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  1. Yeah, and as David said too, that reffing was eurgh. That yellow for Gomez especially was kind of bollocks.
  2. I understand why Klopp took Mane off, he was on a yellow and seemed ready to go all to get a goal or get another yellow. We probably need him more for the second leg. I love Divock too, but the right guy to have brought on then was Oxlade-Chamberlain, he's more suited to play on the left and he loves to cut in and use his right foot. Origi was frustrating me because there was a couple of times that he had a really decent opportunity to cross the ball in, but opted to pass it down every time. That 2 minute span where VVD just stayed up in Atletico's box waiting for someone to cross the ball in, and nobody really did (and when Trent finally did, I'm pretty sure it was a low cross), that nearly did my head in. Now AOC and Hendo might be injured, eurgh, sucks that I woke up at 4 in the morning for that.
  3. I don't think I've even voted for Game of Thrones since maybe season 4? It's been decent since, but there is just so much TV and Game of Thrones is the show that has a really good episode or two every season and mostly mediocrity for the rest of it.
  4. That number one and number two is perfect. Pretty sure I ranked them both that same way because even though I think Watchmen might be the best one-season TV show I’ve ever watched, the Good Place just has that magical place in my heart no other show can ever replace and this is the last year of eligibility for it.
  5. Diego Sanchez is fighting Michel Perreira this weekend because sometimes magic can happen.
  6. I wouldn’t have done a sequel either, that trilogy is pretty much as perfect as you can make one in my book, but my god I kinda’ loved it. They went a very different direction and the fact that they just added to Woody’s rich character was awesome. The only thing I was sort of sad about was how little the rest of the main cast had to do. Basically needed a lot more Buzz. I’m probably very biased when it comes to Toy Story, though, I watch the Halloween and Christmas episodes every year. I still haven’t seen Toy Story 3 since 2010 at the cinema because it was kind of perfect to me.
  7. That's certainly a hot take. I think it's something not everybody has liked, maybe, but I fucking loved her voice as it. Joan Cusack has a certain vulnerability in her voice that makes you want to root for her, IMO. It's why her character was one of my favorites on Shameless before it got too weird.
  8. That's the first time I looked up who Stephen Graham was. I was absolutely dumbfounded to find out he wasn't American.
  9. My favorite part of the Oscars was Idina Menzel's absolutely baffled look during Eminem's performance.
  10. I'm also three episodes into the Politician now, it's... not bad. It's a bit eurgh because portraying these kids treating this school election as the most important on god's green earth is a little too goofy for my liking, but it definitely has its moments. Kind of overly mean for my liking, but I like that it walks the line where no one is too good or too bad.
  11. AP Bio is good but I totally forgot about it after the first season ended. It's still going on? I wouldn't mind actually binging the 12 or 13 episodes season 2 probably has now. I also really like Perfect Harmony, anybody watch that? Really sad NBC cancelled Sunnyside. I also watched the first episode of Sex Education, does it get better? Episode 1 wasn't horrible, it just didn't really peak my interest, fully.
  12. Since I'm bored at work because I hate Mondays, here's who I want to win with maybe who I think will win in brackets or something: Best Picture: Little Women (1917) Best Director: Bong Joon-ho (Quentin Tarantino) Best Actress: Saoirse Ronan (Renee Zellweger) Best Actor: Adam Driver (Joaquin Phoenix) Best Supporting Actress: Florence Pugh (Laura Dern) Also Pitt just won but I'm actually fine with that, though I would have loved it if Tom Hanks won.
  13. Sandler had a fucking great speech, too.
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