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  1. Okay, I just was reading through this again and watched the two bathroom scenes [plus a few more]. The first bathroom scene is so tight, the shot doesn't have the things in it that the later one does except that in both you can see a door or door frame to Kevin's left that leads to bedroom. [Just fyi, in second scene, in addition to toiletries, we see an extension mirror and blow drier on the wall; a little bit of the sconce beside the main mirror; gray or white tile on one part of wall, etc. Can't see any of these in first bathroom scene b/c it focuses on K's face. So I think it's impossi
  2. ugg, I did not like the family dinner scene. Nothing wrong with being close with family and probably typical for family to ask about marriage but NO, mom [Joe's mom said something like "that's what people in their 30s do" re marriage/kids] not everyone in their 30s gets married/has kids or wants to --guess which camp I fall into? 😆 Also, even if you want those things, they don't happen instantaneously. You have to find the right partner and even then it may not happen [See, e.g., Rocker Joe and Amy's miscarriages]. He seems the most "stuck" in this timeline - became a cop because of famil
  3. I SO hope Kevin ends up with Madison and not Sophie. With only one season left, it wouldn't seem like enough time to bring in someone new so it has to be one of these two right? But Sophie, ugg. Give it up, they are not good together.
  4. This is why I cannot buy Sophie as a viable love interest for Kevin. That phone call should have been a text. If all she wanted to do was congratulate Kevin on the birth of the twins and wish him well in his marriage, all she had to do was text Kevin, "Hi this is Sophie. Congrats on the babies and the upcoming nuptials." But, she decided to call him, and include the "don't ask" about her new number which of course means ask about why she had to get a new number. It's some passive-aggressive bullshit and not romantic. I do have a suspicion that the writers think this is romantic though.
  5. Ugg, this times a million! I mean first of all, even if you feel a pang when your ex says he's getting married, who the heck responds like that? You just grit your teeth, smile, and say "Congratulations, I'm so happy for you" even if you don't mean it! Plus, she's with someone so that should ease the sting, and she never wanted kids. So that was just way crappy and I really hope Kevin shakes it off. Also, I HATE Sophie. It's not the character per se, but more the idea that this childhood friend, turned GF then wife, is the absolute LOVE of Kevin's life and no one else will EVER do.
  6. I have to admit that when Mer first said that Derek was fine after his dad died, I screamed at the tv "Well, Amelia wasn't!" So I was glad that Derek said that, though laughter was probably not appropriate. And while Amelia is a great surgeon and in a good place/relationship emotionally, JUST last week she was talking about the COVID pressures and isolation making her want to get high. So she still struggles. So, yeah, Mer, death of a parent can have long-lasting repercussions. Plus, as others noted, Derek and his sister still had a mother! If I remember correctly, at some point a
  7. She has ALWAYS been like this to him which is what drives me crazy. He is a grown ass man and talented surgeon and can make his own decisions about protesting and relationships. It's fine for her to offer an opinion or advice if he asks, but damn! Yes please!! I'll admit that it would have been weird for the show not to address it, but I'm tired of COVID stories, Meredith on on death beach, Amelia stuck in the house with kids. I actually like Winston and have since he joined the cast. Granted we haven't seen a lot of him but he's a smart, charming guy who seems to be
  8. Same for me re Lexie, and the excitement of seeing Mark. And yes, Winston is great, let's continue with that please. Yes! I never thought he was good fit with Mer. I like him better with Jo [and she and Jackson have no chemistry, so let's just nip that relationship in the bud] but damn! the man would not stop interrupting her -- wanted to slap him. So, so tired of Teddy and Owen. Love Cristina texts! Ha, this made me laugh! The problem with his intern class [and maybe the new ones] is that they are just sorta there and annoying, but don't have much interactio
  9. I wondered about this too b/c it seemed like by May 2020, everyone had figured out the doubling up and that some month, some doctors from my state (SC) invented some some sort of device that allowed FOUR people to share a vent.
  10. I did feel like Beth's mom was judgy. The little comments about how the dinner needed more spice; or how it's not that hard to remember the correct pronouns. I have a TERRIBLE time with this because I come from a family of teachers who were super strict about grammar. I never would've said, as Beth's mom claimed, "Someone left THEIR umbrella at work." I would have used "an umbrella" if I didn't know if who the umbreall owner was. So it has been difficult for me to reconcile the grammar so ingrained in my head with one person being referred to as "their." [I'm trying to do better!]. And it to
  11. I didn't love DeLuca, but he was cute and I was interested in the mental health storyline...and love his Italian. Plus, there are so many others I care about less - Glasses and his boyfriend, for example. Or, McWidow- who we have little info or insight on; he's a widow, a father, and most of the time. an ass. Of all the potential mates Mer has had since Derek, he is my least favorite and they have zero chemistry. I did see a spark with him and Jo though... Also, those scenes with with Maggie and her BF....I just can't believe they are have nonstop sexy times while her bra is on. I rea
  12. I love Madison! But I'm so worried that the powers that be are gonna screw them up so that Kevin can reunite with Sophie [whom I hate] because everyone seems to think they are "soulmates" or some such thing. I feel like that is forced - they met when they were kids; married, divorced; have tried again and again, but they just aren't good together or good for each other. Thought Mads was a twit at first, but she grew on me as Kate's friend and now I really like her and Kevin together. And Miguel! What a guy. I liked that Rebecca acknowledged how hard it can be for him to be her husband.
