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  1. S01.E01: Keep on Truckin'

    Roseanne said a few weeks ago that this is how her character would die, and that's all I cared to know. I have no interest in this show, as I only tuned into the remake of the original series out of curiosity, with no ties to the original series. I wish them the best of luck in this current endeavor though.
  2. I think what annoyed me was their constant bitching about how hot it was the moment they got off the plane. I can understand not wanting to be in a closed in hotel room with no A/C, but when outdoors, I'm not sure what kind of weather they thought they'd be vacationing in! They really should research those things ahead of time so they'll know how to dress in such climates.
  3. I was going to post the exact same thing! Our temps are still like that, except for the little bit of cool we just got after the hurricane went through, but today, it's back to hot and humid. Tamra likes to say that Emily and Gina are her friends and that she introduced them to the group, so why didn't she room with them? I'm with Gina on dark water. I don't like it either. Shannon is being the Bethenny of this trip. I really don't need to see a repeat of that behavior. Woe is me. The Eeyore of the group. Ugh.
  4. I believe that she moved to North Carolina. I'm pretty sure I read that somewhere online! As far as Shannon and Gina, I think that Shannon is just so wrapped up in her own issues and new career that she doesn't have time for anybody else's problems. Tamra complained that she rarely asks about Eddie. I've known people like that. They want to tell you all about their woes, but they're not interested in what other people have going on.
  5. I don't like it either. I don't think she should have another child based on this particular need of hers. There is no guarantee that the girls would be close. She might end up being the spawn of Satan and resent you for having her just for that reason. (Just kidding.) I liked her place too, but couldn't remember for the life of me when she moved into the new place! Did I somehow miss that on a previous episode? Tamra's new house is pretty too, but didn't she put hers on the market already? I can't keep up with these women!
  6. My idea is probably a little farfetched, but it might be a superstitious kind of thing. Maybe the writers didn't want to give the girl a name because of her age and because any name they chose could be anybody out there, and you'd hate to tune in and find out that the name they picked for the deceased might just be one of your teenage loved ones. I know that's probably not the reason, but it's all I've got!
  7. S12.E03: The Procreation Calculation

    I agree. I thought she'd be a little bit more supportive of Penny and at least have a rational discussion of the pros and cons of having children. Bernadette was too flippant about it, IMO. Bernadette just casually tuned her out. The remark Amy made to Penny about breast feeding each other's kids gave me the same reaction Penny had. Did the writers really have to throw that line in? Yuk.
  8. In regards to Sheldon telling his Mom that "the precision of the universe at least makes it logical to conclude there's a Creator," implies to me that young Sheldon is at least open to the idea of a God, but as we see with older Sheldon, he seems to have ruled that out. In season 3 when Sheldon goes back home to Texas and the guys go to get him, he said that he wasn't going back to California and that he was going to spend the rest of his life teaching evolution to Creationists (one of my favorite scenes with Laurie Metcalf.) He's also quite condescending to her in regards to religion in TBBT, but he always reverts back to "yes, ma'am" and backs down. Another one of my favorite scenes with grown-up Sheldon is when he thanked his Mom before his wedding by saying "Thank you. I mean for everything, my whole life." It's interesting to watch just how much Mary did for him and how difficult it was to navigate those younger years when she and George had nobody (except for MeeMaw) to help them figure out to help a kid like Sheldon.
  9. That's good. I come from a generation that lived the motto "children should be seen, but not heard," so we all sat politely during the sermon! Of course you could always go see the pastor at another time if you had anything to discuss. I will take my comment about Sheldon and God to the BBT thread.
  10. I feel sorry for Pastor Jeff having to deal with Sheldon's questions in church. It's an uphill battle when trying to appease Sheldon's curiosity! Seriously though, Sheldon should sit there quietly during the sermon, then have a private meeting with him later to discuss his questions. I've never seen anybody question a pastor during the service.
  11. S12.E03: The Procreation Calculation

    Maybe Penny kind of thought she might have kids one day, but after seeing what Bernadette and Howard are going through she changed her mind. She's getting to see the reality of having kids - not that it's a bad thing, but those first few months can be pretty tough! If they do get married, maybe she will soften up over time and she'll end up being the perfect one for Raj. We know that Raj will do anything for the people he cares about, so hopefully she'll continue to be considerate of his needs too.
  12. I found it interesting that while Sheldon doesn't believe in God, he does admit that "the precision of the universe at least makes it logical to conclude there's a Creator." Although he doesn't necessarily believe the way his Mom does, I'm glad to see him show her some respect and understand that her faith is important to her. Her crisis of faith upset the apple cart within the family - at least for Sheldon, so it was important that he "fix it."
  13. Most teenage boys don't want anything to do with their younger siblings, but in this case, I think that Georgie genuinely loves his little sister and finds her to be a kindred spirit in a household that is Sheldon-centric. It was really sweet when he helped her with her homework, and then when she slid her graded test under his door, he smiled ear-to-ear with the results. I think he also feels a sense of duty to both Missy and Sheldon. In one of the earlier episodes, it was Georgie who made sure that they got home safely after they snuck out of the house and crashed that party. Of course he didn't want them hanging around him with his friends either! I can't believe how much Montana grew over the past few months!
  14. S01.E01: Pilot

    I agree. Having just watched the pilot episode, I thought it was pretty good. I'll tune in again and go from there.
  15. Matt Hobby plays Pastor Jeff. Paige's Dad was Josh Cooke.