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  1. I'm just glad that I'm not the only one who said, "That is Dione Warwick,"
  2. Well, now I AM picturing Hunter Wars, only what I'm picturing is more in line with a really bad B-Movie type thing with 80's style sci-fi costumes and a deep voiced narrator saying, "AND NOW- The moment we've been waiting for HUNTER WARS" and really, it just gets worse from there. A competition. Losers are killed dead. Sam and Dean in Camo makeup.
  3. I still love that show. I will still love the early seasons of Supernatural. Because to me, the last couple of seasons are just crappy fanfiction. (Although is it fanfiction when it's written by people aren't fans of the original to begin with?)
  4. I loved this episode. I didn't really have an issue with Mary and the laundry. She knew he had to work on the project. And previous episodes have indicated that their washer isn't the best and there are "tricks" you have to use to get it to work at all. She did offer to do the girl's laundry also. I thought the girl was a bit of a snot, actually. It's rude to insult people in their own homes. I don't care if you're having a difficult time in your major. There are polite ways of getting your point across and they often work quite well. I've only had to do a couple of group projects. And honestly, those few times, I've usually just taken over and people let me. And in my career, same. But I don't care because I usually just want to get it over with as quickly as possible, so do the other people, so we divide and conquer and then get it done. While I was in college, it was a bonus to do my laundry someplace else. But the real draw that would have made me travel an hour was FOOD! Yes, give me cooking that isn't from my Dept of Health condemned cafeteria. (No- not joking. It was on the front page of the Detroit Free Press). I would have done the other guy's laundry myself for good cooking. And I would have done it with a smile. So I do have a different perspective on that situation. I still just LOVE John. I do. I can't help it, that little weirdo has worked his way into my heart to the point that he is one of my favorite characters on any show. He's just so gloriously delighted with so many small things that so many of us take for granted, that it is refreshing. He doesn't look down on things. He's just delighted. And I love that. And there are not enough words for Georgie and Missy. "I'm the only guy that I think is beautiful and maybe David Hasselhoff." "Get your hands off her. That's right." And, I'm with George, I would love to go back to being able to eat, drink and be skinny. Sigh- I miss those days so much.
  5. Ironically enough, our parent company is centered in Germany.
  6. my company just eliminated sick days. And we now have to use our PTO days. But we lost a week of time off. I'd rather have paid days off when it's nice.
  7. I will. We should NOT like that science hasn't come up with a way to create fuel out of used tissues. If it had, I'd personally be fueling most of the Midwestern states. And I will argue with ANYONE who says Colds are wonderful!
  8. And by focusing on Jody and Donna, we mean JODY AND DONNA- Not Jody's adopted kids! Heck- even Garth and some hunting. Mix it up a little. This show has some great acting on the bench. But it's in an episode or two at most. More MoTW could include the brothers rushing in last minute to save the day while the bench gets themselves in trouble. Heck- go for a two season arch starting in 6. Don't kill off Bobby so fast. A few more Bobby and Rufus flashbacks episodes. Intersperse more MoTW throughout the Leviathans with the big send off happening after two seasons, not one. A season 6 cliffhanger being finding out the nation is being run by them. More plotting. More plots and repercussions of the plotlines. If Mary had to come back, then make her a remotely likeable character. Go back- watch the first five seasons. Remember Ellen, you were able to make her likeable. I'm sure you could have done that with Mary. Had she been likeable, she could have carried a few episodes on her own. We hated her because she was very hateable. Like extremely. Or if you're going to make her so awful at least let the Boys- or JODY tell her off. Pick a personality for her and stick to it! Don't worry if some people won't like it. It's so much better for 10% to hate her than 90% to hate her. There are some great actors out there. Bring back the James Marston and Charisma Carpenter witches. Make them friends who help a few more episodes with them and then have to take them down as a Big Bad. I mean seriously how awesome would a confrontation between those two and Rowena have been? No Heaven as an office- EVER! I could have handled a Hell as a corporate office. I mean Crowley did Hell is a never endling line. But seriously, most of us spend our days stuck in a gray office anxiously awaiting the moment when we've done our boring 8 hours. Now the show wants me to think that is the wonderful eternity I've been promised? Please just NO! I could have handled one of the guys meeting an awesome female hunter and had her around for a while. But the pairings they gave me didn't do it for me. Sam and Becky? Sam and the married chick while Dean was in Purgatory? Just No. I did like Lisa. I liked her a lot. But she was too innocent to survive his world. They both should have an equal in the fight. I know Hollywood thinks that interesting relationships can't work on TV because once the tension is there, they don't know how to write it. That's just ridiculous because I know it's a TOTALLY different show- but did anyone ever root for Charles and Caroline Ingalls to divorce- or a little closer to home- Gomez and Morticia Addams? Give me a break. Married couples can still flirt, argue, and have great chemistry, and cut heads off vampires, ghouls and djinn. Think of the smoldering looks Dean could give a woman that kissed him, said, "That's right, babe," and then launched a grenade into a pack of evil human killing vamps. He nods and says, "'At's my girl." Or Sam gets all protective like he does, even though she can fight too. They spar a little, roll around a little.
  9. I've always thought that the platypus was proof of that sense of humor.
  10. It depends on the museum. An ex took me to a smaller town wax museum. I couldn't get out of that place fast enough. It was Vincent Price level creepy.
  11. Miss Monster sounds like Queen Latifah to me. But it could be Chaka Khan. But I'm going with Latifah. And I know I've heard Turtle's voice, but I really can't place him. One thing I do know- Dolly Parton ain't on that stage! I could slap the judges for saying she's Miss Monster.
  12. I might get attacked for this, but I've had a stressful morning. Can someone please force the JJ's to dress up with Giant lollipops and sing "We represent the Lollipop Guild"? I have a mental image, but I sincerely could use a real one. Thanking you in advance.
  13. I have a question. Am I the only one who wants to know more about the other kinds of Italian flat breads?
  14. yep. It started with them in the truck, going in, trying to get someone involved in a game. Cas took a phone call after seeing a note that said, "Gone to Alaska" on the desk in the bunker. The call was the local sheriff calling the feds about a "person of interest" or some such non-sense. I think Jack was first seen on video surveillance or actually killing the other grimoli that wasn't the doctor.
  15. This is FULL ON conjecture, I have nothing by my "What could be the worst thing" opinion to base this on. And yeah, if they can force Lucifer down our throats one last time, they will.
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