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Today's episode is about Sandra, who once owned an enormous and beautiful mansion in North Carolina that she lost to foreclosure. Matt Paxton is the clean-up specialist on this episode and came up with some lines that made me laugh:

"Sandra is a politician. She wants to make you believe that her way is the way to do it. But then when you push her on 'Well give me the details of your plan," it's empty. There are no details.

She's basically like a Trump hoarder -- there's no substance, it's all talk."
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I was just scrolling through the online tv guide and took a look at viceland just in case one of the shows I was curious about is on at this ungodly hour. None are, but I did discover that movie I mentioned the other day. It's called The House I Live in" and the online listing reads "Eugene Jarecki, David Simon (2012) The death of his housekeeper's son inspires filmmaker Eugene Jarecki to add up the true cost of America's losing was on drugs." It's an extremely interesting film and I recommend seeing it.

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I was just scrolling through the online tv guide and took a look at viceland just in case one of the shows I was curious about is on at this ungodly hour. None are, but I did discover that movie I mentioned the other day. It's called The House I Live in and the online listing reads "Eugene Jarecki, David Simon (2012) The death of his housekeeper's son inspires filmmaker Eugene Jarecki to add up the true cost of America's losing was on drugs." It's an extremely interesting film and I recommend seeing it.

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Jan. 8th, 2017 12:25 pm
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I've been recording Bull since it first aired but until today had only seen the first episode. That first one confused me but I wasn't quite willing to write the show off. Since I'm crocheting another cat bed I wanted the tv on and I wanted to watch something that wouldn't required too much concentration and fired up the second episode. Which I really enjoyed because it addressed bias (particularly bias against women on an unconscious level) and made me think. I'm now watching the third episode and so far I'm not hating it. Yes, that sounds like faint praise, but I'm favorable enough that I wanted to take a bit from crochet and type this out right now.

I don't watch much in the way of shows with actors, true crime being my thing. If it's a forensic show, I'm probably watching. I have been recording NCIS, L&O:SVU, and Bull but I haven't actually been watching them which explains why I have shows dating back to March & April still on the DVR.

I'm not sure Bull is an accurate portrayal of what goes on in trials (it reminds me a lot of Perry Mason with the the many "Objection Your Honor!" and the asking of questions that the lawyer *knows* he will be retracting moments after he or she asked them). I have noticed a few lines that I'm 99% certain I've heard used by Dr. Phil on his show (if not exact, then a very close rephrase). But it's lines like that that make me question why I'm reacting on an emotional level and whether my reaction is trustworthy or rational. Although I have a compulsion to remind myself that emotions aren't rational. Thoughts can be rational but emotions just are.

I've also been watching Lee Remini's show on Scientology, which I have found extremely interesting. I minored in Religion in college (double major; Psychology and Human Sexuality), so I've been interested in Scientology since it first entered my awareness. Much of what the show reveals was not new to me but a few things did surprise me. Like the fact that the average parishioners contribute a quarter of a million dollars to the church. That's the average person, not the wealthy. And I really hate how capricious and greedy the church seems, for example claiming a more accurate church teaching has been discovered and necessitating a new version of a book which then members are then required to purchase even if the changed version is 98% identical to the previous one, or changing the rules as to how a test is administered and/or scored and requiring everyone who passed the previous one to retake the new one (at cost, of course). What I found most interesting, however, is the way tech is used to teach people to examine and control their thoughts and emotions. In theory this should be a good thing but it seems to me the lesson that believers take away is that it is a mistake to put your trust in people, even family members. All you can rely on is yourself and the teachings of the church (and not even in that order). I think taking that skill as far as it can go will inevitably lead to sociopathy.
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I set the recording for Bull after seeing the commercial announcing the new show (and recognizing the title character about half way through ("Hey! That's Michael Weatherly!). Last night I was in the mood to try the series and fired up the first episode. Which was good but which also confused me. I mean, the entire thing made sense up until the mom is arrested at the end of the episode. I went back to the beginning and fast-forwarded to the parts I thought were significant and re-watched them, but I'm still confused. I get that the necklace she took out of her jewelry box was the one the mom's grandmother gave to her (the mom), and that the murdered girl borrowed it, but how on earth did Dr. Bull know she was the killer or know she'd have possession of the necklace? Now that I'm thinking about it, I'm also not sure why she killed the girl in the first place. Because she wanted her daughter to marry the boy on trial for the killing and she thought the girl was interfering with that? Also, who was the guy in the mom's bedroom just before the cops arrived? The boy's father or her own husband?

