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  • Terriers are tomorrow night; last group.  For the herding fans, the odds are on the German Shepard winning it all tomorrow night.  Sentimental favorite won the hound group, Pat Trotter who has been running around with those elk hounds since the earl…
  • A great documentary on Net Flix about Hollywood costume designer Orrey Kelly.
  • Jan said: JeanneM said: Karen_Belgrad said: JeanneM said: MartyBellerMask said: An elementary school friend taught me, "Never Eat Soggy Wheaties". I still use it to figure out directions. I slept with a s…
  • JeanneM said: Karen_Belgrad said: JeanneM said: MartyBellerMask said: An elementary school friend taught me, "Never Eat Soggy Wheaties". I still use it to figure out directions. I slept with a stuffed animal prett…
  • In the 70's as my mom would be driving our Harvest motor home, home from a dog show; I would pour her a glass of red wine...
  • I loved how Sansa's expression during the dinner was almost "Please; this is amature hour compared to the things I saw in Kings Landing."
  • My favorite moment in the movie 2012, was when John Cusak was taking his kids in a limo from LA to Yellow Stone Park.  At first I thought, "Oh, he meant to say Yosemite, and no one caught that."   And obviously other audience members thought that.  …
    in San Andreas Comment by Jan May 2015
  • I'm on the opposite; I can hardly wait; it looks so perfectly over the top that I will probably be there opening day.  I especially live the shot of the woman yelling "duck!" as a giant building comes towards her.  Yes, ducking will save you in that…
    in San Andreas Comment by Jan May 2015
  • I thought the worst part of the potato challenge was the couple who decided it was okay to spit on the potatoes to figure out the color.  I'm sure that woman was thrilled to be able to dump out their potatoes and have them start over.
    in Amazing Race Comment by Jan May 2015
  • Pennymac said: Oh, the 6 Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman...I LOVED that show--I caught some of it about a month ago on ME-TV and was re-infatuated. God, those leisure suits didn't stand the test of time, did they? I wanted to have Jamie…
  • The Monkees...any time, any where, any place...The Monkees
  • I didn't even know there was more than one; this one has the title of "Saint Laurant."  I seem to recall a bio about him; based on the auction of his estate by former partner; a documentary I believe.  This new one ran as a preview when I saw "Effie…
  • Hstrylvr said: I love documentaries.  History and show business ones really get me.   One of my favorites is MGM: When the Lion Roared.  A great history about the studio from it's inception to the sad end.  Scenes of them auctioning off vario…
  • I love how nothing there seems to match, if you are driving the car right behind them; the dogs won't fit.  Also, you would probably better dressed; but the dogs still wouldn't fit.  And I agree, the posture also does not match the idea of the cars …
  • Grey Gardens (Of course every BK has seen Grey Gardens!)  For music fans there is a great one about the Cowsills, they were the family that the Partridge Family tv show is based on.  Also there is one about Paul Williams, a huge staple of 70's cultu…
  • DeDe said: Whatever happened to Starsky and Hutch?   Paul Michael Glaser was in Something's Gotta Give a while back as Diane Keaton's ex-husband and more recently in Ray Donovan ... but what about David Soul? Here's Paul as he looks…
  • JeanneM said: She's been doing a lot of TV lately. She was on The Newsroom in season 2 & 3, and she was on How to Get Away With Murder this year. And she was a regular on the awesome and unfairly cancelled Trophy Wife last year. I LO…
  • I wish I could figure out how to post photos, but I did just spend over 3 hours with my skye terrier Billy; getting him ready for a dog show this Friday.  I spent the time pretending he was a project on "Face Off."  Like he was a wig project that I …
  • I love the show, and a few months ago was able to see the live touring show.  It was great fun.  A few seasons ago, I think it was Val, who had the now famous Zendaya as a partner.  She was under 18, and he did a brilliant job with her choreography. 
    in DWTS Comment by Jan March 2015
  • I think it's more based on being at the end of a lot of press appearances the entire week before the show starts.   And here is a komodor fact, it actually has the same coat texture as a poodle.  A few brave souls that show poodles do occasionally h…
  • AzaleaP said: Jan, are there rules that state female handlers and judges must wear skirts? Seems like pants would be much more practical. There really aren't any rules per say; especially for the judges.  I would say that at pretty much…
  • Endora88 said: I'm watching!  I used to always root for the Husky because we had a Husky.  Now we have a mixed breed (no clue what she is, other than probably some Golden Retriever), so I root for the breeds of my dog walking clients.  …
  • SamH4Prez said: Loved it when the one dog jumped into the box during its little prance. I may have even taken a bad video of the TV. Thank you for responding; yes the toy breeds do seem to have big personalities, and that was very fun…
  • Lhasas are great, they have such smart personalities.  Yes, it can be funny with the clothing.  It can come down to what will travel well on a plane.  Plus, the idea that if you show a dark dog you wear light colored clothing, or vice versa. One yea…
  • PastryGoddess said: Hound and Working Group Lover here. DVRing to watcth later Thanks for responding, the hound group was great last night; I really loved the grey hound and thought it may get something in the group.  Also, the saluk…
  • Anna_P said: YES. I'm PVR-ing it, can't wait to see my favourite group: the working group. Bernese Mountain Dogs and Newfoundlands, SQUEE!!! Thanks for responding, the working group is tonight; go Berners and Newfies!
  • KinoEye said: I'm glad you posted this! I come from a long line of dog lovers and when I was growing up, I'd watch the Westminster with my parents every year. We always liked to root for the bigger breeds that never win, like the Irish Wolfhoun…
  • One that I forgot and is really great is "Freaks and Geeks."  The choices of people doing the commentary is really interesting.  One episode has a few of the young actor's parents doing the commentary.  Another one was initially banned by the networ…
  • One that I found surprisingly good is for the musical "Jesus Christ Superstar."  The director and the star have some really interesting stories about the filming and the technology that existed in 1974 for shooting a musical outside.  And for flat o…
  • ccinnc said: Adding (how could I forget??): Amadeus Ruthless People Dangerous Liaisons @Jan, I'm crazy about Grand Budapest Hotel. (Ralph Fiennes may have a bit to do with that.) I think Wes Anderson is an acquired taste. Having said that, I …