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Shannon L.

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  1. Like most people, I can't stand product placement--it's usually really awkward, but I absolutely love the way writers of Chuck wove it into their shows. Nine times out of 10, it's flows naturally and is even amusing at times. I'm putting this here because I'm not sure if I'm only one of a handful of people who feel that way.
  2. I agree. I used to be a night owl, but for several different reasons, I've been an early bird for almost 20 years. I get up at 5:30-5:45am, 6 days a week, even when I don't have to (sleeping in for me is 6:30am-7:30am). I have found over the years that I'm much more productive as an early bird, but I have friends who can get as much done by midnight as I do by noon.
  3. Mark Wahlberg takes on a drama again. I'll be interested in seeing the reviews of this one, but I can already tell that I'd be crying my eyes out through most of it. The young actor looks like he might be really good. This is based on a true story, but if aren't familiar with this story and you watch the trailer you'll be spoiled about a key part of it.
  4. They'd be SOL in my house. It would be like "You've got a choice of cereal or Eggo waffles. Help yourself."
  5. I love how when someone spends the with someone else for the first time, whether it's a one night stand, or not long after they begin dating, the person whose house it is is up making breakfast for the other one. Typically, we see the one in bed get up without the help of an alarm, so the one cooking has no idea how long the other person will sleep, but they always have bacon and eggs nice and warm (usually they're still cooking), almost ready for them to eat.
  6. Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo? I don't think I've heard anything bad about them. John Krasinski and Emily Blunt? She's no longer really prominent these days but, when my husband was working in film, it was common knowledge that Sandra Bullock was a sweetheart. Our friend, also in the business, and his wife loved Lucy Liu and Jennifer Love-Hewitt. Of course, they could all be hiding their bad sides really well.
  7. I haven't weighed in on Toobin before now because I wanted to check something out on my next Zoom meeting (which was last night) to be sure. When your camera is off, your screen goes black and there's a little drawing that represents a person. Unless there were enough people in this meeting that all the pictures were the size of postage stamps, then I don't buy that he thought his camera was off. Seriously-what if he'd been at a board room table and someone caught his arm subtly moving up and down? Would he get away with saying something like "It was happening under the table-I thought I w
  8. The flashback of him on the airplane?* ::swoon:: *It's too new for me to risk spoiling it with more detail
  9. Omg....I told my husband once in the later stages of my pregnancy that if one more person told me that I should be eating more/better (because I was eating for two) or that I should exercise more, that I was going to spend the rest of my time sitting in front of the tv eating nothing but bread.
  10. This is a combination of UO and Stupid Moments: Risky Business. I couldn't see it in a theater because I was a few years under the R rating age limit, but couldn't wait for it to come to video because it seemed like everyone loved it. It was all the talk. Dumb, dumb, dumb! I hated it. Joel is swindled out of everything (? it's been a while--I do remember an expensive crystal egg) and he still goes back to the prostitute who conned him. I was reminded of it because my 23 year old son watched it the other day saying that he'd heard a lot about it and wanted to see what it was like. He ha
  11. "No, ma'am, we in the FBI do not have a sense of humor that we are aware of."
  12. I giggle every time K says "Meet the twins," points at one and gives a quick series of random beeps, points at the second one "and Bob".
  13. With all the talk about Thelma and Louise lately, I thought of a scene that I really like. When JD is brought in and questioned about stealing their money, he obviously tries to tough talk his way out of it. But, when Hal asks him if he thought Thelma was the type to commit armed robbery if hadn't stole all their money, there's a good moment where I believe that JD felt really bad about it, and that's confirmed, imo, when he stumbles through a weak excuse. The hell yeah moment comes when Hal smacks him a few times with his hat and says that there were two women out there who had a chance unt
  14. These two scenes from Men in Black. If I see the movie on when I'm channel surfing and it's anywhere near these two scenes, I'll stop and wait for them.
  15. Doctors should be warned that if they accept a position out in the middle of nowhere, or if they volunteer in a third world country, they will be kidnapped, sometimes at gun point, and taken somewhere where there is a person who is critically ill or wounded or giving birth.
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