Ina123

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  1. I think it says a lot about this family when Scott comes across as the sanest and most real.
  2. I'll watch anything with a "Homicide: Life on the Streets" cast member at least once. Darn good ensemble cast.
  3. I'm a slobbering, unabashed Jack Reacher fan from the original "Killing Floor" in the late 90s. That Hollywood managed to take Reacher from 6'5", 220-250 lbs., and a 50" chest and turn him into puny Cruise was an abomination. I refuse to see the Cruise movies and never will. Titus Welliver is a better match, maybe not in physical size but he's also not a "pretty BOY" like Cruise so I can go along with him. I also like his voice for the audiobooks. I'm completely onboard with Welliver, now. He's an awesome combination of tough and tender-hearted (when necessary). That's how I see Bosch.
  4. I didn't watch last week. I had decided to just write this show off. But I am sucked in as to the traitor so I watched this week. It hasn't improved. Like an Asian-looking woman and an African-American man traveling together aren't going to be noticed and talked about in small town ND. They more than stick out like a sore thumb. The members of the "group" (whoever they are) would never allow them to drive around without following them. Gives new meaning to "undercover". Unfortunately, Hannah looks even more suspicious in the ball cap. Yeah, I know. Not PC.
  5. Sometimes I think I'm in a twilight zone when I read what's posted. I had just the opposite reaction on John's demeanor than most here. I thought he was truly genuine throughout and his affection for his old cousin warmed my heart. I took the eye roll on "it's all Greek to you", as just a "gee, I haven't heard that before" and just a laugh it off gesture.
  6. As a Protestant Christian all my life, I get such great laughs as Hollywood writers totally do not "get" how the majority of us think and behave, especially in our churches and dealing with our church family. The portrayal of how we relate or witness our faith to others is just so distorted, at least, most of the time. I won't claim it's deliberate, but just awkward. Most of us are just run-of-the-mill but portrayed as weird somehow. <sigh> Maybe I feel this way because I live in lowly flyover country.
  7. The only thing that bugs me about the issue of Henry not being home is the way they respond about him. "He's not here" is getting old. How about, "Henry called. He's going to the movies with Blake. They'll drop him off after." Or, "Henry just left to go to Mike's." How about, "Someone needs to pick Henry up at the rink at 9". At least acknowledge you are in communication with your son.
  8. My re-learning of the new third base led me to be thankful I don't play baseball anymore.
  9. Sometimes I think I'm in a twilight zone when I read what's posted. I had just the opposite reaction on John's demeanor than most here. I thought he was truly genuine throughout and his affection for his old cousin warmed my heart. I took the eye roll on "it's all Greek to you", as just a "gee, I haven't heard that before" and just a laugh it off gesture.
  10. The best WDYTYA ever. So loving. What an experience that must have been for john Stamos.
  11. I've been thinking a lot about the Misha arc. (Too much, probably.) What if Phillip finds out that his son was sent back while trying to find him and Phillip just loses it. He walks over to Stan's and turns himself in. During debriefing (interrogation?) Phillip proposes that if they get his son out of Russia, he will tell all. Yeah...thinkin' too much, but an interesting thought.
  12. He's doing his job. They are trying to recruit Russians to spy and work for US intel.
  13. I noticed it...my favorite scene from the episode. He fell off the counter in slo-mo. LOL. Reminded me of Arte Johnson slowly turning over on the tricycle on Laugh-In every week. Well done, Charlie..acting and directing.
  14. At that point they couldn't get by with it. Did you see the crowd all taking vids with their cell phones? Remember mixed in with the treasonous Delta's were the real guys out to protect her. The bad guys would have been way less able to hide their real objective. All he needed was to get far enough away that there was a crowd of just ordinary people.
  15. In some ways, Frankie is Marie Barone. ETA: Of course I mean the overbearing, buttinsky side of Marie.