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    Yes, Roseanne it was Sara's fault she helped get you a second chance that you used to ruin a once-great character. It was her fault you became an embarrassing liability that put her in an impossible situation. She's the villain for choosing the livelihood of a crew and their families whose jobs you endangered, along with the legacy of the show over your dumb, rich ass.
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    The Karate Kid (1984)

    And the villain a year later in Back to School. He found a niche. Patton Oswalt wrote "The Johnny Lawrence Story" which connected them all together: And a music video of the "William Zabka Trilogy":
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    The Karate Kid (1984)

    I haven't checked out the Cobra Kai series on Youtube Red which updates the lives of the characters but the reviews have been fantastic. 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, 8.9 rating on IMDB. The trailer:
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    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)

    Mike Moh is the actor and he's been getting a lot of raves just from the little bit shown. He tweeted:
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    I'm so glad. They got off on such a wrong foot with El being needlessly jealous. This is a cute shot not in the trailer: Other things from the trailer I only found out from reading online Lucas' little sister Erica crawling in a vent: The blonde at the pool Billy was talking to was Mrs. Wheeler!
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    Toy Story 4 (2019)

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    S05.E17: Time Bomb

    I predict Nora is going to sacrifice herself, as in letting herself be wiped out of existence to create a new timeline where Barry doesn't disappear. He and Iris will have children but none of them will be Nora. They could have had Cavanaugh just be Thawne in the future and he would have earned his credit. Sherlocque serves the story the writers wanted, which is an outsider who would be suspicious of Nora and doggedly investigating her. They could have gotten Ralph of course, but he's frankly not a great detective. And OF COURSE they couldn't let Nora be the one to finally tell the others the truth. It had to be revealed in a way to make her look as bad as possible! How will Barry feel so betrayed he'd lock her in the pipeline if that happened? Most Arrowverse shows are slaves to what TV Tropes call the Rule of Drama: The problem is viewers don't want that much drama as the writers think they do, at least not at the expense of the characters.
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    S04.E15: O Brother, Where Art Thou?

    I'm talking about a flashback to four years ago after he got arrested for turning the sun red. Yeah. I never liked Chyler Leigh with the bob either. For years, since Not Another Teen Movie she's had long hair, which I preferred. On the one hand if he was only a couple years older, we'd have a group of viewers thirsting over him for being a "misunderstood" bad boy and there would also be shipping him and Lena (because people ship siblings, especially villains. No offense to Jon Cryer but I don't there'll be any Supergirl viewers thirsting over him, even those into "daddies".
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    In Memoriam: Celebrity Deaths

    Informative thread on how Dale created his version of Misirlou:
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    S04.E15: O Brother, Where Art Thou?

    More is probably going to be told next week with Lex's trial. It was just a way to establish how he endangered the entire world because of his hatred of Superman and why he was in prison in the first place. ETA: I also thought the flashback being only four years ago was too short but then I remembered that 1) Supergirl debuted in the fall so that insident could have been earlier that year and 2) Lena only appeared on the show since season 2.
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    Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

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    S04.E15: O Brother, Where Art Thou?

    Another thing, Brainy quoting Keanu Reeves in Speed about relationships that begin under high pressure situations never work and disappointed Nia not choosing to answer with Sandra Bullock's "We'll just have to base it on sex then." which now listening to it a total Joss Whedon line(he rewrote most of the original script).
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    S04.E15: O Brother, Where Art Thou?

    She's in the promo for next week Loved the ending with Lex, Otis and MISS TESSMACHER! Should have known she was working for Lex. Loved the nod to Superman IV with Mozart. I'm really glad they made Lena Irish)or half) like Katie in real life. Alex and Kelly. Yep, I ship it. Shallow note: Melissa looked great in those jeans. Sherman Howard who played Lex in the 2nd season of the late 80s syndicated Superboy series was pretty good. His Lex was crazy and chewed a lot of scenery but was entertaining. Cryer's Lex is more collected but his cavalier attitude toward killing lots of people reminded me of him. Michael Rosenbaum tweeted his props to the new Lex: