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309 'A Party Invitation, Football Grapes and an Earth Chicken' (December 5)

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I feel sorry for John, but he made what seemed the right decision at the time and who's to say he was wrong ? He should stick to it despite his feelings.

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Beside football...

The most watched show of the night with 8.39 million views and the highest rated scripted show.

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38 minutes ago, vonmar said:

Beside football...

The most watched show of the night with 8.39 million views and the highest rated scripted show.

And well-deserved, I thought.

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21 hours ago, joyceraye said:

And well-deserved, I thought.

Me, too It is a good show. I especially loved the previous episode when Missy attacked the pitcher That scene was epic

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10 hours ago, shell said:

Me, too It is a good show. I especially loved the previous episode when Missy attacked the pitcher That scene was epic

For a moment there I was trying to remember her being thirsty and getting a long drink  ( I thought a pitcher was a jug of milk as in Howdini's show at the children's party ) and then I realised it was the boy who threw the ball at her head. In my world he's a bowler. LOL.

I thought she gave him a terrific rugby tackle and a lesson in life.

Those children are all very good in their parts. It's interesting to watch them grow. I hope they're making good money for their future.

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4 hours ago, joyceraye said:

For a moment there I was trying to remember her being thirsty and getting a long drink  ( I thought a pitcher was a jug of milk as in Howdini's show at the children's party ) and then I realised it was the boy who threw the ball at her head. In my world he's a bowler. LOL.

I thought she gave him a terrific rugby tackle and a lesson in life.

Those children are all very good in their parts. It's interesting to watch them grow. I hope they're making good money for their future.

I agree.

It's called YS but it really is an ensemble. All the characters are likeable and contribute so much to each episode. Missy may be my favorite.  

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9 hours ago, shell said:

I agree.

It's called YS but it really is an ensemble. All the characters are likeable and contribute so much to each episode. Missy may be my favorite.  

Hear hear. I love how all the generations fit into the story, including the long-suffering teachers and principal. And Billy Sparks is played big  and clumsy enough to have broken Sheldon's collarbone. Poor lad, singing Old MacDonald's Farm when the rest of the congregation were singing Be Thou My Vision ( very drearily, I thought ) because nobody had made sure he actually had the right book to sing from and he hadn't noticed. How they all made it through that scene with a straight face has my admiration - I wonder how many takes it took ?

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