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  1. MaryMitch

    S06.E16: Skippy And The Knowledge Hole

    I teared up when I saw that Tammy and Wendy were tearing up along with Bonnie. It was a great moment. Thank goodness Christy is quitting smoking!
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    Will & Grace

    I'm glad Will was as horrified to find out that the guy he was flirting with was married with a baby. He was disgusting. I wonder if the "rule" about not dating a work colleague is normal in that situation? It sounds pretty restrictive.
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    S03.E13 Mo' Money, Mo' Problems

    I liked this episode. It was nice to see the kids band together, but I was glad Oliver finally owned up to wrecking the car. I'm glad Katie and Greg at least got to have a nice massage before they had to leave the hotel. And Anna-Kat's Kentucky Derby cracked me up! Loved Cooper calling Katie and Greg "Mom and Dad", although on the other hand that's a little sad.
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    TV Tropes You Love

    I always like watching the soon-to-be dad run around like an idiot when the woman in labor calmly gathers her things to go to the hospital.
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    Will & Grace

    I haven't noticed the tan. His skin does seem a bit tight.
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    Figure Skating

    I was watching Jason Brown skate in the US Championship Skating Spectacular and I realized I had a big stupid grin on my face. He has so much fun out there he is fun to watch.
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    Will & Grace

    It was great to see the relationship between Karen and Olivia. Both actresses did a great job. And I don't watch Judge Judy, but the collar on Will's robe just cracked me up!
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    Figure Skating

    I agree in part, but it's a judged sport. I think having the judging scores available for review by the general public (if you can find them!) makes it more transparent. Speaking as a fan but non-expert: during the skate I enjoy seeing the technical scores for each element, but I do wish the commentators would spend more time explaining the levels for things like spins and footwork sequences, and also the component score. Also they could do a better job explaining why one jump would get a high grade of execution (I don't have a problem with the low ones which are pretty obvious!). Bottom line: I like the current scoring system much better than the old 6.0 system, and I like the tweaks they gave it for this season.
  9. MaryMitch

    S02.E15: A Math Emergency and Perky Palms

    I thought Sheldon was acting in character - he believed he was right and was sticking to his guns. And since he WAS right, then what's the problem? I had the exact same experience in college - I used a different path to get to a result in physics, and got dinged for it. I eventually convinced the TA who was grading the test that my approach was just as valid. And I was pretty mad about it, just like Sheldon.
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    Disguises: The Cast in Other Roles

    The reboot has the only episodes that Mary McCormack appeared in - here's her IMDB page: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005203/?ref_=nv_sr_1 They are the only 2 actresses that have played Janet.
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    S1.E12: Vietnam

    I haven't heard that song "To Die Rag" in many years - it really took me back to that time. I wasn't draft age, but many of my friends had older brothers who got drafted. Remember on "The Wonder Years" how Winnie Cooper's brother was killed in Vietnam? Bittersweet episode - it rang so true to me. Found the song on youtube:
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    Disguises: The Cast in Other Roles

    Mary McCormack has played Grace's sister Janet in one other episode - "One Job", aired last March - an episode that dealt with Grace going home for her late mother's (Debbie Reynolds) birthday. Hers's a "Previously TV" article about the episode: http://previously.tv/will-and-grace/will-grace-celebrates-bobbie-adler-with-a-bitchy-birthday-party/
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    S05.E04: The Dress

    Aww... David and Stevie's friendship is so sweet and unexpected!
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    S06.E14: Kalamazoo and a Bad Wedge of Brie

    I liked Andy the cop; I'm looking forward to seeing him again. Funny, sweet, thoughtful.
  15. I think the memories of Sheldon as an adult can be bent to fit the needs of the Young Sheldon universe. We all know that Sheldon is self centered and rarely picks up on nuances. Plus, think to your childhood and all the "adult" events you probably misunderstood.