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    Moderator Venerated Elder TransWarpDrive's Avatar
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    Last night I watched Two to Tutor again. It's one of my favorite Season 2 eps because it shows Kim's humanity as she proves that she can't cook (breaking all those 60s-era stereotypes about girls being good at Home Ec!); and it's always a pleasure to hear a voice performance by the late, great Ricardo Montalban.

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    I watch pieces of multiple episodes in my head every day. THey just pop up in there. Its like a radio scanner flipping through channels all day long. Is that ****ed up or what?

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    Not necessarily. I do something like that a lot myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeriddian View Post
    Not necessarily. I do something like that a lot myself.
    Same here, though it could be snippets of anything, really.

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    Watching "So the Drama" on my comp right now to keep me up 'till Midnight... if I unintentionally timed it right, the climax will be near midnight, lol
    Otherwise, I've recently rewatched a lotta epis; TV tropes may ruin my life, but it can get good old style fan going again after a while of forgeting

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransWarpDrive View Post
    Last night I watched Two to Tutor again. It's one of my favorite Season 2 eps because it shows Kim's humanity as she proves that she can't cook (breaking all those 60s-era stereotypes about girls being good at Home Ec!); and it's always a pleasure to hear a voice performance by the late, great Ricardo Montalban.
    Well, back in my junior high school days (which were in the 60's ... at least, I think they were ), home ec was a required class for all girls. The boys were banished to shop class, where I earned a gentleman's "C" (basically, I emerged unmaimed, if no wiser for the experience).

    My DVR is maintaining its 24/7 vigil, searching the airwaves for any sign of Kimmie. The Search for Intelligent Life at Disney project continues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dave View Post
    The Search for Intelligent Life at Disney project continues.
    Yeah, good luck with THAT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dave View Post
    ...The boys were banished to shop class, where I earned a gentleman's "C" (basically, I emerged unmaimed, if no wiser for the experience).
    Yeah, that about sums up my experiences in junior high shop class, too. And the gender separation (boys to shop; girls taking Home Ec) mostly continued even in the early 70's when I attended.

    Getting back on-topic:
    Last night I watched "Gorilla Fist" on my "So the Drama" DVD before going to bed.
    Even though they're small, the stereo speakers I have on my computer really pick up background noises on the disc's soundtrack. If you listen closely during the scene in the hallway where Kim and Monique first meet Yori, you can hear the occasional metallic "thud" of a locker door being closed in the background. Likewise, the chirping of the crickets during the jungle scenes really stands out. Those examples show how the KP Krew paid close attention to detail when they made these episodes.

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    Getting ready to find the Christmas episode. I wanted to watch in on christmas day but, ended up watching dispicable me twice that nite.

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    I'm watching "Grudge Match" in iTunes. It reminds me how much I like the voice Nika Futterman does for Zita.

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