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  1. enoughcats

    S07.E12: Modern Families

    Does anyone else remember the "Dancing Itos" on Jay Leno's the Tonight Show during the OJ Simpson trial? Judge Ito was the judge and they had a dance troupe of men who looked kind of like him. (And a Marcia Clark look alike in the photo below.) After listening to Isaac simper and make a version of Googoo eyes over several seasons of PRA, I think we are due a version of the Dancing Isaacs, with an ill dressed Alyssa as their special guest.
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    Hoarders

    There were no dead animals. There was some disturbing talk about chained up animals, and they show the rusty chains and the unsanitary conditions the dogs lived in. There was some talk about the collar being imbedded in the skin, but you are spared actual disturbing visual of the animals themselves. The dogs that were looking good were living with Linda's daughter. As they shoveled the hoard crap out, they found more chains attached to the wall and close to the bottom, there was a very old chain with collar attached and some debris maybe associated with it but no longer recognizable. You might want to fast forward through that part.
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    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    IMO his throws were horrifically consistent. I wonder if he has damage to his upper arm, either muscular or tendon. They didn't show him doing an underhand throw (for distance) or a softball pitch for accuracy. Just that jerky pitch that barely propelled the balls into the ground.
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    S07.E12: Modern Families

    In agreement with the above, BUT remember this is the Project Runway universe in which no one can make clothes to fit a mature man. Or at least no one after season 5. So, they realized they could hit a ground rules homerun by omitting mature men from the families. Wasn't that special? ____the Church Lady
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    Hoarders

    And that town is about half way between Indianapolis and Cincinnatti, and all Linda would have to do is contact elder services there, get a pro bono lawyer to protect "the house she's lived in for forty years, that she took her grandchildren in when no one else could......and about three more pages of lies, and the town would be facing lawsuits out the ying yang. Could the town begin to afford the litigation a lawyer could bring? Because Linda knows how to play the system . While I was typing Kittyglitter wrote this Would we have this understanding of Linda If we'd only had ten minutes of her background? Possibly not. She sounded so sincere. So many of the shorter episodes left me wondering what the story really was. Linda, the poor widow woman with all the children and grandchildren in the house she loved for forty years. I resent her mindless treatment of animals because my mind really has trouble grasping her treatment of human beings in her own family.
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    Hoarders

    Greensburg Indiana, population more than 11,000. Right next to the interstate that goes northwest to Indianapolis about thirty miles away. A Honda plant near by. That really isn't all that rural. Towns of 11, 000+ do have amenities (and pain pill problems.) Here's a link to a part of the town that has dense houses a lot like the aerials shown of Linda's house. The satellite view shows well kept yards and streets and not any fallen down houses.
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    Hoarders

    I wonder if they couldn't find a home that would take her, or that took her for about three bowel movements in the public area. I can see Crystal's husband doing the work to keep her out of his home and to try to help his wife. What I hate is that the people who lie do so without any consequences to themselves. And Linda reminded me of the Emperor Palpatine on Star Wars except he was nicer.
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    Tea with the Dames (2018)

    We saw the DVD tonight WITH closed captioning. Lots of laughter from us and the ladies appeared to enjoy doing this. I think the shocker was that I remembered some of their movies from the late 50's and 60's but I didn't connect them to the presences in the oughts. Their story about hotel change in Tea with Mussolini had us howling because we had a similar experience in that part of the world. That stars would be sent to a dump, too, ....that part of the world. A great way to spend an evening.
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    NCIS: Los Angeles

    There are not enough up votes. Thank you for stating this so succinctly.
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    NCIS: Los Angeles

    Early on, Mr Ecats and I decided this episode was a take on a classic British Farce. Right down to the reveal in the (ahem) Morris Minor. Enjoyed it. Will rewatch. Hope the Tuesday night NCISes were taking notes. Doubt it.
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    Vera

    We are watching Season 8 from our local library. I really like Vera in the third episode and.... OK, here's an admission of snobbery. I would have told you that I like British Mysteries for the story lines, the character development, and ,oh yes, the scenery is nice, too. I lied to myself. The scenery matters a lot to me. Season 8 episode 2 left me blah. I hated the scenery. It could have been from anywhere in Europe, boring and almost no greenery in many, many minutes of it. Surprised me how much I disliked that episode. You could substitute hate for dislike, even. Now, chastened, I admit that character development and scenery matter most to me, and the story lines- heck show me sea coast, interesting old buildings, places I can look up on Google Earth....story lines a really distant third. I enjoyed wandering around the waterfront in Newcastle several seasons ago. Now if they would only have Vera attached to her old sandals that she wears in the Vera books I've read.
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    S17.E01: Premiere

    Cris March made that episode. The collar and the harness that kept the collar in place....that was Cris. Cris, Christian and the collar
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    Hoarders

    I do remember one scrap metal collection being separated from the rest of an extensive yard of junk, but I don't remember which show it was on. All the old cars: I think there's a difference that is regional. We have a local Pull-a-Part which is part of a national chain. Very organized, very practical approach and basically limited to cars that are still on the road and likely to have people needing parts for those cars. Collector trucks- the market is going to be based on how many of those hard to find truck parts are needed and he doesn't live in a large city nor is someone going to drive five hours each way to get a part. He's not organized enough to use Heming's to advertise what he has. Much less to ship it. Above, on this thread, someone noted that scrap from Alaska has to be transported to Washington State for processing. $$$$ shipping takes the value of scrap way down.
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    Return to Bravo: Anticipation and Fears

    The winners will get a lot more money. Camera operators are on speed or they were ordered to linger on interpersonal relationships and ignore the clothes. I didn't see anything I'd call new or different from the original template version 2.0 (ignore the models version).
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    S17.E01: Premiere

    I had a really wicked thought. I bet they saved a fortune by not putting ceiling fans in the work rooms. With all the hand waving, no fans needed. Before tonight I didn't know waving is contagious.
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