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  1. Mad Men Elimination Game

    Best Things in Life Are Free
  2. Steel Magnolias (1989)

    I wish they could have kept it that way. I can only think of one film, The Women, where there are no men on screen.
  3. Steel Magnolias (1989)

    I always felt it was more Shelby that wanted a child of her own than Jackson. At the beauty parlor she indicates she felt Jackson would be throwing away his chance to be a father if he married her and he had told her not to be stupid because they could adopt kids.
  4. Annabelle Neilson: Alexander McQueen's Muse?

    How awful, I was just thinking of this show and wondering if she was still doing her books.
  5. Mad Men Elimination Game

    The Best Things in Life Are Free (sorry Robert Morse) Tobacco Road I can't vote for By the Waters of Babylon, it was in the first Mad Men episode I ever saw so I have a sentimental attachment to the song. i love how it ends with Joan and Roger looking like an Edward Hopper painting, as noted by Weiner in the commentary.
  6. Gilmore Girls Elimination Game

    2, 11
  7. 1776 (1972)

    You will be happy to know that despite the Alien and Sedition Acts, John Adams was named winner of the Founding Fathers Faceoff! I need to read My Dearest Friend btw. https://prologue.blogs.archives.gov/2018/06/22/founding-fathers-face-off-for-the-fourth-of-july/ Does anyone else love the moment in the play when Lewis Morris decides to sign the DOI despite New York's constant abstentions and learning his sons enlisted?
  8. Mad Men Elimination Game

    Special Angel You Only Live Twice
  9. 1776 (1972)

    I have a soft spot for this one. Campy historical fun! And I think it was written by history teachers so it is fairly historical accurate, except for TJ getting writer's block yearning for Martha. I also liked how they did the letters between John and Abigail, who are my favorite historical couple.
  10. Film Adaptations

    I'd never even heard of that version until now. I do vaguely remember seeing part of an anime version on Nickelodeon once, but don't remember much of the film.
  11. All Episodes Talk: It Was the Dawn of the Third Age

    I'm glad they stayed together. i'd heard about that but didn't know if it was the actual story or fan hoping. I've never found any of the books, unless I can hunt them down via interlibrary loan I'm not sure if I'll be able to read them. I was always more interested in the Psi-Corps and Centauri Prime.
  12. TCM: The Greatest Movie Channel

    It's even stranger when you remember he actually wrote the "Liberty Song" against taxation without representation.
  13. Disney Films

    I remember they used to show all of these on the Disney Channel before it became Tween central. The ones with Jodie Foster were good too, especially Candleshoe. I also have a huge fondness for Escape to Witch Mountain.
  14. Film Adaptations

    It's not. It's not egregiously awful, either, it just lies there inert and lifeless. Agreed, but I did like that it included the boating party which is usually left out of adaptations.