I wanted to quit Mad Men so many times but every now and then they would do something great and just suck me back in. I stayed until the bitter end, even though I also enjoyed most of the finale.
I am over This Is Us, I'm not even sure when I quit, sometime around the adoption of the foster daughter or when Randall bought a building, I forget and I don't miss it.
I was just re-watching the Season 1 finale where Henry changed the timeline and Jack and Allison were married and Jack said there's no way we don't wind up together. Always liked them as a couple and you're right, when they finally got together it was worth the wait. It helped that the actors had great on-screen chemistry.
Oh my goodness did I love Homefront. And why oh why isn't it anywhere so I can see it again? I was so invested in Jeff and Ginger.
I also loved Christy and hated the re-make/re-boot they did with a new cast. I much preferred the doctor over the reverend for Christy.
Like others I felt so bad for Lois during that examination scene. I used to work in a University Hospital in an administrative role. But I got sick once and had to go to the ER and right away some students came in with the doctor and one of them said "I know you" and I was like yeah, all students out! The doctor tried to get me to change my mind but I was like no I still have to deal with these people and be respected by them. Poor Lois had the double trauma of her diagnosis and the horrible exam.
Small part of that scene that I really loved, and it may have been mentioned by others, is the way everyone in the room took it seriously. Tyrion got of his seat and walked around to get a better view and the others stood. Just made me tear up, such a great scene.
Couldn't let this one go. That was Thelma Houston with the great legs, singing Don't Leave Me This Way. Her song and Stevie and Smokey showed what was really disappointing with this show, most of the original artists are dead. Seeing younger "contemporary" artists sing those Motown classics highlighted just how talented the original singers were.
I enjoyed the show but felt a bit let down. And talking about Motown and not talking about the Jacksons is odd, even though I understand why.
I agree with this. I thought another part of her worry was that her mom seemed to have multiple mental breakdowns with these children. Didn't she say something about them being in foster care a few times? So I think that was fueling her fear as well. Just a sad situation.
I am so happy to have my show back. I don't watch Big Brother so don't have any opinion of those teams. I do remember Rachel from her Amazing Race seasons and am waiting to see if I like her better racing with her sister than I did before. It is a real treat to finally have Colin and Christie back. I didn't like them on their season but they were undeniably good racers. In my opinion what hurt them in their season was the "betrayal" by Chip and Kim. That kind of blindsided Colin and never seemed to recover his control and he started making mental mistakes. Maybe that's why he's so Zen now. I am curious to see how they do this season. I'm just tired of seeing Rupert on my tv.
This has been my thought for a while now. That if Michael saves her parents, there's no reason for her to ever have any serious interaction with Spock/Vulcans. She may still join Starfleet but would be just another officer as far as Spock and his canon is concerned.