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Tallulah7606

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  1. I liked Gabby at the very beginning, I liked the chemistry between her and shay. She was feisty but loyal. They turned her into the most self absorbed narcissist possible in later seasons. It really started to grate on me how she would just tell Casey that she was doing something huge without even a hint of a discussion first. I’m adopting Louie, I’m taking in Bria, I’m moving my dad in, I’m having a baby even though it might kill me......
  2. Lol! Prior to the whisperers entrance, any Beth centric episode was my worst. I felt like the only viewer in existence that actually cheered when she finally met her maker
  3. Worst episode in the entire 10 year history! I left it playing and started housework because I got that bored. I do not care one jot about the origin of Alpha. I can’t bear the character or the actress, so for her to be given an entire episode to use that ridiculous faux southern drawl in was my idea of tv hell
  4. Tracy has changed so much over the years! 😂 back in the 80s and early 90s she was played by another actress, and she was just a narky, spoiled teen with a bad attitude. After her kidney op she disappeared for years then came back one day as this actress. She was utterly vile and completely evil- blackmail, bullying, stealing, lying, cheating..... and murdering. working with Mary seems to have mellowed her 😂 I like her now, and I’ve literally NEVER liked Tracy in all the years I’ve watched Corrie
  5. Difficult one to answer, I’ve recently rewatched early 00’s Corrie too, and I have to say that I loved Karen at the time. I was genuinely gutted when she left, I thought she and Steve together were hilarious. But watching it again nearly 2 decades later, I see her very differently. She was mostly vile if I’m honest, I still like the character and I adore Suranne Jones, but my opinion has changed hugely over time
  6. No!! Couldn’t disagree more! I love Rick, Andrew Lincoln was the whole reason I started even watching the walking dead way back when. I miss Rick, it’s a totally different show without him-and I don’t like how Michonne has inserted herself in his boots as a pseudo leader. on a different subject, is nobody going to mention Dan Foglers dramatic weight loss? At first I thought ‘wow! Good for him’ then I realised with his weight loss he also seems to have lost his personality and his funny bone.
  7. I quite agree 😂 but prepare yourself to be truly disappointed with the rest of the season then. There’s quite a few Maggie and Owen centric episodes to come.
  8. I agree on both counts too, Sinead was wooden and one dimensional before the terminal storyline, but her heartbreak has felt almost real, to the point where I’m finding it really hard to watch. Then on the other side of the coin we’ve got ridiculous, gurning Gemma and her truly dreadful mother. There’s no sign of either of these awful characters being written out yet so I’ve had to resort to only watching Corrie once Its recorded, just so I can fast forward all their scenes
  9. 😂😂 genuinely laughed out loud at this. Are you a firefighter yourself then? If so, thank you for all that you do
  10. Wait, so there’s a third fire engine in firehouse 51?? We haven’t had season 7 yet in the UK, I assumed Hermann was going to take Caseys spot on truck-and I also assumed ‘truck’ simply meant normal fire engine with water supply and ladders. I didn’t realise they had a whole different vehicle for the purpose of water. It’s completely different in the UK. We don’t have engine, truck and squad, nor do we have firehouse paramedics. We have pump and pump ladder and they respond to each call as a multi disciplined unit, the ambulance, if necessary, comes from a separate ambulance station. I’m not so sure on the more senior roles, but I know the in house ones (lietentant, captain) work the same way. Again, thank you for the explanation, it helps to make sense of what I’m watching
  11. Wow!!! Thank you! (I’m one of those really awkward types that like to understand exactly what I’m watching in real terms 😂) that explanation is above and beyond what I hoped to get. You explained it perfectly, thank you!!
  12. I’m new to Chicago med, only on season 2, but can anyone tell me if at any point Maggie does any actual nursing? I love the character, but literally all she does is stand and stare at that electronic device/phone thing. It’s my understanding that an ER charge nurse runs the ER, but also practices actual nursing
  13. So I’m new to Chicago fire, and I’m totally clueless as to how firehouses work. I get that the firefighters work 24/48 shifts, which would mean there are two other shifts of firefighters at station 51. So my question is this, if Boden is the chief, is he also working the two other crews shifts? Because surely a chief should be in residence every day, but he can’t work 24/7. So how does it work?? Is he one of three different battalion chiefs at 51?
  14. Adam Rickitt 😂😂 he was shockingly bad! 😂😂 He and Leanne still aren’t a good match, she’s not a good match with anyone, she needs to get run over by a tram and leave for good. On a side note, I HATE that chipmunk voiced older son of the new family. What on gods earth were the casting people thinking of choosing him!?!?
  15. I know right! Like we’re supposed to be in suspense now until season 16 to see how Merediths life pans out. Of course they’re not going to fire her permanently! The show is named after her! It’s just a stupid non-cliffhanger. And Webber is obviously safe too. That hospital couldn’t function without him. Using any threat to Meredith’s life or job as a cliffhanger is utterly pointless. We know she’s always going to survive. And the day she doesn’t sign a new contract, we’ll hear about it months and months before her character is written out, and that will be the day the show ends.
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