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Kenadi O

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  1. I'd rather the robot doll than the 3-6 month old babies that are usually trotted out for a birth.
  2. I replied before seeing this, but yes, I feel this exactly! They are definitely trolling!
  3. I'm 4 episodes behind and I decided last night to start catching up. 10 minutes in and I was done. I just couldn't with Max on this episode. I don't mind that he wants to do what's right, but he jumps head first into "solutions" without actually thinking them through first. Max has become a caricature. I'm not sure if the showrunners are actually trying to help spread the message about all these things, or if they are actually mocking the people who try to get change to happen, the activists, etc. Because making Max look stupid week after week can't be for nothing, right? I don't know if I
  4. Unpopular opinion here, but I can't fault the adoptive parents for their decision. They knew what they could and couldn't handle, which was taking care of an extremely sick child, something which they didn't sign up for. I mean, isn't that kind of the "nice" thing about adoption, you get to be a little bit picky about the child(ren) you're going to adopt? They asked for a healthy child, didn't get one. Now I know, the little girl is not merchandise, return to the store for being defective. But, I think better for her to have a chance at being adopted (obviously it's going to be Jake and his hu
  5. I can just picture her on a 911 call, chastising (not in a bad way though, more in a tone of encouragement) to get someone to do what needed to be done), so I was a little disappointed to see her refuse any help, from anyone. I think she'd be the first one to tell others to never be ashamed to ask for it, or accept it. I'm glad too that she finally did, but gosh...
  6. Yeah, my thought as well. I feel like she's doing her best to sabotage their relationship. There's no telling what was going on while Luna was staying with them (Gwen and the FIL) in CT.
  7. I feel the same way. I don't mind social issues being addressed, but you do get burned out when it's one right after another. Space it out a little bit.
  8. Thank you. I was so sleepy at the time, I could have just looked it up on IMDb, but "whatshisface" seemed appropriate for my mood LOL. Exactly! Talk about unequity right there. I do too. He's been giving bad advice, etc for so long. I still get stuck on that episode with the couple that found out they were siblings and he kept pushing the woman to give it a go even though she was very uncomfortable with it. No, you're absolutely correct. Once again, I blame that on me trying to reply to a topic when I'm half-asleep.
  9. To pretty much echo everyone's sentiment, the whole episode was pretty much intolerable. The moment Max said he wanted to put a stop to systematic racism, I knew it wasn't going to go well. I mean yeah, kudos for wanting to do it, but clearly he didn't have the first clue where to start. Maybe instead of bouncing ideas around and running at the mouth, form a committee? I dunno. Who puts a Chief of anything into a windowless room with cubicles? Iggy has no business acting as a practicing psychologist. He's not in the right state of mind and he's been making poor decisions for a very l
  10. ER is one show I never got around to watching. Yes, yes, total agreement about The Resident! We go to a clinic that's part of a teaching university, so patients are almost always usually seen first by a resident, but before an official diagnosis is presented or a prescription is given they have to consult with an attending first. I mean I don't know if that's common practice in all hospitals, but you would think it would be. But whatshisface (brain freeze on his name right now since the show is on hiatus) he just knows everything and has the power to do anything LOL.
  11. I felt bad for Izzy... I know what it feels like to have that self-loathing because you don't feel like you're good enough, because of your weight, because of other people's reaction to your weight. I knew Max sending off those opioids with the bike messengers was a really bad idea. What was to stop any of them from taking them and selling them on the streets? But I'm here for Ella. And I hadn't even thought about the passage of time with her pregnancy. I'm here for the epidural! Brings back very VERY painful memories of my own labor because I had the same thing happen to me. The epidu
  12. Yes. Athena knew all about Bobby’s family and his addiction issues before they got married. There is one episode in S2 where the firehouse eats some LSD laced brownies gifted to them and it is on what would have been Bobby’s daughter’s 13th birthday. During his acid trip he goes on the roof and claims to see her floating in the clouds. Athena is the one who talks him down. Later they discuss how painful thinking about his kids is but it is a bit of a positive turning point because it is also when May and Harry make an overt gesture showing they accept Bobby as part of their family. They ask
  13. Although Buck is still not a favorite of mine (I do like him better than I did in the beginning though), I agree about the character growth. That is my biggest thing about watching the shows that I watch, is that at some point, I expect character growth, especially when a show has been on awhile. I gave up on a highly rated TV show after a number of YEARS watching because there was absolutely no growth with any of them. You just get fed up after awhile. I have to admit though, I'm surprised it took this long to get Buck's story. He's one I would have expected early on. Speaking of Athe
  14. This. When I was a kid, I was daddy's little girl but my dad began emotionally checking out when his father died. (I was 10.) It hit critical mass when I was a teenager and I spent a good long time afterward wondering what I did wrong to make him ... not like me anymore. I'm 39 now and I'm still working on coming to terms with/remembering that I did nothing wrong and it was always his issue, not mine. It still hurts. This is me as well. I had the same relationship with my dad when I was a little girl, he spent time with me, we were somewhat close. At some point, maybe around the time
  15. A lot of good discussion on this thread. I just wanted to add a few of my own thoughts. I'm only really familiar with Karate Kid 1 & 2 (with 2 being my favorite). I've seen the other two (and also the Jackie Chan/Jaden Smith one, but I guess that one isn't canon), but they don't hold a special place in my memories the way the first two do. I'm trying to place my thoughts about Daniel and Johnny. 1st and 2nd seasons I see them as having some major growing up to do and season 3 them finally just starting to get there. Although Daniel has gone on to lead a successful, prosperous lif
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