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  1. I missed the very beginning, too, so am unsure where they were. I assumed the article was correct. but they might not be. I did like the total rearrranging he did - the 4 beds in the bigger room upstairs made the most sense. Plus the only bathrooms were downstairs and that's better for the "older" folks to sleep on that level, too. πŸ˜„ ("older" being the parents and grandparents, or any adults renting with kids). Let the kids go up and down the stairs for the bathroom.
  2. On HGTV. Scott McGillivray (previously of Income Property) returns with Vacation House Rules. Premiered tonight (July 11, 2020). Article on first episode - Scott McGillivray's "Vacation House Rules" Is Our New Favorite Show
  3. I had only ever seen a couple eps of this show, and that was mostly as background while visiting my parents. So today is the first where I've seen several eps in a row. I am glad to see I am not the only one that thinks everything is always the same. I was going to ask if they ever do something other than black/grey/white kitchens and bathrooms, but I see that's been discussed. Apparently, yes, but long ago. πŸ˜„ At least they put color on the outside of the house occasionally.
  4. FLORIDA MAN, Dramedy, Fox: Billed as a quirky rom-com procedural set in the Florida Panhandle. Since personal tragedy struck five years ago, loquacious, eccentric Bell Prescott hasn't left the rambling property on the Apalachicola River that he shares with his mother. But a new unsolved case compels him to become the town’s volunteer criminologist, grudgingly investigating murders as he secretly tries to solve the crime that destroyed his life.
  5. I agree. I always thought Marcel was annoying but so many others were annoying, too. Somehow all the other annoying people banded together to single him out and couldn't let it go. I kept forgetting how old these people actually were (i.e. all adults). It all seemed to high school.
  6. Matt Paxton is back this season. Whoo hoo!
  7. Great guest stars as various moms! Loni Adnerson as Bonnie's mom! And the Meanie Moms from The New Adventure of Old Christine - one as Riley's mom, one as Tucker's mom. πŸ˜„
  8. I've been watching this on Freeform (I think?) Thursday and Friday mornings. I totally ignored it when it was originally airing. They are currently near the end of Season 4. I'm glad I went back and read so I could see I am not the only one so over the Ben/Riley/Danny at this point. I keep thinking "Really?!? This is still going on?! WHYYYY??????" but I keep watching. I did skim ahead and see it gets better, so I'll keep watching.
  9. I know. It does take quite some time to film and edit. I know prior seasons took nearly a year to do so. Now throw covid into the mix and I'm sure that's creating a gap, too. But I still want to see new episodes now! πŸ™‚
  10. From Cory's FB.. In case you can't see the link
  11. I've been sort of binging this over the past couple of weeks. I'm in the middle of season 11 right now. (It's nice background TV). Despite being an Iron Chef, and owning several successful restaurants, I think Bobby is often underrated so I think it's fun watching him cook outside of the Southwest flavors, when called for. I've seen a huge range in quality/skills of competitors, which I can understand in the beginning when the show is new and no one knew what it was, but as we go it seems more glaring. I actually like her*, but I am getting tired of Katie Lee for some reason. I don't even think she's been on the most, among the various "friends". It's not horrible or anything, I'm just tired of seeing her. (*yes, I even liked her as the "Katie LeeBot" host of the first season of Top Chef).
  12. Comedy, ABC: The Harmans are a blue-collar family living in deep San Fernando Valley who suddenly experience a major culture clash when their daughter gets accepted into a prestigious Los Angeles private high school filled with students and parents who want nothing to do with her, her family or their 818 area code.
  13. Comedy, CBS: Follows the friendship between Riley, a Marine combat veteran struggling to readjust to civilian life in Ohio, and Awalmir, the Interpreter who served with his unit in Afghanistan and has just arrived to start a new life in America.
  14. Comedy, NBC: A unique mix of adults at a night school GED prep class unexpectedly bond over their shared experience and find themselves helping each other both inside and outside of the classroom. Based on the 2018 feature.
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