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Old 05-07-2013, 08:39 AM   #106
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-Mike Riemer's friend. He seemed concerned for his friend's well-being above all else, even though he was willing to concede that Mike might have been involved.
I liked this guy too, and thought the same thing about him conceding that Mike may have had a hand in Diana's disappearance.
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For some reason, I also like Joe Jones. The security guard who found Su Ya Kimís body. I never got the guilty vibe from him. Just seems like a nice person..
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Everyone interviewed in the Egypt-centered episode was very enjoyable to listen to.

The Older Scholar: A prime example of someone who loves what he does and studies. I loved it when he talked about the air thousands of years old rushing out.

The younger professor: Very friendly and articulate.

The Egyptian man who explained the words inside the tombs and talked about how he worked in them with his men. He just seemed really friendly and happy to talk about the subject.
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For some reason, I also like Joe Jones. The security guard who found Su Ya Kimís body. I never got the guilty vibe from him. Just seems like a nice person..
Oh me neither. I never thought he had anything to do with it. He was just a regular guy working his job. I couldn't fault him for taking 20 bucks to look the other way with someone dumping trash. I would have done the same.
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I liked the ME from the Clarence Roberts segment. He was very easygoing and actually willing to admit he made a mistake rather than being stubborn about it.
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Yeah. I also liked the guard from the Su Ya Kim segment. He was SO real. The chagrin on his face was obvious when he copped to taking the twenty. And he seemed genuinely bummed he didn't realize what had happened.

Henry Rollins. Even if I didn't already think that Henry Rollins was awesome, the way this guy, who is diesel beyond diesel showed such real human fear and sadness at the loss of his friend touched my soul.

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I thought Henry Rollins made an excellent witness as well; his description of the whole scenario from the grocery store onward was so clear!
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Jim Fontes, the police officer who had his two sons abducted by his ex-wife. Seemed like a very nice man and loving father and even though his kids were stolen from him for nine years, I was glad to see them get a happy ending together.

Bruce Hackert, the undercover cop who organized the elaborate sting operation to indict 18 organized crime members of attempted bribery. Seemed like a top-notch professional and the scene where he busted them all together at that party was classic.
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For some reason, I also like Joe Jones. The security guard who found Su Ya Kimís body. I never got the guilty vibe from him. Just seems like a nice person..
I really liked him as well. Just a nice, basically honest guy.

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I agree with you on this one. He was very open an honest. He admitted to his mistake and was willing to speak at length about how he had been so sure the first body was Clarence until the second one was found.
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I liked the ME from the Clarence Roberts segment. He was very easygoing and actually willing to admit he made a mistake rather than being stubborn about it.
Yes, that takes humility. I appreciated that.


I actually liked Jimmy Aprile. I know in the past a couple of people have perceived him as smug, but I don't think so. I thought he was very even-keeled, articulate, and had a hell of a resolve to get through his illness, weight loss, and financial problems.
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Although he was a wanted "bad guy" , I have to say Paddy Mitchell was quite a likeable fella ....
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I actually liked Jimmy Aprile. I know in the past a couple of people have perceived him as smug, but I don't think so. I thought he was very even-keeled, articulate, and had a hell of a resolve to get through his illness, weight loss, and financial problems.
Me, too. I didn't think he was smug at all. And he's right, too. Ditching your husband (who is seriously ill to boot), draining the bank accounts, and taking off with the children is pretty much the epitome of greed and selfishness. Melvine didn't just steal money, she planned the whole thing meticulously and used every ruse to do it. I always liked him and was glad he got his kids back.
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And he's right, too. Ditching your husband (who is seriously ill to boot), draining the bank accounts, and taking off with the children is pretty much the epitome of greed and selfishness.
Agreed.

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Yes, that was another thing--his concern was primarily for his children, not getting the money back.
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Agreed about Jimmy Alprile. A lot of rich people only marry other rich people, so when he married the dirt poor Melville - I think that says something about him right there. He loved her for who she was (well, who he *thought* she was) and not her background.
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I cannot believe I've gone this long without adding Rohrey Wychgel to this thread. Not a bitter bone in his body, even though he was absolutely randomly assailed in the middle of the night and was left with paralysis. I remember him saying in his interview he was more grateful than he could ever express for his neighbors and the hospital staff that saved his life. He actually posted to the board a few years ago and was just a totally friendly, great guy. Amazingly great and admirable attitude.
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