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  1. Thank you, this was very helpful. It’s in Chicago at the Chicago Theatre. There is no food or drink minimum. I have no info on who the “and friends” are, but the least expensive tickets left are $128, so I’m out. I’d pay around $50. I mostly despise LuAnne, so that amount of money isn’t worth it to me or my sister. Lol. I hope you paid less than the price here!!
  2. Has anyone been to her cabaret show? I was thinking of getting tickets for my sister’s birthday. I’m curious as to how it is.
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    S09.E09: Momster Mash

    His eyes have looked like that since Jenelle’s 16 and Pregnant episode. I despise Jenelle, but I just CANNOT with Andrew and I HATE him more than I can express for making me side with Jenelle on this issue. It just kills me to do so. But, NO ONE has kept him from Jace. He hasn’t paid a penny in child support. As far as we’ve seen, he has shown up a grand total of TWO times since 16 and Pregnant. Two times in nine years. And both times, Barb has gone out of her way to meet with him to try to forge a relationship between him and Jace. How DARE he blame her for keeping Jace away from him! He’s a piece of shit and Jace is better off without him.
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    S07.E14: Tom vs. Tom

    It was named. The sign outside was shown a few times and James also mentioned the name It’s Ohm.
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    There's Something Wrong with Aunt Diane

    I stumbled into this topic after searching for the recent Michael Jackson doc, so it’s been a few years since I’ve watched this VERY tragic, sad, and disturbing story. But something I will never forget was when the aunt who just could not believe that Diane either drank or used marijuana, because she (the aunt) never personally saw Diane do either and there was no way that she (the aunt) wouldn’t know that either were happening with Diane, went to see yet another forensic pathologist for his opinion on what happened: she (the aunt) was smoking outside after meeting with the pathologist and said to the camera something like, “great, no one knows that I smoke, it’s a secret. I guess not anymore.” My immediate thought was, “lady, I could tell by your voice and your skin within five seconds of you being on camera that you’re a long time smoker. Yet you don’t think Diane could have secretly been an excessive drinker?” Her lack of self-awareness was just astounding to me.
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    S07.E14: Tom vs. Tom

    James has SERIOUS issues with anger and with rage directed at women. I don’t like Katie all that much, but I’m on her side regarding this issue. Random and unimportant, but I’m genuinely curious as to whether Billy and Bert of the Brandon, Billy, and Bert trio are actually named Billy and Bert, or if their formal names are William and Albert (or Robert)?
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    Leaving Neverland

    I didn’t realize just how much I miss Oprah.
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    Leaving Neverland

    I don’t know what the statute of limitations is in California, but in my state, it’s 20 years STARTING from the time the child turns 18.
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    S09.E07: Surprise

    I’m a wife, so not a girlfriend, but if my husband and I are going somewhere together, I drive, regardless of whose car we’re in. But, it’s because we have had way too many arguments about how he’s driving while I’m a passenger. I guess I’m a terrible backseat driver. Lol. So, for the health of our marriage, we decided to eliminate the conflict by just having me always drive.
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    S09.E07: Surprise

    Leah basically has no story line this season. So Kail said she’d cancel Jo’s mandated child support when he got 50/50 custody, but “didn’t get around to doing it” for more than six months? Yeah, I’d sue her for back child support too.
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    S09.E16: Reunion Part 1

    So, there is no longer a parole system for federal prisoners. Almost all convicts in federal prison have to serve at least 85% of their sentences (assuming they were convicted after 1987, which is when parole was eliminated). There is now something called supervised release, which is similar to the old parole system, except that there is no “parole board” that reviews one’s case and decides whether to let one out early. Supervised release has to be imposed by the judge at the time of sentencing. And in the case of certain crimes, it’s mandatory. I don’t know if Teresa was given a term of supervised release, but it’s also possible to be sentenced to prison followed by a term of probation. Probation is technically different than parole, but the differences are slight. I could go on, but I’m already boring myself.
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    S09.E02: Eat Your Heart Out

    I went to law school in DC (Georgetown), and I also didn’t find the city to be boring at all. However, I did notice that the city is extremely transitory, in that most of the people I met in my five years of living there (I clerked for a judge for two years after law school) weren’t from DC or anywhere nearby. Mostly they were there for school or to work in government. And, when the administration changed, a whole lot of people moved out and new people moved in. I’m from Chicago, though, which I wouldn’t describe as transitory, or at least not to the degree Los Angeles might be (meaning, obviously lots of people move to L.A. to try to pursue careers in entertainment, or for better weather, which of course isn’t happening in Chicago. Lol). So I wasn’t used that part of the “flavor” of DC.
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    S09.E02: Eat Your Heart Out

    If Dorit thought that she gave Lucy to a good home, how would Dorit know that Lucy didn’t end up in a kill shelter? The shelter called the Vanderpump rescue when the dog was scanned for a microchip. How would Dorit know what shelter is was, unless she was the one who brought Lucy there?
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    S07.E11: Return of Crazy Kristen

    I apologize for misinterprepting your initial post. I thought you wrote that YOU thought his job is to be Stassi’s boyfriend, and THAT’s why he had no problem with steaming her outfit, not that he wouldn’t have had TIME to steam if he actually had a job. I’m glad that you don’t have to iron. 🙂 We can’t deal with ironing at all, which is why I bought an industrial steamer. Lol.
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    S07.E11: Return of Crazy Kristen

    I agree. I also don’t think that because he steamed Stassi’s clothes means that he has no job. My husband and I are both lawyers who work full time. Neither of us are on LinkedIn, and we both steam each other’s clothes all of the time if the other needs help. The idea that a man wouldn’t do laundry/iron/steam UNLESS he doesn’t work is backward 1950s thinking, IMO. I also wasn’t at all bothered by Jax and Beau calling Brittany and Stassi to tell them what was going on. I sort of even feel as though Jax was looking out for Beau by suggesting it because he knows from experience that Stassi would freak out about the situation.
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