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Post by agnerka81 on Tue Jan 26, 2010 9:14 am

Hah I'm watching Castle tonight and Epp's wife and April (Sweets girlfriend who worked with fish) are both in it!

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Post by THX1138 on Tue Jan 26, 2010 9:29 am

LOL! I didn't catch Epps wife, but I saw Sweets ex-gf.

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Post by Meegs82 on Tue Jan 26, 2010 10:30 am

THX1138 wrote:LOL! I didn't catch Epps wife, but I saw Sweets ex-gf.

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THANK YOU! I was like "who is that? I have totally seen her before." It was gonna drive me crazy. Yes, crazy fish girl. And I noticed Epps' wife too! Bones people are all over other TV shows.

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Post by i_heart_bones on Tue Jan 26, 2010 5:30 pm

Thank god its not just me that notices it. Every other tv show i watch bones extras are always popping up!

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Post by RGPageantqueen on Wed Jan 27, 2010 8:15 pm

agnerka81 wrote:Hah I'm watching Castle tonight and Epp's wife and April (Sweets girlfriend who worked with fish) are both in it!
oh yeah Castle doesn't want to be like Bones... hahaha. JK. I won't watch that show, I'll feel dirty, lol. My sister watches it though, I'm surprised she didn't see them or mention them, she watches Bones too. =\

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Post by THX1138 on Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:20 pm

RGPageantqueen wrote:
agnerka81 wrote:Hah I'm watching Castle tonight and Epp's wife and April (Sweets girlfriend who worked with fish) are both in it!
oh yeah Castle doesn't want to be like Bones... hahaha. JK. I won't watch that show, I'll feel dirty, lol. My sister watches it though, I'm surprised she didn't see them or mention them, she watches Bones too. =\
You should give it a shot El. I was initially hesitant to watch it myself but I'm a fan of Nathan Fillian's and once I got a few episodes under my belt I had to admit it's got a good crew, it's well acted and well written...the best way I can describe it is, it's sort of like Murder, She Wrote only without the Geritol commercials, frequent references to Cabbot Cove, and improbably high body count.

Speaking of MSW, anyone else think that Jessica Fletcher was really a serial killer? I mean, everywhere she went dead bodies show up - what are the odds that it was really someone else every time? Seriously, the chances of her just happening to show up right as someone gets offed are so astronomical it'd be like getting mauled by a lion in the monkey cage at the zoo the same day you won the lottery. Not sure exactly what those are but, pretty out there.


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Post by ToZiKa on Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:26 pm

I love Castle......I really didn't want to get into yet another tv-show, but Sany got me hooked......and it's really not that similar to Bones.
I mean the initial police needs help story is the same of course, but from there it goes into totally different directions.

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Post by DBCrazy on Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:34 pm

THX1138 wrote:Speaking of MSW, anyone else think that Jessica Fletcher was really a serial killer? I mean, everywhere she went dead bodies show up - what are the odds that it was really someone else every time? Seriously, the chances of her just happening to show up right as someone gets offed are so astronomical it'd be like getting mauled by a lion in the monkey cage at the zoo the same day you won the lottery. Not sure exactly what those are but, pretty out there.


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This was a show that I'd end up watching when I was visiting my grandma or my aunt. They both just loved it! It was interesting in its Geritol kind of way. But you hit the nail on the head, Rob. The one thing I remember thinking about that show is "How in the world does she end up at the murder scene all the time?!" I never did put two and two together to realize she was a serial killer though!! Laughing

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Re: Castle and bones extras

Post by THX1138 on Wed Jan 27, 2010 11:18 pm

DBCrazy wrote:
THX1138 wrote:Speaking of MSW, anyone else think that Jessica Fletcher was really a serial killer? I mean, everywhere she went dead bodies show up - what are the odds that it was really someone else every time? Seriously, the chances of her just happening to show up right as someone gets offed are so astronomical it'd be like getting mauled by a lion in the monkey cage at the zoo the same day you won the lottery. Not sure exactly what those are but, pretty out there.


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This was a show that I'd end up watching when I was visiting my grandma or my aunt. They both just loved it! It was interesting in its Geritol kind of way. But you hit the nail on the head, Rob. The one thing I remember thinking about that show is "How in the world does she end up at the murder scene all the time?!" I never did put two and two together to realize she was a serial killer though!! Laughing
Heh, tell me about it - my folks love that show (it's on Hallmark) and I can't help thinking that any really on-the-ball LEO could close like a hundred open cases by just arresting her. The sheer improbabability that she could show up at murder scene after murder scene and NOT be involved...I mean, wouldn't would be killers just start checking the papers for her book signings and decide, nah, can't kill Jimbob this weekend, Jessica Fletcher is gonna be in town... Rolling Eyes

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Post by G on Thu Jan 28, 2010 6:05 am

^ That made me giggle. The original Dexter. heeheehee.

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Post by Meegs82 on Thu Jan 28, 2010 8:38 am

THX1138 wrote:
DBCrazy wrote:
THX1138 wrote:Speaking of MSW, anyone else think that Jessica Fletcher was really a serial killer? I mean, everywhere she went dead bodies show up - what are the odds that it was really someone else every time? Seriously, the chances of her just happening to show up right as someone gets offed are so astronomical it'd be like getting mauled by a lion in the monkey cage at the zoo the same day you won the lottery. Not sure exactly what those are but, pretty out there.


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This was a show that I'd end up watching when I was visiting my grandma or my aunt. They both just loved it! It was interesting in its Geritol kind of way. But you hit the nail on the head, Rob. The one thing I remember thinking about that show is "How in the world does she end up at the murder scene all the time?!" I never did put two and two together to realize she was a serial killer though!! Laughing
Heh, tell me about it - my folks love that show (it's on Hallmark) and I can't help thinking that any really on-the-ball LEO could close like a hundred open cases by just arresting her. The sheer improbabability that she could show up at murder scene after murder scene and NOT be involved...I mean, wouldn't would be killers just start checking the papers for her book signings and decide, nah, can't kill Jimbob this weekend, Jessica Fletcher is gonna be in town... Rolling Eyes

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