The list was initially much longer. Whittling it down wasn't easy, I assure you.
Me. Thanks for the compliment!
They're on the list. The family on The Cosby Show is called the Huxtables.
I've never heard of Brooklyn Bridge. What was that series about?
Well, it's a list spanning about 50 years and only including 39 families. Not an easy task, I can assure you. About 1,500 fans of shows through the years are sure to be wondering where THEIR favorite family is, but that's why we have comments! If 7th Heaven hadn't lost track of the family by the end of the series, they would be easier to remember. As for the Walshes, there will also be a post about series about friends. You can bet they'll make that list. The Walsh family was secondary to the friendships, in my opinion.
I don't hate Abby, but it's so difficult to feel for her for any length of time when she does things on gut. After having her head in the sand for so long, she pops it out and thinks she has a clue what her life is about. She's a real concern. She could get her family killed. If Ray really were just a thug, he'd take her out to save his kids! My initial thought was that Cookie saw Bridget as well. I was, however, told how wrong I was in the comments so I tried to disbelieve. LOL She wasn't hidden, but merely laying down. I know if I was in the same position as Cookie and turned my head just as he did, I would have seen Bridget. I don't think all of his posturing wiht Ray was a coincidence at all. I take back my taking back!
You're welcome! I think part of what these series are trying to tell you is that "happy" is subjective. What one person believes is happiness isn't the same as the other, and if those two people happen to be married... you're going to have problems.
Everything is working much better than I expected with Twelve. I'm pleasantly surprised!
Was it just me or did Tom Riley look more like Jim Carrey than he did his character in Da Vinci's Demons? That cracked me up.
So you know when that scene took place? I want to check it out. Jojobo seemed to think that it was Grace who said it. You're saying it was Neil who said they had their best sex when the house was purchased? I'm asking for someone who apparently knows of this scene to point me in the direction of it.
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