal violence?
  8. Hey, Laurel, you probably shouldn't give a talking head where you say "I came here to COMPETE!" on the same episode where you actively threw a challenge to make your team lose. Not a great look. I guess she didn't have much of a choice since she won't be on any more episodes this season! 🙂 Also, you may not want to try to excuse your bad sportsmanship by saying that somebody else started it. Laurel, you're in your 30s; it's time to learn how to be both a gracious winner and a gracious loser if you're going to seek out competitive situations. It looked to me like the confusion
  9. Got some pretty interesting characters in "The Creek" from last Saturday. We've got: -The police officer who was shot exclusively in sherbet colored shirts (one lime, one orange) who described Je'Michael as "cool as a pickle". Um, almost there, buddy! -Bryce, the red herring suspect who tells cops how he "does a lot of illegal stuff" and "basically founded the creek" where people skipped school. I'm going to guess he smoked weed one time and considers himself a dangerous guy. -A sheriff's department that will spend what must be a good chunk of taxpayer money to LAND A HELICOP
  10. Yeah, very strange. They did just seem to gloss over the fact that she lied to him on Valentine's Day after allowing him to plan a nice date for them. This season there's been a lot of rubbing the catfish's nose in his/her misdeeds, but I guess because she was at least who she said she was that was less important somehow. And it was great that we got footage of Trystyn driving without his seat belt on there at the end. At least he put it on eventually. Guess he really learned his lesson about safe driving!
  11. Just watched the rerun of the Valerie McDaniel case (the veterinarian who, along with her boyfriend, conspired to have her ex-husband killed and then later committed suicide). I do appreciate 48 Hours interviewing friends of Valerie as a reminder that we shouldn't all be judged by our worst decisions. But I'm still not going to cut Valerie any slack for her part in what happened. The interviewees say there's no way she would have done this, it was all Leon's influence, etc. I'm not buying that. In the tapes with the supposed hitman, she says "he's trying to take away my daughter, wha
  12. I had the exact same thought! The only eyewitness you have is one that says the car was parked there and somebody started walking north. So from that you go to the nearest apartment and just bother whoever you find in there instead? I know people who are smoking pot don't always make the best decisions, but parking the dead body out in front of your house would be fairly unlikely. And then that security footage from the vicinity of where the car was left shows a white SUV. And then this Omar guy has a picture on social media in a white SUV from 3 years ago. Seems like a pretty tenuou
  13. Yeah, that was a tough one for me to swallow as well. So the younger daughter wakes up because her mom is upstairs screaming. Kerrie tells her "hey, let's go hang out in my car with the tailgate open". Then there's a thunk as the father climbs in to the back, they close the tailgate, and they're off. If my parent was screaming in my house, I'd want to know what was going on; I wouldn't just accept it and go for a 100 mile ride with my sister on an unplanned vay-cay. I can buy that the father hid in the trunk, but no way the younger daughter wouldn't have wanted an explanation as to what
  14. Ugh, just watched the Devil's Bathtub rerun. I do think all four of the defendants were in on the plot, but I can see how there would only be enough evidence against Laura and Colin for a murder conviction. Every time they showed Colin striding around like he owned the place, I was kind of hoping he'd trip and fall or something. He just seemed so smug for somebody who had participated in the murder of his own father. And sorry, fiance Chelsea, I'm not feeling any sympathy for you. So you saw the security footage of Colin buying a shovel, gloves, drain cleaner, and a tarp, and you TH
  15. Yes! This was my exact thought. Maybe the service isn't ready to roll out yet, but their big plan was to have it coincide with this episode. The branded boxes? The little Top Chef stationary for the recipe? It has to be a meal kit thing.
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