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  1. Jamie Dornan continues to be a dick (heh) about his participation in the Fifty Shades franchise. I have no problem with his dislike of fans wanting him to sign their boobs, but dude, those movies gave you financial and artistic freedom. Show a little respect. Ugh. Whoopi Goldberg complaining about the American tabloids to a British audience was amusing, if deeply ironic. Marie Helvin was an AMAZING journalist. Her death leaves a giant hole in reportage. Graham's "Tic-tac/Nick Nack" mistake was adorable, as was his reaction to it. I was a sleepwalker when I was younger, but I don't think I do it anymore. I'm a big sleeptalker still. I was underwhelmed by BTS, but I'm also way outside its target audience.
  2. S04.E02: Episode 2

    I agree with this interpretation. Not to mention it might bring to light the fact that the boys are half-brothers. Elizabeth is desperately trying to keep that from George, even though I think he realizes it on some level. As long as it isn't publicly acknowledged, I think George can pretend it's not true. He's already somewhat responsible for one Poldark (Geoffrey Charles). He doesn't want to deal with another.
  3. Ah, yes, when nuance wasn't a dirty word.
  4. S04.E02: I Am Ashamed

    That was more of "The Cringe," wasn't it? I loved the running joke of Tim being stymied at every turn by his peach costume. Hee. I'm a little surprised the show is spending so much time on Darryl and the baby. Also: Hubecca (or whatever her weird name is)? Oof.
  5. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    This. It's IRONY, people. Michael has a son he doesn't know about! They can't have him mooning over Wylie too often because Brad is so squirrelly and might give the game away, but Michael can pine for other people's kids.
  6. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    It's impossible she'll want anyone but Jason, though! He is desired by everyone!
  7. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    I don't really like the idea that a boy liking princess stuff could mean he has gender issues.
  8. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    Which prompts Sonny to say: "That's a motive for murder." As if Sonny needed one. Or is that supposed to make us think Margaux will double down on going after him? When Drew told Margaux he wasn't going to help her, he was a lot kinder than she deserved, but I'm glad that's the direction they went. Though I wish he'd talk to a lawyer about the blackmailing. Margaux is still holding the thumb drive over his head even though he doesn't want it.
  9. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    I think there's a Kill-the-Qs punchcard he's trying to fill. One more and he gets a free order of ribs!
  10. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    And Jason will make lip service to being conflicted but will do it happily, Sam and Scout and even Danny/Jake be damned. Who cares if Monica loses another child?
  11. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    Wimmins be weak.
  12. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    Maybe they think Margaux is the one who can persuade him? I don't know, it's all so stupid, because Drew has kept his distance from Sonny for a while. Incriminating him would drag Drew back in, and I think he probably doesn't want that as much as he doesn't want to hurt his family. "You're not the reason her father is dead." WTF? Sonny pulled the trigger. The bullet from that gun killed Margaux's father. How much more directly responsible can Sonny not be?
  13. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    "I tell you what, [Drew] is in a position to put me away." Typical Sonny that it's never his fault. And Jason is trying to excuse Sonny's actions as a poor 18-year-old kid who couldn't say no to his boss. I think that's a new low for this show. LOL at baby James's "Who is this clown?" face at LWB/FS. It me.
  14. Media: All for You

    Ouch. You'd think the GMA and Lifetime audiences would have a decent crossover.
  15. Episode Discussion: TFGH

    Exactly. It's fine he wallowed in the beginning. That is natural and totally understandable. But he doesn't get an unlimited pass just because he's 16. To continue wallowing without even attempting to get help is exactly what @statsgirl said: using his diagnosis as a weapon. That said, I fully expect Jason to be the one who gets Oscar out of his funk and into Living His Best Remaining Life. Because of course.