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  1. Sarah 103

    The Other Two

    When the series started, I never would have expected Cary to get sucked into the celebrity lifestyle and the idea of fame. I'm equally surprised that Brooke has turned out to be the mature, responsible one who is somehow immune to the idea of fame and celebrity. As bad it was watching Cary totally ruin his chances with Jeremy, what was even worse was that Cary lacked the self awareness to realize what a major idiot he was coming across as. I want a flashback of Cary and Brooke as kids before Chase was born, as in a scene with just the two of them talking to each other.
  2. Sarah 103

    S06.E17: A Dark Closet and Therapy with Horses

    Roscoe is living with Candace and Baxter. I agree, it would be nice if they mentioned him from time to time.
  3. I think part of it is age. The rabbi seemed older, and I have no problem believing this is Pastor Jeff's first churches, or at least, his first church as head pastor. I was watching this plotline thinking, "didn't they already do this plot?" so thank you for confirming that for me. Missy and Georgie are great. What I love is that they will act like Statler and Waldorf to Sheldon, but if anyone outside the family insults him, they will get into a fight and defend their brother. I want to see a scene of Missy at school. I know it would be expensive because it would mean a new set and extras, but I think it would be fun to see.
  4. Sarah 103

    S12.E17: The Conference Valuation

    I love this fan theory. I want a scene of all Beverly's children in a room without her (or so they think), and we find out she's been playing mind games with all of the them and each of them thinks the other two are the favorite. (She is secretly studying thier reactions when they find out the truth). I really hope we get a scene with Leonard and all of his siblings, or at least find out more about the other siblings by having them actually appear. At first that's what I thought, but if that were the case, I think they would have mentioned that. There are two main possibilities: One is that Beverly wrote the book based on tests/studies she did with her own children. The other is that Beverly read the book, did the tests/studies on her own children and tried to expand or build on the existing work. This episode is not the series finale, so it's still possible for Amy to be pregnant at the end of the series.
  5. Sarah 103

    The Other Two

    Brooke is great at helping her younger brothers advance thier careers, but also not letting the career take over their life. Her idea for Cary to use the Instagays to further his career and increase his followers was good, sound advice. She was also willing to let him know when she thought he was taking it too far.
  6. Sarah 103

    I Am the Night

    For some reason I thought this taking place during the summer. I thought during the first or second episode she talked about wanting to spend school vacation in LA looking for her birth mother.
  7. Sarah 103

    The Other Two

    I know! It could also totally work as movie, because it's about characters trying to get from point A to point B and what happens/who they meet along the way. It would probably be a bad animated movie, but it's the kind of thing I could easily see being made. Brooke is a great older sister to Chase but also to Cary as well. It's interesting finding out Brooke is much smarter than I thought.
  8. Sarah 103

    S06.E16: Skippy And The Knowledge Hole

    Demographics is not an exact science. I have heard people say the Baby Boom ends in 1960 or 1965. I tend to go with the earlier date because there are so many major events that shaped the boomer generation, and someone born in 1965 would barely remember them. Someone born in 1960 would at least have some vague memories of 1968 and might be able to understand why what was happening was important. Also, by 1965 many of the children born would have had boomers as parents. (person born in 1945, who marries and has kids at age 20 would make it 1965).
  9. Sarah 103

    S09.E15: Blues

    I don't know if Frank would admit to having a favorite, but Jamie is the most similar to him so maybe that's what you're seeing. Danny is more like Henry.
  10. Sarah 103

    S06.E16: Skippy And The Knowledge Hole

    Bonnie is the start of Gen-X. She's part of the cohort that most likely would not have been tested or diagnosed with ADD or something similiar.
  11. Sarah 103

    S12.E16: The D & D Vortex

    My guess is that goes towards snacks.
  12. Sarah 103

    The Other Two

    If Cary wants a real relationship and he's willing to do something long distance, Jeremy would be perfect. I have no idea how far away from New York they are, but weekend visits might be possible. There's phone calls/video chats for during the week. Brooke is more willing to stand up for Chase than Cary. Having Brooke as part of the team is great. Not only does it give us an inside look at the crazy celebrity culture, it also allows for Brooke to be a real advocate for Chase in a way that few others would be. I liked the scenes of Cary and Brooke at the dance and the diner.
  13. Sarah 103

    S02.E16: A Loaf of Bread and a Grand Old Flag

    You know what? That's an excellent point. Especially based on what we've seen from the scenes of Sheldon in church.
  14. Sarah 103

    S02.E16: A Loaf of Bread and a Grand Old Flag

    I think this episode showed that Vernoica may be smarter than we give her credit for. She understands communism and Georgie doesn't. The sense that I got is Georgie isn't sure whether or not he can be just friends, and he was pretty open about it. Veronica laughed it off. I think she understands Georgie is a sweet, goofy teen and not a creepy weirdo. Veronica might be willing to give George a second chance, on her terms. I think it was funny the first few times, but they did it too often. It just stopped being funny and became annoying. I also wish we had found out how Sheldon's comments impacted Missy at school. I understand they couldn't show it, but cut out a few of MeeMaw's songs and you now have a minute or two of show to give Missy a few lines about what happened to her at school. My guess is the neighborhood thinks he's a genuis and doesn't understand his limits. They think he knows everything. Sheldon might think he knows everything, but he doesn't. We know that, but the character and the rest of the town does not.
  15. Sarah 103

    S06.E16: Skippy And The Knowledge Hole

    I thought switching seats at first was going to have something to do the with results. I wondered if they had already signed in/had assigned seats and switching seats was going to cause accusations of cheating or trying to get around the system. Once she switched to a different row, I realized my first guess was wrong. I don't think it's that contrived. When Bonnie was growing up people weren't as aware of ADD/ADHD and people weren't tested for learning disabilities as often as they are now. Also, girls/women are less likely to be diagnosed with ADD/ADHD to begin with.