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  1. Rumor I saw on Twitter: they start filming today. Anyone know if that's true? Pedro was seen in NYC over the weekend.
  2. The woman who plays Mae, the pub owner, was Mrs. Fitz on "Outlander."
  3. Exactly. All he says is that they have to look within themselves - like every good character does at some point. Also, they all have daddy issues.
  4. That was some fever-dream, acid trip stuff that didn't fit in with the rest of the show or episodes this season at all. I can't say that I hated it, but I sure didn't like it. The three locals playing on the pitch and Ted watching the game film at 10x speed with the Benny Hill theme music were the highlights.
  5. I feel like something also needs to use Roy's line "this is why it's hard to love you."
  6. He also calls tea "absolute garbage water." 😂🤣
  7. I just saw this yesterday, and was going to come to here ask everyone "what's Roku??" Thank you all for already answering that! I have a FireStick, so I'll figure it out. I'm glad to hear that it's free! 😉
  8. I'm not sure I'd even make street urchin status... But we're not using the same definitions here, as I'm assuming that some of us are in the US and some are in the UK (and elsewhere). Whereas in the US we are talking about the basic fact of how much money does one person have, I think the people from the UK are talking about generational values, morals, acceptance into "high society," and more historical definitions of "high class." My impression is that the UK standard is more deeply rooted in centuries-old standards - like royalty. You aren't "upper class" aka "high class" unless you
  9. The majority of them are going to be hollow. If they were solid, they'd be too heavy to lift. If you're curious to see how smaller scale sculpting is done, check out the Lego directions for Yoda (https://www.lego.com/en-us/service/buildinginstructions/75255) or maybe R2D2. Yoda is built on a rectangular frame of Technic pieces so that he is entirely hollow. The sculpting is on the outside to give his cloak some layers.
  10. I can't get in to What If... and I'm not sure why. I'd say that I'm on Marvel overload as a new fan who only just binge-watched everything during the pandemic, but I don't think that's it. Black Widow was great, and a friend and I are desperately trying to coordinate schedules to see Shang Chi. I also think the trailers for Eternals and Hawkeye look ah-MAY-zing! But Loki and What If... just aren't doing anything for me. Hmm... I've never loved the "animation for adults" genre in general, and I think that might be where I'm stuck.
  11. I figured that was taken into consideration as well. The judges didn't say it, but I'm sure they judged on the season as a whole. I was fine with the winners. They didn't seem to have the most stellar personalities, but whatever. It's a Lego building competition, not a popularity contest. And don't get me wrong, my comment above wasn't a sleight on their Tree Man. I love Groot! That's just the first thing I thought of when I saw their concept drawing, LOL.
  12. They said that there were things that could only be seen when the room got dark and the lights inside came on. Maybe that didn't translate to TV because the cameras couldn't pick up on it? I don't know, just a thought.
  13. She does, though. She sent Jamie back to Man City in the first season, and she told Dubai Air that she would not be firing Sam in this season. (Also ignoring the fact that she alone hired Ted...)
  14. So, Mark and Steven won by building... Groot? I guess it's a good thing that Lego already has the Marvel license agreement...
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