  13. I just watched this episode again and ugg, Kathleen was awful. She and Link, as "Owen," are setting the table and she immediately starts telling her sister's "husband" all kinds of crappy things about her - like it's a miracle she went through with the wedding and didn't run; that she always runs away from things; that she's addicted to drama not just drugs... I'm not even saying it as mean as Kathleen did. Then she says "and she thinks we gang up on her." I really, really wanted Link to respond, "Well since we just met 5 minutes ago, you've said a whole ton of nasty things about your sister
  14. Yes! I was yelling at the tv- "You have 3 young children who've already lost their father!! Get on the damn vent!"
  15. It does seem unlikely but weird things happen in real life. Way back in the day, a gal I knew right out of high school broke up with her BF, had a one night fling, and got pregnant. While he wasn't a movie star, it was still someone she had only known superficially, not been dating. They've now been happily married for over 20 years [and had another child]. Danny Bonuduce [from Patridge Family] married his wife on their first date-- a blind date at that!-- and they were married for 16 years. These are the exceptions rather than the norm, but I'm okay with this for Kevin. Honestly, his rom
  16. When I was about ten or so, my family was invited to a reception for a home town sports hero [he played in NFL for winning Superbowl team] that my dad was friends with. Most of the folks there were black. I am white and at the time, had really long, straight blonde hair. While we were waiting in the receiving line to congratulate the hero, I thought I felt something touch my hair. Ignored it a first and then felt it again. I turned my head around and the little girl behind me, probably only 7, had jerked her hand back and looked guilty. I just smiled and told her it was okay. I figured sh
  17. With Tess, I agree. I think they should've discussed better way to react in the future. But also, I agree with Tess and her friend on the frustrations both of them were experiencing...and teens don't always react in the most logical ways. I also think the punishment was a bit excessive. Someone also said it could mess up Tess's chances for college but she's got what, 3 years before applying? That video will be LONG forgotten and probably hard to find if someone googles her 3 years from now. Plus, it wasn't that bad, can't see a college rejecting her for that. Also I agree with this a
  18. Oh, and Teddy was annoying. When she confronted Owen in the parking lot, all she did was tell him she loved him and made a mistake. She didn't tell him any of the stuff she told Jo ... that she got scared and sabotaged herself or whatever. Not that he would or should have accepted that, but she didn't really explain. Also, people are bagging on him for saying he hated Cristina... I don't think he meant in the general sense, but just in the moment that he cheated, he was so mad he hated her and wanted to hurt her. I mean, it's not a good look, but I think some folks took it to mean he never
  19. Yep - not gonna watch it either, wish they'd stop trying to make us. At least Jackson and the gal from Station 19 broke up. Tho, I'm not digging him and Jo...yet anyway. I had to mute the Kat/Maggie scene; and the later one with Maggie yelled to her about Richard. Stop.yelling. I get that your overworked, exhausted, mad, sad, etc., but that is just annoying to watch. Please convey your emotions in another way. Also, I'm sorry, but Kat bugs me. Jackson made that speech about how the bigness of her love makes her for all of her faults... and I was like, ummm, no. It's almost like a
  20. I really, really liked it. But then again, Turn of the Screw [actually, I think it was The Innocents] was one of the first plays I ever saw... my mom took me to a little theater production of it when I was a kid. It scared me but I also liked it. I can't really say if I liked Hill House better or not. I loved it at the time, read all sorts of recaps and analysis, but I swear, I've already forgotten most of it. The only I thing I really remember is the Bent Neck girl [won't say anything else about that so as not so spoil for others]. Anyhoo, I liked this one, predicted Jamie as the storytel
  21. I don't like it either, and I don't know what it's supposed to be, but that ain't southern. Born and raised in the South and heard a LOT of accents but hers is not.
  22. It's the Southern equivalent to "fuck you". mmm, sometimes. We also say it genuinely. I think about being a church and hearing about how someone is going through a hard time --e.g., "Mary just had twins, then her husband got laid off, and then a hurricane knocked a tree through her roof. Bless her heart, she's got more burdens then she can handle" or something to that effect.
  23. That's not that unusual if the town is as small as they make it out to be. I'm only part way through this ep but annoyed by the sous chef's lawsuit. First, in SC wrongful termination is unlikely unless he was fired for something like being a member of a protected class or because he was injured/file workers' comp, etc. As we say here, employees at will can be fired for good cause, bad cause, or no cause at all. I can't even think of any lawyer that would take that case. He also has no copyright claim on any of the dishes he might have created [assuming Dana is still using them, it see
  24. Agree a million times! Zoey has been honest with Max that she doesn't want to risk losing their friendship, at least not now. She also told him she would miss him on 4, but recognized that he was getting a well deserved promotion. But he's sulking because she wouldn't say she loved him, didn't beg him stay, and that no one on 4 thought he was any good.... but Zoey did. He's just being spiteful now [also, yes to whoever said both 4 and 6 should get the basic code as written and the 2 floors can compete from here on out]. I really, really, don't like him now. Also, someone can be a wonderful
  25. I don't see how that can be right. Rebecca is supposed to be 68-70 now. So if she lives another 25 years, that would make her 93-95. Also, Nicky would be around the same age and he did not look that old.
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