yeah definitely noticed the "toddler" thing too.. but I think her "explaining" the categories is mildly amusing.. hey, if they sped the whole thing up and added more questions, that'd be even better, but if they've got to fill time with something, that repeated joke isn't too bad IMO.A six-year-old about to turn seven is not a toddler.
I wish they had quit trying to explain categories that had names that didn't need to be explained. That joke was pointless the first time and has been repeated every week.
It definitely won't be on next week because I checked and ABC has a celebration of Norman Lear's 100th birthday.Out of all episodes shown they only picked the car twice, and in at least one of those the kid picked up on clues from the family loudly gasping when the car was revealed as an option.
I believe there is a missing episode out there somewhere. I don't know if it will air next week or if it will/has show/n up on Hulu.
What about "Press Your Luck"?It's not on Hulu. They go straight from s1e8 to s1e10. It might be one of those things where they'll wait to see if they're renewed for next summer and if so they'll hold on to it for then. If they get cancelled they might dump it on Hulu or show it on ABC at some odd time for filler. I'd say keep your OnePass active.
Yeah, I have lots of old ones that I should delete. How do I know? I found out that the UI has a 1000 item limit... it seems to know about more than that, but only shows you up to 1000...I'd say keep your OnePass active.
Adult Adam (Patton Oswalt) had been telling us his father died. It turns out he lived a lot longer than we were supposedly being told, but with the actor deciding he didn't want to do the show any more, they killed him off.Last night's mystery celebrity was someone the kids would likely have known. In fact, one of the kids said "The Goldbergs" was her favorite show. So she probably knew the man. True, he hasn't been a major character up until this past season, and even then he wasn't on that much, but once the kids lost one grandfather when the actor died, they needed someone to replace him. So this season the old grouch started becoming nicer and hanging out with the kids more.
I was surprised "Superior Donuts" wasn't mentioned. It was a superior show that didn't get enough of a chance. But if it had, who would Dan Conner have married?
I had forgotten about "Dear John". I forget whether it was considered a good show but I didn't like it.
I thought "Wheel" was on Sundays though.it is a NEW ep of celebrity wheel though.. (though I prob will nuke my OP.. realized I really don't like Wheel all that much)