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Food Network Star Review: Problem Solving

I felt that Loreal would be the one to go home, especially after she failed to impress in a challenge that should have nailed. It's evident that somebody likes Sarah and according to different forums - it's not the fans.
Love the challenges this season and I hope Lenny is crowned winner.

Rationalgal2

This site is messing with us again. I lost my avatar, re-signed in and got it back, lost my comment but I had copied it so I did a paste and it came back, but I see the comment from Ani I was responding to is missing. Ani was quoting Jane's remark about Bosco and his team. Where did it go?

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Major Crimes Review: On the Bubble

Loved this lighter episode. I'm so glad this versatile cast gets to show off their comedic skills. Another great line, "I am surrounded by people with no sense of occasion." Loved Sharon hugging Julio and then looking back at Provenza. Just a great episode.

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The greatest moment of the day : Sharon welcome-hugs Julio. His facial expression : priceless!!!!

Rationalgal2

This scenario assumes the writers think the Blake Ass'n needs closure, but probably not, since it was supposedly shut down when McCallister was killed. That ended the Red John part of the TM story as far as the writers (though not the viewers) were concerned. Ending that included getting rid of all the characters connected to it so TM could be a "new" show. That probably included ignoring as irrelevant the high level FBI friend of RJ. The one thing that cannot be dismissed is how Jane gets out of his five-year indentured servitude when his freedom depends on him revealing a list of names he does not have. That is a future certainty while everything else can be ignored as in the past. The question is, what is going on in the FBI that they are willing to wait five years for a list of names they certainly would need now? Do they really need it or are they using it to hold on to Jane for other reasons? Following this story line could produce a TM show that really is new. If so, there is no way we can guess what that might be. (Not that we aren't very willing to try.)

Rationalgal2

Damn! Lost my avatar again!

Rationalgal2

This scenario assumes the writers think the Blake Ass'n needs closure, but probably not, since it was supposedly shut down when McCallister was killed. That ended the Red John part of the TM story as far as the writers (though not the viewers) were concerned. Ending that included getting rid of all the characters connected to it so TM could be a "new" show. That probably included ignoring as irrelevant the high level FBI friend of RJ. The one thing that cannot be dismissed is how Jane gets out of his five-year indentured servitude when his freedom depends on him revealing a list of names he does not have. That is a future certainty while everything else can be ignored as in the past. The question is, what is going on in the FBI that they are willing to wait five years for a list of names they certainly would need now? Do they really need it or are they using it to hold on to Jane for other reasons? Following this story line could produce a TM show that really is new. If so, there is no way we can guess what that might be. (Not that we aren't very willing to try.)

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Food Network Star Review: Problem Solving

I have actually all but stopped watching this network. Too much of 'reality', competition, fieri, and no real cooking or food culture. I can't believe they actually have the numbers to support this crap.

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Why does it say Holland Roden? Her name is Willa Holland!

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The Strain Review: Shedding Parts

What's the difference between the passengers that were all dead/came back and the four that woke up first? Are they different types of vampires? Or does it have to do with carrying the worms, something else, etc.? Did I miss that explanation (if there is one) or has it not been explained yet? Either way, I'm hooked on this show. And it kills me every time when the credits start rolling because I just want to keep watching!

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Reckless Review: Burning at Both Ends

I really enjoyed all the stuff with Jamie and Roy together. They have great chemistry. So does Lee Anne and her husband (Arliss?). Really enjoying these pairings. I kind of felt bad for Terry after meeting his dad. Guess the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree there? I'm glad the case was a personal one because otherwise I wouldn't of cared about who killed Gloria. (That guy yelled "you killed Gloria" 100 times). The cases are my least favorite part of the show, but I really love the rest of the character driven stories!

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