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  1. I'm weirdly invested in Toby, Kate and baby. They don't actually bore me. Annoy, sometimes, but I have come around on Toby I feel like he knows he's a lot to take, and whether it was patience or just settling, Kate tolerated it and found herself with the right guy. That feels to me pretty real, realer than awesome Kate, who's been used or ignored, finding the perfect man from the jump. However, after they told Kevin, they went to the next person on their list--Toby's mom. What kind of order were they going in? One sibling, one parent, etc? I hate hate hate how Randall has always been the plus-one to Kate and Kevin. Loved young William and the judge. I was mesmerized by the judge's gorgeous blue eyes. Never seen anything quite like those on TV. Keven and Sophie, on the other hanzzzzzzzzzz.... oh, sorry, fell asleep. Kevin needs a storyline I give two shits about stat. Pill addiction on TV makes me pass out with boredom. Unless it's Coke!Kelly, I'm not gonna care.
  2. I was so weirdly pleased by the appearance of Boys in the Sand. My housemate in the late '80s had a huge selection of what now would be valued as vintage queer pornography, including this gem, and a lot of Peter Berlin sort of stuff. Most of it was almost Skinemax mild--shadowed and blurred and shot from angles that were far from hardcore, in today's terms, but they had stories, such as they were, and artistic effects. I feel like BitS was the beginning of something that was never really fulfilled. As an author of erotic romances, I think that someone could make millions producing plot-driven, romantic erotica geared toward women. And as a student of queer history, I applaud the show for recognizing that "artistic" porn was blooming not just on David Krumholtz and Maggie Gyllenhall's set, but out on Fire Island.
  3. I thought Michael's model was much more of a backstabbing horror than Liris. At the final look-see she walked out saying, "Here comes the hooker." Aw girl, tell us what you really think. They are paid to wear clothes and stomp it out, not volunteer as guest judges. Liris's skin should not have been that close to fiberglass--it's not just uncomfortable, but dangerous, and the judges noticed. Then again, as someone smart said above, don't include fabric-like things like firehoses if the designers are not allowed to use them.
  4. God, yes. Every time someone said "Harvey," I shuddered.
  5. That was amazing. I thought Zosia Mamet killed it, and I find her...problematic on that other show. The way Heidi was simultaneously wary, disinterested, and full-heartedly down with Gretchen's fucked-up shenanigans. You can see her mentally calculating, picking and choosing how much of Gretchen she will let in. So good. The lighting was really wonderful too. That early-morning light while they walked away from the rental car. I hope this interlude gives Gretchen something to think about. It's not cute at 30ish, and she's seeing herself that way for the first time. The cinnamon thing had me cringing. Jesus, grow up.
  6. "They split the flan!" Gawd, Amy.
  7. Maybe this is a basic question, but aren't rings supposed to look nice? They're like jewelry for the body, if you think about it. It's not like we all have to wear government-issued identity rings or something. It's a fashion choice. So why wear an ugly, breakable rubber one? Also, and this is an interesting fact: they are removable. Maybe don't wear things that can catch or tear or set you on fire or suck you under the escalator in risky circumstances? I guess I'm not a born entrepreneur. The only thing I've ever bought off the Tank is Elephant Pants, and I don't wear the pants and kimono while rock-climbing.
  8. Aw, now I feel bad. Your ink sounds amazing, AZChristian! I have stocking "seams" running up the backs of my legs with little bows above the backs of my knees, so I don't have to think about clothes to show them off, beyond short dresses or skirts. I'm just very literal when it comes to showing skin where everything else is covered. I know what it's like to consider your tattooes every time you get dressed. I'm 51 but the dancer's legs are still showable. (I hope.)
