I doubt it. The author she was dating even admitted that he gave them the story. Now, someone else might have been responsible for getting the ball rolling, but he spilled the beans when asked. And he even admitted to Lisa that he figured as long as they were running a story he'd get his book mentioned.Turtleboy said:Oh, and who thinks that the producers of the show (or someone else close to her) planted the story in Page 6 themselves.
I picked up on that as well.Turtleboy said:Episode #2:
I've never been to LAX, but I've been to Reagan National Airport in Washington DC dozens of times.
Her "Airtroduction" was in Reagan in DC, and not in LAX. So that was no six hour flight, but a 45 min to one hour flight.
What's up with that?
What did they say LAX? Why was she in DC?
They replay constantly during the week you can catch one of those.Graymalkin said:I'm still watching, although I'm now recording the Monday showing because "Big Love" will be taking its place on Sunday night.
That was a kiss, all right. Somehow, though, I think it's going to get complicated from there. Ya think?
yup. And Lisa's sister and friend picked up on it too at that party. Of course, I have to wonder if there was any encouragement by the producers for him to make that move like he did. It certainly made for good TV, not to mention what appeared to be a nice time for both of them.ClayMan said:I could tell throughout the season that her college friend was all about her. It was obvious he was a bit jealous of her dates and deep down wants her (and probably has for a long time).
I really never expected this show to be an ongoing series that would have multiple seasons. Maybe it will all be conveniently timed so some guy proposes to her in the last episode.retrodog said:I've been watching and find the show moderately entertaining. Parts of it very funny and other parts just too real, especially when you can see the other gals sabotaging her with little negative remarks about the guys.
The only problem that I have with this show is that the very nature of it is preposterous, or at least contradictory in nature. She's looking for a husband. As soon as she finds one, the show is over. Something tells me that she will conveniently not find the "right guy".
I'm thinking Michael just froze at the end, because the cameras were on him. It looked like he came to his senses when he turned up after her concert. You never did get a sense for how long they'd been dating. Could have been a week, could have months.TIVOSciolist said:Do guys really act that stupidly?
I don't recall if he said the name of the TV show in Los Angeles where he was going to be a "recurring character."kar74 said:I'm so glad Lisa didn't go back to LA with her boyfriend. I'm confused with how they left it, though...are they dating long distance or are they separated?