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  1. I’m so excited about this book? I can’t stand it. I’m already in pre-mourning for the end of this podcast, so this will give me something to look forward to that’s 90210 related. In other nerd news, I confess that when I have a day or two where my other podcasts aren’t grabbing my attention, I love going back to the early seasons and listening again. Some, like the actual tv episodes, I’ve listened to multiple times with great enjoyment.
  2. *tips hat* It came from a place of pure Minnesota passive-aggressive lefse-fueled rage. Skol! I love the random end-of-show challenges but I for one would love to hear a commemorative return to MBaDtK for Dylan's return. Yes!! Except I’m mostly so incredibly annoyed with him in the remaining episodes, maybe it should be Mad, Bad, and Annoying to Know.
  3. Re: Dylan’s oh so casual drinking DRIVES ME CRAZY!!! I think I remember him fobbing it off as{pinched brow} “some people can” Maybe... BUT NOT DYLAN McFREAKinAY!!!!
  4. This is the best thing I’ve read in days!
  5. Gads, it’s milquetoast mall attorney Matt time. Ugh. I’m pretty sure heroin-addicted Dylan does not have bellybutton-itis. He can however, apparently drink without issues or problems. Not that being an alcoholic prone to falling off the wagon and getting sick on two airplane bottles of vodka, were ever a remotely important part of his character. WRITERS!!!!!!!!!! Season 9 man howdy.
  6. I always look forward to these visual aides, but all of these made me laugh so hard! Well done guys. The show keeps reaching new and remarkable lows, but the VA’s just keeps getting better.
  7. Yes! Especially Steve! He has come to blows with people over lesser slights to Samantha.
  8. This is probably giving the writers waaay too much credit but: With regard to Kelly’s oversized white sil pajamas, she did tell Brenda in Slumber Party that she only slept in men’s silk pajamas. Hello continuity! (?)
  9. I should not have listened to this while trying to eat breakfast. It was either choke to death or spit out partly chewed breakfast food. Oh the humanity! Ew, the cleanup. Shoutout to Brian Krakow!! ? Brian was at least more sympathetic, being a 15-year-old nerd who got an erection simply from Delia brushing against his hand. There’s no excuse for brandon’s behavior... Or for Brandon.
  10. The absolute best part of season 7 are these podcasts, the visual aids, and the captions.
  11. I've always thought that too, about Michele Phillips and Jennie Garth. I mean, there's no denying that Jackie is the best, and a better actress than MP, by far. But that would have been perfect looks-casting.
  12. This is apropos of nothing, but I couldn't wait to tell this to people who might not think I'm quite as weird as the general population would. I had a dream last night that I was directing an episode of our show. The actor playing Rush Sanders was the actor who played Mitch "The Flash" Leery. Clearly I watch (and listen to podcasts of) 90's teen soaps way too much. Back to comments about these wonderful visual aids.
  13. Homeless vet was first in a summer beach club episode. He was annoyed by Brandon too though, which is always a plus.
  14. The clerk in the convenience store "I'd like to exchange an egg", because she was having none of it! Best deadpan ever. But to go go with someone who was in more than one scene, I too have to go with Charisse. Or Charisse's boyfriend. Both because they were having none of Brandon. "...Someone's been reading their Spike Lee handbook!"
  15. I wondered about the decaf espresso too. I'm not a coffee drinker, but I've never heard or paid attention to her saying decaf before. It came through so clearly in the clip, that I actually said aloud as I was walking, "whaaaat? Decaf? Espresso? Is that a thing?"
  16. This episode is the very height(out of so very many choices) of my intense Brandon dislike. Yes Kelly was Queen Bitch of Get Over Yourself Island, but uber-judge-y asshole Brandon passing such judgement, and laying in wait for her to come home like he was abusive father to her wayward child is absolutely more than I can take. Haaaaaaaate! looking forward to next week and seeing David's license wherein he is a blonde female. And the following week when he encounters creepy Dr. Strange. I wouldn't want to talk to that dude ever. So much show in season seven, so little to "look forward to"... At least there's awesome snark potential.
  17. I thought you had permanently won my heart in the podcast with "...tip of the dumbberg", a phrase I wish to adopt and raise as my own child. Then I checked out the visual aids, and "crimp wimple" made me laugh so hard I snorted. I love you guys. Only you could make the season seven slog worthwhile.
  18. Same for me. I thought I was going auditor-ily insane. Then later you hear the loop in its rightful order.
  19. I've just finished binging this, so I'm just now reading recaps and articles. As if I wasn't already thrilled that one of my favorite AWT90210 podcasters was doing these recaps, well... THIS fine paragraph sent me over the moon. So well stated, Tara!! Much respect on your writing. "Just like everyone else in Gilead, to greater and less degrees, Mrs. Waterford's life is one of unrelenting pain and deprivation -- and yes, the episode makes clear the irony that she helped do this to herself. But it should also be required viewing for Tomi Lahren and Michelle Malkin and Laura Ingraham and Kellyanne Conway and Sarah Huckabee Sanders and even Sarah fucking Palin so that they can maybe start to get the tiniest inkling of what the political philosophy they espouse and promote actually has as its endgame. Any woman who thinks she can participate in political life without actively working against patriarchy is just working against her own interests, and those of all her sisters. She might be able to convince herself, temporarily, that she can elevate herself to the top of a reactionary power structure if she just stands on the hands and backs and necks of enough other women. But that just means her inevitable humiliation in a pussy bow hasn't happened yet, not that it isn't going to. I am not a crackpot.
  20. Wasn't Sal, the former Peach Pit owner, Nat's uncle? I am pretty sure--and according to a few online sources also--Sal was Nat's father. I think it's just another one of the many times the writers didn't care about continuity or those insignificant details. Why can't I make the quote mark box work?
  21. Whereas in the episode in season four where Brenda takes us back to 1968-9; And Whereas in the episode in season two where Girl whose daddy was a mall-designing mogul and Brandon has a hissy about the Peach Pit being torn down; And whereas I at least one or two other episodes where it is mentioned: I hearby submit that Nat's father's name was Salvatore/Sally/Sal and not as mentioned within this episode hitherto: Francesco/Frankie. Get it right, 90210 writers. Oh wait, look who I'm talking to. Nevermind. I rest my case.
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