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  1. QFT emphasis mine. On rewatch, I liked a lot of things the last few seasons better (knowing how it came together.) This did not apply to Sylvia.
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    The West Wing

    I rewatched Debate Monday night, but I haven't even watched the documentaries with real people even once. I prefer staying in my TWW bubble. I also don't like the fake documentary that they pretended aired after the administration. That's a bad episode. (I can't think if it is season 5 or 6.)
  3. I thought their relationship made sense and it wasn't that either of them were taking advantage of the other. He wanted a pretty young wife to replace the mother role in his family. She was attracted to him, he was very complimentary of her at the start, and initially was very attentive to her - Bert even referenced that he was in a love haze. I don't think she knew or understood how deep his problems went until it was too late.
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    Season 4

    That was my assumption as well.
  5. Once upon a time, there was a battle between the Nefarious Nitwits and the Brazen Bullies.
  6. Once upon a time, there lived a boy named Jack Jackson. And every day, Jack Jackson juggled jugs. Until one day a wanderer came into town, one that also juggles jugs. And because of this, Jack Jackson decided there needed to be a judged jug juggling tournament. And because of this, the wanderer (Joy Johnson) jump started her jug juggling by juggling jugs and jackrabbits. And because of this, the citizens of Juniper Junction all jumped with joy. Until finally, the jackrabbits had enough of being juggled- and devised a great plan to make the jugglers and all of Juniper Junction pay for their mistreatment. And ever since that day, Juniper Junction has had a sign that reads "Judge judiciously Before Juggling Jackrabbits - Jeopardy to Body Parts Noted."
  7. Oh, I wasn't aware she comes back. That might change my view. I'm guessing this is probably right around where I stopped watching for whatever reason during the original run because there are things I remember (like Malucci being fired and Carla dying) but then there have been a couple things I know I didn't see or things that are building up.
  8. Okay, just because in one of my recent posts I said I find Kerri much more sympathetic now that I'm older and possibly wiser, but she's pissed me off with this handling of the Jing-Mei situation. All about covering for herself when she knows she didn't have her pager.
  9. Mad Men though is told primarily through our protagonist's eyes. We really don't know what Greg said or did to anyone else because we just have one quick line of Joan mentioning it to someone else. She's obviously not going to say "Well, since he knew all along that Kevin wasn't his baby, he decided to stop paying attention to him." Joan is always the victim in her own mind.
  10. I totally didn't cry at that scene at all when I watched it last week. Not even a little. (I totally cried.)
  11. I always wondered if Greg abandoned Kevin because he knew he wasn't really his son. I mean, I know the show waved it away with "no one is going to count the months" but come on. The guy is a doctor. He knew even if he didn't want to admit it to himself that the dates didn't line up.
  12. Once upon a time, there lived a boy named Jack Jackson. And every day, Jack Jackson juggled jugs. Until one day a wanderer came into town, one that also juggles jugs. And because of this, Jack Jackson decided there needed to be a judged jug juggling tournament.
  13. Please take a moment to review the site’s politics policy.
  14. Yeah, I was way less amused by Doug's hijinx too.
  15. I have been binge watching ER on POP on the run that just ended (via DVR). I'm currently on Season 7. Interestingly, I think this is about where I gave it up on its original run, which is the last time I saw it. I'll definitely say that watching it as an adult is a lot different than as a teen. I hated Weaver when watching it initially, and now I love her. I also loved Carol and now I really dislike her much of the time (or I did; she's gone now on the show).
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