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But let’s not forget that Miss South Carolina was, in fact, Miss Teen South Carolina, and thus her ignorance/inability to construct a sentence didn’t have time to mature before she burst onto the national scene. Such as.
I bet if we check in with her now that she’s had a few years to hone her skills on the amateur circuit, she could leave Miss Utah’s scattered ramblings in the dust.
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No way. Carol is totally fetch.
I first saw him as the awful Bernard in a wonderful BBC adaptation of the excellent book, Small Island, which nobody else in the world saw, but which has colored my opinion of Cumberbatch forever. All I see is Bernard! And Bernard is gross!
Agreed, and what’s more the first season was only 6 episodes! And 3 of them were pretty good.
In general I am that person who can’t separate an awful IRL person from their pop cultural contributions, but Frasier is so very awesome, and chock full of so many excellent things besides, um, Frasier, that I’ve been pretty able to keep enjoying the show these past couple years. But it’s getting way too hard to do that anymore; he is like this relentless sleazebag that won’t be ignored. TL; DR: Kelsey Grammer is ruining Frasier for me, and I’m sad about it.
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I just love that Kyle is Jerry’s Jerry.
And, uh, Mad Men! Even though people were fascinated with space, I agree that the winning ad was corny. I don’t see it appealing to teens in 1966.
Kelllyyyy! You and I watch Mad Men in the exact same way, and think the exact same things about it. Joan and the rapist husband? Yup.
And it is super hard to care about Don, because he is so irredeemed, and he seems irredeemable. This season, I thought the marriage to Megan was giving me a little something, because he so clearly wants this relationship to finally be a good one, but it doesn’t click because the only thing that’s really changed are his desires. He still acts the same — assuming that everyone will fall in line with what he wants, and just going on and doing what he wants. And I don’t even care about Megan and her proto-/pseudo-feminist complaints about Don not taking her job seriously, but she had a point.
Plus that sherbet looked just awful.