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    Episode 242 - The Boyfriend School

    I found Shelly Long to be so likable in this movie despite the creepy premise. It just makes me want to go watch The Money Pit. I thought for a moment that Steve Gutenberg was not gonna have sex with Jaime Gertz as Lobo, but I guess there’d be no final conflict to overcome. I had no idea Gutenberg was a sex symbol, but my introduction to him was seeing the kid soccer movie The Big Green as a child. I have to second the person who mentioned the dance. I didn’t have the captions on but I thought it was The Shag as well. I’m from N.C., so that’s something I have heard of. There was an odd background actor moment near the beginning at the romance novel convention. When Jaime Gertz is interviewing Shelly Long a woman walks in FRONT of the camera and past the two actresses wearing a scarf on her head that had a giant price tag still attached to it. I couldn’t take my eyes off the woman. How did no one on set catch that?! I’m quite shook at June’s comment about brothers and sisters being too close. Am I gonna turn into this sister character one day? Oh no... Also, what’s gonna happen with the motorcycle that Jaime Gertz literally just left in the hands of some poor airline employee?
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    3rd Annual(?) Howdies

    I don’t know if you’re still taking submissions, but one June not having it moment that I LOVE is in The Jazz Singer episode when Paul and Jason were perplexed by Lucie Arnaz changing the baby’s diaper on the beach and June says something to the effect of “I saw a single mother making a choice and I didn’t question it.” The way she said it was like dropping a mic. The Little Italy episode when they revealed the movie had been released within a couple months of them making the episode and June was so shook, “like a rattle inside her body”. I often use that quote in my everyday life. I don’t know if that would fall under June not having it or what... I love the idea of a fashion category! In Jaws 3D, the whole conversation about Jason’s fanny pack leading into Paul’s book bag is a pretty great one. June Slam or audience abuse from Meghan and Harry, when the audience member complained about it being the second time she had to do an accent to ask a question and June says something like and you haven’t taken the time to work on it since last time. Another audience abuse that I thought was great was the tank top bros in the balcony. Jason and June ridiculing them. They ended up redeeming themselves. I cannot remember what episode this was though. Somehow, they have to work in June being on jury duty and calling in. That was AMAZING. On The Spirit of Christmas.
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    Episode 238 — Bloodshot (w/ Adam Scott)

    Hello, Navy lady here. Just wanted to address the second opinions reviewer that had an issue with KT. She's not a Navy SEAL. She's a Navy diver. A totally different rate (job). I only watched the movie once, but from what I remember the only SEAL there was Sam Heughan's character, Fork Lift Arms. Although, I couldn't tell what branch Vin Diesel was in. I think he was in the Army, but he coulda been a SEAL too. Who knows?!! I think the coin KT gives Ray/Bloodshot should have had more meaning in the movie. Giving someone a coin is a part of Naval traditions. They're *usually* given by higher ups to subordinates for a job well done. Essentially, they're supposed to be something you earn. So her story about the master chief giving it to her checks out. However, it's not something I would receive only to turn around and give to some random Joe I literally met that day. Though she knows him from all the previous hits, it has no meaning to Vin's character. She's a stranger to him. It would have had a better emotional punch if she gave it to him at the end of the movie. Actually, it would have been waaaay more satisfying if it had been a coin he gave to her at the end for all the emotional labor she was put through in this movie! The intro of Ray's wife in the beginning was just odd. I guess we can chalk it up to it being a part of the simulation, but did anyone notice they don't even show her face until the scene in bed? She was all blonde hair and legs. I found it kinda creepy. I kept thinking this should be a lot sexier or at least romantic, but it was awkward. And I'm with June...love me some Vin Diesel, but this just wasn't it.
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