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  1. I loved this episode. Sheldon learning to empathize - or at least fake it - was priceless. Billy Sparks is having a growth spurt!
  2. When Frank's car flipped over, I almost fell of the couch laughing. Yeah, it was stupid - stupid funny!
  3. If you're too old for "Sorry Not Sorry", maybe you're old enough that your kids (or grandkids) looove "Frozen". Demi Lovato sang the version of "Let It Go" that plays during the credits.
  4. Someone posted this in the "From Across The Pond" thread in the "Everything Else" forum: You have to look at the entire thread - it is awesome and the best thing ever:
  5. Odd that they didn't include Mitch, Manny, or Lily, but they included Dylan.
  6. It never ceases to amaze me how much time black women have to spend on their hair. I never even thought about it until I saw Chris Rock's documentary "Good Hair". I'm glad they had this episode and otherwise mention the topic occasionally.
  7. Here is a site with a bunch of pictures of Julia Butters on the red carpet at the Golden Globes: https://www.popsugar.com/celebrity/julia-butters-at-the-golden-globes-2020-47068541
  8. When Abishola was "floating" towards Kemi on that IV stand, she looked so different! I was glad to see a big smile on her face; she always looks so tired.
  9. I'm glad that in the end the newscaster turned out to be so nice and encouraging. At first I thought she was just going to be "another pretty face".
  10. Emory was great in this episode. For a teenager, he's really observant and gave out good advice!
  11. I can see a restaurant serving stew making a go of it in a mall, with a lot of walk-by traffic and a group of people having access to many menu options. But imagine a group of people getting in a car and driving to a diner to get stew? I like stew, but I don't like it THAT much! They need other items, like maybe ... loose meat sandwiches? Oh, did they come up with a name for the restaurant? I think "The Stew Pot" (from the episode title) would be good.
  12. I met Pat Summitt (legendary basketball coach of the Tennessee Lady Vols) once, and I was a babbling idiot, but she was very nice to me, shook my hand, and thanked me. I still cry on the anniversary of her death.
  13. I do not care for that old woman, and I am not looking forward to seeing more of her.
  14. It was interesting to see Adam walking; I had a reaction to it too. It's really pretty amazing how well adjusted he's become.
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