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  1. S04.E02: Baby Shower

    I think Brett gave a picture of himself as a baby shower gift, lol. It was on the table behind Amy.
  2. S06.E03: RAD!

    The movie Rad came out in 1986, so BMXing must've been popular around that time. Murray's "How Not To Be A Money Moron" board was pretty funny. Rick Springfield trying to sing his own song was the cherry on top of an ice cream sundae. Not only is he a great musician, but also a terrific actor. I love him in everything he's in.
  3. S04.E15: I Lose People...

    I'm surprised the alarms worked at all, or the fact that they were even equipped with one. Did nobody try breaking into these vehicles prior to the gang showing up? It would've been pretty amusing (or warped) if Jimbo jumped and nothing had happened. Same with Morgan throwing the walker off of the roof.
  4. Noice!!! Here's hoping B99 gets a full-season pickup.
  5. The Conners

    Same here. Even during the show's original run, I was always in it for John Goodman. The guy never disappoints. I'm thrilled about the news. I believe it can continue and be successful without Roseanne Barr.
  6. What an emotional roller coaster this has been. I am thrilled beyond belief another network decided to grab it while it's hot (title of their sex tape). Thank you so much NBC!!!
  7. I was thinking the same thing! If they can give New Girl an 8-episode sendoff, then why not B99? This is one of the few shows that actually has me in stitches damn near every single time. I'm keeping faith B99 will be picked up by a streaming service. The writing is fantastic, as well as the ensemble. Capt. Holt Soundboard: Screw. FOX.
  8. S05.E20: Show Me Going

    "Oh hey Raymond, I can't wait for you and Kevin to come over and meet the baby. We're still on for Thursday, right?" "Screw. That." "I'm sorry, I thought you wanted to meet baby Carol? Her surgery was such a success." "Screw. That. Screw. That. Get. Some. Good. Bye." I definitely need a Capt. Holt soundboard, LOL!
  9. S03.E18: Local Vendors Day

    I can relate. One time my supervisor asked the employees to purchase a Christmas present for the CEO. Even though she didn't say anything outright, it was implied that you absolutely must or be excluded from the party that was being held for the company. I decided not to since I was only working part-time (15 hrs/week) and being paid minimum wage. Of course, everybody received an invitation while I did not. Other than that, it was parents trying to pressure colleagues into buying whatever their children were selling to help raise funds for school. I didn't mind that one so much since it was usually a cheap candy bar and the like. It rings very true to real life.
  10. S05.E17: Colors

    I always LOL seeing modern-day vehicles in a period that's supposed to be 1980-something. It was so blatantly obvious when the "Frentas" were power walking up the street in their neighborhood. I'm guessing actual people reside there. I've never seen the movie Colors (1988) so I can't really comment on it. Loved learning more about the real JTP. JTP!
  11. M*A*S*H

    Just read about his passing. So sad. I'll always remember the episode (The Life You Save) in which his character has a near-death experience. Very fine performance. R.I.P. David Ogden Stiers.
  12. Suits in the Media

    ‘Suits’ Renewed For Season 8 Without Patrick J. Adams & Meghan Markle, Ups Dulé Hill & Gets 7B Premiere Date By USA
  13. This seemed like a good idea on paper, but after viewing this episode, I would have given the spinoff series a hard pass. I couldn't care less for Octavia Spencer as the narrator. Gigi (Summer Parker) was annoying. Coach Mellor is good as a supporting character only. Having him and Mr. Glasscott as the leads didn't turn out to be that great. Though, I did laugh at Johnny Atkins (RUSH guy) becoming a Radiohead fan in the 1990s.
  14. S05.E10: We Didn't Start The Fire

    I still don't know all of the lyrics to We Didn't Start the Fire (1989), even to this day. Same with Don McLean's American Pie (1971). Yeah, I could Google them, but I'd much rather hum the tune while listening. Great episode. Anything involving Pops is gold.
  15. Aaannnddd Gina is back. I feel like someone ripped my heart out of my chest and stomped on it a few dozen times when she answered the door. Maybe in a future episode she'll get hit by a train. One can hope.