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Now I tried a reply to Ani. This is it. I'll see if it's any different from new comments.

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OK, I hit "reply" and the dialog box came up same as for a new comment.

Rationalgal2

Just checking to see if this revised site is working. So far, entering a new comment seems easy. Not sure the "reply" function operates.

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Warehouse 13 Review: The Telenovela

I speak Spanish, so this episode was a hoot, plus the campy, overdramatic performances struck the appropriate telenovela note. One dis: Unlike when Sean on Psych went undercover on a Spanish tv show, Pete and Myka don't quite have the pronunciation down. [That was when I first learned that Psych's James Roday was half-Mexican] But the translations were pretty much on point. Bravo!

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How could you leave out James Spader and BLACKLIST?????? Maybe someone has an answer to this: What time frame do Emmy submissions run?

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The Bridge Review: Finger, Hand, Ear?

I am really happy that The Bridge us back. Xfinity already had episode 2 available last night, so I watched it. Eleanor Nacht is one creepy lady, and I hope that we learn a little backstory on her as the season progresses.

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You forgot Vincent and Catherine, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST! Best love, chemistry and best looking couple who make their love look amazingly real! And they did it in the very first season!!!!

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Covert Affairs Review: Not an Island

I'm glad the romance with Auggie and Annie is over. I want them to be friendly again and fun loving, not courteous, which seems to strict, but no romance must be involved. Auggie has gone back to his sl***ty ways. lol. I think that's how he is and how he should stay. Leave Annie alone to meet dark and handsome strangers/CIA agents along the way, and then go back to Auggie as a fun friend and her handler. I don't think Arthur is going to have trouble with McQuaid. I think he's going to have trouble with McQuaid's second in command - that woman! Joan better watch out for her man! lol. I'm not seeing any romantic liaison between McQuaid and Annie though, but time will tell.

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I guess they have to do the pregnancy story line as it arises from the book, but I'm not really looking forward to the baby story line. Why they have to go and make her a single mother cop. Was that in the book? I don't know, I haven't read it. Most times producers don't stick to the book, so I don't know why they had to go with that story line. I'm sure in the book Frost didn't die, and don't they have to change that story line? They could have done the same with the pregnancy. On another note, I think I read somewhere where they said they weren't going to add a new person to replace Frost, but to me Frankie on his own doing the computer thing would be kind of boring. I think they should give it some time and then bring on an additional person. NCIS replaced Ziva and the show is doing just fine. They can bring on someone new. And it's not like someone kicked out Frost. He did take his own life. While I love and miss him, I don't think the show should suffer because of it.

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Perception Review: Unforgiven

I agree with your feedback on the case, Sean. I did love the scenes with Dillon. I think that little boy is the same guy who plays the son in Masters of Sex. I also saw him in another show recently. He seems to be a little actor that is getting a lot of parts to play. I love Eric McCormack as Daniel, and I look forward to his cases. He also gives such nuggets of information that I find so interesting. He's like the male version to the Black Box (have you ever watched it)? Or the lead actress is the female version to him. She's bi-polar. Anyhow thanks for the review. I too was sorry that the father became the bad guy. I didn't like that they made him out to be the bad boy, and that the bad guys were the ones trying to be good. I wanted to empathize with the father, but in the end, couldn't really. I know his grief was great, but murder was not the answer. And then pre-meditated murder to get himself into jail so he could kill the next guy. Too, too much.