@Li- Do I remember all of my classmates from eighth grade? Absolutely. Did I have way more than 14 classmates (There were 15 Mousketeers in Xtina's third season)? Yes. Maybe disrespectful is wrong word, but I sure would have felt slighted by her not remembering me. Maybe that's just me.
Yeah, but sidelining Dwight and Kevin was okay because Michael Scott was the funniest character on tv last year.
After taking the time to go back and watch the premiere, the argument between Clay and Quinn was definitely the exact same scene that was shown in the "flash forward" at the beginning of the season.
So now we can probably rule out that any of those moments were dream or movie related, as they will likely start happening to the characters as the episodes continue.
Why spread them out like this? Was that just a snippet of what the audience was going to see throughout the season? If so, it's an unconventional choice, but one that definitely got most of our interests peaked.
@Aya- Great call on the callback to Karen and Deb defacing the Dan billboard!
Also, I completely agree with everyone that it probably won't be Nathan who dies. That would just be some cruel and unusual punishment after these nine years.
Thanks for the edits people! And kmd, you mean the Dixie Mafia isn't out of Frankfurt, Germany?
@47- good call on the gals!
@Dexter- Avery is captured by Kim Jong Il.
@Lynne- Why yes...I did watch. As inept as I sometimes am, I too knew that Julian forgot to drop Davis off and was in the car. On the other hand, I'm not sure they did a great job of portraying exactly how long Julian was gone for. He went to the ATM and he went to the liquor store, but if he walked there, how could he really have been gone?
@Ira and JB- Yeah good call. The way things worked out, Boyd was able to do what he needed to do. If the status quo had stayed in place, what would have happened? Nothing? Hard to tell. Might Boyd have figured out another way to get close and alone with Dickie?
@kenny- great call.
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