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    Now that I'm watching ATL, the RHDC look mighty good... except Mike, that is. I re-watched part of the reunion show today, and Mike now looks to me like a slimy worm, not just an ingrate grifter, but really creepy. I'd want to slug her if she called me "love". Yeccchhhh !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by elleprn;4091232;
    tvaholic: They probably found each other at the Redskins Cheerleader Camp.................


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    You know what REALLY creeps me out? Tareq's high voice! EVERYTHING about the man makes my skin crawl but his voice is like some villain from some suspense movie! He should have been an actor!

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    At the store bought "Grape Stomp" episode, when Tareq attacked Mary's daughter; I know he was ripped. However was it my imagination or did he really say that this was a "vewy, vewy sewious" situation? I've watched the scene a few times and he sounded a bit "Fudd like".

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    Quote Originally Posted by elleprn;4093092;
    At the store bought "Grape Stomp" episode, when Tareq attacked Mary's daughter; I know he was ripped. However was it my imagination or did he really say that this was a "vewy, vewy sewious" situation? I've watched the scene a few times and he sounded a bit "Fudd like".
    Funny! Yes! He's Elmer Fudd!

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    One of things about the reunion show that really got me was the way Michaele looked when she starts to cry. I know that some people look really good when they cry and some of us look just awful but she looked weird. It was just the strangest change to her face.
    Not sure why that stuck in my mind but she sure did look odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedragonlady;4093301;
    One of things about the reunion show that really got me was the way Michaele looked when she starts to cry. I know that some people look really good when they cry and some of us look just awful but she looked weird. It was just the strangest change to her face.
    Not sure why that stuck in my mind but she sure did look odd.
    Maybe she looked "off" because it was a manufactured moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swissmiss150;4093409;
    Maybe she looked "off" because it was a manufactured moment.
    Exactly! the way she did it the EXACT same way each time made me think she probably practices it in the mirror.
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    Reminds me of Farrah on Teen Moms.
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    The actress Mary Tyler Moore had the greatest 'cry' when she was on TV. She used to practice it to get it just right. Maybe Mrs. Salahi should get some copies of the old show.

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