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  1. Wendy Peffercorn

    S05.E14: 300 Feet

    Wow. I was so relieved when Jess and Sam decided to stay apart, because being together is so clearly unhealthy for both of them, and then the episode ended with a "romantic" reconciliation. What? It was just last week that Sam was reminding us what an awful time he always has when he visits the loft. I think it would've been more interesting to see Jess come to grips with unrequited love than to see her get the guy, once again. It really seemed like she was ignoring Sam's feelings, but then they got together anyways.
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    S02.E09: Kimmy Meets a Drunk Lady!

    When Kimmy and Titus are arguing about the Barbies in the shower, Titus says, "There's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." I recognized this immediately as the exact quote that Taylor Swift used against Tina Fey and Amy Poehler back when they were feuding over an Emmy joke in 2013. BRILLIANT. And well-played, Tina.
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    S01.E03: Activities

    I haven't looked ahead to see what celebrities might show up on the grounds of Camp Firewood because surprise cameos are so delightful! But from episode one I thought, "So...Jon Hamm has got to be in this at some point, right?" Good to see you, Jon!
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    S03.E01: Chapter 27

    I'm glad someone else noticed this, and I wish Colbert's writers would have written the segment, too. They had Colbert making yukky jabs that simply aren't his style, and I thought Spacey played Underwood as way too much of a straight man. Frank is a charmer and I expected him to play along a bit more, instead of being so defensive and unwavering. At the very least, they could've bonded over the fact that they both grew up in South Carolina! I didn't expect Stamper to be alive, but since he is, I'm glad he's back. Characters come and go so quickly on this show, and he is one of the few that we have known from the beginning. It's good to have some depth. That being said, I never cared for the Stamper/Rachel storyline, so I hope they wrap it up and move on.
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    S10.E11: Andi Then We Came To The End/After The Final Rose

    I normally don't even watch ATFR because it's usually such a snoozefest. The interaction between the runner up and the Bachelorette is typically inconclusive at best, awkward at worst. Not the case tonight! I couldn't believe my ears. Nick just really went for it. I'm not sure if I'm in favor of what he did or not, but if the goal is dramatic television, we've all won. Way to stir the pot, Nick! It truly was the MOST. DRAMATIC. After the Final Rose EVER. "You don't just not stop loving someone, just 'cause, you know?" - Nick to Chris, who gives a knowing nod at these sage words. I'm not sure Andi was familiar with Grumpy Cat, but it was a nice gimmick nonetheless. And the interwebs will be thrilled! Time will tell if Andi and Josh will make it for the long haul, but henceforth, the only Andy Murray I'm interested in is the British Wimbledon champ.