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    Re: 2/14 Show Discussion Thread **Spoilers**

    I just finished rewatching this episode and enjoyed it better the second time around.

    I had forgotten that Caite said "Danke" to the housepainter after he gave them the clue.
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    Re: 2/14 Show Discussion Thread **Spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by veejer;3832486;
    I just finished rewatching this episode and enjoyed it better the second time around.

    I had forgotten that Caite said "Danke" to the housepainter after he gave them the clue.
    And I believe she said it with a straight face, too.

    I guess the Chile resembles the Germany a lot.
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    Re: 2/14 Show Discussion Thread **Spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by captain;3832110;
    I personally do not want TAR to become a sequel to BB this season. I quit watching BB several seasons ago for a reason.
    Two totally different shows...I don't know how it could possibly become the sequel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by norealityhere;3832496;
    And I believe she said it with a straight face, too.

    I guess the Chile resembles the Germany a lot.
    Hey, a lot of Germans moved to Chile both before and after WWII! Seriously, there are even towns with German names.

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    Re: 2/14 Show Discussion Thread **Spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by JustJuls;3832614;
    Two totally different shows...I don't know how it could possibly become the sequel.
    2nd time for a cross over and it seemed to me that the entire forum for this show was about the BB couple. I guess I was not specific enough, was just generalizing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PWS;3834090;
    Hey, a lot of Germans moved to Chile both before and after WWII! Seriously, there are even towns with German names.
    I trust you all noted the German settlement in the 2/21 episode! Complete with kuchen!

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    Re: 2/14 Show Discussion Thread **Spoilers**

    What's with casting so many semi-famous or already well-to-do people? I liked the show when it was all generally unknown simple, citizens and not known "names." I don't need this sort of cast "seeding" to keep watching. Actually, it somewhat turns me off.

    And dang if this isn't the most clueless cast yet. I can't believe some of the mistakes made, the lack of knowledge, etc.

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    Re: 2/14 Show Discussion Thread **Spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by Fierce Critter;3841421;
    What's with casting so many semi-famous or already well-to-do people? I liked the show when it was all generally unknown simple, citizens and not known "names." I don't need this sort of cast "seeding" to keep watching. Actually, it somewhat turns me off.

    And dang if this isn't the most clueless cast yet. I can't believe some of the mistakes made, the lack of knowledge, etc.
    I agree that it was better without the stunt casting, although I did love the two Harlem Globetrotters last year.

    As far as the clueless level is concerned, I can't help but recall how many from last season could not recognize Jackie Kennedy and did not know Franz Kafka.
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