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  1. That should be a fun episode with Sara and Mick helping Ray fit in with criminals.
  2. S03.E05: Jeremy Bearimy

    Damn Chidi, why are you hiding that under sweater vests. I was hoping he would be wearing T-shirts from now on. I loved Eleanor's reaction to the man being more thankful for his kids stick drawing, then mentioning it again later. I'm so happy they have learned and are going to help other people. I loved Janet's increasing frustration with Michael's hunt and peck typing. They'd be there for an eternity if she let him do it. While I liked Janet's strangled reaction to Tahani and Jason getting married, it's getting a little tiring since Jason seems to have no feelings for her. I also liked Janet finding her birthday on the Jeremy bearimy. Although it probably would've worked better if it was the dot, on a Tuesday, July and never.
  3. S01.E01: Keep on Truckin'

    I called both of mine Grandma with their name so we know which on we were talking about. I never heard anyone I know use Nana or Nanny when I was growing up. I always thought it was a tv/movie thing.
  4. S01.E01: Keep on Truckin'

    Jackie said she has a friend that works at the coroner's office.
  5. S01.E01: Keep on Truckin'

    I like Darlene so I've enjoyed both reboots. Didn't miss Roseanne at all. I also like the more toned down quieter vibe without her there. Darlene's kids I could do without but they don't get much focus. I do like Dan bonding with his grandson, even when said grandson doesn't have much of a personality. I like that this show allowed the characters to grow and change during the years. Unlike Will and Grace where they are in their 50's and still act like they are in 20's and 30's. I still see a Darlene that's a mother and an adult while still having some of the same personality, same with Becky.
  6. The Conners: Speculation

    Wasn't it also on par with the finale? Which to me shows the people that stuck with it the first time came back for this show. No one expected the same numbers from the Roseanne premiere, they were off the air for 20 years and people were curious. They didn't even keep those numbers it dropped viewers like every other show. The Connor's premiered well for a reboot of a reboot.
  7. S01.E01: Keep on Truckin'

    I never really thought of Roseanne as a haha funny sitcom, they tackled more serious subjects then most sitcoms. I always liked the show because it used more sarcastic humor which is what I'm like. With this episode it was again a more serious subject matter, a death in the family. But they still had their sarcasm. For this reboot and the first one. I really like the Becky and Darlene's sister relationship. They feel and act like siblings, they fight, they make fun of each other, they band together and ignore DJ when DJ says they ignore him all in one scene. John Goodman does look rough but it worked for this episode. He looks like a man that lost his wife suddenly. I also liked seeing how each of them handled her death. I'll keep watching, plus I have nothing else on that time on Tuesdays.
  8. The Conners: Speculation

    Rosanne was one of least interesting to me on the first reboot. So I won't miss her.
  9. That looks awesome like only Legends could. I can't wait until next week.
  10. S11.E02: The Ghost Monument

    I like the new Tardis, it even dispenses biscuts. You can always use snacks on a road trip. I also don't mind the story being a little more grounded. I was one that gave up on the Moffat era for being too grandiose all the time. You can have an occasional big episode but one every few weeks gets tiring. The Doctor's reunion with her Tardis is what I was here for and that didn't disappoint. I'm so happy 13 found her Tardis right away. It was nice to see the companions use a new line, "how do you fit all this in a police box?" I'm also one that enjoys characters over story. If I like the characters the story doesn't matter as much as the characters interacting with each other. I wonder who the Timeless child is?
  11. S03.E10: Jahr Null

    Hawthorne said the only reason that girl went through was because her counterpart on the other side is dead. That's why they can travel. The nazis have no way of knowing who's dead on the other side so it would have to be luck for anyone to get through. Most likely they would kill more then the ones that would go through. Since they don't even know which world they are sending them too. As for inanimate objects I would think the traveler has to touching it since they are able to bring the films and their clothes they are wearing. And you are right their is no proof the machine works, the girl could've traveled on her own.
  12. S03.E04: The Snowplow

    While there was some funny lines, Tahani realizing that 18k is a lot of money to us regular folks and her Heirbnb (which I could believe is real) I hope these episodes are just the set up to real show. Hopefully it starts next week now that they've seen the portal. I also like Eleanor being aware enough that she acted like an ass and was able to take the analysis of her character from Simone.
  13. S01.E03: Turbulence

    I don't think this show figured out yet what it wants to be. Is it sci fi? Religious? Or a regular drama that ignores the weirdness? So far it seems like the later. The mystery is second to the relationship drama.
  14. S01.E03: Turbulence

    I hope one of the passengers is named Zach Morris, maybe he can have the ability to stop time.
  15. S03.E10: Jahr Null

    I think Joe had the chance to be redeemed in season 1 and almost made it, then went full Nazi this season. He lost his chance when he started killing without any guilt. Threatening Juliana was his undoing. Because I always forget that Juliana is trained in self defense since she so rarely uses it. I forgot about it last season until the resistance tried to kill her. Which is more realistic, being trained in martial arts doesn't make you a superhero. Juliana only uses it when she has no choice. I know she didn't use the showy martial arts with Joe, she used his razor and her quick reflexes. Thats a big part of the training to react before the attacker. Juliana finally figured out how to travel. I wonder if she'll go get Thomas from another universe and bring him to Smith. Maybe one where Smith didn't turn and fights for the resistance. After losing his son and now the rest of his family that has to be turning him around. I do agree he is the most compelling character even while being a nazi. Jason O'Mara is a show killer but I like him for Juliana. He's not a Nazi like Joe and he doesn't have the previous relationship baggage like Frank. He's just another survivor. Also being from Chicago its nice to know the mob survives even with the nazis. I enjoyed this season more then most it seems. I can't wait for next season.