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  1. The show has been kind of dull this week. Where is the Brady/Theresa hookup going? I would love them to fall for each other but then Kristen shows up and things explode. Will the Wilson wedding go smoothly with no problems? Some drama would be nice. Too much lovey dovey stuff may be boring. Will Ben make Abby give him a chance or is she still pining for EJ? Who has the EJAbby pictures and how will they turn up? Will Gabi be dumb enough to go round three with Nick? Will Gabi end up dead? Who is the vicitm at the K' Mansion that needed police tape at the place? Will Hope and Aiden ever have a romance or continue to bicker for years? Will Kayla make Hope jealous? When will Sami find out what EJ has done? Will she find out everything? Will she forgive him? After Lucas and Sheryl make love what drives Sheryl out of town? How soon will Nicole and Eric break up? Who will Nicole rebound with? These questions should spark some discussion.
  2. Premiered 07/05/2020 Early Premiere 06/29/2020
  3. Never fear, fellow Danger Zone members - we'll get at least another 26 episodes of our beloved show! No word yet on whether or not they will be Archer Vice or Archer Classic. But either way, I can't complain about a sixth and seventh season.
  4. GRRM's work has inspired some amazing fantasy fan art. This is a place to display your favorites. RE SPOILERS: If, for example, you post a link to a drawing of a character being killed, and that character is still alive in the show, clearly indicate that clicking the link would be a spoiler. I think this will be pretty rare, since the vast bulk of fan art was created early on. Among my favorites are these incredibly detailed pictorial maps by artist J. E. Fullerton. The detail and the work that went into these is pretty mind-boggling. The artist is Thomas Olivri, a French copywriter. He created all these maps entirely in Microsoft Paint. SPOILER only in that non-book readers will see a gazillion place names and sigils they've never heard of, and probably never will. http://www.geek-art.net/j-e-fullerton-a-song-of-ice-and-fire-illustrated-maps/
  5. I thought I would create a place for people to shoot their shot about who killed baby Charlie based on pure speculation/deduction. Please, no actual spoilers! So what do we know about the killer(s) of baby Charlie? He/she/they presumably 1. knew that Matthew was Baggerly's bastard son (or else why ask for such a high ransom) 2. had some level of juice to have so many people, including a crooked cop, in on the crime 3. used the thread on Charlie's eyes for some reason. Through three episodes, there haven't been a ton of potential suspects in genereal presented. Here's my general take: Sister Alice: 40 percent. She's got the reach/juice, and several of the principal players (Herman, Matthew, Emily, George) are members of her church. Spinning stuff with the murder right could bring glory/power/money to the church. Plus being genre-savvy points to the most famous actor besides the leads is usually most likely to have done it. But she seems (thus far) to be less a schemer and more a victim in her own right. Sister Alice's mom/other church officials: 10 percent. Except for her not being played by Tatiana Maslany, everything about Sister Alice also applies to her mom and the rest of the church leaders. Mom is so sinister seeming that she almost has to be a red herring. Herman Baggerly: 5 percent. He's got the juice, but I don't think he would terminate his own grandson. (See what I did there?) The D.A.: 3 percent. I suppose trying to generate a sensational case that would elevate him to higher office is a possible motive, and he can boss people around. Still, it would be a little far afield. Matthew/Emily Dodson: 2 percent. I would applaud the writers for flipping the script and having Perry associated with defending a guilty party. But I don't see them as likely. Characters unknown: There's still a lot of miles to travel and people to be introduced. It seems like three episodes in, we should have met the killer(s) but again, nothing says that TPTB have to stick to the rules.
  6. Discuss the latest 90 Day iteration here! Please remember that the forum rules still apply.
  7. This review of the crossover so far sum up my feelings, especially this exchange:
  8. This is the place for press releases, etc. Do not put spoilers on upcoming seasons here.* *Location and contestant info revealed by the show and/or by Bravo are not considered spoilers. Otherwise, we have a spoiler thread and spoiler tags. If in doubt, please err on the side of hiding, in order to protect the spoiler-averse.