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I set the recording for Bull after seeing the commercial announcing the new show (and recognizing the title character about half way through ("Hey! That's Michael Weatherly!). Last night I was in the mood to try the series and fired up the first episode. Which was good but which also confused me. I mean, the entire thing made sense up until the mom is arrested at the end of the episode. I went back to the beginning and fast-forwarded to the parts I thought were significant and re-watched them, but I'm still confused. I get that the necklace she took out of her jewelry box was the one the mom's grandmother gave to her (the mom), and that the murdered girl borrowed it, but how on earth did Dr. Bull know she was the killer or know she'd have possession of the necklace? Now that I'm thinking about it, I'm also not sure why she killed the girl in the first place. Because she wanted her daughter to marry the boy on trial for the killing and she thought the girl was interfering with that? Also, who was the guy in the mom's bedroom just before the cops arrived? The boy's father or her own husband?
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... is that I'm curious about just about everything. And I'm not afraid of research (not to mention Google makes it so damn easy). Today's excursion into new ideas came out of watching another recording of Mtv Hit's clubland. I told the DVR to record all of them after I realized I hadn't spotted any in the online guide in two weeks. (This doesn't mean they weren't there, it means I couldn't find them.) Since then I think it caught 6 recordings. Anyway, I've now seen Aviccii's Broken Arrows three or four times and I started wondering if this was real story.

I now know more about the high jump than I did before (and seeing as prior to the video I had zero interest and nothing more than a vague mental image of people flying over a horizontally mounted pole). Now I also know the story as told in the video is fictionalized and not an exact representation. The video tells a great story but the reality is also interesting, particularly Fosbury's experiences in Mexico before and after the Olympics. (See this article in The Guardian.)

Now off to investigate reviews of HipHopAbs...

Project 52

Jun. 10th, 2015 09:37 am
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Last night I was watching my recording of First 48 and heard the expression Graveyard Love for the first time. Today I'm watching another recording, this time Handsome Devils, and within the first few minutes I hear someone else using that same phrase.

Weird.

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Last night I was watching my recording of First 48 and heard the expression Graveyard Love for the first time. Today I'm watching another recording, this time Handsome Devils, and within the first few minutes I hear someone else using that same phrase.

Weird.
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... is the name of the show I'm watching on American History TV. The show is a lecture by Matthew Algeo talking about his book "Pedestrianism: When Watching People Walk Was America's Favorite Spectator Sport." He's a funny guy and the lecture was much more interesting than I would have predicted. I also wasn't expecting the parallels with other modern sports (betting scandals, performance enhancing drugs, corporate sponsors, trading cards).

Having said that, I still can't imagine sitting in a stadium watching anyone walk around a track. Especially not one of the six-day races.
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I'm watching the new episode of Hoarding: Buried Alive and it's about a trust-fund baby who became addicted to possessions. I didn't expect this episode to be much different than any of the other hoarding shows I've seen, and as is fairly common, it began with a bit of her personal history, the statement that she has never allowed any of her friends inside her home, and then a shot of a friend walking down the sidewalk to her place. I thought to myself, "Holy cats, does he ever resemble Ron Jeremy." Well, come to find out her friend *is* Ron Jeremy. On the Judge show, whatever that was, I discovered he's funny and surprisingly personable. Tonight I learned he can play Bach on the harmonica. And he's impressing me with his questions and comments -- he was very obviously surprised and concerned but he was also supportive and generally complimentary about her possessions. (Although he was also clear that she has *way* too much stuff.)

This woman has so many beautiful things -- and literally tons of cool stuff -- and she may be the most in denial of any of the hoarders I've seen. I do not have a good feeling about how she's going to do in the long term.

