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  1. You're welcome @ProfCrash! Glad I could help :-)
  2. FYI, if the issue is not resolved by next week, the CBS ws always has eps online the next day to watch for free during a certain timeframe (not exactly sure what that is, maybe a week or more...?) before they lock the content to cable subscribers only.
  3. Would definitely prefer the Ramona Quimby username, thx! Sorry it took me awhile to reply,
  4. Hmmm. Sorry didn't realize that, thx! If you could just merge both accounts into one, it would be greatly appreciated!
  5. I just noticed that my display name/username, which used to be "Ramona Quimby," has/had been switched back to a past display name/user name "Writerbug." I had made a few comments using the "Ramona Quimby" name, not many, but a few (mainly in the Books Forum.) When I tried to switch back to "Ramona Quimby," I was told that another user was already using the same name; am presuming/hoping that this is a bug and I am the user who is using the "Ramona Quimby" name.
  6. For those in certain areas, you can watch new/current Jeopardy eps on Locast.org. it's only $5/month + you get other local channels as well. It's not available in all parts of the country, but it's how I watch Jeopardy regularly.
  7. I know that one of my favorite episodes (aside from "To Catch a Thief") is "Melodrama," S6.19, where Rose auditions to be an on-air reporter.
  8. LBS, I think maybe the time travel book you are thinking of is (and one of my personal faves) is Charlotte Sometimes. It's about two girls at an English boarding school who switch places between the present + WWI (1918).
  9. The Vacationers by Emma Straub is really good, as are most books by Emily Giffin and Jane Green if you haven't read anything by them before. I second Jennifer Weiner and also recommend The Next Best Thing as well.
  10. Also books by Caroline B. Cooney (esp The Face on the Milk Carton series) and her Time Travelers series (more like historical fiction than anything else...) The Orphan Train series by Joan Lowery Nixon, about siblings sent West from NYC on the actual orphan trains. The Mother-Daughter Book Club is fantastic and sounds like what you might be looking for (about a group of girls and their moms who form a book club (they even read some of the books mentioned here and might inspire your daughter to read other books. Leaving Fishers by Margaret Peterson Haddix, about a girl who joins
  11. Hanahope, I would highly recommend YA Historical fiction like "The Luxe" (Amazon: "Gossip Girl meets the Gilded Age") and "Bright Young Things" (1920s NYC flappers) by Anna Godbersen as well as "The Divas" (1920s series set on Long Island) by Jillian Larkin. Also the two-book series by Ann M. Martin and Paula Danziger (P.S. Longer Letter Later and Snail Mail No More) novels in letters and emails between two best friends when one moves away, (Warning: there are some serious topics discussed here and there in the books, alcoholic father, parents separating etc., but ultimately are upliftin
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