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Old 04-19-2011, 05:21 PM   #16
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Wild Blue Yonder: Eh!! What is with Howard and his cardigans? It seems the last episodes of this season he was wearing a black cardigan. Marion looks like she has gained some weight on her butt.

May the Best Man Win: Stupid.. Some guy helps you with something and you love him? Sheesh.

Babysitting: It was okay but at least the Fonz is growing up.

Turn around and you're home: I liked this one. This one and Babysitting episode seemed like the season finale.
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A Night at the Circus: It was kinda blah. Some funny scenes but I would think that Dick could have held off going to another country and make sure that K.C gets to the right boarding school.


I'm a little behind on watching these, I wait til my roommate and I can see them together on the DVR. I just saw this last night, and noticed in the scene at the circus with Howard and KC, they mute out the word "Monopoly." I know that they try to avoid mentioning brand-names nowadays, but come on, "Monopoly" is a game that's been around almost 80 years!
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I'm a little behind on watching these, I wait til my roommate and I can see them together on the DVR. I just saw this last night, and noticed in the scene at the circus with Howard and KC, they mute out the word "Monopoly." I know that they try to avoid mentioning brand-names nowadays, but come on, "Monopoly" is a game that's been around almost 80 years!



I thought the reason to mute the word "Monopoly" was because The Hub is part owned by Hasbro, and "Monopoly" is made by Parker Brothers, but I just checked and Hasbro owns Parker Brothers, so that's not it .
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Since this is the final episode even though I think Babysitting and Turn around and you're home is the season finale because of Tom. He has on a yellow cardigan...

Affairs of the Heart: I thought this was okay but I think they knew that they would have to get rid of Krystal and Cathy so they gave them a good episode.

I don't understand what Erik's problem was.. Did he have a girlfriend and just couldn't tell Jenny or was he just not interested in her.
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I just saw this last night, and noticed in the scene at the circus with Howard and KC, they mute out the word "Monopoly." I know that they try to avoid mentioning brand-names nowadays, but come on, "Monopoly" is a game that's been around almost 80 years!
They did the exact same thing (muting "Monopoly") in an episode of The Wonder Years. Don't get me wrong, I'm thrilled they're airing these shows at all, but the censorship gets a little annoying.
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I noticed a season 11 continuity glitch that takes root in season 10.

In the episode "Empty Nest," Marion expresses her hope that Richie and Lori Beth will be happy in California, but Richie doesn't return from the army until the following season and his parents are shocked and surprised at his decision to pursue a screenwriting career in Hollywood.
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