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  1. I haven’t checked in here in a while but just had to pop in and say I heard “Battleflag” on the radio yesterday, aka the song they played when Carter got stabbed. Gosh, it still brings up weird scary feelings when I hear it!
  2. Agreed. I don’t think they would have a kiss in a play at that age. It was quick and innocent but it wasn’t necessary so I don’t they would make the kids do that. I thought Delilah sounded very French in this episode, like more than usual. I could really hear it when she was calling the kids down to breakfast.
  3. Agreed! I do wish she would wear pants once in awhile. Just because you look great doesn’t mean you should wear booty shorts/ body suits/ whatever the heck she wears all of the time. And Kelly looks cute on her talk show but they are dressing her terribly here.
  4. I thought Ricky was really good, sorry to see him go. I just don’t think it’s fair to allow duos to compete against individual performers. The other night Kelly said to Hello Sunday, “Nobody in the competition can do what y’all just did!” Well, yeah. They sang amazing harmonies because THERE ARE TWO OF THEM. Kinda hard for anyone else to do that by themselves.
  5. The only thing I remember from Luke hosting SNL is Phil Hartman appearing in a bubble during the monologue in an Obi Wan costume saying “Use the cue cards, Luke!” Heehee. (But now I’m sad thinking about how they are both gone!)
  6. Overall I enjoyed this reboot; I wasn’t crazy about every storyline but it was very worth it to see the cast interacting and all the funny little callbacks to the original. It wasn’t perfect but it was really fun and a clever way to bring them all together. I will watch a season 2 if it gets renewed. I loved Steve’s dream advising his younger self to cut the mullet and lose the midriff shirts. So funny!
  7. I imagine they all said stuff about each other at some point or another, but I’d like to believe that Luke’s passing helped jolt them into a new perspective. I believe them when they say they are enjoying being together again, just because losing Luke probably helped them to realize the drama they had years ago just doesn’t matter anymore. Also they probably helped each other grieve. Now I’m not saying they will all be best friends and hang out together everyday from now on, but I can imagine this time together was important to all of them to heal and grieve Luke.
  8. Oh wow, I don’t think I ever made that connection. I wonder if Cole visited the set at some point and met Jennie. Or maybe they just thought it was a randomly funny actor to pick.
  9. There probably is a specific reason she’s always eating but I will continue to believe it’s a little gift to the handful of us who remember her always eating peanut butter sandwiches in the original episodes. 😂
  10. There seemed to be a lot of scenes in the original where she was eating....probably not that noticeable if you didn’t watch it over and over, but if you did (like me) there were some funny moments to discover. There was one where she was eating with her finger out of a peanut butter jar, and they leave for a ski trip and she is still carrying the peanut butter jar as they head out the door. Lol. I imagine there were some behind the scenes jokes about her eating so maybe that’s why they referenced it. Oh my gosh, I love that Jamie Walters came back for this and that Shannen had no clue who he was. So funny. Although I think it would’ve been even funnier if he sang “Hold On”, since that was the one he sang over and over on the show. I loved Brian’s dream, too. I notice he sang the song that he did in the later seasons, not an early goofy song like Precious. That would’ve been gold. Oh! And I laughed out loud when Brian listed Vanilla Ice as an enemy, and when asked why he said “He knows.” Great delivery.
  11. Sadly, I know this stuff still goes on (even today), but I would’ve thought the TV and network execs would’ve been past worrying about representing an interracial couple by then. I guess movies were starting to show it more but tv lagged behind.
  12. @allienc Thanks so much for all that info! Must’ve been such a fun event. I really love that Doug Emerson came out, he looks great. That is CRAZY that Gabrielle couldn’t touch the actor playing Jordan. It was the 90’s for God’s sake, how was that still an issue?! I remember liking them together and excited for that relationship but then it fizzled out.
  13. I just saw this on the Instagram page for Brian’s podcast. I may have teared up a little. And Nat!
  14. I get what you’re saying, but from what I’ve read they are going to play the characters again, just in a limited capacity. Both Jennie and Tori said in interviews that there would be scenes from “the show within the show” as their characters. They said they wanted to do that for the fans. Also, in Brian’s podcast he said they might even do a stand alone episode where they are only playing the characters. (But I think there is going to be just a little of it in season 1, then in the second season they would have more scenes as the characters.) So I think they are ok playing them but just didn’t want to ONLY do that.
  15. Brian is so quietly funny in this; I laughed out loud at the “I wouldn’t drink that” comment at the bar. I’m not too surprised though, he was also really funny in his short lived “Wedding Band” show. I loved the end, and I do hope Shannen will be featured more heavily in the remaining episodes. Yay, Carol Potter! She did great, it was nice to see her. Christine Elise is a hoot in this; I loved her crack “Did you reach out to Joe E. Tata yet?” when she was berating Tori for giving everyone executive jobs on the show.
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