It's not really curmudgeony to point out when the sound at a concert is lousy. It's kind of important, IMHO, and Cannery continues to be an audio debacle.
Agreed on the Puckett's Nashville vote--they're pretty good.
This recap is much more enjoyable than the actual episode was last night. Loved Scarlett's deer-in-headlights moment when she realizes "When The Right One Comes Along" might just be applicable to her situation! Subtle, this show is not. The Wire, this show is lamentably not even aware of. Seeing Bunny Colvin every week is a depressing reminder.
Now we just need to hear from "Catherine Ross", "Tessa Bonneville" or "NashvilleFan" about how they couldn't watch it live, because of their oppressive bosses at their miserable place of employment.
It may not make sense to you now, but turning water into wine is actually a lot easier than making a full-sized brain. In fact, that's probably WHY it doesn't make sense to you.
I don't think it's right either, Li'l Rex, but billing themselves as "Pete and Roger" just wouldn't sell as many tickets.
Hey Jane! That's awesome that you have the DISH Hopper! You know, you should hook up with "Catherine Ross" (11/15) and "Tessa Bonneville" (11/8, 10/25, 10/18) and "NashvilleFan" (11/1)! Tessa and Catherine usually can't watch it live either, so maybe you all could get together and Auto Hop your Primetime Anytime recordings!
And hey, did you know that DirecTV and Comcast have DVRs too? And they don't pay people to threadcrap!
Hey little guy, I'm so glad that Scott Desjarlais didn't pay to have you aborted.
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