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    Quote Originally Posted by V.C. Brunswick View Post
    Flea Market Flip
    -- In the episode I just saw these two airheads picked up a nice 1930s secretary desk at a flea market and decided to "de-grandma" it by painting it battleship gray and replacing the cabinet door mirrors with steel mesh.
    Thank you for the heads up as I can now avoid that as it would pain me to see that happen to a nice old piece of furniture.

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    You should have seen what someone else on the show did to a 1941 floor radio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V.C. Brunswick View Post
    You should have seen what someone else on the show did to a 1941 floor radio.
    Sometimes people do things like that to their stuff on "American Restoration" or to their cars on "Counting Cars" and it just pains me to see it.

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    Restoration Garage. They unveiled the 1935 Bugatti Aerolithe replica. Now if that doesn't get your motor running, look around you, there probably is a mortician standing over you!
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    I have now watched every episode of The Murdoch Mysteries I can without actually moving to Canada.
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    "Blackish" - The more I watch this show... the more its beginning to grow on me. Some topics (like teaching your children the value of work) hit home. Particularly with my 21 year old son still rattling around my house. It's hit or miss but with more hits than misses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horace Debussy Jones View Post
    I think it's a matter of TV time or perceived time, versus real time. All of these episodes really only add up to maybe a couple of years in real time. Lots of it spent at the farm and at the prison. So it does sort of make sense in that context. And the biters do seem to be getting riper over time.
    Agreed. Short seasons stretched out over however long AMC is jerking us around doesn't help with the flow of the story. Season 4 was 16 episodes and they do a mid season break. Just run the damn episodes! I'm a big boy and can watch 16 episodes..
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