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  1. Veterinary and Animal Rescue Shows

    It was very upsetting. I think the federal authorities should be the ones ensuring the warrant is followed. This episode was "to be continued", so I think we'll see more about the wolves next time. I went to the LARC website and read something that might be considered a spoiler. If you must know more now, then But it'll probably unfold in the next episode or so.
  2. I think this is a ripped from the headlines story based on the cult that Smallville actress was in. Yes, it definitely sounds like Nxivm.
  3. General True Crime Shows

    Preston Lee is the actual name of the perpetrator. The victim was Iris Daily. The victim was found June 6, 1982.
  4. Cold Justice Season 5: All Episode Talk

    Same here.
  5. Cold Justice Season 5: All Episode Talk

    He turned himself in according to the update.
  6. General True Crime Shows

    I totally agree that the police should have taken the three missing persons cases more seriously, but I thought that it was only after the protest that the six other girls were officially reported missing. Still, it was infuriating. The first hours are the most important in a missing persons case and that mother knew right away that her daughter was in danger.
  7. S01.E01: I Saw the Sun Rise

    That final scene can be viewed here. My brother still talks about that episode.
  8. I caught the last hour of the new No One Would Tell. Sally Jessy Raphael was the judge in the original, so I guess they wanted a "name" (Mira Sorvino) for the remake. In the original (which is on YouTube for anyone interested) Bobby was from a lower-income family. And the murder was definitely premeditated since he brought a knife to stab her to death. They made it look more like the guy just lost control in the remake. In real life, the victim (Amy Carnevale) was stabbed and slashed, so I don't know why it was changed in the updated version. The real life killer is actually eligible now for parole since he was a minor at the time of the crime.
  9. S04.E14: MM 54

    Martha is responsible for her husband's death, isn't she? Looks like she was the driver of the car. Maybe guilt plays a role in her craziness. On Talking Dead, Tonya Pinkins said there was a cut scene where she holding onto a car that wouldn't stop. She wished the scene had remained to better explain her character's reaction. I don't think it would have helped much. Martha's now a serial killer and it makes no sense to me based on her backstory.
  10. Season 5 of KBC

    Matthew really blew it on the decorating. He threw everything at that cake. I liked Taylor's rainbow colors and she did best with the twist, but Natasha did a beautiful job and her leprechaun legs were cute. The Scoop on Sherbet vs. Sherbert
  11. In Memoriam: Celebrity Deaths

    I don’t mean to pick on you, @Vixenstud, just playing Devil’s Advocate, but if Debbie were a man, with the same demeanor and personality, would he call him “pushy”? Mumford praises Neema Barnette, who is a woman. It seems he just didn't like Debbie Allen's style.
  12. S04.E13: Blackjack

    I don't know. But Al surmised that the woman must have watched Morgan's tape and that's why she knew stuff. They never explained beyond that.
  13. S04.E13: Blackjack

    I suppose because she knows he's continuing the work with the boxes and she wants him to stop.
  14. S04.E13: Blackjack

    She watched his tape, so she does know some of his story. She's formed an opinion, possibly accurate, about him from that and their brief interaction.
  15. S04.E12: Weak

    He mentioned over the radio that it was odd because he thought he had just seen mile marker 20. What bothers me is how conveniently quiet walkers are until it's too late. That was mile marker 21, which was altered to look like 27.