I also wish Ron Jeremy had more time on screen. I think he was the best part of this episode. I will also say that this particular episode makes it clear that hoarding is a result of some sort of mental illness.
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Lots of stuff on my mind, but now that I've sat down to type, I can't list them. Figures.

I did call my sleep doctor for an appointment. Eight hours of sleep seems an unreasonable total for three nights. *sigh* First available appointment is on August 2nd. I'm overdue for the appointment. I thought I was supposed to show up every two years. Nope, once a year, and I haven't been in since February 2010. And the practice moved to a new location. Good thing they told me or I would have gone to the old place.

Last night Jean taught Nia and OMG it rocked. She's taught a mashup of Sanjana, which she's calling Sanjanarama. It seriously kicked my ass but it was lots of fun. And I'm still grinning that I got to dance to Frankie Goes to Hollywood's Relax. I *love* that song -- it's track one of the wakeup music Jebra plays for us when we're on vacation.

I've stolen the Sanjamarama playlist from Jean's fb page and reproduced it below:

1. Earth Song (remastered)- Michael Jackson
2. Aftermath-Adam Lambert
3. Stay Human (All the Freaky People)-Michael Franti
4. Relax (New York Mix)-Frankie Goes to Hollywood
5. Aya Benzer-Mustafa Sandal
6. Say it Right-Nelly Furtado
7. Hips Don't Lie-Shakira
8. Am I the One?-Solovox (Just love it too much)
9. Minimba (ditto)
10. On the Couch- Prince

Last Saturday (that seems so long ago already), I had Nia in the morning, met with my knitting group in the afternoon, and toured i3 Detroit in the evening. Very cool place and if I can figure out how to squeeze hanging out there into my schedule, I'm going to join.

Lastly, I've been mainlining episodes of Midsomer Murders. Not only do I enjoy the series, but with our neighbor's tree in full leaf, the only channels I get (and unreliably at that) are the local ones. No Closer for me. *sigh* On the other hand, I managed to watch 32 out of the 33 episodes comprising Series Four through Nine in the past two and a half week -- plus two Special Features about the series. In that time I've also finished and sent off ten scarves to the National World War II Museum and seven Jayne Hats to the Austin Browncoats.
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Last night was Nia. My right knee was unhappy and I'm beginning to wonder if my refusal to consider using a knee braces is unwise.

On the other hand, the rest of me felt pretty good after class. So much so that after I got home I went out into the garden and did a tiny bit of weeding and messed around with compost bins. I moved the top layer of uncomposted stuff from the bin that split open at the corner to one of the other bins. The next step will be sieving what's left, separating the finished compost from the stuff that needs more time.

After that it was in the house for a shower for me and a trip through the washer for the black clothing. While the laundry finished up I watched NCIS -- overall I enjoyed the episode but I was sorry Mike Franks was killed. And I really hope the really smart new agent (don't know his name) isn't dead. He strongly reminds me of someone from the old Mission: Impossible and I really hoped to see more of him.

Also in the grumbling about tv department, this morning I learned Lie to Me has been canceled. I'm quite unhappy about the cancellation.

I'm sure there was something else I meant to write, but heck if I can think of what it could be.
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I'm watching Third Reich on the History channel. I came in at what I think was the midway point of the first episode ("The Rise;" this one is called "The Fall.") The visuals were primarily filmed by amateurs with their personal film equipment. I find that aspect the most interesting, that and how much of the film was shot in color. Although I do wonder if some of what I'm seeing was colorized.

The propaganda films are stunning. I can tell they were filmed by professionals well versed in choreography and scripting.
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I saw Detroit 1-8-7 on the onscreen guide tonight and decided to check it out. I knew it was a crime show of some sort but I wasn't sure if it was real or fictional -- and having a rotten memory for names and faces, I watched a few minutes while thinking a few folk looked familiar but I had no idea who they were or why. The first thing I noticed was that the accents didn't sound quite right. The second thing I noticed was that the death notification was quite different from what I've come to think of as normal thanks to First 48. After that, I was pretty sure the show is fictional. Wikipedia confirmed it.

I'm 15 minutes in and so far I'm not impressed. On the other hand, after reading the page I think it might have potential. If they really do spend some time exploring the city and the suburbs, and they show some of the cool stuff that is going on around here.

