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  1. S08.E10: Apocalypse Then

    I agree. It seemed like they just wanted an excuse to do a sequel to the Coven season, and just jammed that storyline into the Apocalypse theme. One other question I had was about the Seven Wonders. Mallory did the Seven Wonders in the original timeline and became Supreme when Cordelia killed herself. I understand the timeline has shifted, but how does the time travel work? Is the Mallory who ran over Michael the Supreme version of Mallory, or is she just the 2015 version of Mallory who never did the Seven Wonders?
  2. S01:E04 Peggy's Day Out

    One thing I noticed was that when the dad turned on the television at the end, they were discussing the Watergate hearings, which I thought didn't even happen until '73/'74. I didn't understand how she could function without a driver's license in LA with eight children. As to her outfits, they've made it seem like money is tight and the character seems fairly practical in that she wouldn't buy clothes just to update her look.
  3. S01:E07 The Domino Effect

    There was a one season medical show on CBS called Three Rivers that aired a few years ago that was all about the transplant process. They had a similar episode about this type of transplant procedure. That might be the show of which you may be thinking.
  4. S01.E07: S.N.A.F.U.

    I don't know. If it was really to the point where it's "insensitive" for a married couple to show affection in front of Michaela, then she probably should end the friendship. I mean, I get there are hard feelings, but it's not like this was her first time being around them. And I thought it was interesting when Michaela was talking to Carlos about loss, she didn't mention what should be the very fresh, still raw, sudden shocking loss of her mother. I understand that no one in the Michaela/Ben storyline seems to really care that their mother is dead, but it did happen, even if the show seems content to mostly ignore it.
  5. S01.E07: S.N.A.F.U.

    This. I keep feeling like I'm in an afterschool special and we are going to find out Danny is grooming Olive, but I honestly don't think that is the intention here. Rather, the acting and writing is just not great to the point where no one's motivations are clear. I laughed at Ben's whole storyline. Of course, after two days at the company, Ben is easily able to access the information he needed because why bother building trust or relationships when you can just microwave your ID and attend a card game. The barber's nephew was such a terrible actor that he made Michaela seem good.
  6. Antiques Roadshow In The Media

    The 2019 tour has been announced. The cities are: Phoenix, AZ - April 16 San Antonio, TX - April 27 Sacramento, CA - May 13 Fargo, ND - June 1 Winterthur, DE - June 18 (Winterthur is not far from Wilmington).
  7. All Episodes Talk: What's Up Doc?

    In this particular instance, Dr. Swift had a fake call come in through the emergency system to alert the staff to a mass casualty in the middle of the night. It was supposed to be so bad that even doctors who were off were paged to come in. When the doctors got there, Swift announced he was just testing everyone and proceeded to give an hour a a half lecture about emergency management. I just had trouble believing something like that could happen.
  8. All Episodes Talk: What's Up Doc?

    Question for the real doctors who read the forum: Do hospitals really stage fake drills in the middle of the night as a way to test the staff? I can understand doing the drills during normal hours, but it seems counterproductive to stage fake ones, in that it would make the staff think a real emergency wasn’t one. Also, Dr. Swift just vanishes right? I don’t remember him coming back in the second season.
  9. S02.E09: Inside the Pretend

    I agree. Anyone who is having unprotected sex with multiple unknown partners is going to be at high risk. I don't know what the actual effect was, but I would guess that AIDS will devastate the ranks of the prostitutes and porn actors, and lead to big changes in both those industries.
  10. S04.E05: I'm So Happy for You

    I think Rebecca being that introspective about how her leaving NYC for California may have been for other people is a non-starter. She's too self-centered. I appreciate that they are finally culling down the cast, but this was a strange way to handle things. As someone else said, this felt like the penultimate episode when we have so many more left.
  11. S20.E08: Hells Kitchen

    It says everything that the "B" storyline here was Noah not liking his vegetables. I look forward to next week's episode where Noah wanting to stay up past his bedtime is paired with even more sexual assault. I was also a little confused about how old the perps were supposed to be. Did they suggest those two forty-something looking guys were supposed to have been in high school in the early 2000s?
  12. Nitpicking

    My point was about Lorelai wanting to maintain control over Rory in both situations, not that being a new stepfather to a teenager is the same as being the father to someone from the time of their birth. I'm saying that Lorelai was getting ready to marry Max, and she didn't even have a discussion of what his role would be vis a vis Rory until Max forced the issue. Even then, the discussion was that Lorelai would be in charge and Max could send Rory to her if something came up, which, of course, renders him a bystander in his own home. That kind of says everything about Lorelai's desire for control in that situation.
  13. All Episodes Talk: What's Up Doc?

    And Doug was really into it.
  14. All Episodes Talk: What's Up Doc?

    Jesus Carol, you tried to kill yourself like what, six or seven months ago? On what planet do you think anyone is going to let you adopt any child as a single parent, much less one with (what was then) a terminal illness, limited English comprehension, and a lot of stress inducing needs? In fairness to Jen, my impression of her relationship with Mark was one where she made the sacrifices while he went through med school and his residency, and once she graduated law school, it was supposed to be "her turn," so to speak.
  15. S01.E04: Fall

    I think you have to remove the words from the context we saw at the end of Season 7. I just figured Amy had a totally different ending in mind, not necessarily that it was her intention to have Rory be pregnant immediately upon graduation from college. (Or at least I don't recall reading otherwise.) I mean, Season 7 wasn't a season she was involved with, and it wasn't even clear until the very end whether Gilmore Girls would get a Season 8, so I didn't think that was her plan.