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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Mahlon, Jan 13, 2005.
I just wish I could learn not to make such stupid mistakes in public!
My fault, for saying "here"...meaning the title, not in the thread itself.
Well, this isn't Happy Hour, but TV Talk, so that really wouldn't be applicable.
We believed we had an "Amazing Race" contestant (or his wife, or both) in that season's threads, defending him.
No proof, but it was widely believed.
Was she pregnant during the 2004 season? I just saw the first ep from S7 and was surprised at how much bigger she looked.
Not judging, just an observation.
Paging a Mr. pmyers...please pick up the orange courtesy phone...
*chuckle* I got the alert Sunday afternoon and it made my night!
To answer your question, 2004 was when she gained 80 pounds during the birth of her daughter.
Jesus! How long was she in labor?!?
I see. There was an ep from that season that felt very awkward. She was all over Kevin for being so fat.
I realize that her weight gain was due to pregnancy, but it looked a severe case of "pot, meet kettle."
She was eating for two. She and Kevin.
Much written about weight gain due to her pregnancy but I just watched an episode that aired mid-Oct 2003, which would have been shot at least a month earlier. At that time she might have been a week pregnant but looked much bigger than she looked in her hot years 98-02. Fact is a good part of the 85 lb weight gain occurred prior to her pregnancy. I'm a big fan of the show, at least prior to 2004.
Guy calling himself "Crack head mayor" joins the board just to resurrect a three year old thread about how fat Leah Remini was 15 years ago.
I love the internet.
Where's @pmyers when you need him?
I'm imagining a different rendition of Les Mis
"Monsieur le maire, you'll wear a different chain...."
/furious smoking noises, keyboard clicks in the distance/
Maybe "Crack head mayor" is a scientology internet attack guy. Leah Rimini said those scientologist are like that. Maybe she was right.
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