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Ceindreadh

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  1. I presume that it's one way for the colonists, but not for the people running the ships.
  2. This episode just aired in my locality. If I'd seen it back in November, I'm sure I would have been looking on in amusement at the guy refusing to shake hands and then dousing himself with hand sanitizer, putting on a mask, scrubbing himself down in the shower etc. Now I'm all nodding approvingly and saying "good man, that's the way to keep safe!"
  3. Personally I've always thought that it's because they're not referring to an object but they're calling it by name. But since the baby doesn't have a name and indeed can't be named until they know if it's a boy or a girl, calling it 'Baby' rather than 'the baby' makes it more personal. It's the difference between calling somebody 'the patient' and calling them 'Mrs Patient'.
  4. But where is all the money going to come from? What income does the estate have? Presumably Robin was paying for its upkeep and staff, but if he’s signed it over to Juliet then he’s no justification to keep funding it. Yes, I know he’s loaded and can afford it, but it’s no more a legit transaction than the sham wedding would have been. And while ICE might be happy enough to take it at face value, I doubt if the IRS would
  5. That wasn’t Feeney. He only showed up in Ep 2.
  6. I’d say there’s going to be a lot of people embracing their inner silver fox until the lockdown is over. (I’m eventually going to see what my natural hair colour is!)
  7. Awww, not Big Mervynn, ☹️
  8. The younger the child is, the more restrictions there are on the amount of time they can be on set. For a one shot ‘newborn’, it’s probably just easier to go with an older baby rather than trying to source one of the right age when filming. The only show that consistently has newborn sized ‘newborns’ is Call the Midwife, because they go through so many in a season that they’ve got the casting down to a fine art
  9. Ah, but isn't HTGAWM a few years behind the 'real' world. So maybe Tegan just hasn't seen the final season of GoT yet.
  10. I wasn’t surprised when John started eating at the end of the show, but I would have loved if he’d been buried under a deluge of cats (toy ones) like Kirk and the Tribbles in Star Trek. I suppose the food was probably easier to source.
  11. Thank goodness I’m not the only one this happened to!
  12. It was Terry. He was helping Rosa, and didn’t we see him In a bunny costume at the end. Plus who else would have been able to drag the filing cabinet along
  13. The ring was probably booked into evidence after they found her. And I’m sure gettting it back was the last thing on Lucy’s mind.
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