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  1. mrsdalgliesh

    S05.E02: Pests

    The minute I saw Laurie Holden's name in the credits, I knew Stan's girlfriend would be a problem. This because I'm old and remember her from TXF -- and what her role was If it turns out she really is Russian, I'm going to feel even more ancient because that will mean the show didn't think casting her was a dead giveaway.
  2. Logan was the one who entered her hospital room after the rape...I think it was Ceretta with him and there was a "you should go" unspoken message between them. The director/editor also did some close ups on Logan as he learned about the assault -- and I certainly picked it up, even though it was years before the relationship was canon (post-Jack becoming the DA). At this point we'd already seen Liz counsel Logan after his first partner's death.
  3. Logan was the one who entered her hospital room after the rape...I think it was Ceretta with him and there was a "you should go" unspoken message between them. The director/editor also did some close ups on Logan as he learned about the assault -- and I certainly picked it up, even though it was years before the relationship was canon (post-Jack becoming the DA).
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    S02.E10: Ave Maria

    WTF?? I stuck around despite Raza Jeffrey's exit ( which I'm now guessing had to do with Rob Lowe becoming available) but if Mama is gone, it had better be entirely LG's choice.
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    Chance

    I liked the American "Prime Suspect" once I divorced it from the original British show, I really like Bosch, and I think Vertigo is overrated -- so now I know exactly how I'd feel about this. Time saver! Thanks!
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    The Late Late Show With James Corden

    Fun, but I call shenanigans. How did Tig know there was an ogre in the story?
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    S05.E10: The Stuff Dreams Are M...

    Binged the season this weekend. I watch the show for the scenery (thank you, show, for frequently pulling back and giving us the vistas) and for the focus on the reservation and its woes. I don't know of any other series that tries to address that. So this season worked for me in those ways. But oy, Walt was such a pain this season. Self-righteous to the max. I don't know if there are enough viewers to be in two camps or not, but I'm in the one that hopes Walt is wrong about Jacob. Not that I want Jacob to be an angel, not at all. I think his character consider himself a pragmatist, and something do unethical things for what he thinks are the right reasons. Morally ambiguous. What I **don't** want is for every move of his -- like hiring Cady and setting up the law office -- to be part of some singular vendetta to Get Walt. If that happens, the show and I will not be friends anymore. Horrible cliffhanger, but at least they let us in on why the lawsuit is happening.
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    S02.E01: Second Year

    I gave it a chance, too -- and I'll watch, mostly because I really like (:::waves at actual doctors and nurses, apologizing:::) the scenes of craziness when multiple patients and/or extremely critical patients come in. And Rob Lowe is terrific at that kind of rapid fire professional stuff and I've missed seeing him do it since The West Wing. Last season, I think a lot of us put up with the cheesier plotlines and/or hospital politics because of the grittier scenes and it looks like that will continue. Seems like they're doing a reset: no mention at all of Neal (soooo sad) and Christa (meh), the head surgeon is much less of an ass, and the short female surgeon hasn't tried to have sex with anybody yet. I'm thrilled they put MGH back in the action with Mama. Don't you dare try and put her in an office again, show.
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    It's Your Law & Order Drinking Game!

    Hudson University. One chug and the Alma Mater. Matawan Corporation. One sip and an inside trade.
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    Code Black In the Media

    No Raza Jeffrey?? *sigh* I was so happy about the renewal, but now not as much. I didn't like the romance subplot much, but thought he was terrific. Rats.
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    Code Black In the Media

    Glad to see the renewal notice. Cautiously optimistic. More Raza Jeffrey on my screen? Yes, please.
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    Season Four: Another reason to TGIF!

    This week was up and down, but the up was fantastic. Watching "Inside Amy Schumer" is funny. Watching the couches watch it made me laugh so hard I was crying. And Peanut was hilarious at the end of the "Alone" segment. "They knew just where to send that guy..." In other news, the older ladies are stepping it up since the boring couple disappeared. Ayn and Sue, in particular, are becoming a little comedy duo. "You're too loud to be a spy." Heh.
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    Season Four: Another reason to TGIF!

    Vicky8675309 how did you binge watch the show? We've been discussing the fact that we can't find old episodes -- it's not even on my on-demand list. The older ladies were hilarious this week. Loved Sue asking Ayn: "Do you need a pill?" Teddi was even smiling occasionally! No new couple again. Fine with me! We bitch sometimes about too many Bravo shows being used, but I've got to credit the producers with always using the shows I hope for: the American Idol finale, the Walking Dead season finale, that cray-cray Blacklist episode...and since I don't watch any Housewives (or Shah) shows, TPC lets me laugh at them and keep up with that corner of pop culture.
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    S10.E14: The Live Playoffs, Night 1

    If you're ranking on "how likely to win," then I don't have an opinion. America voting? Never less than a letdown. If you were ranking on talent, however, I'd argue Adam Wakefield should be near the top. No, he's not going to win the votes of America's teenage girls, but the man's an artist, vocally and on guitar.
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