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sarkygal

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  1. I hadn't caught up with those two in years, but I had a good idea they'd bad some challenges. In all their scenes, I had the distinct feeling what they're fighting about is not really what we're being shown. I can't really explain it because Shawniece kept talking about making time for them, but I got the impression there was a specific guarantee she wanted from Jephte and they both know what it is. But he still can't give it to her and seemed genuinely sad that he can't. MMV
  2. So is this show finally ending? I know Meredith came back to life, but all the cameos make me think EP is done and I can't imagine Shonda letting Jesse leave unless this is the final season. Can it be all over please?
  3. The entire episode, I thought the sheriff union lawyer was being portrayed by Kim Richards of Real Housewives infamy. Come to find out it was Anne Heche and I’m wondering what the hell happened to her. Beyond that, I’m glad Lola admitted that she overstepped and I hope the show has realistic consequences for her actions. I’m finding it difficult to care about the sheriff storyline and even Rick Fox at his least attractive couldn’t get me into the restorative justice angle for Luke. I absolutely love Sherri and I’m glad the actress is getting these moments to shine.
  4. I'm loving this season so far. I even like that we got some resolution with Sara's 2 second mention of things fizzling out with Ben Benner. It was such a throwaway line, but most shows can't be bothered to acknowledge minor characters once they leave. On a shallow note, I'm enjoying Lola's maternity fashions. And her neck mounted face shield makes me want one. I'm not too surprised that Luke was the one who ended things, but I hope they explore his reasons in more detail.
  5. I'm disappointed too. There was so much they could have shown - the couples discussing the lockdown with a relative stranger, job insecurities, financial stress. Hell, even discussions on whether they should quarantine together. I haven't seen any mention of this but I find it appalling that the show delayed decision day by 6 weeks. I've been witness to escalating domestic abuse during lockdown and some real mental health struggles in friends & neighbors. I can't imagine throwing in failing stranger-marriage, reality TV contract penalties etc in the mix, and then shifting the end date
  6. I was fuming on her behalf too. It's pretty shitty of him to have cleared out their pantry during a lockdown when grocery shopping was challenging. Total dick move.
  7. The earlier seasons was a Michael completely in lust with his trophy younger wife and willing to indulge her becoming a reality star. But then his private life (which doesn't bear well under public scrutiny) kept being spotlighted by the show. And his trophy wife started carving an identity for herself. I feel bad for baby Dean because Michael very clearly does not want to revisit the child rearing at this point in his life. Even in the brief snippets of Michael we've seen this season, I feel he's completely over his marriage. I believe Ashley genuinely wanted a baby for herself, not just
  8. I’m curious too. Bearing in mind that MAFS has misleading and terrible editing. However, it seems Bennett’s side of the aisle knew who Amelia was. But there was no reaction shown from Amelia’s side, even from her bridesmaids. Maybe they were still traumatized from their tacky dresses and contrived unicycle entrance.
  9. I really enjoyed this show and I’m stoked for a second season. I actually found it realistic that even the couples were sheltering apart(at least within my circle of acquaintances). Knowing the actors filmed from their personal homes means they obviously had to create reasons for them to be apart. I would have loved Lola’s husband to be in LA with her, so we could get a better sense of their relationship. I wish Sara would have gotten a call from Ben Benner; the actress really shone in depicting someone whose having a hard time in isolation. I’m in lockdown alone and typically a bit of a
  10. That seems to be the general sentiment this season. I was thinking that we’ve seen solid technical and tailoring skills (Sergio, Victoria) but little to downright inconsistent creativity (Geoffrey, Marquise). I find Marquise creatively interesting, but his execution is sloppy and juvenile. Geoffrey is further along with his tailoring but it gets lost in his stress fits. Out of the auf’d group, Delvin, and maybe Chelsey showed some creativity at the beginning then faltered. I noticed that designers that are just safe till mid season don’t get the affirmation or even critique to improve. T
  11. And Amelia will die during childbirth with Link raising the baby on his own. Then Jo (who is divorced from ghost Karev) gets together with Link so she doesn’t have to steal another baby. What we come up with here can’t be any worse than the storylines we’re being fed now.
  12. I agree. Link’s reaction is such a stupid writing choice to me. The writers spent the last 2 seasons transforming Amelia’s character from the chaotic addict to a mature and emotionally honest one. And now, in the healthiest relationship she’s been in (including Private Practice), he dumps her for reasons that would perfectly describe pre-tumour Amelia. Yes, she shouldn’t have gotten into a relationship so soon, but she also acknowledged that. Which is more self-awareness and growth than any other character has shown. Big writing fail. Whatever epiphany Link got from his patient was
  13. I hope it's ok to post in defence of Zach's step-mom's stink face at the wedding. According to a poster on reddit, here's the background story. There's a whole thread on her, which only makes me feel Mindy's parents were justified in refusing to be filmed for this hot mess and dealing with the internet scrutiny after. Per reddit poster: "She said on Facebook that her son died 7 months ago. She just wasn’t into feeling happy." Here's the link to the thread if we're allowed to post that. https://www.reddit.com/r/MarriedAtFirstSight/comments/eq7mks/as_a_giant_leap_of_faith_and_for_the_first_
  14. I've always been so uncomfortable with that clause being built into an employment contract it makes it hard for me to justify the show getting all the accolades it does. The Kate character hasn't had any storylines that don't go back to her weight and that makes it so uncomfortable to watch as everyone now seems to have opinions on Chrissy the actress as well. We can argue that she signed up for this, but I doubt that Chrissy knew this show would be such a huge hit. I don't know if it's an unpopular opinion, but I worry about the long term mental health of the actress. Toby was wearing pa
  15. I had a few thoughts on the Maria/Caesar situation and actually looked up Anastacia date where they met. It is not like your standard Ok Cupid or Match where you join, match with singles and chat. Per their website: Every action you want to take on the website costs a certain number of credits. For example, one minute of chat costs 1 credit, 1 mail costs 10 credits, while 1 minute of video chat costs 6 credits. Credits can be purchased in packages that range from 10 credits for $2.99 to 1000 credits for $399. So I can see why Maria didn't consider this a relationship. Caesar was
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