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    S05.E18: Godspeed

    What was that? Seriously what did I just watch??? All I kept thinking was ‘I need to be folding laundry’ during the episode.
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    Quotes

    Rogelio: It's always been my dream to be famous in America. But I'm starting to wonder why I am so desperate for validation from a country that doesn't seem to value or accept me. I'm still thinking about this quote.
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    All American

    This show was a pleasant surprise. Not as great as Friday Night Lights but still very enjoyable. I hope it does get renewed. Outside of the ‘who’s the daddy’ story line (insert eye roll) I’m curious about Corey becoming the coach at South Crenshaw and his proposal to Spencer and Layla’s meltdown.
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    S05.E01: Chapter Eighty-Two

    My favorite moment was Xo going to check on Rafael. A great callback to Rafael being there for Xo during the breast cancer arc from last season. Rafael breaking down...damn...just damn. All episode he was trying to be strong and supportive. I wanted to reach through the tv screen give him a hug. Rogelio's introducing himself several times to Michael/Jason was too funny.
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    S05.E12: Shift & Save Yourself

    I fell out when Becky threw up the deuces and left Jamal to deal with Tiana and Treasure. I hated whatever the hell that was outfit Cookie wore during most of the episode. Andre better not die!
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    S03.E17: R&B

    Carnegie Mellon is in Pittsburgh. It has a reputation of being a great research university. My cousin graduated from there four years ago with a degree in Biology.
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    S03.E17: R&B

    Lots to process in this episode. I need to re-watch. That final shot of Beth staring at the bed gutted me. And I am still pissed about the ‘pre-pay before you eat’ policy at that restaurant. Beth was completely right to get up and walk out!
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    S07.E16: Star City 2040

    I feel the same way. I've been bored with the future story lines this season. This whole season has been pretty blah for me. I missed Oliver/Green Arrow this episode.
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    S05.E15: #JustakidfromCompton

    I was pissed at Dre for rejecting Kyra's scholarship. Yeah Dre I get you're feelings or pride or whatever were hurt but that was Kyra's scholarship. I actually cheered during Junior's speech to Josh about Josh's hiring someone just like him to fill the assistant's position regardless of whether or not the person was qualified. I have seen this A LOT during my career. Also, I'm really curious to see where Junior goes from here; he doesn't seem to want to go to college and that's OK. College isn't for everyone. Junior seems to have a plan to work his way up in advertising. It may or may not work but it would be a good change of pace to show that college isn't the only way to a successful career. HA! I was thinking the same thing! Even though this episode was probably filmed a while ago I definitely thought about the current college admissions scandal especially when Dre talked about how receiving a scholarship to a private school could be viewed as a handout. That immediately made me think of some people's thoughts on affirmative action. When Dre was talking about splitting the tuition between the credit cards I couldn't help but wonder how much Dre and Bow make. Between the home (is it paid off?), cars, private school tuition, clothes and shoes, and I'm assuming they are supporting Zoe they are spending a lot of money.
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    Party of One: Unpopular TV Opinions

    I am bored with the future forward story lines on Arrow and The Flash and how they are tying into present day story lines.
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    S03.E15: The Waiting Room

    HA! I laughed out loud when pretzel lady got up and left when the Pearsons started yelling because I had completely forgotten she was there. Throughout the episode I wanted to smack, yell at and hug people simultaneously. OMG the Pearsons are a lot like the Bravermans!
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    S.W.A.T.

    My heart hurt for Darryl. I wanted to reach through the screen and give him a hug. The Deacon stuff is not going to end well I fear.
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    Grown-ish

    Thanks for the explanation. The girl code stuff is lost me. I’ve never really had close girl friends; acquaintances, yes but girls/women who really know me and I share everything with, no. Plus I was a shy, introverted tomboy growing up and didn’t start dating until I was into my late 20s. Now that I’m in my 40s the introversion is still there but I can take or leave people and dating LOL. I totally get Dre’s anger over the cheating and his concern that Zoe isn’t focused on getting her education. I just think he, Bow and Zoe need to have conversation on how to move forward. Put Zoe on probation and give her a semester to get her act together, have her get a job to help support herself (plus there won’t be as much time to party). Dre reacted emotionally which he tends to do and that’s not the way to handle this situation. Luca better watch out; Pops might raid his closet!
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    Grown-ish

    Hold Up! Dre is quick to cut off Zoe but he put with Junior's gap year shenanigans for how long???!!! That just seems hypocritical to me. So I guess next season we'll see Zoe try juggling school and a job. I'm annoyed that we didn't get more interaction between Nomi and her parents. That was the story line I was the most interested in. I guess I don't understand why there's all this drama regarding Ana and Aaron's relationship???
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    S03.E14: The Graduates

    Yep, I have seen this play out in my family on several occasions. I've had to have 'come to Jesus' conversations with family members who thought that just because I'm single (and apparently have no life outside of work) that I'm some sort of on-demand, on-call babysitter or taxi driver. I don't mind helping out occasionally - especially if there's an emergency - but there's a big difference between 'helping out' and providing full-time or even part time child care. Considering Deja's history with her mom and foster care I'm not sure it's a good idea to add babysitting duties to her plate. Yeah it may not seem like a big deal but to me she's finally settling into the family and a routine; I think Deja needs time to just be a kid and focus on herself. Another thing to consider is how will Tess and Annie react to Deja being in charge so to speak when Beth and Randall are out? I don't think Annie would care but Tess could be another story. Growing up I was in charge whenever my parents were out but my brothers and I had been around each other forever. The family dynamics here are not exactly the same. God yes! Randall and Beth have got to communicate better. They just make these impulsive decisions and don't consider the fallout. I loved the rest of the episode especially the Big 3 moments. Rebecca made my heart ache during the scene at Randall's graduation.
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