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  1. bmasters9

    F-U, Reboot-Mania: Express Your Hate Here

    Thanks for the clarification-- it's difficult sometimes for me to read between the lines of what someone here (or on any forum) has said in a post, and I, being autistic, have quite a few times taken what you have said (or anyone else has said) to have one meaning, when another was intended. That said, I appreciate your bringing this up, because I was only guessing as to what you meant.
  2. bmasters9

    R-rated & X-rated Content on Television

    Very informative responses-- thanks! One other thing that may/may not be related (and may be useless trivia): why, being that this show came from a time when business women wore hose (one being Bears owner Diane Barrow [Delta Burke]), did the cover of the all-in-one DVD have a bare leg in a high heel?
  3. bmasters9

    R-rated & X-rated Content on Television

    Recently I got the all-in-one of 1st & Ten (that 1984-91 HBO football comedy w/Delta Burke, et al.), and I discovered through reviews online that the first half of the show as presented on the release did not contain the nudity that the show was known for, but the second half did. Is that true?
  4. Alex Trebek, Tom Selleck and Robert Wagner are three famous people who have been involved in such ads, IIRC.
  5. Another (and this is a category): televangelists (especially my mother's favorite TV preacher, Ralph Sexton, Jr. of Trinity Baptist Church in Asheville, NC)!
  6. bmasters9

    Pet Peeves

    Last I recall, the daily Observer was $2.
  7. bmasters9

    Pet Peeves

    Discovered recently that the local Greenville News is up to $2.50 for a daily paper; that was the price before for the Sunday edition (I think the Sunday one might be now at $3, perhaps more); even the New York Times gives you more for what its cover price is, both daily ($3) and Sunday ($6)! Here's a shot of the cover; the cover price is blurry, but I just wanted to show you what I was talking about.
  8. bmasters9

    The Act

    I'll tell you the truth-- one thing that I didn't like about that finale is that Gypsy's guilty plea to murder two and Nick's trial/conviction for murder one were footnoted and not seen. Why would Hulu footnote those aspects?
  9. bmasters9

    Internet Pet Peeves

    I've been getting that too-- one of the recommended videos is a certain day's full broadcast of FOX and Friends from FOX News Channel; I click "not interested," tell them why, and you think that would solve the problem. Nope-- it's back on my recommendations. Is YouTube big on FOX News now?!
  10. bmasters9

    The Act

    If they do indeed pick a new case, will they use the same people who were in this one (King, Arquette, et al.), or choose new ones?
  11. bmasters9

    F-U, Reboot-Mania: Express Your Hate Here

    Not true-- I do like the Joey King 2010 Ramona film; it's one of my favorites. I only asked because Kromm was fine with films/shows made from established book series, and I was seeking clarification of what was being said; I did not realize that how I said it could lead you to believe otherwise. Sorry for the confusion!
  12. bmasters9

    The Act

    If Hulu moves to a second season of this series, will they go to a new case to dramatize?
  13. bmasters9

    F-U, Reboot-Mania: Express Your Hate Here

    So, per your logic, both Sarah Polley's 1988 PBS Ramona and Joey King's 2010 film Ramona were merely interpretations of that classic Beverly Cleary children's book character?
  14. bmasters9

    The Act

    Which I am very definitely looking forward to!
  15. bmasters9

    The Act

    That's right on-- I think Joey did a better job selling Gypsy, than Patricia w/Dee Dee!
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