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TomGirl

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  1. Sonja was a pleasant surprise tonight. And I loved the blue top she wore for the painting party.
  2. Rinna’s are even worse. Are those implants or hot air balloons?
  3. I like Ebonie so far, and think she’s a good addition to the show. But I cringe every time she refers to the other women as bitches, which she does constantly. I realize it’s just an expression she uses and isn’t meant to be an insult, but it’s like nails on a chalkboard to me!
  4. Lauren Lane looked fantastic in that table read! She’s probably had some work done, but she’s aged beautifully.
  5. Jason and Molly dishing on Bravo. More.
  6. I wondered the same thing. If not, that baby is one heck of an actress!
  7. Hah! I watch the Saturday Roseanne marathon every weekend, so no judging here. Two of my favorite Becky episodes are the birth control episode (of course) and the one where she’s feuding with Roseanne and refuses to talk to her.
  8. I think Lecy Goransen has emerged as the MVP of this show. She’s great with both comedy and drama. For that matter, she was consistently good in the original series.
  9. I think that’s what Matt felt was the breaking point. Not the fact that Rachael said/did some racially insensitive things in 2018, but the fact that, even in 2021, she apparently could not realize or understand the impact of those things. Add me to the list of those who think Acho did a great job.
  10. Henceforth, the perfect nickname for Matt.
  11. And ... this sets the stage for the best recap of this season yet, courtesy of rainsong. (I request @Rainsong also continue with recaps of the commercials.) I totally agree, best recap ever. “It’s GOLD, rainsong, GOLD!”
  12. Lol this sounds like a line from Adam Sandler’s Chanukah song. 🤣🤣 JP Rosenbaum wore a yarmulke Not just at his wedding but on all eight nights of Chanukah
  13. Ah, the good old days!
  14. My father (born in the U.S.) did a medical residency at the Mayo Clinic in 1940s. He was the first Jewish resident that Mayo had ever accepted, his credentials being so impressive that they almost had no choice but to accept him. Antisemitism was rife in that era, and my dad certainly felt it, and felt immense pressure to excel, not just for himself but on behalf of all Jewish people.
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