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  1. S03.E05: Jeremy Bearimy

    Maybe one of their good deeds is setting Simone up with Larry.
  2. S11.E04: Three Shirts to the Wind

    I liked Jim’s “i may have spent too long alone on the boat” murphy’s rant at Shannon was inspired. Again she’s the internet’s darling. She should also guest on avery’s show I’d watch Tyne Dailey read the phone book, so I’m good with her.
  3. S03.E05: Jeremy Bearimy

    now all of them are being good with no hope of reward.!
  4. S03.E05: Jeremy Bearimy

    I had a Nietzche moment like that, but I was younger and peep chili never occurred to me. Eleanor was amazing. I forgot about hemswoobie. Poor guy.
  5. I’m actually delighted by this season. Loving the styled around a movie theme continuing. I think it is a pretty sophisticated show that way. I havent seen the movie ‘fortune and men’s eyes’ but its interesting to see the theme played out with the universally pretty young doll people. No diversity whatsoever in age or attractiveness or fitness level. In this world modeling agencies mist recruit from prisons. No wonder Princess Ethylene is a mess. The football game is such a wholesome comic book solution, so Archie Comics, and Hiram’s answer is so evil. For the first time I’m liking Veronica in general. She was the MVP of this episode, although Archie gives her a run for it I like the cyanide larp game, which clearly is a town tradition. I’m just going to sit over here in the corner and chortle a bit and then I’ll leave.
  6. Veronica Mars Revival

    II think, though, Veronica will have an important life decision to make and as her most common antagonists Logan or Keith will the catalyst(s). So some sort of binary decision. I doubt it will be couched in romantic terms. I hope not.
  7. S03.E04: The Snowplow

    Well, they aren't getting into the good place if they keep lying about their gaseous emissions and going to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I don't know how anyone gets into the good place. Maybe they cheat.
  8. S11.E03: Hashtag Murphy Too

    You're absolutely right, but I think Frank is portrayed as someone who has very limited filters, which isn't unheard of in the real world. CoughTrumpCough . I don't know if they really needed to include that, either.
  9. S03.E04: The Snowplow

    I think Eleanor is their heart, she is the one who needs the group together as a group while they are on earth. the others did in the 'good place' but they don't on earth --Chidi has Simone and a new batch of students, after all--so it makes sense to me that the others aren't as interested in keeping the philosophy circle together. However I got Tahani's excitement at having found Larry and Chidi's excitement with the study and Michaels increased desperation, and so on. I thought there was plenty of emotion. I wonder if we will find out how Mindy is doing with the wind chimes?
  10. S03.E04: The Snowplow

    I think Michael, like Eleanor, hasn't had a lot of connections with others, demonic or not, and really cares about these people. He wants to save them like he didn't want to marbleize Janet that time when it was an option. Everyone went back to the point in time where they were killed and started over from that point. The equivalent for Michael would be for him to go back to the beginning of the good place and this never happened. He retains all the memories, including the many reboots that the rest of them have forgotten. He has had a lot of time to get to know the four people.
  11. S03.E04: The Snowplow

    There are lots of MRIs of people who haven't had near death experiences, so if all of the people who do have near death experiences have something notable that isn't on the other ones, statistically speaking, you've found something. However the real question may be whether moral philosophy, the study of, can change your brain. Chidi should have MRIs of before and after a year of study. I keep on worrying about what happens when Janet goes through her next printer queue experience. Loved Jason's jaguar bodypaint. They are still thinking of the point system, where Eleanor is losing points for blaming her farts on her chair, so we still haven't got to what i think may be the meat of the issue, which is the point system is inherently flawed. They may be back doored to the good place and find it is no more satisfactory than the bad place.
  12. The Cure

    Well if her magical properties came from her magical illness he can start the long long process of doing that once he gets more donated brains of that type. Maybe Dale will turn out to produce the cure in some way. Blood? I can’t think they’ll have her savaged and her brain eaten by numerous zombies.
  13. I watched Daybreakers the other day. I’d seen it before and I can’t say I learned anything new watching it twice. It isn’t profound. However it is a pretty thoroughly realized picture of what walled Seattle would look like in a short amount of time and the world somewhat later. Spoilers for movie
  14. A wolverine level healing factor might combat natural decomposition. When zombie actually dies no more healing factor and decomposition speeds up or the partial decomposition that is always there being healed gives the corpse a head start. Healing factor might explain sirviving ice crystals from bad freezing and thawing.
  15. I just watched the last five episodes in a marathon and they really flowed well and hung together. Mostly it makes sense. If you choose to wear the Black Hood you become the Black Hood and it changes you, I kept on thinking that Betty would find green contacts along with the code book. I'm pretty sure Chic and the black hood will show up next season, but not as the main arc. I'm sure Hiram will want to continue using the black hood to terrorize the town . I'm hoping for a supernatural element, not Sabrina (of course). Alice seems like she might want to reach out to the real son through the veil between life and death? Let's hope this won't precipitate a zombie apocalypse. I think. Hiram's group of families isn't the mafia, or a latino equivalent, they are something else. There may be enough internal consistency to figure it out, they seem also like some alien and ingrown culture (which would explain them all focusing on one town) and I would be delighted to find out they are from mars, but probably not. I don't know what age everyone is, fifteen seems completely unlikely but they are just getting into driving, so sophomore is about right? It seems unlikely sophmores would be physically grown enough to have the top football positions and well known and experienced enough to be leaders of the cheerleading squad, and be voted in as president of the student council, and look old enough to be let into any nightlub anywhere in the country ( much less own one) but they are an amazing group of kids, I guess. I suppose that they will settle somewhere in junior/senior year, like in the comics.