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  1. S03.E04: Vietnam

    I think you have to be pretty near-sighted. I think I would be excluded for that because I am more or less blind without my glasses. My dad was 4-F'd because he's color blind. I guess you got to make sure you're shooting at the right uniforms? My maternal grandfather was kept out of WWII because of scoliosis, which seems weird to me, because that didn't seem to affect much else that he did. In later life, he developed asthma and emphysima which also would have kept him out. I forgot the technical term but my other grandfather didn't have to go because of "necessary work." And semi-funny story about the efficiency, or lack thereof, of the military. I had a BF who was in the Navy. And he said that while he was out at sea, he got a telegram on the naval ship that if he didn't register for the draft they were going to court martial him.
  2. S03.E04: Vietnam

    I only watched the first 10 minutes. It felt like a Vietnam War movie (for obvious reaons) and I really hate those. I came to read the comments to see if I should watch the rest, and as they seem to be fairly mixed, I think I'll try to get by without watching. War absolutely sucks.
  3. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    I actually think that's Carly's one redeeming quality (OK, she's not redeemed by it). She actually gave Elizabeth time to put Cam to bed before she started yelling at her about Jason being Jake's father. I remember her comforting Brenda's son in a limo while Sonny was killing his adoptive mother (I have no idea what I'm talking about I hated that story, but I do remember her hugging him and telling him that it was fireworks and never to play with fireworks). She doesn't take her hatred of parents out on innocent children, which is probably the lowest bar of decency, but, hey good for her for hitting that lowest bar.
  4. S16. E04. Third Wheel

    I find it hard to believe that Gibbs would allow singing and drinking on a manhunt. And, it was so beyond obvious that the fisherwoman wasn't just fishing. McGee: Gibbs would have killed you. Palmer: Yeah, you're a lot nicer. That part actually made me smile. Probably the most McGee has done in ages.
  5. S03.E03 Katie Girls

    OK, I admittedly know nothing about calculating BMI. But, if she's at least 50, from the research I've been doing it sounds like it would be very risky and that show is not being overly dramatic, but perhaps unrealistic in a supposedly reputable doctor actually performing the procedure.
  6. S03.E03 Katie Girls

    https://fcionline.com/our-center/for-physicians/hot-topics-from-our-physicians/obesity-and-infertility/ Specifically: I don't know what Kate's BMI is, but it doesn't sound like the supersafe, simple procedure that you experienced.
  7. S09.E3: Mind Games

    I totally got where they were going with it, and why she wanted to do it, but that doesn't make it a good idea.
  8. I never got that he was disappointed. If he were so disappointed, why wouldn't he just leave? Dean wasn't holding him captive.
  9. Nitpicking

    He may have. My father's mother was the same way. Hated my mom and let everybody know it. Not sure why my mom ever let her in the house. And, don't even get me started on when all three grandparents would be over at the same time for holidays. Oh, how I hated holidays.
  10. That's only because Dean was already out. Kind of like Dean didn't think to ask Death to get Sam's soul out until later. He scoured books for a whole year and didn't think of that until he realized that it was just Sam's soul. Besides Sam didn't know Dean was in Purgatory. He thought he was just normal dead. And, he didn't know about the rift in Purgatory. And, he didn't know anything. It's all very well to say he should have researched, but exactly what was he supposed to research? Dean had a starting point. Sam didn't. Sure, with hindsight and all, but going with just the knowledge that he had, he had nothing to research beyond leviathans (which brings us back to the fact that he should have looked for Kevin). It took them a whole year just to figure out how to kill one, much less whatever it is you wanted Sam finding out. No, Sam did nothing wrong by not looking for Dean. Just as Dean would have done nothing wrong had he not sold his soul for Sam. And, Sam would have done nothing wrong if he hadn't tried to sell his soul and then hooke dup with Ruby. And dean did nothing wrong by living his life with Lisa. What's dead should stay dead.
  11. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    Yes, Spenser is older than Joss because Spenser was originally thought to be Jax's child (and named John) and Carly was helping Jax take care of John before they got together as a romantic couple. Spenser was born in 2006 and Joss in 2009. But, I've never known soaps to SORAS and worry about keeping children that are not siblings in the same age order. Lucas was born before Maxie, but then she was older than him, and then I think they were the same age.
  12. I'm not seeing how that negates my point. I highly doubt there would have been anything that Sam could have done to get Dean out of Purgatory without causing harm to himself or someone else.
  13. Definitely not, but that's part of my issue. That he promised not to. No, Dean didn't know he was going to die when he killed Dick Roman (and as far as I'm concerned he was dead because he was in Purgatory). But, he did know in No Rest for the Wicked, and not only did he tell Sam to just keep hunting and not do anything stupid, he yelled at him when he got back and thought Sam was responsible. Sam, in Dean's case, was doing what he thought he was supposed to. I agree withyou that there's no excuse for KEvin.
  14. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    Sonny is the sole arbiter of justice in that town. That's what difference it makes.
  15. Pet Peeves

    I've honestly never been anywhere that has a rule requiring pantyhose. but, I think that is how they did it back in the '50s and '60s.