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  1. Did anyone else notice that Georgi's former wife, Octavia, was wearing a "barely there" summer top when they were sitting in the park while Georgi and everyone else who passed by were wearing winter jackets? In a scene following shortly after that, it was so cold that a person's breath was visible. Rather obvious she chose a garment to "show off her sexiness for the camera."
  2. It's quite shocking to me that Tom and Ericka's huge mansion ended up with only three bedrooms after her remodeling it, per her own comment. Who would want to pay $9M for a 3-bedroom house? Whoever purchases it undoubtedly will remodel it again carving out more bedrooms.
  3. I often stopped at the Grey Block Pizza when I would be in Santa Monica. Originally, it was named Abbot's. As I remember, Abbot's first located on Abbot Kinney Blvd. in Venice (with excellent reviews) opened this second Pico Blvd. location. In approximately 2012, there was a management split with the Pico Blvd. location changing it's name to Grey Block Pizza. I never gave much thought to the new name, but I would assume it got it's name because the building it's in looks like a concrete block building painted in a grey tone. Just my guess. Their pizzas were enormous, thus so were the
  4. On last night's show, Danielle said she was not married to the father of her children but rather had something like a 22-year relationship with him. That's quite an accomplishment for anyone. The new friends she has seem to only be interested in their 15 minutes of TV fame. I've grown to actually like Danielle after first disliking and feeling sorry for her. There's a naivety and sweetness about her that can be endearing. I agree she could do a lot in improving her appearance, such as dressing more appropriately for her size, washing her hair more often, and wear glasses that are mo
  5. Zach's pronunciation of social as sosh-al has bugged me for years. He used it again last night.
  6. I've never been able to understand the coat incident from its beginning. If Crystal left her coat in the living room, why not leave it there? Why did Sutton feel it necessary at that time of the night to bring it to Crystal's room? Crystal certainly didn't need the coat in her room. It wasn't as though it was left in a public area like a hotel lobby. Fact is, the next time Crystal would have needed the coat would have been when leaving the house where the coat would have been in the living room.
  7. If I were Angela and I was told by the doctor before surgery that he was going to remove 1 pound of breast tissue each and then of his own accord removes 2 pounds, I definitely would not be happy. I wonder if this could be grounds for a malpractice suit? She had to have signed a Consent Form to have the surgery. I wonder how detailed this consent was and whether it specifically mentioned how much tissue was to be removed. In any event, the result is so much better than before and healthier for her.
  8. I hope Colt finds happiness with Vanessa. Their relationship should be so much better than his and Larissa's. Compared to so many of the men we've seen on 90 Day Fiance, Colt's not such a bad guy.
  9. Tiffany has put herself in a terrible position for having married Ronald, not only because of his gambling addiction and untrustworthy behavior but his ensuing legal problems most likely preventing him from entering the U.S. She made a huge mistake getting involved with him and placing her son in the position of being verbally berated by "his dad." It's time to cut her losses and let Ronald go.
  10. So happy to read Kenny and Armando are now married and so many people attended their wedding. It's heartwarming to know their union is accepted by so many. Lovely family unit they formed with Armando's daughter.
  11. I watched about half of the premiere show and didn't care to see any more. There's something about the parents and the kids and their family dynamic I don't care for. With that many kids being legally blind, their riding bikes in the street scared the daylights out of me. It only takes a split second for an accident to occur by losing one's balance or perhaps just one child running into another and causing a chain reaction collision. With the parked and moving cars we saw, there's little allowance for mishaps. Better for them to ride in a more protected area such as a park bike path.
  12. I recall when seeing Reza's house last year that it was on a corner which means he has no "back yard." His swimming pool is situated at the corner of the property to the side of the house which means the sidewalk and the street are just beyond his fence. His planting of the quick growing bushes he did will offer a degree of privacy once they grow higher. I also recall from last year that his home is in "the Valley," which has lower real estate prices than Los Angeles proper itself. His and Destiny's homes are typical 3-bedroom tract homes most likely built well over 50 years ago.
  13. Am I the only one watching this show? I'm thoroughly enjoying it, both the sharp writing and the caliber of the puppets they've created. They're really spot-on. Last night's show skewered Ellen Degeneres throughout the show in various segments in a very timely manner with what's been in the news this week. The show needs more publicity and I hope it continues on. The use of the puppets interspersed among real people is also interesting.
  14. I'm not at all surprised the show is ending. Whether Ellen is ending it as she says or it's because of ratings and lack of A-list guests wanting to be on it we may never know. I've been a loyal viewer for quite a few years but in the last year or so, even before Covid, I found myself enjoying it less and less. Covid seems to have been the final straw, first with repeats, then Ellen broadcasting from her home, then in the studio minus an audience, and then with an audience in the studio on TV screens. The show lost its energy and spontaneity without a live audience for Ellen to play off of.
  15. Our State Department has issued a Level 4 travel advisory (the highest) "not to travel to India or to leave as soon as it is safe to do so" per Bloomberg News today. How this may affect Jenny is unknown. Having tested positive for Covid, will she be admitted back to the States? Will her monthly visa not be renewed? She must be frantic at the moment.
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