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Dr.OO7

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  1. Ricky Schroeder broke my heart when he paid for that nutcase's bail. I can't believe he was my first celebrity crush.
  2. Absolutely. Like I wrote earlier, I'm not from there, but pockets of the neighborhood are all over New York City, especially Brooklyn (where I'm from). The bodega, the beauty salon, the restaurant Nina and her father ate at, the taxi stand--all completely accurate.
  3. As am I. And this is coming from a black woman herself. We get about five minutes to appreciate a movie about a neighborhood and community that's never portrayed on the big screen before it starts getting torn apart.
  4. I just finished seeing it. SPECTACULAR. I've only seen the stage show twice, so I don't remember every detail to be annoyed at the changes made. And I LIKED them upgrading Benny and Nina's relationship. I'm not from Washington Heights, but I've been there a few times and the show and the movie captured the character of the neighborhood perfectly.
  5. Exactly. It would have sucked to have yet another Jamie Bamber character get killed off, but indeed, it would have had far more emotional impact and Ellie's behavior would have made much more sense.
  6. I was just about to post that. I'm seeing it tomorrow. I have mixed feelings on when movie adaptations change things. Some changes are good, others suck. There's another BuzzFeed article which I'm looking for which discusses this. I had to laugh at the entry "Adding Songs", which declared, "Let's admit it, we all skip "Suddenly" when listening to the "Les Miserables" soundtrack.", because. . .yes.
  7. Yes, but he was the love interest of a character and he was played by Jamie Bamber, who I'm certain has it written into his acting contract that he be killed off in half of the things he stars in. He should have been doomed. Frankly, I'm still certain that they intended Qasim's storyline for him, so he probably was.
  8. Another entry in the "I thought this guy was nice, but he turned out to be a jerk" column: https://www.yahoo.com/news/bill-gates-affairs-were-open-105445551.html Apparently Billy has been working his way through his female subordinates for years.
  9. That's exactly how it's coming across. And I can't find the post about Charlotte that I wanted to quote, but indeed, several jerks (on other boards, not here) have indicated that Harry is being disrespectful to her and his brother as well with the similarities of the names.
  10. Hallmark's Christmas In July schedule. They're actually trying to be imaginative and group the movies by theme--music, military, soap stars: https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/hallmark-christmas-july-movie-schedule-113233121.html
  11. Hallmark's Christmas In July schedule. They're actually trying to be imaginative and group the movies by theme--music, military, soap stars: https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/hallmark-christmas-july-movie-schedule-113233121.html
  12. I hadn't heard that one. Don't worry, they'll come up with something equally stupid and crazy soon enough. These idiotic nutcases are creative, I'll give them that much.
  13. The date of birth (or estimated date of confinement) is usually give or take 5 days (I myself came precisely 5 days before my due date). Doctors don't usually induce until the woman's 1-2 weeks overdue. Since we have no idea when Meghan's due date was, we don't know if that would have been necessary.
  14. Even more "shocking"? Faux News also claimed that she was due on the 10th. I always figured that's why she let her post partum bump show. All the stylists in the world can't hide that.
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