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  1. Jeopardy! Season 34 (2017-2018)

    I encountered the Pullman loaf pan while looking around online for some regular loaf pans that were made in the USA, and it just stuck with me. I didn't buy one, though. And the regular loaf pan I did buy was a disappointment (the nonstick coating didn't last long despite my best efforts), so I switched to good ol' Pyrex. You have to be careful to grease it well, but there's no concern about scratching and it can go in the dishwasher.
  2. Jeopardy! Season 34 (2017-2018)

    I'd never heard of a Pullman kitchen, but I had heard of a Pullman loaf (of bread). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pullman_loaf The pan:
  3. Josie: "Don't forget about Ethel Muggs, who's running as a third-party candidate." Parties, in a high school election? Hmm. OK, let's say there were parties. There were three tickets plus Ethel (did she have a running mate?), so were two of the duos from the same party, or...? This is stupid and I laughed, both at the show and at myself for focusing on it. Mentioning parties was just so unnecessary! "Don't forget about Ethel!" There, was that so hard?
  4. S04.E09: Mac-Liv-Moore

    The symptoms don't match up.
  5. S05.E21: Spaceballs

    Pops: "I just remembered: I don't wanna be here for this."
  6. Al "Pops" Goldberg

    I don't think it's that song, but try 4.21.
  7. S04.E09: Mac-Liv-Moore

    Freylich Syndrome (not real).
  8. Aw, that was awful, but it had Darlene Love!
  9. S07.E06: Episode 6

    And their hose was so small! I had to snicker a bit. I'm sure it's historically accurate, but the tiny hose in combo with the casual slow walking in to a burning building like it was a Starbucks was too much for me to ignore.
  10. S07.E04: Episode 4

    I know I shouldn't think about Trixie going away too deeply as it's only been done to accommodate the actress's needs, but I couldn't help but wonder what she will do for 6 months when she is not earning a salary and her room and board are also going away. I know she had more money than Barbara, but enough to take 6 months off?
  11. Jeopardy! Season 34 (2017-2018)

    J-Archive puts things of note in the right-hand column of the season page, so if you scroll down here you'll see a few 5+game champs: http://www.j-archive.com/showseason.php?season=34 Scrolling that page reminded me: Please let there be no more bad penny Young Sheldon!
  12. Jeopardy! Season 34 (2017-2018)

    All clues being revealed is only guaranteed when wildcards are up for grabs, i.e., the first week of a two-week tournament.
  13. Jeopardy! Season 34 (2017-2018)

    I didn't hear the interviews either and had the same thought, but here you go, from Dhruv himself: So Alex was making assumptions about the viewing audience (and their assumptions) and possibly about the players too. Did he even know for a fact the religions of the three players? I just think it was unnecessary for him to say anything at all.
  14. Jeopardy! Season 34 (2017-2018)

    I wondered if he was trying to make them feel good in comparison to the previous game's scores (which to them had just happened), which were pretty darn high for 2/3 contestants. (I don't think they're sequestered at this point, now that wildcards slots are over, so I believe they saw the previous game.) They were garbage, but the category was DEEP LYRICS. Picture sarcastic quotation marks (as opposed to the show's usual quotation marks) around "Deep." Maybe REAL DEEP LYRICS would have been a better name to indicate the lyrics were...not deep. For instant gratification when you're wondering what Final Jeopardy was, see the links here: This thread is pinned in the main Previously.tv Jeopardy forum. http://forums.previously.tv/forum/112-jeopardy/
  15. Jeopardy! Season 34 (2017-2018)

    Rebecca's the only one I've liked, too. Although her doesn't-even-border-Pakistan answer of Nepal was frustrating (but better than Bangladesh).