Sarah 103 October 2, 2017 Share October 2, 2017 On September 30, 2017 at 0:01 PM, Magnumfangirl said: The house fire would have been an interesting storyline for Linda and Danny instead they just swept that under the rug and the two boys are acting totally normal after losing their mother and their home. WTF? I don't think we saw enough of the boys to say they are acting normal. We saw them for maybe a minute or two doing their homework, and then excited about having an actual backyard. Given everything that's happened, maybe the backyard is the one thing they've been excited about since the loss of their mother and their house. We don't know what Jack and Sean talk about when they are alone in their bedroom at night. For some reason I'm assuming they are sharing a bedroom. I would love to know where everyone is sleeping. Do we know how many bedrooms the house Frank and Henry share has? Is Danny back in his old childhood bedroom? On September 30, 2017 at 0:27 PM, Blonde Gator said: Jaimie needs better story lines. Actually, I think Jamie gets story lines on a fairly regular basis. I'd like to see Jack or Sean get more storylines. Nicki's gotten a story line or two, and now that Jack and Sean are older, it's possible to do some interesting things with their lives. On September 30, 2017 at 1:41 PM, KLovestoShop said: I guess they only want a male dominated show. I would bet that Danny's oldest will go off to the police academy sometime this season. I'm pretty Jack is still too young. I think you have to be older than 18 and have graduated college or served in the military to enter the police academy. On September 30, 2017 at 7:10 PM, Evagirl said: I'd like to know more about Baker. They've highlighted the home life of Syd, and the PI guy. Why not Baker? Me too! She had that amazing storyline in "Manhattan Queens" which showed what she was capable of, and they haven't given her anything nearly as interesting to do since that episode. 3 hours ago, wknt3 said: Divorce is only for apostate Reagans like Jamie who believes in Constitutional rights, that they might personally be wrong occasionally, and that they are bound by rules, or Erin (all of the above plus being a woman). Jamie was never married. They were engaged, but she called off the engagement, which is totally different from divorce. 1 hour ago, preeya said: IMHO: before you see Danny the widower doing any romancing, you might see Danny the drunk attempting to drown his sorrows at the bottom of a bottle. I can foresee his situation hitting rock bottom before any romancing takes place. Younger brother Jaimie could be the catalyst to save his older bro. I can totally envision this. I see two scenarios: Scenario 1: Jamie and his partner are at a bar and they see a drunk. Jamie keeps looking at him. Edie finally asks him what he's looking at. Jamie says there's a drunk who looks just like Danny, but it can't be Danny. It's Danny. Scenario 2: Jamie has a friend who's going through a difficult time. When Jamie gets a call from a bar saying you need to come here, Jamie thinks it's his friend, but the viewer gets a surprise (not really) when it turns out to be Danny who needs help. 1 Link to comment
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