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  1. A lot of times it isn't just the musicians. The record companies are a big stumbling block to use of music. Frankly, I wish that copyright law had been amended to set up reasonable payment for rebroadcast in any form of shows using licensed music. The creators of the show used the music for their creative vision, and they should be allowed to have that vision available to the public. It will never happen and deciding a fair, reasonable rate that won't break the bank for rebroadcast would be a difficult needle to thread.
  2. The crack about living with mold was uncalled for, however, I took it more to mean that she hires people to clean her house so she doesn't know the elbow grease it takes to get rid of mold.
  3. Yeah, my impression was the defendants either didn't care about replacing the fence, or didn't want to pay to replace it. They figured if they dragged it out log enough the plaintiff would either give up, or do what he did, pay for it himself. I would have made them pay for half even with the gap, because their recalcitrance is what caused all the issues.
  4. Roku Channel has the original music as well. It's great being able to see these again.
  5. Maybe not, but having a job is relevant to Douglas, so I'm fine with that. Judge Marilyn lives in Florida, a COVID hotspot and would have to travel to New York, where things are under pretty good control. Under NY law, she would have to quarantine in order to shoot in the court room. So, Zoom it is for the foreseeable future. I don't know where Judge Mathis lives or where the show is shot, but I'm sure quarantine restrictions play a big role in deciding how to bring these shows back.
  6. I think that on THIS house the time pressure was for getting it on the show. They only showed to realtors, instead of prospective buyers, so the house wasn't on the market. Now they might just leave the wood unpainted, but with this flip I felt that things were going to be finished before they actually put the house up for sale.
  7. On a few other flipping shows they talk about flipping different houses at the same time. so Tad, et al. demolish one house then move on to the next one, while the other contractors are working on this one. I wonder if Mina and Karen owned the awful house next door. I noticed that by the time this one was being shown, it was being worked on. I can't imagine M&K would renovate this house unless they KNEW that the house next door was going to be renovated before they tried to sell.
  8. Nashville is up next. I liked them so I'm okay with that. Sadly, Vegas has already been renewed for another season and Atlanta has not. The Fort Worth one didn't even get a second season I hope Atlanta gets another because I'm not fond of the Vegas guys at all and I like Ken and Anita best of the flippers.
  9. The actress is 41. The multiple rapes started when she was 12, but she could have been14 or 15 when she had the baby. Basically its not that far off.
  10. We do know that Annalise was sexually abused by her uncle although I think a child of that relationship would be older. Basically, there are reasons that Annalise could have had an off screen child that she didn't want to think about ever again.
  11. Although it looks like Bonnie suffocates the victim, it is also possible that she was trying to stop the bleeding and the muffled sounds were because whoever it was was dying with Bonnie trying to save them. The show loves misdirects and I would not like it if they redo Bonnie's the actual murderer story. The first time was enough. The gasps and groans sounded female to me, but I could be wrong. Maybe the victim is Laurel's mother, who was trying to kidnap Christopher? We've been told she's alive. I think they want Gabriel to stick around, maybe as a replacement for Wes, so he could be safe. E
  12. Except he bled all over the apartment when he ran away, so that's proof that he was stabbed in the apartment, just like Joan said. I really rolled my eyes at the idea that 5'3" Joan, suffering from 2-3 broken ribs was able to beat up 5'11" Michael and kill him. Yes, he was bleeding, but really? I understand them wanting a "Sherlock proves Joan innocent of murder" story line, but this is not a good way to go.
  13. They do seem to be set on keeping the kids out of it. I'll say again, this is what they have been told is necessary to keep their jobs. They are being asked to play out not the divorce of Tarek and Christina, but what HGTV thinks the viewers want to see as the divorce of T&C. People expect divorced exes to be jealous when the ex starts dating, so we get scenes of them being jealous of each other dating, even though they may be long past that point. People expect exes to fight over various things when they divorce and HGTV is giving us the cliched fights that they think people want. Eventua
  14. You are not the only one to hate open concept. A writer named Kate Wagner just wrote The Case for Rooms She also runs a wonderful blog McMansion Hell which critiques the huge, overpriced McMansions in America. I would love for her to critique some of Tarek and Christina's remodels, because I think she'd be hilarious about them. Sadly, it wouldn't pass the copyright test.
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