Back to my knitting...
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My doctor's appointment the other day was boring. No changes in my meds, routine bloodwork scheduled for today (and taken care of before work this morning). And the news that now that I'm in my 50s, I should have a baseline colonoscopy sometime soon.

In shocking developments I was stunned to see NBC is canceling Law & Order. Wolfe wants to take it to TNT and I think he should. If anything, the show has gotten better this season (and it never fell to the writers-on-crack depths of its sister show SVU).
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Found this on tvrage.com:


A mystery set in a small community that has just experienced its first serious crime in years. For the past seven years Haplin, Minnesota's lived up to its nickname, Happy Town. Even the air is sweet with the smell of bread from the industrial bakery. Unfortunately, everything is about to change. Seven years ago, an unknown psycho, nick-named "The Magic Man" kidnapped seven children before Sheriff Griffin Conroy chased him away. But the discovery of a local's gruesome murder and the disappearance of a new child have everyone whispering the Magic Man is back. Now, Mayor Haplin has ordered Deputy Tommy Conroy to replace his father as Sheriff whether he wants the job, or not. Tommy knows better than to cross the town royalty, whose bakery employs half the town, including his wife. As Tommy begins investigating, his friends and neighbors become suspects and the quiet small town life he's always cherished begins to sour. But Tommy's not the only one investigating Haplin. A mysterious young woman has just arrived in town, and she's quietly searching for answers about her family's history with the residents of Happy Town.

Ah shit

May. 12th, 2010 11:34 am
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No one ever followed up to Maddie's post about Happy Town and I see today it's been axed. Or will be, after the summer's over.

Source: http://livefeed.hollywoodreporter.com/2010/05/abc-pulls-happy-town-will-burn-off-in-summer-.html

Quoted:


May 11, 2010
ABC pulls 'Happy Town,' will burn off in summer

Despite an aggressive ad campaign, ABC viewers let the name fool them.

After this week, ABC is pulling "Happy Town" from its schedule for the rest of the month/season.

The decision comes after two episodes have aired of the Wednesday night show, which dropped 29% for its second week to a decidedly unhappy 1.2 adult demo rating. ABC will air another episode Wednesday night, then burn off the remaining five episodes starting June 2.


Not that I've even seen an episode, but I'm still disappointed.
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I was about to turn off the tv and go to bed when I noticed Lee Tergesen on the tv. He's guest starring in tonight's Criminal Minds.
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I'm watching Pit Bulls and Parolees," and the woman who runs the rescue keeps reminding me of you. She's such a strong woman and she loves her doggies.

This show (it's on Animal Planet) is going to be tough to watch without increasing my desire for a pit bull of my own. I know I can't adopt one now, not if I'm working and have kitties who are terrified of dogs, but someday...
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Tonight I was settling in for a night of crochet with Judge Joe and NCIS when the station went off the air. No pretty colors, just a black screen.

I went away for a while and when I came back I found music playing and big white letters reading


Sorry for the interruption of service.
There is no need to call us.

We are aware that this TV station
is temporarily unavailable and
we will have this channel back
as quickly as possible.


I think they're really having trouble as even the sound is intermittently cutting out. And it's not just WWJ, it seems to be all the local stations.
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I'm watching House live. First the screen went blank (well, turned a really nice pinkish-purple), then, when the sound came back, it was out of sync. So far out of sync even *I* can tell. Now the screens purple again. *sigh*
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the first three episodes of the current season of Supernatural. Including the episode with Mitch Pileggi. And all I can say about him is *wow*. And, [insanejournal.com profile] bloggingchick it was *way* fun to recognize the screen shots you used in my birthday post.

I also watched the newest ep of Dollhouse this afternoon. I'm not sure, but I think the episodes are getting better. From the previews, next week's ep looks promising.
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the first three episodes of the current season of Supernatural. Including the episode with Mitch Pileggi. And all I can say about him is *wow*. And, [livejournal.com profile] bloggingchick it was *way* fun to recognize the screen shots you used in my birthday post.

