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  1. Bought the new TV Friday, getting better performance from the "rabbit-ears" than I can remember ever getting before, and I've made a special effort to remember the episode airs tonight. I am ready for Supergirl.
  2. I was certainly prepared for the worst, this IS Supergirl, but seeing Cryer in the trailer? I'm intrigued by his take enough to give it a look.
  3. Yeah, my living room still smells like burnt rubber. Still, could've been worse, no damage except to a 15 year-old TV . . . and my leisure time viewing habits.
  4. Wish they had gone with Lanard. If Rampage showed anything, its that they had a better handle on these Kaiju projects. Oh well, maybe for Kong vs.
  5. Okay, that'll work. Gives me a couple days to sweat the rest of this crud out and schlep down to BestBuy for a new TV (and a surge protector).
  6. Just make sure and hold on to that resolve. Cause the second one of those figures brings in a massive profit, trust me, it will slip, and that's when those "going nowheres" start disappearing.
  7. Maybe it was being down with the flu for a week, maybe I was a little over-medicated, but I was ready to put my standards on hold for a little classic Superman vs. Luthor action. Then came the electrical short. No Superman, no Lex, no pretty blonde cheerleader. Just a 42", 300 dollar piece of modern art that smells like a burnt tire. It's now clear to me, the universe does not want me to watch Supergirl!
  8. Totally agree, but Mattel has never been one to put in that extra effort. I don't see that changing now that they've already lost the job.
  9. I get it. Getting rid of some of those old figures was HARD, my Sentinel, my Ketch Ghost Rider, my FF Boxed set (including clear Sue variant). They were all tough to say goodbye to, but part of having a living collection is giving up some stuff every once in a while. Personally, I'd love to be one of those guys on YouTube with a massive finished basement full of plexiglass display shelves lined with every toy I ever bought/was given, but I'm not that guy.
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