Of those only FBI am I still watching. I may catch up with The Rockie later.
I believe I've seen at least one other article around giving similar levels of information to what I quoted here but not the rest of what's revealed by the end of the season.What really happened to Frank isn’t revealed until the final moments of the showAlthough on the show the public is told that Frank died of an accidental overdose while sleeping next to Claire, she lets viewers know early in the season that he actually died on the floor of his bedroom in the White House, and that she suspects he was murdered.
Michelle Obama will be on 20/20 (ABC) at 9.p.m.New/Returning Shows for the week Sunday November 11/2018 - Saturday November 17/2018: https://www.cinemablend.com/televis...re-schedule-dates-for-new-and-returning-shows
Sunday, November 11
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That's what I said. He took a helicopter there. They drove his brother to him after he walked (rode a little) back. What the what?This Is Us ..... so would the Army really tell a soldier to go start walking back to his own unit, by himself, and ya' better hustle up and make sure you get there before dark because ... snipers??? By himself? In the middle of a war zone?? Granted I know nothing about how the military works but .... really???
But Jack going to talk to Squirrel's parents .......
I saw that and thought "Every Other Holiday Movie", like "here's another one like every other holiday movie"! All these Christmas movies. They are all the same - someone hates Christmas or has an argument with someone who hates Christmas, they fall in love and it snows and they live happily ever after. Blergh (or however you spell )New/Returning Shows for the week Sunday November 18/2018 - Saturday November 24/2018: https://www.cinemablend.com/televis...re-schedule-dates-for-new-and-returning-shows
10 p.m. - EVERY OTHER HOLIDAY (TV Movie) - Lifetime
Why not? This Is Us is fiction.It wouldn't shock me if that was a true thing because most of what happened in Vietnam was ugly and I read that they're using a real life Vietnam veteran to help tell the story. I don't think that vet would let them use something from that time period if it wasn't true.
That's fiction too.And I want to find a love like Jack and Rebecca's only without him dying in the end....I'd like to keep my guy for a while!
Tonight at 8pm:Please post any updates I may have missed.
How can there not be a separate thread here for Christmas at the Palace?! It was an "ice skating" movie! Young princess wants to learn to skate to put on a Christmas pageant for her dad, the king, so two female skaters go to London to organize the pageant and teach the girl to skate (supposedly). But their lifelong dream is to own their own rink in New Jersey, and they fly back to NJ from London to outbid a business man to buy the Trenton NJ Ice Arena. And one goes back to London to marry the king and decides she wants to perform in a year-round ice show there, and the other (ditzier) one is going to stay in NJ and own an ice rink with the help of her boyfriend, a former palace employee. There is a little bit of recital-level skating in the movie. The dumbest part is buying the ice rink with their meager savings and the idea that the young skating instructor, well, never mind.New/Returning Shows for the week Sunday November 18/2018 - Saturday November 24/2018: https://www.cinemablend.com/televis...re-schedule-dates-for-new-and-returning-shows
Sunday, November 18
9 p.m. - MY BRILLIANT FRIEND - HBO
Monday, November 19
9 p.m. - THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL - AMC
9 p.m. - MY BRILLIANT FRIEND - HBO (Time Slot Premiere)
Wednesday, November 21
8 p.m. - CHRISTMAS AT THE PALACE (TV Movie) - Hallmark
8 p.m. - Religion of Sports Season 3 - Audience Network
9 p.m. - QUEEN AMERICA - Facebook Watch
10 p.m. - A CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENT (TV Movie) - Lifetime
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Is whatever Randall is running for a paid job anyway? Making enough to take care of five people? The city councilman that lives down the street has a full time job elsewhere. The flash forwards are so far forward, I am sure Beth's neediness and bitterness will cause plenty of other things to drive them apart over the years.This Is Us .... its a little unbelievable that this is the catalyst that drives Beth and Randall apart (if, in fact, that is what the flash-forwards are implying) just because he didn't drop out of this election? Not buying it. And maybe I need to watch it back, but the impression I got was Beth demanding Randall had to drop out of this election and be with her 24/7 because their kid may or may not be gay so she needs him there 24/7. Seriously? Maybe I need to watch it back, but that's what I came away with. You know, the man does need to have a like ... j-o-b. They may be financially stable for a while, but not for a lifetime and both of them are currently unemployed and will eventually need to start bring in $$$$$ to pay for that big azz house and cars and college for 3 kids yada yada yada. Would she demand he quit his job if he was working at his normal job right now? I just find that whole ending and him not dropping out of the election ridiculous that this drives them to divorce.
The ending with Nicky was intriguing since that guy said Nicky was not listed at the memorial. At first I thought the explosion was Nicky getting killed, then we see him in that house and that envelope has a PA address. Then I thought maybe he staged it so he could go AWOL from his post. But he couldn't be living under his own name in PA if he went AWOL ... but of course that could have been before he left for the war ...... man when does the show come back again? I hate these long breaks in my TV shows!!!!
Tonight's episode of the Great Christmas Light Fight will be in the Dayton area at Clifton Mill. I guess they aren't just doing houses this year, but specific city-type displays too. Over the years, I've been to Clifton Mill in below 0 weather, in the snow and when it was still 60* after dark! (We went to Young's Dairy and ate ice cream outside. I said that must be what it's like to have Christmas in California.) t.v. will not do it justice. I hope they show the little train village too.Monday, December 3
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Clifton Mill won! They showed the miniature village. I remember the drive-in! And we wondered who goes to the drive-in in the snow! They also had a lighted carnival in the town, with a moving ferris wheel and merry-go-round. Anyway, it was all just mesmerizing in person.Tonight's episode of the Great Christmas Light Fight will be in the Dayton area at Clifton Mill. I guess they aren't just doing houses this year, but specific city-type displays too. Over the years, I've been to Clifton Mill in below 0 weather, in the snow and when it was still 60* after dark! (We went to Young's Dairy and ate ice cream outside. I said that must be what it's like to have Christmas in California.) t.v. will not do it justice. I hope they show the little train village too.
I'm watching the latest episode now, and literally was paying so little attention that I went and took a shower, and I don't feel like I've missed anything. The lead characters have zero chemistry, and the dialogue feels forced. Plus the character who's decided for death over cancer treatment story line is really grating on me. You know she's eventually going to go and get treatment for her disease and the fact that they're focusing the show on that and not the mystery around the suicide of one of the main characters is frustrating.Six weeks later, and the ultra-slow burn of A Million Little Things is starting to really wear on me, and I may have to abandon ship -- the current timeline stories are intriguing but the over-arching "Why did John commit suicide?" question that should be the lynch-pin of the show really has just gone NOWHERE -- except we now know Ashley is in touch with some shady person(s) dealing in money that should be part of the company -- but we STILL have no idea WHY AND/OR IF it's related to why John committed suicide -- you gotta give us MORE than that, writers