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  1. With all the youth minister talk, found myself hoping Reverend Tim Tom from The Middle would have shown up, at least for an interview. (Because all these sitcom universes are real places, after all.)
  2. Huge challenges ahead for the show runners/writers. First and foremost is the George situation. Cheating and early death are not topics ripe with merriment for a family sitcom. This is compounded by the fact that the George we have come to know is a stand-up guy. Flawed, but good-hearted. Such a wonderful relationship with Missy. Not going to be easy watching a marriage implode or him going down a dark path. Next are the growing kids. They aren't cute littles anymore; by nature, they are becoming less easy to love adolescents. Sheldon is only going to grow more obnoxious until he (ho
  3. Here's another thought - if SBu tested positive for Covid fairly recently (and we don't know if others have or need to be Quarantined) it might have been necessary to close the set temporarily. Read this and thought at first it said some of the cast might have been Quartemained. (Which actually would be a pretty good idea.)
  4. Regarding Smike, Sonny, and memory-retrieving head bumps - have to quote the noted scholar, Cousin Eddie: "She Falls Down A Well, Her Eyes Go Crossed. She Gets Kicked By A Mule. They Go Back. I Don't Know."
  5. Long-Haired Rat Declared Westminster Winner. Rioting Ensues.
  6. IF the "kids" are gonna screw up (and around) next season, may it mercifully be done offscreen. In the meantime, Geezer Bus Knock Knock Geezer Bus Knock Knock Geezer Bus Knock Knock
  7. Triangle - shriangle. The real big news of the night ... Ned invented the freakin' band-aid!!! And Nathan is gonna be just fine, especially if/when Fiona enters the picture. The man grows more of a personality any time he's near her.
  8. On the other hand ... Just before his wedding, Mary told Sheldon how proud his father would have been of him, and Sheldon admitted that he missed his father. And when Sheldon was reeling from the super-asymmetry theory apparently being discredited, it was a taped pep talk from George that got him back in the game, so to speak. Sheldon said, ”It’s interesting.I always thought that my father’s journey and mine were so different, but he also faced failure and setbacks. Maybe our lives mirrored each other more than I thought.” And he concluded by saying, "Thanks, Dad. We're g
  9. I can participate, Smart Ass. Good job, Lump. Father-son bonding at its finest. 🤣🤣🤣 So glad we were able to have dinner with the Coopers and Dr. Sturgis. Who knew talking science could be so awesome?
  10. So that's Modern Farmhouse over Haughty Derision for the win. 😉
  11. Think it's great having other familiar faces showing up to help with the renovations, but come on, HGTV. Jenny and Dave Marrs make comfortable TV. Christina in the Backwoods would be all kinds of awesome.
  12. Surely now that Rosemary has decided to become an investigative journalist she will discover the well-kept secret that since 1914 war has been raging in every corner of the world ... except Hope Valley.
  13. What I don't understand is that in a town with a full-time Mountie and the head of the flippin' WSB (General Hospital-ly speaking) in residence, only Rosemary seems concerned about potential nefarious shenanigans afoot. If Abigail returns, will officially be cheering for a large meteor to make a direct hit on Hope Valley - on a day Fiona, the Colters, and the new minister and family are all out of town, of course.
  14. And Eugene Barkley. (He adds a little Western flair.)
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