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They need to update his character age…..those shirts he wears to try and look younger than he is….he’s got manly hairy arms if you look closely. Need to let him be a true college age freshman. But I think all the actors are great in this and quick dialogue is still hilarious. Show is fine without the dad since they have Judd Hirsch now. No….thinking more like a young John Lennon! So true….what idiot would walk all that way in the open to a suspicious car? Think she just didn’t care at this point and wanted to confront everyone and everything. I know….she just grew more vindictive with each season. I wanted her gone and the rest of the family turning over a new leaf and going into government assisted hiding far from that place. But I guess the ending serves the purpose of illustrating some people get by unscathed. Maybe Noah shot his mom and not the guy. LOL According to Edelweiss Patterns Blog website, she was married at Nonnberg Abbey, not the cathedral. I’m a Roy Scheider fan and did not like their choice of Lorraine Gray for his wife…her husband was at that time big in the business and probably young Spielberg had to go along with that. Not on a par with him attractive wise. I loved the actor Leo Gordon who played the guest star role. He was really menacing and played a great bad guy in one of my favorite old west movies called Night of the Grizzly. Her New York accent bothered me more than the tight face….I’ve seen LB in several interviews and she didn’t have that accent. I noticed the same thing….maybe producers visually preferred the more attractive apartment. But the inaccuracy is puzzling still. His character was probably meant to show a brighter future for Mare whenever she was ready. Liked him but was not happy he chose to ignore her instead of ease out of a conversation with the ladies chatting with him upon her arrival. Loved her putting the pate in the sofa seat while she waited for him to come see her at the party. Show did have some comedy in it, especially Jean Smart. View all replies >