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  1. This was the best episode this season, I thought, even with the disappointing Diving Range. Greg and Steve did well in the confines of the show, but, oh my, they misused Greg just as they did so many other celebrities the first season. The golfers were pretty good, and I was glad Noor won. (How do they explain those twins, btw??)
  2. Watching the series, I thought “Last Night Gus” would’ve been a pretty perfect reunion movie. Between the two, we’ve seen a lot of old home week. I’m trying to think of who else I’d like to see. A Despereaux mystery (maybe an answer to whether he was MI6 or a true con artist), Gus’s parents, LLoyd. I’ll have to watch the whole series again with an eye to that.;-)
  3. I had to download the app on my iPad — it wouldn’t let me watch it through Safari. The voice sync is way off when I cast it to my non-smart TV, so I had to watch it on the tablet. It worked just fine on there, though. The sync problem happened on another show, so it’s a platform issue. I wanted to wait for more people to be able to watch, too, so I’m not spoiling specifics. I liked it much more than the first movie(!), which I would’ve scored a low C. Shawn and Gus’s chemistry was still there while the mystery felt secondary to the “c’mon sons,” Gus’s nicknames, and nostalgic elements which were most of the first half. Mary and God’s comma! McNabb! Woody! Favorite running joke was everyone confusing Lassie’s nurse for Gus’s girlfriend and making the gf think Gus was cheating. I got confused with them going back-and-forth between San Francisco and Santa Barbara as they seemed to teleport between locations with Jules mentioning she visits Lassie every Monday. I had the whodunnit figured out almost immediately, and the “why” really didn’t matter. I’d score the mystery a B- but rate the movie an A- overall. I hope they’re working on Psych 3 already!
  4. The showed is more than 30 years old, so no need to wonder why you haven’t heard of it! It still shows a couple hours every night starting around 2:00am. It has a lot of great quotes and the 4 “Girls” are so different that everyone can find a favorite, which are why I think it’s been on the air for so long.
  5. It’s up! I had to download the app and sign-up for the 7-day trial (using a cc or PayPay.) They put all the ads up front, so it’s supposed to be commercial free. 👍🏼
  6. As Rose's support group refused to tell her on GG, "You're special!"
  7. Just a thought: I don’t know what you do in your day-to-day life, but if this ties into your day job or your career goals and you’re using it to try to generate income, maybe you can expense it on your taxes?
  8. I’m with you here, not just to get the Psych movie but to keep access to the shows that are on Hulu as well as NBC Sports including the Olympics. NBC sold their share in Hulu, so I expect everything to be pulled off as soon as contracts expire. Not that I want to pay another monthly fee or manage another app. Death by a thousand cuts.
  9. Unless the kind-hearted people at NBCU have taken pity on a suffering nation, it’s under the Premium option, and non-Comcast subscribers will have to pay. (Or hope there’s a free 7-day trial.) Hulu had the same tier system when it launched, iirc. Psych 2 is one of the few new, original content shows Peacock has at the moment. We’re going to have to pay. 👎🏼
  10. ohhh, she told us often enough that I think we all know she's an (undervalued) architect. She even has a masters! I believe many architects handle projects from nuts-to-bolts including interior decorating while others have teams with specialists. Methinks she was confident enough in her skills to do both. 🙂 Did anyone else think her husband gave her a backhanded compliment at the end? When he said something like, "I have a whole new respect for her" (or maybe he said "her training")? Maybe he was being genuinely complimentary, but I inferred he hadn't had much respect before.
  11. Is it ok to discuss David’s other shows here? HGTV showed a couple episodes of Color Splash (which ran from 2007-2012), and showed David’s design choices. I watched one about bring outdoor colors indoors, and then he painted the internal trim neon yellow/green and designed custom wallpaper with trees. The woman he hired to hang it told people she didn’t like it, and they told David, who promptly called her on it and basically forced her to say she liked it once his brilliance had all come together. (He’d jokingly called himself “brilliant” earlier in the episode.) Two thoughts: For someone from MN, he didn’t seem to get the whole “Minnesota Nice” of her reply, and a good Minnesota boy would never be so indelicate as to embarrass someone who is probably older than his mother. Also, good luck to the homeowners when they go to resell. They’re either going to have to pay to undo it before listing or lower the price a bit to accommodate the work the new owners will have to do. Not many people would want that look!
  12. Austin architect: I don’t think having children has stalled her career as much as she thinks it has. Her attitude about having a locking door on her office made me wonder how much she resents/regrets having them. Those minor changes weren’t creative, and—here’s what I think is a genuine problem—she doesn’t seem to recognize that much of design is personal opinion. I, for instance, thought her kitchen/living room changes were horrendous, but if she loves them who am I to tell her she has poor aesthetics. They’d already shown her in those velour pants. Hasn’t she suffered enough?
  13. Found this show on Netflix last week. I’m years late, but am really enjoying it! From reading the show’s description I thought the characters would be complete assholes, and I was happily surprised when they turned out to be mostly decent and vulnerable. Finished the series. I realize I’m talking to myself...I didn’t care for either Abigail or Evie for Dylan. I think he’d be good to focus on himself for a while and maybe find a therapist to break some bad relationship habits, too. I hope Luke can find a Jonesy-type who is also interested in a relationship. (She did warn him.) And I hope Angus gets the win he deserves.
  14. She also looked really unhappy when she asked for relief and Assistant Course Marshal Colin only moved the ball a tiny amount. I felt she was staring him down a bit (as well as someone off-camera to her left) and then said something they didn't air. Maybe it's because "Karens" are in the media so much, but I thought she was about to ask for a manager or tell them they'd hear from her attorney. She's probably a lovely lady who loves pink and is pink inside.
  15. Fayetteville, AR: I’m a little undecided. They seemed like decent people who must have some depth given their son’s illness, but he was a wee bit of a snob wanting a Stepford Family lifestyle. All about joining the right country club and the right church; wearing the right uniform; attending the right black-tie benefits. She seemed more real (though still someone who thought a $700k house in Fayetteville, AR was below their means.)
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