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  1. Marshal Lindor is coming back per tvline.com. Omar Metwally has been made a series regular.
  2. If you will permit me, I’m going to get on my soapbox and make a comment about healthcare in the US. Recently I read about Bryan Datillo’s wife battling breast cancer. (soaps.she knows). Happily for them, she is doing well. Bryan said he was happy to have been working during this time so his wife’s treatment was covered by insurance. This, to me, is unconscionable. No one should be in this position. Actors work and then don’t; it’s the nature of the business. I am a US citizen who has lived in Canada and benefited from the healthcare system for many years. In my experience the systems are simi
  3. Any comment from Spader? He is an executive producer after all.
  4. Well this is interesting news. I’d be lying if I said I would miss her. This is a great opportunity to retool the show. I won’t miss the who/what/why of Keen. It just dragged down the whole show. We watch for Spader.
  5. Watched about a half hour and rather than say it is bad, I will try to be polite and say it’s not for me.
  6. This is the episode that made me fall in love with this show. Jean Smart is great. Love the idea that Deborah had to circle back to her comedy origins to rediscover herself and hopefully save herself.
  7. Saw an ad yesterday that in Canada, it is returning on June 13 on the W cable channel.
  8. This show has reached the point where I am at a loss for snark. Make the super marvellous amazing agent Lizzie be LMNOP 13, lock her up and leave the rest of us to watch the show without her super marvellous amazing talent to gum up the works.
  9. Renewed for season 2. https://tvline.com
  10. Fell asleep about halfway through so I didn’t have the pleasure to watch to the conclusion, such that it was judging by your comments. Lizzie seeing Mr. Kaplan prompted the idea that she has gone off her rocker. And as happy as I was to see Mr. Kaplan, it felt like contrived story telling, but what else is new with this show. As an aside, there was a now deceased relative who was seeing and hearing things such as cats and Jesus, and after being hospitalized was diagnosed with late onset schizophrenia. Perhaps this is where Lizzie will end up?
  11. Love this show. It seems like it is shifting focus from Drew and his medical problems and broken family issues to more lighthearted themes. Hope it’s renewed.
  12. A retrospective of She who shall not be named. And that’s why it’s titled Misere. Watch at your own risk. You have been warned.
  13. And the rest of us, not so much.
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