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  1. dcalley

    S01.E14 Happy Cecil

    I forgot about the Land o' Lakes mention! Frank would probably not mess with the box to do the trick with the knees, but Joey would. Is Peggy reusing that box, too, like she does with the cereal? Cocoa Vampires, was it? Buying cereal for that family would be a nightmare. They must go through a box every breakfast, if not more.
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    S01.E14 Happy Cecil

    This was the first episode I watched live, and I was disappointed to not like this one as much as the others, but that's OK.
  3. Interesting that there are two different error codes. Mine is EX1054 (but that's when I try manage forum follows--topics works for me). I don't know if this is at all helpful, but I believe my account was following a fair number of archived forums. Maybe that's somehow connected to the problem? I never got around to following the new single threads for those archived forums, and now I'm not sure what they all were.
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    S01.E13: Valentine's Day

    The soccer player mentioned Title IX in the episode where Frank was helping out backstage. "I should've gone to public school. They have Title IX, pizza Fridays, and other black people." Wendi subscribes to Ms. Magazine, right? I'm pretty sure that was shown when Frank intercepted her mail. I also thought of the Gas N Sip!
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    S01.E11 Mailbox

    Although he was the one who ate the sandwich! (Peggy's Day Out was the episode.) Speaking of Peggy going out, in this episode she said she'd seen The French Connection. She and Mike have been to the movies at least once in the past year. That's better than me right now, quite frankly. I did not expect to find Pat in the mailbox as funny as I did.
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    S01.E10 Show Boat

    Seafood Seat Noise! Timmy: You have been one of my harshest critics. You and that smug second grader who writes those reviews for the school paper. Frank: Well she's a hack!
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    S01.E09 The Love List

    Is Frank still sleeping under the table? If he had seen that mess of a repair he would've gone straight to Peggy to tattle. Maybe he's only under there when it's pretty dark.
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    S01.E08: Christmas 1972

    I'm pretty sure at least one old Gimbels box was still in circulation at my husband's grandparents' house more than a decade after the store shut down. I was curious if I missed anything from Eddie to indicate that he also got $100, so I rewatched the scene where the kids get their red envelopes. Eddie looks like he might be deep in thought at one point, but then we just see him picking his teeth with the envelope. I was sure the money was going to fly away at the nativity scene, or that someone would see Timmy taking the money back out and tell his parents.
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    S01.E03: Microwave

    I found this article that indicates it's real--or a real rumor from Doyle's childhood, anyway. Here is the Barbara Eden "Spinning Wheel" performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nABM14m7s7k
  10. I cleared my cache and still get error EX1054 when trying to go to Manage Forum Follows. I am on Win 7, Firefox 64. I tried IE 11 as well and got the same error. Updated to Firefox 65, same error.
  11. dcalley

    Tennis Thread

    I believe he did it to have more time with his family. They seem to be on good terms.
  12. dcalley

    Tour-Related Questions

    Step 4 of the tour links to Manage Followed Content (MFC), which opened fine for me on my followed topics. But when I then hit the Forums button within MFC, I get an error: Sorry, there is a problem Something went wrong. Please try again. Error code: EX1054 (I don't follow any members, but that tab seems to be working.) Trying (at the very top of the page) Follows>Manage Forum Follows gets me the same error, EX1054.
  13. dcalley

    S09.E12: The Helen Hunt

    ♪"You make plumbing fun."♪ Ha! I was impressed Teddy knew how the old birdcage elevator worked.
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    S09.E10: Better Off Sled

    I am an English-style knitter who thought they were doing continental! The working yarn was in wrapped around fingers on their left hands, at any rate. I didn't get this at all and had to resort to looking it up. There's a movie called Smilla's Sense of Snow.
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    In Memoriam: Celebrity Deaths

    If you watch this (it's fast and may be anxiety-inducing and it's a bit of an earworm, but I think it's interesting), hit pause or mute as soon as the stretcher appears at the end, trust me! All you'll miss is the tacked-on loud laughter of children. The Muppet Show, 1977: