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  1. S03.E04: Vietnam

    That's how a lot of real life is. I mean what happened in the past has a lot to do with what happens in the future and I think that's the point of the show.
  2. The first sentence is very true and I don't care who the biodad is either. But I wouldn't pay three cents to have Jon curse me out.
  3. S04.E01: Episode 1

    I agree with this; Hugh makes Demelza feel like the girl she was before she married Ross. She was never courted, never wooed, so here comes Hugh, who courts Demelza and woos her and Demelza's like, "I love Ross, but I really like this too." I also think most marriages at that time were more like George and Elizabeth, quid pro quo, you give me this, I give you that. Not a lot of courting and wooing eithier.
  4. S04.E03: Episode 3

    I think Morwenna's sister is playing Ossie like a cheap fiddle.
  5. And he's colorist, don't forget that. Before someone decides to seek out a partner, they need to honestly look at what they have to bring to the table, both good and bad. None of these people seem to want to be able to do this honestly.
  6. S03.E04: Vietnam

    I thought the end scene, when Nick was born was interesting because Jack's dad wasn't an asshole, but it looked like his grandfather was, plus he was drinking.
  7. S03.E04: Vietnam

    Yes, the draft lottery scene really got me. I had a friend whose brother would have gone to Canada has his number come up; I knew a man who became a teacher because he didn't want to "fight for Lyndon Johnson." I had an ex boyfriend who was in Vietnam, he volunteered and was a medic; and I worked with a young woman whose father went to Canada.
  8. All Episodes Talk: Sanctioned Criminal Activity

    What I like about this series is that it's trying to show us the world of The Purge, not just Purge night and what leads up to it. Still I have questions about this world. For instance, what happens the day after Purge night? You go to work the day of the Purge, you go home, you survive the night but some of your co workers don't. So you come to work the next day and find out half your office has been killed. What if your boss is killed? What happens to the company? What happens if an essential employee is killed on Purge night? Who picks up the slack? What if they hire someone else and THAT person is killed too? What about apartment buildings? If people are always getting killed in the Purge, there will always be vacancies, and that's not always a good thing. Remember the Cowboy picked up his landlady and her son for the Carnival of Flesh. What if she's killed, who takes over the building? What if the government takes over the building and conditions are worse. There were a lot of people in the pen at the Carnival of Flesh and I thought, that's a lot of people to possibly get killed. What about people who aren't killed on Purge night but are injured so they can't work? Do they go on disability? So many questions but hey, if you create this world, you need to have answers to these questions.
  9. All Episodes Talk: Sanctioned Criminal Activity

    I felt bad for Jane, but I got her mother too. I mean when you read this like this, and this, you can kind of see where the mom was coming from.
  10. I think many of these people stay married because the sad truth is, there’s nothing out there. Might as well stay with this person I know.
  11. II don’t think eight weeks is enough. Why are people angry, talking about flipping tables? It’s their lives, not ours. Besides I’m sure they’ll be divorced in a year.
  12. It’s like watching The Purge.
  13. You’d be surprised, I bet the women are fighting over him right now. “Poor Tristan, that bitch Mia fucked with your head, you need a real woman.” I don’t get why people are mad. None of these folks care about marriage, they only want fame.
  14. Why are you upset? Tristan did that to make himself look good. “What a good man, sticking with a mess like Mia.” Tristan will have women fighting over him once he and Mia divorce.