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  1. I gave up soda; I learned after one disaster of a Lent to not give up sugar altogether. My sister's got it really hard: she gave up swearing!
  2. Snookums

    The Lodges

    At one point I think Hiram did mention changing his name because his dad was a jerk? And Veronica used that name to apply to college? It was one of those "now you see the plot point/now you don't" things the show specializes in.
  3. Old scores are settled and new alliances are forged in the series finale. Elliot makes a choice that defines his future.
  4. With the stakes higher than ever, the Wallaces are forced to go into hiding. Luan risks his life to rid himself of Mosi.
  5. The truth about Finn's murder is revealed - and The Wallaces and The Dumanis will never be the same again.
  6. Marian puts the pressure on Sean to uncover Finn's killer. How far is he prepared to go in pursuit of the truth?
  7. Darren wrestles with the chaos he's unleashed. But when mercenaries set their sights on him, will Kinney be able to help?
  8. Elliot's loyalty is tested. Sean throws a dinner to unite the two families and Alexander is asked to meet an old contact.
  9. Lale is asked to make an impossible decision. Sean enacts a dangerous plan and Elliot takes on a new foe.
  10. Elliot makes a connection with the Dumani family. Meanwhile, Sean makes a discovery about his father's murder.
  11. Unfortunately I cannot find a release date, due to, well, everything in 2020. I will keep an eye out and when there is a solid date on Cinemax or elsewhere I'll post it.
  12. All episodes were released on Sky TV April 23 2020.
  13. Not even ripe, red apples that fall out of your bag when you bump into Love Interest and then your hands touch as you pick them up?
  14. So while this may have been rather unsatisfying, in our fallen world it was probably the best version of a season finale we were going to get. For you young'uns and others who may not be familiar with seventies YA fiction, this episode was a direct lift from one of that era's most famous works, Killing Mr. Griffin. While it obviously varies from that story, it contains the same elements--a kidnapping prank gone wrong, a charismatic sociopath leader, and an enraging authority figure that, in actuality, is a caring teacher who is determined the bright young minds under his direction not co
  15. That Lincoln town car ad that has the moody blonde all sad and lonely and socially isolated in her ultra modern mansion; she then cheers herself up by ORDERING AN EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLAR CAR online. They deliver it to her door as she peers moodily yet richly out from between her costly curtains. The narrator coos the whole time about how much Lincoln understands. I don't want to hear about your problems, moody rich blonde lady. If they can be solved by ordering an EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLAR CAR online and have it delivered by some guy who now either has to walk back to town or risk infection
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