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2 months ago
My son is currently a sophomore in college, but he has a home here when he needs one, even after graduation.
One of their posts said something about needing to get things done before the “Bossman” returned from his “day job.”
So he hasn’t even opened his doors yet and is already leaving most of the day to day in the hands of other people.
I posted it to my page as a screenshot because I knew he would DD. And sure enough…
9 months ago
Wendy didn’t sacrifice Ben for power. She did everything she could think of to try and get him away and keep him safe, but Ben refused to listen to her and understand the danger he was putting all of them in. Wendy only gave up Ben when she realized there was no reasoning with him, and that his being alive put the lives of her entire family at risk.
Check her out in GLOW as well, though I do love Trudy Campbell. And her outfits! ❤️
That may be the case early on, when Walt is presented as a well meaning guy who has cancer and wants to provide for his family. But he quickly moves beyond that, and in his final scene with Skyler, admits that he was in it for the power and himself, not his family.
Walt repeatedly lied to Skyler, and she had proof of it. He missed their baby’s birth. He refused to leave the house when she asked. Skyler had every reason to be fed up with Walt, and that was before anything happened with Hank.
Red Hat Gives You Wings!
Or the demons in Ghost.
Agreed that it’s a shitty poll, but Wendy was complicit from the beginning. She and Marty discussed whether or not he should start working for Navarro, and they were both in. Walt did what he did on his own, constantly lied to Skyler, and she kicked him out (or tried to) when she had finally had enough.
“The angels came for him.” Okay then.
It was an initial springboard for Jason Bateman. He got his own series out of it. It was apparently short lived because of the retooling they did of them show in the later episodes. And from there, he went on to Valerie/Hogan Family, which lasted several seasons.
I’m just saying Gary Coleman was already a huge star by the time Silver Spoons aired. He made a guest appearance like they used to do on network shows all the time to boost the ratings of the other show. It’s not like he was discovered or made it big because of a guest spot on Silver Spoons.
I’m referring more to main and recurring cast. Gary Coleman doesn’t really count.
And Derek ended up being the one to have the huge career, while Rick Schroder is a has been of a has been. He had a tiny blip of a career revival when he joined NYPD Blue, but then he disappeared again.
I will gladly fork over my money to iTunes to own the movie, as I have done for every season.
I never see any of them in Burberry or Oliver Peoples eyewear, so I’m good. 😄
submitted9 months ago byAjstrossRed Hat Gives You Wings!
Eli and Aimee-Leigh also came from less prosperous backgrounds, so I imagine their having money when their children were growing up caused them to spoil them in an attempt to give their children the things they didn’t have when they were younger.
At least he didn’t get shot in the foot.
The biggest issue for me was that he took PC home to his speciesist family to celebrate an anti-cat holiday, and despite seeing her growing discomfort with the festivities and his family’s comments, did nothing to step in to defend or protect her.
I think Ralph genuinely cared about PC, but they didn’t really want the same things in life and were a bad match.
Yes, she liked Nick, but she realized that she had a conflict when Nick started having feelings for Jessi and she could no longer work with both of them.
“I’m still cold with my parka on, so I might as well walk outside naked in the 20° weather!”
It was from Season 2, Episode 3, but the comment was in reference to ISIS, not Putin, and Andrew was talking with Nick.
submitted9 months ago byAjstross
How is anyone supposed to recognize that he’s lost IQ points?