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  1. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    I found the hug awkward. He was avoiding pressing against her belly, and it made me wonder if she's expecting again. Ugh, I meant to quote the post about Robert and Robin hugging.
  2. The Duggalos: Jinger and the Holy Goalie

    I'm irritated by it, too. Another Duggar (Jill or Joy) used these and I believe the word "torture" was used here. Felicity must always be camera ready for Babe's perfect family image. He may decide to take an adoring picture, gazing at her wonderingly in a perfectly choreographed "natural" moment.
  3. Julie Chen: It's Cool If You Call Her Chenbot

    It seemed like they were going to reward him with $120 million. That was before the most recent woman came out that talked off her ruined career and being thrown up against the wall. And Linda Bloodworth-Thomason just wrote an essay about Moonves destroying her career (she was set to be the Norman Lear of her time - Designing Women, Evening Shade, and an unheard of deal for five new series - then Moonves was hired ), ending what had been a very pro-woman network, and turning it into dude-bros, cop-bros, and torture porn. I posted weeks ago that I believed Julie could stay at CBS if she left her husband. The very fact that she's singing Tammy Wynette means she is calling the accusers and the brass at CBS liars, and accusing them of unfair removal of Moonves. I think there's no way she can stay, and I don't want her to. I try to have some sympathy, because it's quite possible she was one of his victims. But the arrogance I've witnessed in the history of The Talk leads me to believe she lorded her husband's power over the heads of others. I've posted this before, but on the day of the Casey Anthony verdict, The Talk was told to go to network coverage. Julie not only refused, she announced it on air, and said her "husband" could talk to her if it was a problem. In that moment I realized she was untouchable and she abused her husband's power. I would like to think that $cientologists would not be cast. Plus, $cientology is out to destroy Leah, whereas she's simply putting the truth out there. I love her, she's funny, and has filled in on Dancing with the Stars, so she's good with live shows. It would also prove that Moonves' era is over.
  4. Julie Chen: It's Cool If You Call Her Chenbot

    I'm all for one of the women that Julie forced off of The Talk. My vote is for Leah Remini.
  5. S10.E22: Reunion Part 3

    Thanks for the receipts. It's amazing how this got twisted.
  6. S03.E05: Rodeo Barbie

    I despise rodeos, and I dislike spoiled D'Andra even more for rhapsodizing over them. Animal abuse is just so wonderful when you're a trust fund baby.
  7. I would hope that public school didn't teach her "I's", but perhaps it did. I'm hoping she doesn't home school that to her children.
  8. But isn't the intent of going to college for a MRS to end up with an educated man? My highly intelligent friend was sent to a private Lutheran college to snag a future Lutheran minister (mother's goal). I was very surprised when she actually succeeded - but she also received her degree.
  9. The Duggalos: Jinger and the Holy Goalie

    She's definitely cute (like all babies) but if it were Jill's child with the pink bow above, I'm betting there'd be some "cross-eyed" references.
  10. The Duggalos: Jinger and the Holy Goalie

    These are the same folks who demonize the ACLU. There's nothing more evil than civil liberties for all.
  11. The Duggalos: Jinger and the Holy Goalie

    I wondered the exact same thing! Surely a Terry cloth wash cloth with warm water??
  12. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    This baby swap is like none I've ever seen: Baby mostly off screen - along with the not-parents. Soap swaps include baby being front and center (bonding with the not-parents), not-dead-child parent mourning every minute on screen, and constant near misses that ratchet up the tension. Throw in the guilt of the swapper and the frequent aborted confessions. It would have been so much more interesting if baby James was swapped. At least there would have been an emotional impact with newly widowed Maxie, who is frequently on screen and connected to almost every character.
  13. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    Soaps have the same "family wreaths" as polygamists.
  14. I unapologetically love Derrick. There - I said it.
  15. JD and Abbie: Captured Before the Rapture

    Based only on opinion, I think JD may have had a crush on Abbie but was too shy to indicate this to her. I'd like to think that Abbie finally made the first move. She seems to be the more natural hugger/toucher, and JD clearly digs it. I've said it before, but it really moves me that JD is able to be so physically affectionate with Abbie. Growing up in that household with the Josh scandal, and the resulting environment that brothers will be predators of their sisters unless everything is strictly controlled . . . is