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After the saggy diaper exchange I would have loved it if Penny said, "at least I don't wear the same outfit everyday. Don't you own any pants or nylons, Bernadette?" Penny is the only character who is allowed to vary her wardrobe. Everyone else wears the same combination every week..so unimaginative and boring.

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Does the doctor really know it was Whitehall who killed his wife? Because back in the 80s all HYDRA agents were working undercover at S.H.I.E.L.D., right?! I know he said all that stuff about 'looking your enemy in the eye' at the end of the episode, but it wasn't clear whether he ever learnt the (true) identity of the killer - so he could have said that without knowing the real murderer was sitting right next to him. Or did I miss something?

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Bones Season 10 Episode 8 Review: The Puzzler in the Pit

I never cared much for Sweets, and I like Daisy even less. Mindy Cohn (is that her name) as the doula was distracting. (How did the rest of us ever manage to have babies -- and I did it three times?) Brennan and Angela were better soothers and helpers.
I still have to go back, because I missed the first episodes this year.

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I had this feeling from the first episode that she was in on it. They kept saying "its her fault she made us do it". I figured it was Annalise. But as the season progressed I changed my mind. Seeing the ending though it gives me hope that the cover up is only going to get better. Those kids would have had no hope of getting away with it but with her in the picture its going to be really interesting.

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Grey's Anatomy Season 11 Episode 8 Review: Risk

I thought it was an amazing episode. Those flashbacks in the end were FANTASTIC. I'm really loving Meredith and Derek's storyline this season. I can't believe the show can still deliver such outstanding episodes 10 years later. Read my full review on this episode here: http://tvscribbles.wordpress.c...

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@ Chris

The flashbacks were epic! It really felt like a carousel ride with the moments blinking before us.

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Supernatural Season 10 Episode 6 Review: Ask Jeeves

We quite enjoyed this episode! We all laughed out loud every time they picked up an iconic Clue weapon. The writers totally 'got' the whole Agatha Christie concept that the killer's identity should remain a mystery until the very end. We noticed that in the prior 2 episodes, Sam did all Dean's killing for him - a situation which was not going to last. Dean's disturbing reaction to his first kill came as no surprise to us.

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Crazy Ending!!! But let's think about what this means for the episodes that will start up in the next 2 months... 1. We know Annalise and Wes created a plan to get rid of the body and evidence. What we don't know is why Annalise is even helping them. Her cheating/lying husband is dead...what does it matter if her students get caught for the murder. 2. Unless...she is covering up her students murdering her husband- to cover up her murder of Lila!!!! Think about it...when Lila came to the house to confront Annalise the night before she died, Annalise was home but Bonnie intercepted. Annalise knows everything that happens in that house...whose to say she did not hear the convo on the porch... Also, Nate and Rebecca have a convo where they say "we both know who did it" but did they ever specifically name the husband...NO...all they did was say they needed the husband DNA to prove he was the father, which they could have wanted to further prove motive for Annalise and they wanted info from the computer...which they could be looking for info to incriminate Annalise. This can explain why Annalise had Wes destroy the flash drive.... I know it is grasping at a lot of straws....but why else is Annalise helping????

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@ George

That would be so weird! She's borderline flirted with him more than once. Ew!

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@ George

Good call on Wes being the son...one of the concepts I had in the beginning...would explain why he just popped on the scene...it was explained away by him being on the waiting list but I always thought it was strange. In regards to the DNA samples...you absolutely right that Annalise ordered it on everyone in Lila's life but originally Nate asked for Rebecca to get a sample of hair from a brush and that is why she asked to come in the first time when Annalise wasn't there hoping she could get back upstairs...but the hubby shut that down real quick. Soooo many possibilities though...can't wait to find out what has happened!

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@ George

Wow. Thats some thoery. Lets see if you predicted it right

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@ George

You may be on to something but just to clarify, Nate wasn't after Sam's DNA as much as he was after anything incriminating on Sam's computer--but whether it incriminates Sam or Annalise is an interesting point. Meanwhile, it was Annalise who ordered DNA samples from Lila's male contacts in order to find out who the father was (in particular if it was Sam). As for why she's helping them, well....with apologies to Whitney Evans...Wes COULD be her son AND recall he still has leverage on her which means he was in a position to have Annalise protect the others.

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@ MrWriteSF

Well now it could have been maternal pride. OK, don't roll your eyes, but.... Consider the pilot ep when he was gonna quit and she urged him to stay. What mother wouldn't give her son career advice? Recalling the reception where he called her out for her affair with hot Nate. After he agreed to keep quiet, all she did was stroke his jacket--it's not like she moved in for a liplock. It FELT funny because we saw it as "intimacy" between professor/student and boss/employee. If Sam's cheating with girls half his age, she's no better if she does the same (with boys..not girls *grin*) AND she had Nate already so why go there with Wes? When she caught him in his apt coming out of the bathroom without a shirt, again WE perceived sexual tension, but maybe not them--and he covered up pretty quick. Would you WANNA be shirtless in front of your professor or employer if you weren't having (or trying to embark on) an affair with either of them? We're only seeing them as man and woman--it's easy to perceive a sexual relationship because it's so pervasive on TV--we just go there first. I know...maybe I'm overthinking, but we could all just be misconstruing.

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@ MrWriteSF

oops..I forgot about the hairbrush plan that went south.

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Grey's Anatomy Season 11 Episode 8 Review: Risk

Personally I think they ought to bring back Yang, and get rid of Meredith. She has turned into such a controlling bitch anymore. It makes me sick to see how she carries on with everyone at the hospital. At least Christina Yang was blunt and to the point about things and in the end she made since. This whole thing with Derek and Meredith is ridiculous. She ought to be proud that her man isn't moving out on her instead he wanted to stay and take care of her and the kids, but she can't see that through her jealousy. Instead she ride an rides him until now, (are you happy Meredith) he's leaving you and the kids. You ought to be proud of yourself for that one. I enjoy watching all of them on this show but Meredith Grey. She is a complete mistake for this show.....

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@ Stella

Meredith isn't the only who changed. Derek's got his faults as well. I loved Yang, but Meredith is the heart of the show.

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I don't like it in shows when the bad guy gets off. Even less do I like any inference that murder is a positive way to carry out your fanatical ideology -- which, I'm sorry, but is how I took this. Bella and Holmes were fun, so this was otherwise a good episode, but the conclusion does and will bother me.

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@ Keith_Vlasak

I would have liked to seen a bit more of a greater good debate/argument too, because murder is definitely not the way to carry out your fanatical ideology, although some fanatics absolutely do follow this methodology. This is why I wish they would have skipped the unnecessary burglary intro so we could have delved deeper into ETRA. I am generally not a big fan when the bad guys win - okay, it normally really annoys me. However, in this instance, I am less annoyed because it's a signal of a worthy adversary and that interests me.

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Man this show was boring. The guys tried to parse out a dead guy's life - one we've never met and to whom we are therefore not invested. Boring. Sheldon and his "fun with flags" nonsense (even if it might be the last one). Boring. The Bernadette as mean girl one had the potential to be interesting, but it faded out too fast too. (And correct me I'm wrong, but wasn't she intimated by Penny, who used to be somewhat of a school bully?) Ugh. This one kind of stunk for me.

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@ Douglas Wolfe

but he was meantion before was he not