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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Beryl, May 18, 2020.
Wow...I even looked again this morning and didn't see it. How far in?
Gotta quit multitasking...
07:45 to 09:20 on my recording. I only cringed when he didn't wash and disinfect it afterwards...
Yeah she even wiggles it around like an eyeball in her mouth. Super creepy. Agreed, I was watching specifically to see if he washed it after before putting it back in. It wasn't clear but it sure didn't look like he even wiped it with anything.
She didn't wipe it down before putting it in her mouth either. I wonder what the director's explanation for that scene is.
It establishes her as a master manipulator with the ability to control others to get what she wants.
It establishes her as nasty, too.
So she should call us MISS Jackson?
Only during panic at the disco.
Finally found it...don't know how I missed that.
Eye have no clue...
Do you have a depraved daughter and two glass eyes?
That was one wild scene!!
I see what you did there.
Check with Layton he might be able to help.
Snowpiercer Fun Fact:
Roche the brakeman and Lilah Folger, the rich mom, are brother and sister in real life. Mike and Kerry OMalley, from here in little old Nashua, NH.
While we've never met Mike or Kerry, we are very good friends with their parents, Tony and Maryanne.
Mike O'Malley - IMDb
Kerry O'Malley - IMDb
At her last bookIbook club meeting, I had my wife ask Maryanne to ask Mike, a real insider, the burning question:
Would a revolt from the tail of this 5 mile long train need to be staged single file thru every one of the 1000 cars? Or, are there bypass/travel lanes?
Maryanne replied, it's only fantasy. She added, Mike and Kerry very rarely worked in the same location at the same time, even when they seemed to be the same storyline/episode. They had a great time filming this show and made note of the very talented young girl playing Kerry's daughter.
I was hoping for more of a scoop, but was fun to ask.
I'm pretty sure I'm not a prude but I can't help wondering why this show thinks it needs sex scenes. It seems like it should almost be a family type show (with older children, of course) but then they throw in extended scenes of people doing the nasty seemingly to prove that they're serious directors. Other than that, I like this show more with every episode.
I was kind of p.o.'d that during the celebrations Boki pretended like he actually did something.
I watched with closed captions and was surprised that when Mr. Wilford was referenced in the third person it was capitalized as a god-like "He".
Annalise Basso, who's been around for quite a while (looks like she started acting when she was about 10 years old).
Wow! She has a lot of screen credits for someone her age.
Child actors who can actually, y'know, ACT, tend to be in pretty high demand...