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Commercial satellites aren't the only satellites that need to get up there.
You can't put as big a satellite up there with a rocket.
She was playing the part of the Robinson Crusoe type guy. It wasn't much of a stretch that she was going to be stranded on the beach by herself.
They didn't put it into service. They just set it out on the dock so Dexter would be able to find it when he needed it. :)
They don't have to address it at all in the context of the show because the issue hasn't come up in the context of the show.
A while back my kids' computer needed a monitor. My wife suggested I look at Goodwill. I didn't have much hope that I would find anything...
I always wondered why that Seinfeld show disappeared after the pilot. Now that you've explained it, it makes total sense.
Plus it was buried in sand. It doesn't take long for the top layer of sand to dry out and look unmolested.
I agree. Chrissy from Three's Company was a total ditz. Penny is nowhere close to that.
I was wondering about this too.
I thought it was intentional in this instance, too.
Thanks. I only got it because I knew what she did. If I had passed her on the street, I would've had no clue how it was supposed to be read.
I'm not sure how to read this. Is it supposed to be forens-chick?
Best. Survivor moment. Evar.
"This isn't the idol."
"It's just a stick!"
"I know. It's got a face."
I laughed 'til my stomach hurt.
Sue Hawk also quit All Stars.
They weren't holding her up. The poles were sitting on the bottom. They were just balancing them.
I think this is exactly right. Unfortunately for Chet, it happened on the same episode where Jonathon actually had no choice but to leave. You...
That translates to "Parvati didn't give me the time of day. Amanda showed some interest in me."
It's generally only used when the weather requires it. Landing is the fun part. Pilots like to do it themselves.