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28th Nov '15 11:42:13 AM nombretomado
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5th Sep '15 8:35:52 PM ambiguousCase
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* In the season six episode "My Friend With Money," Elliott talks seriously about getting new hardwood floors installed in her....apartment. Which she presumably rents. Which means she wouldn't be able to make any major changes to it, since most landlords don't allow such permanent changes to the building; heck, a lot of apartment landlords don't even let you paint the walls a new color. Did the writers just completely forget this major aspect of renting property?
18th Jun '15 9:45:20 PM doornik1142
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** Also, we only saw Cabbage get the disease on one of his hands. If he washed his hands shortly afterward there would be no problem. Mrs. Willick, however, got it on her hands and then on her ''face''. From there it probably entered her body through one of her mucus membranes, and then it was too late.
14th Jun '15 12:53:23 PM CrypticMirror
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13th Jun '15 2:42:53 PM Number1PixarFan
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*In one episode, it's revealed that for three years JD's parents called him "Joanna" because they had been expecting a girl. I'm sure it was just a one-time joke but this still bothers me: how the heck did it take them so long to get from Joanna to ''John'', one of the most common boys' names in the country?
30th May '15 9:06:53 PM OmegaNemesis13
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*** The biggest problem is that Kim was about the only character who admitted J.D. was in the right about this. And she mentioned that she didn't expect him to forgive her, she only asked if there was a possibility that he would. Sure, not exactly . It was the other characters who decided that J.D. was in the wrong when Kim was getting overly emotional about what she knew was her own fault. But the writers and thus the other characters seem to have had it out for J.D. and thus that's why everyone is pushing him to forgive her even though she's the one telling him he has every right to be mad at and not want to get back together with her. Her switching gears in Season 7 due to the powers of plot convenience is far less excusable, though. When the character who everyone is defending is also the one pointing out that she did something horrible to their friend, you know someone didn't think through this script.
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*** The biggest problem is that Kim was about the only character who admitted J.D. was in the right about this. And she mentioned that she didn't expect him to forgive her, she only asked if there was a possibility that he would. Sure, not exactly .exactly the best question to pose on the guy who you lied to, but still far better far better than what J.D.'s so called "friends" were guilt tripping him into doing. It was the other characters who decided that J.D. was in the wrong when Kim was getting overly emotional about what she knew was her own fault. But the writers and thus the other characters seem to have had it out for J.D. and thus that's why everyone is pushing him to forgive her even though she's the one telling him he has every right to be mad at and not want to get back together with her. Her switching gears in Season 7 due to the powers of plot convenience is far less excusable, though. When the character who everyone is defending is also the one pointing out that she did something horrible to their friend, you know someone didn't think through this script.
30th May '15 9:03:07 PM OmegaNemesis13
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*** The biggest problem is that Kim was about the only character who admitted J.D. was in the right about this. And she mentioned that she didn't expect him to forgive her, she only asked if there was a possibility that he would. Sure, not exactly . It was the other characters who decided that J.D. was in the wrong when Kim was getting overly emotional about what she knew was her own fault. But the writers and thus the other characters seem to have had it out for J.D. and thus that's why everyone is pushing him to forgive her even though she's the one telling him he has every right to be mad at and not want to get back together with her. Her switching gears in Season 7 due to the powers of plot convenience is far less excusable, though. When the character who everyone is defending is also the one pointing out that she did something horrible to their friend, you know someone didn't think through this script.
30th May '15 8:41:49 PM OmegaNemesis13
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**** They WERE intended to not be friends. The creators wanted to do something different than have the lead character and the main female character get together. They only got together because fans wouldn't let it go and the writers of season 6 ruined J.D.'s only other major relationship for the sake of some melodrama.
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**** They WERE intended to not just be friends. The creators wanted to do something different than have the lead character and the main female character get together. They only got together because fans wouldn't let it go and the writers of season 6 ruined J.D.'s only other major relationship for the sake of some melodrama.
30th May '15 8:35:47 PM OmegaNemesis13
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**** They WERE intended to not be friends. The creators wanted to do something different than have the lead character and the main female character get together. They only got together because fans wouldn't let it go and the writers of season 6 ruined J.D.'s only other major relationship for the sake of some melodrama.
30th May '15 8:30:54 PM OmegaNemesis13
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*** J.D. moved out after Turk and Carla had been married for a year. So no, she was not just Turk's girlfriend when she kicked J.D. out.
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