  9. This topic will be used as our live chat for all of the 90DF spinoffs with episode threads (ex: 90DF/90DF:HEA/90DF:BT90D/90DF:TOW) so if you want to live-watch and live-chat with your buds while the episode is going on, and don't mind a few million posts, please use this thread for posting during any and all new episodes. As with any other episode thread, do not post spoilers you read on social media or other websites. (We have couples' threads for that.) Happy posting!
  10. Here is a place to compare and contrast the HBO Perry Mason with the Erle Stanley Gardner book series and/or the old CBS series starring Raymond Burr, or any other versions that might be out there. Maybe this thread would also be a good place to expand upon things like how characters compare with real-life counterparts from the 1930s (like Chubby Carmichael and Roscoe Arbuckle), but then it might need a new title. Or not. This thread is tagged "no spoilers" just meaning no spoilers for the HBO series --unless the group-think prefers to maybe also put major plot reveals for the CBS and books in spoiler tags? I have not read any of the books, but this WorldCat search shows a list of books, any of which you can click on to see local availability: worldcat.org/search?q=kw%3Aperry+mason++au%3AErle+Stanley+Gardner&fq=x0%3Abook&qt=advanced&dblist=638 Here are some of the radio versions that predated the CBS TV show that are freely available via the Internet Archive: archive.org/details/Perry_Mason_Radio_Show CBS has some old episodes available: cbs.com/shows/perry_mason/
  11. I am liking all these contestants too. Also am sad for Correy that he had that bad luck with his knee. He would have gone far, I'm sure. Amos sure seems like a real contender to win this. He seems like he could do 100 days in awful conditions judging by his past life experiences. The after show where they showed contestants talking about the show. The guy in the top left corner of the two rows of talking heads. He sure looked mad and disgusted. I don't remember his name, but I'm wondering if he was someone who was forced to tap because the medical team insisted he had to. He didn't look too happy.
  12. Given that the importance of the Red Skulls in Total Madness hasn't been fully explained, I'd like to offer a theory I've pitched in the last few weeks. After that, I figure we can speculate what will happen. Teege has explained that only those who win Skulls in Purgatory will run the final. We might get a climax similar to The Island, where only those with keys could run the final mission. I think that will repeat here. Let's say that there's a maximum number of male and female players that could run in the finale (X for each gender). When Jay was sent into Purgatory, the number of men that could run in the end went down by one; either Jay would earn a second Skull, or CT would win and knock Jay's Skull out of circulation. Jay has been sent into Purgatory for a third time, so now the number of male players that can run in the finale is (X-2). On the females' side, Jenny and Dee have earned Skulls, so the potential number of participants is still X. I wonder if any of the players have thought of this. If Jay or Rogan is sent into Purgatory again, the number goes down to (X-3). In theory, whittling down the number of participants isn't quite the same as running a final mission with scrubs for a guaranteed win. However, if you're a guy, and there are fewer men running at the end. that might be the best case scenario. Also, if only one person wins $1 million, having more female players might be incentive for the guys to keep their numbers. Of course, some of the women on this season are capable of kicking so much ass, so either gender might focus of whittling down the number of females running in the end by sending Dee or Jenny back into Purgatory. I don't think that having more than one Skull would directly benefit a player in terms of advantages. However, I reckon we might get a Purge or two before the season ends. Okay, that was too much speculation. The only other thing I can add is that I'm guessing Jay will be okay after the hit Rogan laid on him. However, I think Rogan wins the Purgatory and get the Skull. Anyone else want to share their speculation?
  13. Well, this probably won't upset anyone. http://tvline.com/2014/01/18/juan-pablo-galavis-anti-gay-bachelor-controversy-remarks-pervert/ Summary, Juan Pablo, on stage at winter press tour, reportedly said he didn't think gay or bisexual people should be on The Bachelor because it isn't good for kids to watch, then went off a little on the "weirdness" of kids having two parents of the same sex, before referring to gays as "more pervert, in a sense." It will be fun to watch ABC spin this one, although they will undoubtedly credit some of it to the language barrier. I think it was more a case of a big cultural difference and the speaker not being able to read the room. I personally wonder how many ABC publicists were in the back of the room simultaneously hyperventilating and trying to wave him off while he was speaking.
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