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  1. Current Timeline: News and Media

    Oh, I agree this waiting on renewal is ridiculously long and unwarranted no matter when it ends up airing (assuming it's renewed). I was just pointing out that it's non-inclusion on the fall schedule didn't mean anything.
  2. S06.E08: Sand Trap 2018.06.18

    I really, really hope not. They've resisted the romantic angle for so long! I would be very disappointed if they went there after all. I didn't notice the hand shot you mentioned, but it did strike me when Kelsey brought up the subject of a Joan/ Sherlock romantic relationship that they might be trying to foreshadow something. I didn't make much of the hug-- it seemed like a normal "I'm-glad-you're-home/ feeling-better-after-not-seeing-you-for-three-months" friendship gesture on Joan's part, and Sherlock did not reciprocate (which was also a normal gesture from him).
  3. Current Timeline: News and Media

    I don't think anyone thought Timeless would be on the fall schedule. If it comes back, it would probably be a spring premiere like this past season, or even a true summer show. I will take it whenever (and wherever) we can get it!
  4. S06.E08: Sand Trap 2018.06.18

    There were a lot of "awww" moments between Sherlock and Joan this week, from Joan's big hug in the beginning (which once again Sherlock stiffly endured) to Sherlock being quietly (and immediately) supportive of her throughout. Count me as one who definitely believes he talked to Kelsey in a self-sacrificial way (that he thought he was the problem and was genuinely willing to remove himself, and was not in any way trying to manipulate Kelsey's decision). It seems like last week's episode was meant to be the mid-season finale if the show had aired during the regular broadcast season, hence the three month jump. It does seem like he was rather abruptly cured but that wouldn't have been the case if the show had gone off the air for three months and this was the first episode we came back to after that. I feel like I'm going to be holding my breath the entire rest of the season waiting for Sherlock to suffer some kind of blow to the head. Even a fairly innocuous one could be pretty devastating to him, and I'm sure it will happen at a really inopportune time in terms of whatever is going on with Michael. I'll be shocked if his condition is well and truly gone for the rest of the season. Someone mentioned this in a previous episode thread, but I'm wondering if the season will end with Joan finally getting a baby/ kid because TPTB assumed that this would be the last season. And now, of course, it's not...
  5. Maybe Jessa allowed him to go to a fancy real barber? This! It's not my cup of tea, but it's "trendy"... no way Jessa did it herself. I wonder if Ben actually stood up for himself/ made a decision on his own, or if Jessa encouraged it after reading internet comments about the state of his hair?
  6. The Duggalos: Jinger and the Holy Goalie

    Or Netflix.
  7. S01.E03: No More Mr. Nice Guy 2018.06.13

    Um, in what universe does a (at least at one time) scared witness get asked to ID a dangerous, gang member suspect face-to-face in a parking lot???
  8. S01.E02: Part Two: "Little Women"

    Yes, you're right. It's been forever since I read the book. Might have been nice if they had mentioned it on the show.
  9. S01.E02: Part Two: "Little Women"

    I think that goes back to the fact that Amy was a "child" (which is easy to forget in this version, but I think she was only 12 or 13 at that point in the book), and also the coddled youngest, whereas Meg and Jo, even though they were only in their late teens, had taken on adult roles and were allowed to make their own decisions, particularly in the absence of Marmee. They considered it their responsibility to nurse Beth.
  10. All Episodes Talk: What's Up Doc?

    On it's own, yes. I still think Romano both losing an arm due to a helicopter and later having a helicopter falling on him is the most over-the-top ridiculous story line any drama may have ever done. :) Like I said, Grey's overall was always more extreme/ unbelievable than ER. They copied a lot of ER stories, and dialed them up to eleven. But I think ER in its last couple seasons tried to emulate Grey's a bit, too, since Grey's was the wildly successful new thing and ER was flagging.
  11. All Episodes Talk: What's Up Doc?

    She's not. I don't really watch Grey's anymore, but of the nine original cast members, four (so almost half) are still there (Pompeo, Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson, and James Pickens, Jr.). I would say their cast turnover was fairly similar to ER's, but Grey's is far more fond of big, dramatic exits (and story lines in general). Though admittedly no one ever had a helicopter fall on them. (But there was a plane crash. And an amputation, though a leg instead of an arm.)
  12. Elementary in the Media

    It's 21 episodes, so unless they start doubling up at some point, it could conceivably go through early September.
  13. Josiah and Lauren: He Has To Marry Somebody

    I thought the bachelor party was last weekend when the Bates boys were there? Or was that just an assumption?
  14. Josiah and Lauren: He Has To Marry Somebody

    I think it's butcher paper (comes in big rolls), but yes, same sentiment. Way to go all out, Duggars.
  15. S01.E02: Bond. Jane Bond. 2018.06.06

    Oh Sarah Shahi... I love you, but I'm really not digging this show. You know it's bad when I got hung up on why whatshisface told the AI that the baby picture of the client of the week was twenty-five years old. That actress looked much older than 25. And then the dad at the end looked liked he had aged much more than 25 years. Why couldn't they just have said 30 or 35?