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    PEI, Canada
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    Watching and talking about TV (go figure), reading, researching things, baking, photography, training and learning about dogs.
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    Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Person of Interest

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  1. S01.E08: Tsunami

    Agreed, that earring pull was flawless. I had to go back and watch it a couple times. I still laugh when I see it!
  2. In the Media: The Riverdale Gazette

    Riverdale's Madelaine Petsch On The Blossom-ing Of Cheryl's Bisexuality A good interview. She's insightful!
  3. S02.E13: AKA Playland

    I'm disappointed that in a season intended to empower women, the writers blew up the Jess/Trish relationship -- the strong female friendship that they'd previously said was the core relationship of the show. I don't see how the characters can come back from Trish shooting Jessica's mother in the head.
  4. Legion in the Media

    I actually needed this:
  5. Jane the Virgin in the Media

    How “Jane The Virgin” Decided To Make Two Major Characters Bisexual
  6. I saw a couple more on Tumblr, too. I have no idea what's going on here! Toni must really like Cheryl if she's voluntarily spending time with her creepy family, though... Edit: Ah, Clifford had a secret will and this is likely the reading? Interesting.
  7. I don't know if that's for sure or if it's speculation based on this photo. There was also this tweet:
  8. Episode 17 looks interesting. Does something happen to Cheryl and Toni has to team up with the other girls to rescue her? That's how it looks from the promo pics.
  9. S04.E11: Chapter Seventy-Five

    Having feelings for a woman doesn't mean Petra can never have feelings for Rafael (or any other man), either. Liking one woman doesn't make her gay. Bisexuality exists! She's no less a potential threat to the couple than she would be if her new love interest were a man.
  10. S07.E04: Like Bad at Things

    This is how I feel, too. Usually with Homeland I'm bored for the first quarter of the season but enjoy the later episodes when everything connects and ramps up, but I've been interested in everything so far this year. This episode was especially suspenseful -- we knew some violence was going to erupt, but we didn't know what would trigger it or how bad it would be, which contributed to this mounting sense of dread. I felt it was well done.
  11. S07.E04: Like Bad at Things

    I know there are a lot of parallels this season, but remember to keep discussion here to the episode's events and not real-life politics. Thanks!
  12. S04.E11: Chapter Seventy-Five

    She'll probably like Baby more once the kid's bigger and can talk. Other people's babies are pretty boring at first. I agree that it's about more than that, though. She feels that Ro doesn't listen to her and always puts himself first. Still liking the Petra/JR storyline -- Petra's deer-in-the-headlights look anytime she flashed back to that sex dream was great. I'm glad they got the blackmailing reveal out of the way so they can work on rebuilding trust and unmasking the blackmailer now.