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  1. Utpe


    I'm surprised nobody mentioned The Blue Butterfly (Season 4, Episode 14). The filming and all the characters acting in a different time period was incredible. There's really too many to list. I like the Los Angeles episode and the one where that time traveling guy was a murder suspect. Pretty much anything from the fifth season after Beckett and Castle officially became a couple.
  2. Ugh, this episode really tugged on my heartstrings. I was sad about TBBT ending, and then they go and do this. I hope Dr. Sturgis is okay by the next season. At least he has somebody in his life that really cares about him. And the ending montage of the kids...my goodness, how adorable was that? I've already replayed the scene a million times. They really outdid themselves with this episode.
  3. Utpe

    S04.E18: Cloud Green

    I don't understand Amy. She'll yell at Glenn because of the religious ongoings, but yet take crap from Mateo and Cheyenne? At least she acted like a manager in this episode (somewhat). I chuckled at the scene with the customer and the trash bins. If I were in her shoes, I probably would have dumped it in any one of them and left, not set garbage on the floor, LOL!
  4. Utpe

    S10.E21: Commencement

    I don't believe Dylan can be an Uber driver with that clunker of his.
  5. Utpe

    Supernatural Ending

    Wow, I did not see that one coming! I started watching in 2008. I remember catching Mystery Spot (Season 3, Episode 11) when it originally aired. Every time Sammy woke up to Heat of the Moment playing on the radio, I couldn't stop myself from laughing ("Rise and shine, Sammy!"). Right there and then I was immediately hooked. I went out, bought the DVDs, and started from the beginning. Whatever the reason is behind concluding Supernatural, I'm thankful for all the years of entertainment the cast and crew has given us. It was one hell of a ride.
  6. Utpe

    S08.E16: Harvey

    Seems to be a recurring theme with this show. Also glad the WT/WT is finally over with. This series has been a drag for quite some time. Hopefully USA Network will air all final ten episodes in a row next season and tone it down with the exorbitant amount of drama and swearing. Probably wishful thinking at this point.
  7. Utpe

    S06.E15: My Valentine Boy

    Me too! I completely lost it at Pops and his banjo, hahaha! It would've been interesting to see how well (or terrible) he would be playing in Erica's band.
  8. Utpe

    S02.E15: A Math Emergency and Perky Palms

    Regarding the couple that needed marriage counseling...was the husband gay? I think that might have been the reason why they were having issues in the bedroom. Not entirely sure. Pretty sad episode. I felt really bad about the old man passing away at the end alone in that cluttered house. Even worse was Mary discovering him that way. Ugh.
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    S06.E04: Four Movements

    Same here. Honestly, I never really liked Gina. Maybe in very small doses, but she was hardly ever funny to me. I was hoping when she was hit by that bus a few seasons ago, her character would've stood gone. When she reappeared, it's like a boulder fell directly on my head. I'm in the same boat as some people on here - good riddance. Let's hope it's permanent this time around.
  10. Utpe

    Suits in the Media

    Definitely agree, it's time for this show to go. I've been watching it faithfully since 2012. While I enjoyed a lot of episodes in the earlier seasons, the characters storming out of the room, swearing at each other, and them stopping by the door when somebody gets the last word in was becoming predictable and tiresome. Oh, and the whole "I'm Donna" thing...yeah, like that didn't get annoying after a while. USA should've ended it when Mike and Rachel left. No need to keep beating a dead horse.
  11. Utpe

    S03.E03: The Big Never

    "Stores aren't supposed to be this big." -Wayne Hays, shopping at Walmart in 1990
  12. Utpe

    S04.E02: Baby Shower

    I think Brett gave a picture of himself as a baby shower gift, lol. It was on the table behind Amy.
  13. Utpe

    S06.E03: RAD!

    The movie Rad came out in 1986, so BMXing must've been popular around that time. Murray's "How Not To Be A Money Moron" board was pretty funny. Rick Springfield trying to sing his own song was the cherry on top of an ice cream sundae. Not only is he a great musician, but also a terrific actor. I love him in everything he's in.
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    S04.E15: I Lose People...

    I'm surprised the alarms worked at all, or the fact that they were even equipped with one. Did nobody try breaking into these vehicles prior to the gang showing up? It would've been pretty amusing (or warped) if Jimbo jumped and nothing had happened. Same with Morgan throwing the walker off of the roof.
  15. Noice!!! Here's hoping B99 gets a full-season pickup.