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Old 12-12-2007, 04:18 PM   #31
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When this season started and the inmates had their own way dealing with inner squables by utilizing the old "two enter, one man leave" ideology I thought "Uh-oh, this is going to be a long season." Thankfully, they didn't focus very much on that. I think it would have totally ruined it for me.
I keep waiting for Mahone and Michael to become allies. Mahone is one bad ass dude. When he killed the guy who was going to stab Michael in the ring, I was jumpin off my couch like YEAH MOTHER EFFER DON'T EFF WITH MAHONE!!

I don't know what the hell they're doing with his character.
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I keep waiting for Mahone and Michael to become allies. Mahone is one bad ass dude. When he killed the guy who was going to stab Michael in the ring, I was jumpin off my couch like YEAH MOTHER EFFER DON'T EFF WITH MAHONE!!

I don't know what the hell they're doing with his character.
I think people get tired of the same so they have people come in and out. Honestly when Sarah died I was REALLY pissed. Something tells me she's not dead...
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Old 12-12-2007, 04:24 PM   #33
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I think people get tired of the same so they have people come in and out. Honestly when Sarah died I was REALLY pissed. Something tells me she's not dead...
The funny thing about Prison Break is that you basically have to be killed by Mahone in order to die and be removed from the show. Everyone else miraculously survives and comes back in a couple of episodes.

This was in response to Schneed's post as well, btw.
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Hey another Jon and Kate fan!

I really don't know how they do it. 8 freaking kids? God bless them.
I wouldn't call myself a fan but I've seen that with my wife a bunch of times.

That family lives very close to me actually. The mom yells a lot, but I guess she has good reasons to.
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The funny thing about Prison Break is that you basically have to be killed by Mahone in order to die and be removed from the show. Everyone else miraculously survives and comes back in a couple of episodes.

This was in response to Schneed's post as well, btw.
HAHA. Now that you say that, that's SO true. Also, I can't believe T-Bag has gone on as long as he has.
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It's the way they do it that simply amazes me. Kate is a beast when it comes to doing it her way. She is definitely in charge. She cool with getting frustrated but fighting through it and still showing those kids a lot of love. I like and totally identify with Jon's layed-back attitude.
He's not laid back, he's just afraid of his wife. I would be too.
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Old 12-12-2007, 04:29 PM   #37
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LOL. I hate that show but I watch it with her because it's really sad. All those stupid chickenheads LIVE for is drama. If any of them had a decent person as a significant other they couldn't handle having such a boring life.
I'm stuck watching that crap because my girlfriend watches it, and it disgusts me that those pigeons actually think they have real world problems. I wish my biggest problem in life was who I'm banging tonight, or where I'm going to get drunk next weekend. "Hmmm... do I go to Paris for the summer, or spend it at the beach with my boyfriend?" STFU!

Also... reality show, my ass. Does anyone ever notice that they always have the perfect camera angles, and the dialogue is always polished? I think they're doing it like a dramatic version of The Office.
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I'm stuck watching that crap because my girlfriend watches it, and it disgusts me that those pigeons actually think they have real world problems. I wish my biggest problem in life was who I'm banging tonight, or where I'm going to get drunk next weekend. "Hmmm... do I go to Paris for the summer, or spend it at the beach with my boyfriend?" STFU!

Also... reality show, my ass. Does anyone ever notice that they always have the perfect camera angles, and the dialogue is always perfect? I think they're doing it like a dramatic version of The Office.
My wife watches this all the time. I am very obnoxiously vocal about how terrible it is. It's a feel bad show IMO. I really want something bad to happen to everyone. Of course, while she's watching I guess I get more Warpath time. Never mind, with that in perspective it is a good show.
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Hey another Jon and Kate fan!

I really don't know how they do it. 8 freaking kids? God bless them.
8? Ha!
My dad is #9 of 13 and his younger brother has 15 of his own.
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I jumped off the Prison Break bandwagon this year and hopped back on the How I Met Your Mother bandwagon. Love 30 Rock too.
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I jumped off the Prison Break bandwagon this year and hopped back on the How I Met Your Mother bandwagon. Love 30 Rock too.
I've only seen 30 Rock about 4 or 5 times but I do find it pretty funny. I should probably watch it more often.
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8? Ha!
My dad is #9 of 13 and his younger brother has 15 of his own.
damn what are they rabbits?

The thing about Jon and Kate is they have 2 six year old twins, and 6 two year olds.

After they had the twins they wanted 1 more, so she got pregnant and ended up having 6 kids! That's crazy. They used fertility drugs of course.
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damn what are they rabbits?

The thing about Jon and Kate is they have 2 six year old twins, and 6 two year olds.

After they had the twins they wanted 1 more, so she got pregnant and ended up having 6 kids! That's crazy. They used fertility drugs of course.
Thats the key right there. My grandparents just used good old fashioned Irish Catholicism.

But yeah, having 8 little kids at once would be tough as all hell.
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I've only seen 30 Rock about 4 or 5 times but I do find it pretty funny. I should probably watch it more often.
Same with me on 30 Rock. I don't watch it regularly but when I do I always like it.

I just picked up seasons 1 & 2 of 'It's always sunny in Philadelphia' today. I've always wanted to get into it, just never have. Target had it on sale for $19.99.
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Same with me on 30 Rock. I don't watch it regularly but when I do I always like it.

I just picked up seasons 1 & 2 of 'It's always sunny in Philadelphia' today. I've always wanted to get into it, just never have. Target had it on sale for $19.99.
I paid something like $35 for it the day it came out and I would have gladly paid more.
Because I've actually found myself with stuff to do on Thursday nights I missed almost all of the 3rd season, but I liked what I saw.
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