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  1. S05.E08: Christmas in Theater Eight

    Somebody should've told that to the final four episodes of last season.
  2. S05.E08: Christmas in Theater Eight

    Jack: "Who's Meryl Streep?" Earl: "The white Cicely Tyson." Never change, Earl. Never change.
  3. "Nobody wants your Skechers, Dave!"
  4. S05.E09: Had It From My Father

    Trai is 37.
  5. To me, the second half of Season 2 is where the Core 4 relationships really begin to shift. Xander begins the season supertight with Willow, and distant from Buffy; however, by the end of the year, he is really close with Buffy & Cordelia (to the point where he's essentially supplanted Giles as Buffy's second in command). Whereas, during that same time period, Willow is mainly preoccupied with Oz & mourning Jenny. She & Buffy are still fairly close, but nowhere near as close as they once were, pre-Innocence imo. By the time Season 3 rolls around, Cordelia, Xander, Willow & Oz have all seemed to reach a detente in Buffy's absence. After the drama surrounding Buffy's return subsides, Buffy and Willow resume their close relationship (save that brief period Buffy was obsessed with Faith). Xander & Buffy, however, never really recover. He rightfully questions her judgment while she constantly questions his motives. In the aftermath of the-Fluke, Xander grows even further from the Core Group, as Willow & Buffy, especially, grow much closer. Xander's brief dalliances with Faith & Anya are pretty much disregarded, and he essentially becomes a glorified extra. And that particular set of group dynamics (B/W,G,X) remains for the rest of the show IMO.
  6. When Tina pulled Seasoning Salt out of her fannypack? I screamed.
  7. Xander

    "The Lie™" ruined Xander. After Becoming II, Xander was strictly cannon fodder for various ships.
  8. S05.E07: Friends Without Benefits

    Junior & Jack hanging out is always fun. Diane being upset at being excluded, was a nice character bit for her. Andre & Rainbow acted like rational adults for once. Refreshing. Ruby for the win!
  9. "The View": Week Of 12/3/2018

    Or you were brought here beyond your own volition.
  10. Black Jewish people are a thing though.
  11. S05.E09: Had It From My Father

    Cookie does listen. Very well, in fact. It's not her fault Lucious refused to control himself long enough to complete their current project (LFM showcase) leaving her to do much of the grunt work as he put himself and his needs first. Again. I LOVE Kai & Jamal together. Kai challenges Jamal and refuses to allow Jamal to walk all over him. Also Kai, didn't dig into the Lyon family business voluntarily. The information was given to him as a result of a project he worked on via a request from Jamal's father. If Jamal wants a partner he can steamroll, then he needs to be honest about it, instead of playing the victim. I like Andre interacting with Jeff. A huge part of Andre's personality is based around being the oldest, in relation to both his parents, and his siblings. It will be interesting to see how he deals with no longer being the 'only' super-intelligent Lyon.
  12. Avengers:Endgame (2019)

    Ditto. Steve & Tony are/were purely co-workers. Tony has his set of friends (Rhodey, Pepper, Bruce, Peter) & Steve has his circle of friends (Sam, Wanda, Bucky, Sharon, Clint, Natasha, Nick) and that's perfectly fine.
  13. S05.E09: Had It From My Father

    Tom's other son, Chet, plays Hakeem's friend, Blake. He's 28 years old.
  14. S05.E09: Had It From My Father

    Shyne has previously been in Lucious flashbacks without provocation.
  15. It didn't hurt Black Panther & Infinity War.