I also watched the newest ep of Dollhouse this afternoon. I'm not sure, but I think the episodes are getting better. From the previews, next week's ep looks promising.
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the first three episodes of the current season of Supernatural. Including the episode with Mitch Pileggi. And all I can say about him is *wow*. And, [livejournal.com profile] bloggingchick it was *way* fun to recognize the screen shots you used in my birthday post.

I also watched the newest ep of Dollhouse this afternoon. I'm not sure, but I think the episodes are getting better. From the previews, next week's ep looks promising.
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I think what I'm watching now may be the premier episode. It's better than I expected. When I saw the commercials and discovered the surgical practice was located in Trinidad, Colorado, I wondered if it had anything to do with Dr. Biber. It turns out I was right; Dr. Marci Bowers took over his practice when he retired. And I learned something new about Dr. Biber. I didn't know he had been in Korea as a MASH surgeon. Or that his first genital reassignment surgery was based on a set of diagrams sent to him from Johns Hopkins.
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I think what I'm watching now may be the premier episode. It's better than I expected. When I saw the commercials and discovered the surgical practice was located in Trinidad, Colorado, I wondered if it had anything to do with Dr. Biber. It turns out I was right; Dr. Marci Bowers took over his practice when he retired. And I learned something new about Dr. Biber. I didn't know he had been in Korea as a MASH surgeon. Or that his first genital reassignment surgery was based on a set of diagrams sent to him from Johns Hopkins.
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I think what I'm watching now may be the premier episode. It's better than I expected. When I saw the commercials and discovered the surgical practice was located in Trinidad, Colorado, I wondered if it had anything to do with Dr. Biber. It turns out I was right; Dr. Marci Bowers took over his practice when he retired. And I learned something new about Dr. Biber. I didn't know he had been in Korea as a MASH surgeon. Or that his first genital reassignment surgery was based on a set of diagrams sent to him from Johns Hopkins.
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Secret Lives of Women is one of my favorite shows. Usually the women highlighted lead interesting lives and are, for the most part, shown in a positive light. This week's show was different. The topic was 'shopaholics' and I just don't understand the things that energize these women. They squee over clothes that I think look hideous. I can almost understand the woman who goes nuts over pretty dishes and cookware, but not to the point where it results in being unable to pay the phone bill.
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Secret Lives of Women is one of my favorite shows. Usually the women highlighted lead interesting lives and are, for the most part, shown in a positive light. This week's show was different. The topic was 'shopaholics' and I just don't understand the things that energize these women. They squee over clothes that I think look hideous. I can almost understand the woman who goes nuts over pretty dishes and cookware, but not to the point where it results in being unable to pay the phone bill.
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Secret Lives of Women is one of my favorite shows. Usually the women highlighted lead interesting lives and are, for the most part, shown in a positive light. This week's show was different. The topic was 'shopaholics' and I just don't understand the things that energize these women. They squee over clothes that I think look hideous. I can almost understand the woman who goes nuts over pretty dishes and cookware, but not to the point where it results in being unable to pay the phone bill.
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I've heard numerous times how toxic cooking meth is, but it's way worse than I thought. I'm watching Crank: Darkness of the Edge of Town on PBS and it's horrifying.
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I've heard numerous times how toxic cooking meth is, but it's way worse than I thought. I'm watching Crank: Darkness of the Edge of Town on PBS and it's horrifying.
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I've heard numerous times how toxic cooking meth is, but it's way worse than I thought. I'm watching Crank: Darkness of the Edge of Town on PBS and it's horrifying.
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I've heard numerous times how toxic cooking meth is, but it's way worse than I thought. I'm watching Crank: Darkness of the Edge of Town on PBS and it's horrifying.
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My memory is shot to hell. I know I'm missing at least a year thanks to sleep apnea, but there are days things still don't register. Or things register for a while, then they drift off to who-knows-where. The missing memory currently vexing me is concerns a tv detective who recently (i.e., earlier this season) adopted a dog from the SPCA or Humane Society. I remember the dog is mostly white and looks to be at least part pit bull, but that's *all* I can remember. I can't tell you what show this was on, which detective adopted him, I can't even tell you if the detective was black or white. He was male though -- I remember that much. I think I've narrowed the show down to Law & Order or L&O:SVU. Does anybody out there know who adopted the dog? I'm hoping it was one of the guys on L&O not SVU. If was SVU, I fear it was Chester Lake. If it was Lake, it just makes me all the more pissed about the season finale.
