Baseball Toaster was unplugged on February 4, 2009.
Such a rich show ... frankly, it's becoming kind of epic.
The killer line tonight was, "I don't like you this way." It informs so much of the show, including the way the characters feel about themselves. But there was so much else that was great.
Did you notice good ol' Ernie Douglas in this one?
So have we seen the last of Midge and the rest of her beatnik friends?
You could take two people to Paris on short notice for $2500 in 1960?
Heck, you could devote $2500 to a New York-to-Paris weekend today and not miss by too much.
I have one question. The hobo mark showing Don's dad is a dishonest man, it didn't seem like this hobo had enough time to make. Had it been there before and he hadn't seen it, or had he gone there for another reason, or had he done it earlier anticipating he wouldn't get the money?
I had the same questions about the mark.
4 - I've commented before. Liked it enough but decided not to make time to watch more of it. Struck me as a tighter, hipper Murder She Wrote.
The Dresden files (magic/crime) on Scifi is an interesting offbeat Private Investigator type of show. Hopefully, it is coming back this season.
The sex scenes are in a word...
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