  9. As an Emotional-American, I kind of get where Margarita was coming from. god help me. I mean, it wasn't great, for sure. It wasn't mature, thoughtful, considered or how grown-ups should act. But I have been in that headspace where you're just freaking buried under accumulated frustration and overwhelmed by a sense of injustice, to which you may or may not be entitled, and you try to stop your stupid mouth from running and spitting out nasty asides, and can't cut a thing properly and your design (or whatever) goes to shit, and that tiny sense of propriety that knows you're being an ass pops up at the wrong moment and you say some dumb shit like, "I wasn't raised to throw anyone under the bus..." And your resting bitchface is doing you no favors, and it's a horrible snowball of rage and even though you know you're the one who will end up looking the worst through all of it, you just can't stop it. She let the garbage accumulate in Michael to the point that he was the one who acted out even though she'd been running her bitch mouth in the workroom all day. Poor everyone. I just felt really bad for the contestants, that they had to wade through this. Probably TMI about my lack of emotional restraint, sorry. Another thing: I hate the "cold shoulder." It's like the peep-toe boot. Are you cold, girl? Wear proper boots. Have sleeves. Are you warm? Wear normal shoes. Short or no sleeves. Sleeveless tunic "jackets"? Bitch, if you cold, you need something that covers your arms. I don't care what fashion says. Some of us have to go outside in weather. You kids get off my lawn! That older judge has some janked-up trout-lip work going on. Does anyone who gets these injections think she looks 22 after them? You look like an older lady (I say this as an older lady(with janked-up lip injections). Ramon the cabana boy isn't buying it, hon.
  10. I never much liked Shawn but I am sorry she died. She must have died, right? Considering Clair'e reaction to her sister "conceding." It occurred to me while watching this episode that it isn't so much their over-enunciation but their physical mannerisms. My PR superfan friend and I watch this together and try to imitate the twins but it's really nothing without their queenly ways of moving and posing and emoting. They must be annoying AF in person. The judges should really buy Kentaro dinner before they ass-rape him next time.
  11. Yet another condescending, patronizing depiction of romance fans on TV. (I'm a writer of them, full disclosure.) The stupid masks, the overheated cat ladies yelling at Jimmy to take his pants off, the stupid sex puns. Fuck you, show. Do some research.
  12. Hush. Yoo vill spoil eet. The show is usually so fantastic with accents.
  13. 100%. I don't think airport app kid was an entitled millennial brat; he seemed kind of sensitive and clearly Mom had never said no to him, but he was so crushed, it made me sad. Your first lesson from the real world, kiddo. That said, you never get a pass from me by saying, "I worked so hard!" On your shitty idea that no one needs? So what? On something that failed? It happens. Only to be turned down? We've all been there. On a huge success? Good for you. But that doesn't prove, like people accepting awards always say, that if you persevere and follow your dreams, you'll be richly rewarded with money, success, fame, hookers and tacos. Sometimes you try and try and fail and some lucky chump gets the goods. There's no formula for success, and certainly working hard isn't the metric. You can also byo to the airport. They'll let a sandwich and a bag of chips through security, and you don't have to eat oversalted, overpriced airport garbage.
  14. The shop of that Cherman Cheweler with the weird twitchy mannerisms is, I believe, off either Lake Street or Huntington in Pasadena. BH 90210 loved Pasadena. That's where the Equinox was (is, actually), the Only Coffee Shop in L.A., where the gangsters used to go (before cappuccino made everyone gay). I didn't remember this episode in detail, so Val's story shocked me. It's funny, because I was just rewatching Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me for the billionth time, and the "Your hands are filthy!" scene never bothers me, because my dad was just like that. Loved making people feel uncomfortable, creating awkwardness and impossible situations, especially for the vulnerable, although he wasn't physically abusive. But that Val shit...damn. "A little girl who loved her daddy so much, she made him do terrible things." That's some ace victim-blaming right there, and a great way to get into a little girl's head forever and ever, seeding guilt, shame and misery. Eesh. Glad that monster is dead. Although as far as the show is concerned, it makes me only root for Valerie and hate Kelly more.
  15. Is next week really Cheatgate? Or just Margarita-Michael under-the-bus drama? I was so hoping the cheating would involve the twins but I don't see ho that's possible if they just melt down, cut and cry, and make two more shitty designs. Sigh, I miss the Mocking Wall of Loser Looks.