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    S02.E03: Nightmare on Bourbon Street

    Because we don't have enough men on TV today LOL. Now, I dislike Reagan but I do like Tamika. I like to see self confident black women on TV who don't act like the women on Basketball Wives. What bugs me about Reagan is I sense that she doesn't get her own privilege, that if she didn't look the way she did, neither Reese nor Jeff would have been interested in her. But that is the way of the world.
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    S02.E03: Nightmare on Bourbon Street

    I don't get this Jeff love because I always thought Jeff looked creepy. I think Reagan did what many people, many women do, she was with a man who wouldn't commit, so she found a man who would commit and married him. Many women do that and many of them stay married. Unfortunately, since Reagan didn't really love Jeff, it didn't work out. What I don't like about Reagan is that she should have just cut Jeff out of her life, she has a new man. Why drag Jeff into that? Jon Moody was right, Jeff is being haunted by Reagan. He needs to cut the cord. I don't like Reese, but hey, I'm not the one with him, so to each her own. I did like how he told Reagan off; he sees that Reagan wants to be on the fence, not committing to either him or Jeff, wanting to keep both of them in her life just in case. There is no reason for Reagan to hang out with Jeff, they don't have children together. I do agree that the producers probably like Jeff; but hey, most of them are male and Jeff was a professional football player, so there is that. Kelsey has a nice body but she's fug. She looks like she had a bad nose job.
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    S01.E04: Big Expectations

    I don't get why Jenny and Sumit are disgusting to some people. I do think Tiffany is awful for bringing her son to meet Ronald. She needs to go to SA for a few months to see how it is before she brings her son there. The dating pool sucks if you don't look like an Instagram model.
  4. LOL, indeed. It's on demand and on the TLC website. The first hour is a doozy.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    Is Tiffany's mother trying out for "sMothered?"
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    Yeah, God forbid two people actually love each other. However, I don't believe in Ronald at all.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    I don't know about that, but his parents sound pretty fucked up.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    Yes, that's what she said. She's married on paper. Question, why do people assume that if a man wants an older/heavyset/ or even a dark skinned black woman, that he has to be gay. Like, no way can a real straight man want to marry a woman who's not a perfect ten.
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    S04.E08: Nowhere to Run

    Liked this review, especially what she said about Ashley and Jay. Yikes.
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    S04.E08: Nowhere to Run

    I think Pedro is just as nasty as Luis from last season. Pedro isn't decent at all. If he were he'd stick to his wife and not act like he's married to Nicole
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    S04.E08: Nowhere to Run

    I agree. She needs to drop that loser...I mean user. Don't get the Chantel hate. Don't get the Nicole (Pedro sister that acts like she wants to fuck him) love.
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    S04.E08: Nowhere to Run

    Looks like there's another "early premiere" on the TLC website, the first hour of next Sunday's episode.
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    When They See Us

    That's a good point. The Central Park 5 documentary was shown on PBS (and it on Amazon prime now). It's a good companion piece to this movie because the documentary shows how NYC looked in 1989, which is a lot different than it looks in 2019. Fairstein's defense of her actions is sadly why these boys were found guilty. At that time there were a LOT of attacks (not rapes though) in the 80's, where groups of kids would surround people (usually couples) and harass and rob them and local TV news and newspapers (where people got much of their news back then) really had people scared. So I think one of the reasons they would found guilty is exactly what Fairstein is saying now, that even they didn't commit THAT crime (which was WHAT THEY WERE TRIED FOR), they would have done something else.
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    S04.E08: Nowhere to Run

    BTW, how did Pedro feel when he and Chantel went to that club, in Miami I think and Chantel had some random guy grinding on her? I remember he got REAL pissed, he dragged Chantel out of the club and was VERY pissed, and I don't think they were even married then.
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    sMothered

    The scary thing is that I don't think this is fake. Most people might not be this extreme but I know this exists. I had a neighbor whose daughter had some type of developmental issues. The mother was ill, so her daughter became her nurse/companion. The daughter never got a real job, never got into a relationship. When the mother died, the daughter was in her mid forties; turns out she never put her daughter's name on the apartment lease. Neighbors had to write the landlord swearing that the daughter grew up in that apartment. But it didn't matter because within a year the daughter was evicted; she'd never worked a job, and thought her mother's social security would keep going to her after her mother died. That didn't happen. The daughter ran out of money and was evicted. I've known of cases where the mothers had daughters who were mentally ill. Instead of getting them help, they kept them home, maybe believing they were protecting him. But what those mothers didn't realize is that their daughters would outlive them. So the mom dies, the daughter's left in the house. In once case, the daughter stopped taking her medicine (since her mother wasn't there to administer it to her) and ended up going into a coma and eventually dying, the other woman couldn't pay the bills, and when the heat was turned off, tried to start a fire in the fireplace and nearly burned down the home in the process. What these mothers don't realize is that, being a good parent means that your child will be able to live on their own without you.
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