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My memory is shot to hell. I know I'm missing at least a year thanks to sleep apnea, but there are days things still don't register. Or things register for a while, then they drift off to who-knows-where. The missing memory currently vexing me is concerns a tv detective who recently (i.e., earlier this season) adopted a dog from the SPCA or Humane Society. I remember the dog is mostly white and looks to be at least part pit bull, but that's *all* I can remember. I can't tell you what show this was on, which detective adopted him, I can't even tell you if the detective was black or white. He was male though -- I remember that much. I think I've narrowed the show down to Law & Order or L&O:SVU. Does anybody out there know who adopted the dog? I'm hoping it was one of the guys on L&O not SVU. If was SVU, I fear it was Chester Lake. If it was Lake, it just makes me all the more pissed about the season finale.
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My memory is shot to hell. I know I'm missing at least a year thanks to sleep apnea, but there are days things still don't register. Or things register for a while, then they drift off to who-knows-where. The missing memory currently vexing me is concerns a tv detective who recently (i.e., earlier this season) adopted a dog from the SPCA or Humane Society. I remember the dog is mostly white and looks to be at least part pit bull, but that's *all* I can remember. I can't tell you what show this was on, which detective adopted him, I can't even tell you if the detective was black or white. He was male though -- I remember that much. I think I've narrowed the show down to Law & Order or L&O:SVU. Does anybody out there know who adopted the dog? I'm hoping it was one of the guys on L&O not SVU. If was SVU, I fear it was Chester Lake. If it was Lake, it just makes me all the more pissed about the season finale.
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My memory is shot to hell. I know I'm missing at least a year thanks to sleep apnea, but there are days things still don't register. Or things register for a while, then they drift off to who-knows-where. The missing memory currently vexing me is concerns a tv detective who recently (i.e., earlier this season) adopted a dog from the SPCA or Humane Society. I remember the dog is mostly white and looks to be at least part pit bull, but that's *all* I can remember. I can't tell you what show this was on, which detective adopted him, I can't even tell you if the detective was black or white. He was male though -- I remember that much. I think I've narrowed the show down to Law & Order or L&O:SVU. Does anybody out there know who adopted the dog? I'm hoping it was one of the guys on L&O not SVU. If was SVU, I fear it was Chester Lake. If it was Lake, it just makes me all the more pissed about the season finale.
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This show is so bloody frustrating. It started off strong; I think the stories are getting stronger; and it might actually last more than a season. I rather hope it does even though there are two things about it that are driving me nuts. The first is that there's no one to slash John Amsterdam with (which could, of course, explain why he's immortal, but I digress). The second is that he wants to die. I don't want my characters to die. Sometimes I'm in the mood to make them suffer, but kill them? No way.
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This show is so bloody frustrating. It started off strong; I think the stories are getting stronger; and it might actually last more than a season. I rather hope it does even though there are two things about it that are driving me nuts. The first is that there's no one to slash John Amsterdam with (which could, of course, explain why he's immortal, but I digress). The second is that he wants to die. I don't want my characters to die. Sometimes I'm in the mood to make them suffer, but kill them? No way.
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This show is so bloody frustrating. It started off strong; I think the stories are getting stronger; and it might actually last more than a season. I rather hope it does even though there are two things about it that are driving me nuts. The first is that there's no one to slash John Amsterdam with (which could, of course, explain why he's immortal, but I digress). The second is that he wants to die. I don't want my characters to die. Sometimes I'm in the mood to make them suffer, but kill them? No way.
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This show is so bloody frustrating. It started off strong; I think the stories are getting stronger; and it might actually last more than a season. I rather hope it does even though there are two things about it that are driving me nuts. The first is that there's no one to slash John Amsterdam with (which could, of course, explain why he's immortal, but I digress). The second is that he wants to die. I don't want my characters to die. Sometimes I'm in the mood to make them suffer, but kill them? No way.

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