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    Midwest
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    Recapping The Young & The Restless
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    The Walking Dead, Vikings, Z Nation

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  1. Spoilers and Speculation

    Lucy holding a football comes to mind. Burn me once, shame on you, burn me 9 times, shame on me. Lol He's at least as important as Neil.
  2. Spoilers and Speculation

    Yeah, a weasel who had Maggie and her child attacked would have previously been shot right in the head by the original Rick Grimes, or run straight thru by Michonne.
  3. Spoilers and Speculation

    That sounds about right. I commit right now to this prediction. I believe this is what Scott Gimple calls "epic."
  4. Spoilers and Speculation

    On this show, Maggie will probably kill Rick. And maybe that's why she has to leave, "open-ended", so Michonne doesn't kill her. But somehow, Negan will still be alive.
  5. Yep. I happened to like Tyrese's death episode! Which makes me a party of one, I think. TWD was already on double secret probation for me last year, and I'm not going to watch S9. I will leave it on my DVR, I guess, in case I hear from you guys that it's worth it. After saying all this, I'm always folding laundry on Sunday nights, so I may end up just watching some of it by default though, lol. There is nothing else on.
  6. Spoilers and Speculation

    Rick had a character-assassinating choice in front of him...
  7. S01.E08: Milk

    It has slowly dawned on me that Adora's house is every bit a "dollhouse" as Amma's dollhouse. Other human beings are just dolls, objects to play with and manipulate, to control and kill if necessary. Adora's children, and even Alan, (even the sheriff!) are her dolls. Amma's victims are hers, which is why she posed Natalie's body like she did.
  8. S01.E08: Milk

    Maybe "brilliant" is a code word among actors. wink wink. Bless Jean-Marc's heart.
  9. S01.E08: Milk

    The Elizabeth Perkins interview is pretty good in general, but I always have to laugh when actors express any hint of not liking how it turned out, they always follow up with how BRILLIANT those choices turned out. They do this all the time with The Walking Dead. Sure this makes NO SENSE and destroys the entire fabric of the show...but it's so brilliant and necessary.
  10. Spoilers and Speculation

    As long as there's GURL POWERRRR, who cares?!
  11. S01.E08: Milk

    According to her interview, she didn't understand it either! It would be less annoying if they didn't spend so much time on Camille driving around. They filmed a linear story and then he edited it in this nonlinear dreamlike way. She says the story was wrapped up in shooting, he just didn't include it.
  12. Spoilers and Speculation

    It was super fun watching her lose Carl. Just wait for the fun of her losing her mate. SO.MUCH.FUN.
  13. S01.E08: Milk

    Well, it is a show about someone secretly being a violent murderer, so it's in that context. I perceived it as worse than a lack of boundaries, to me she seemed menacing and that she was attempting to dominate Camille with that behavior. She wanted her to be uncomfortable. MMV of course.
  14. S01.E08: Milk

    I think that was all kind of unclear. Richard was last seen driving down the road, calling Camille's cell over and over. Then they all came back together. In the hospital, he made it sound like he was witness to Curry arriving and "busting down the door" with Vickery. But he could have just been told that. But they did burst in Adora's together, kind of a big coincidence Richard came back at the same moment. I thought it was a little confusing. I enjoyed Stranger Things but never went back for Season 2. Can't imagine another season of this.
  15. S01.E08: Milk

    That actress is so incredibly off-putting in that scene, and the glimpse of Camille's fear as she senses Amma's malevolence was just so scary. The whole exchange was palpable. She also gives her that look back at Adora's dinner table, when she asks Camille if she would be more sad if John died, or if she (Amma) died. and Camille says, "I don't want anybody to die." Wrong. Answer. Someone mentioned that sticking a lollipop in Camille's hair was the act of a petulant 5yo, but I thought the WAY she did it was extremely creepy and menacing and almost sexual, as was all her behavior when she was mocking Camille and Richard. Contemptuous and gleeful. And Camille was scared of her then, too.