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Keith Vlasak

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FYI She was calling the company that makes gourmet gift baskets, probably from an 800 number on the tag on the gift basket she was complaining about. I think it was Harry & David, if I remember the names right.

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The Mentalist Review: It's About Time

I saw an old Tyrone Power-Betty Grable movie recently, "A Yank in the R.A.F." Grable couldn't resist Power & even ran to England to get away from what he did to her. He's a cad, a heel, runs into a buddy when he has a date with her & doesn't show until 4 AM. She meets a nice guy, Power's commanding officer, who wants to marry her and she's determined to ... but Power goes missing in a dogfight and it's all out the window. The nice guy says he was afraid he couldn't pry her away from him. She rushes to Power as he comes off a ship, bandaged, and is all over him -- and even then, at the end of the movie, a cute nurse comes running up saying "our" car is here and he brushes her off & she says but you're not going to forget about Thursday? He stutters out he'll remember to change the bandage Thursday; then takes Grable's arm and as they go off (with the nice guy following along), Power says, "I know, I'm a heel ..." and it makes no difference anymore. That's Lisbon and Jane, for all his faults, and Pike the nice guy who can't pry her away.

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The Mentalist Review: It's About Time

You touched on all the things I liked (especially the crime in the beginning, which was my favorite scene of the show, & everyone showing up/motel room scene)! I wasn't a shipper, but was, "A-w-w-w-w," at the chase and airplane scene and Lisbon coming in the next morning. To me it was done in a way that suited the characters, the tentative way they each ever exposed their feelings to anyone.

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