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  1. Liv Tyler was the weak spot in That Thing You Do..She's also a weak spot here. I actually thought this was better but found myself hating it with the tedium of it all...I am out....I went to Hulu and watched the pilot for the original and found that a lot more fun...this just seems so lifeless and sour.
  2. I'll watch it tomorrow night too but I found myself snarking on it a lot. It felt like a Rob Lowe vehicle with a focus group cast, stereotyped Texans and a predictible plot...plus, an ongoing mystery....
  3. Oh..watching my Vikes not really show up was painful. It really is frustrating when they blow itas they get into so many post seasons... I just hope the Packers win tomorrow!!!!
  4. ABC is rerunning all THREE of the GOAT episodes tonight in prime time starting at 8pm(Saturday 1/11)..for anyone that missed any...
  5. I was sad that I missed this as I thought it aired earlier and I was watching the Jeopardy thing but apparently, it's at a later time now? Good episode..if not a bit rough around the edges...
  6. Loved tonight's episode and thanks to Jeopardy, I actually tried to remember all the lyrics to "Dance Hall Days" by Wang Chung.
  7. I, as a woman, hold open doors for anyone regardless of gender. It's called courtesy to all...
  8. I am still laughing at the special guest star for the Chemists category..Perfectly hilariious...
  9. I might miss a couple of nights...does anyone know if they'll be available on Hulu?
  10. ...and Garrison Keillor is trying for a comeback with a Twin Cities publication as his tool...and a writer for said publication wasn't having any of it...so, she quit.. https://bringmethenews.com/minnesota-news/msp-magazine-columnist-quits-over-upcoming-garrison-keillor-story?fbclid=IwAR02xRkZzb1q6afolHFUmlrjK7indGNR8WEBlWxxyVTlONvc2m31mjuURwI
  11. ..and Dick Gregory did more for social change, justice and racial harmony than Cosby did in his career. I always thought it was strange that even those who worked on his show..in retrospectives always referred to him as "Mr. Cosby"...as if he was above all of them and they owed him....
  12. I was so tickled to see Cold Case come up on the Roku Channel that I gave up watching the Law and Order reruns I'd been binging on my Philo. It really is my jam now...
  13. There was a great Lenny line that I loved from some episode... As he's arresting a group of teens in a lunch cafeteria, one of the punks said "Hey, what's my crime???" Lennie says "For starters, mayo on corned beef for one"... That made me fall out of my chair...
  14. I enjoyed it but Tom trying to get the crowd to do the wave was made of win. I wanted to like the Earth, Wind and Fire tribute but it carried so many memories of my late friend that I found myself missing him more...I weirdly enjoyed the Sesame Street one the most. I grew up on it and the fact that it debuted a year before I was born makes me feel old...so old...
  15. I rented this on streaming last night and God, I loved it...the plot, there really wasn't one 'til the end but it just felt like a period piece with two guys who could be brothers. Leo and Brad were great in it. What others see as flaws, I see as hitting my sweet spot...the long drives...on freeways with little traffic..the pans of all the older buildings...the closeups of the dashboards and the music and the radio jingles..all of it..nostalgia perfected. I was born in '71 in Minnesota and growing up, Hollywood always seemed like a mystical place instead of the way it is now....Plus, my city recently received 40 inches of snow in a two week time period...If QT wanted to linger on the landscapes and freeways, that was fine by me...gives me hope that we shall see green again... I am not a QT fan as this is only the second film of his I've seen..(Basterds was the other) but if you want nostalgia and a twist, I'd say, see this movie...I may have to again in a few years...
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