And what's all this stuff I'm hearing about Ryan, about something happened in the last 10 minutes when Ryan was announcing Top 2 and Winner? I don't remember anything odd happening and I already deleted it from my DVR. I mean it was awkward and weird (like the whole Live rounds have been), but nothing that struck me as unusual. But he wasn't on Kelly & Ryan this morning either and its not like he was just up late at After Parties or anything so ...…
I saw an interview that World of Dance finished their entire taping schedule the day before the whole shutdown thing started, so at least there should be no awful 'compete at home' issues with that show.
How is this new? I thought he was killed by her daughter in the parking lot and that was that?Dirty John needs to hurry up and air already because I'm tired of seeing those commercials a hundred times a day on literally every channel I watch since I've been working from home, LMAO
How is this new? I thought he was killed by her daughter in the parking lot and that was that?
I saw one last night. Something about a Betty? Why are they calling it Dirty John? That was his nickname. I watched that series and even the documentary style thing about it. I won't be watching the Betty one.I never watched the first one but this is a second story about a different murder. Just watch some cable TV one day and you'll see all the commercials you need to tell you about this show, LOL
...... And also ..... did some little prick really fckuing shoot their dog?
Speaking to BBC News in 2007, Charles said: "Our dog was kicked and punched by six youths and subsequently died.
"Our cat was shot with an air pistol."
This evening, he confirmed on Twitter that the cat, Buffy, survived the attack after an operation.
In 'Perry Mason' Reboot, Matthew Rhys Plays 'A Very Dark' Private Eye - https://www.npr.org/2020/06/20/8804...un-this-is-a-very-dark-take-says-matthew-rhysIf anyone checks out Perry Mason on HBO (USA) or Crave (Canada) I would appreciate a review. From the ads it looks like he is an investigator and not a lawyer. I also saw on IMDB that it's set in 1932 so a few decades before the iconic Raymond Burr TV series of the 60's.