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Dancing Queen

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  1. Toward the very end of Command's speech, they seemed to be slowly reducing the computer voice modulation until it actually sounded like Ryan Reynolds' voice. It would be a huge (and fun) twist for RR's character to be Command, especially after all his ridiculous fanboying over Hobbs.
  2. I've never disliked Maggie, but she's NOT a strong enough character to hold my interest for an entire episode. I usually* like Jackson because he is pretty consistent about setting boundaries, which are sorely needed on this show. His "I'm talking . . . to someone else" was a perfect example. *Except during this breakup. There's a lot of manufactured anger on both sides. She's single, so he shouldn't be jealous. He's with someone new, so he should be happy. Maggie's decided her true love is surgery, so she should also be un-jealous and happy. I just don't understand how such a tepid relationship could produce so much animosity in the aftermath, especially since they've both moved on.
  3. Is Greer retiring, or will he be willing to work a desk job? The actor/character is a big part of why I enjoy the show, so I hope he'll stay on, even in a limited capacity.
  4. It's a bottle episode with five of the friends hanging out like they always do while the sixth is thisclose to having a panic attack, and it really doesn't work for me. I always yell at Ross to take a cab and tell everyone to meet him there, but he never does. 😉 Sitcom characters rarely set reasonable boundaries with each other, but the whole episode just stresses me out - I can't enjoy the friends hanging out because Ross is so upset, and I don't get the satisfaction of watching Ross take a reasonable step to solve his problem like a grown-up.
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