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    gamerchikrpg

    [1]Oct 25, 2006
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    I still love the show don't get me wrong...but there seems to be less personal interaction with the crew ya know? I love those guys so much and that's what keeps me watching.  I really enjoyed seeing steve and brian screw with tango (or dustin?) for not wearing the red shirt. i guess i just miss more of those little moments. makes them seem more legit.
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    SMGslayer97

    [2]Nov 11, 2006
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    gamerchikrpg wrote:
    I still love the show don't get me wrong...but there seems to be less personal interaction with the crew ya know? I love those guys so much and that's what keeps me watching.  I really enjoyed seeing steve and brian screw with tango (or dustin?) for not wearing the red shirt. i guess i just miss more of those little moments. makes them seem more legit.


    I know what you mean. I miss them, too. And it does seems that that's exactly what is missing.
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    Seeker615

    [3]Dec 7, 2006
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    I think a lot of the drama is gone now that Brian is settling down. I still think it is going pretty well. But yeah there is not so much interaction between the main players.
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    McDreamyRulz62

    [4]Dec 7, 2006
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    The playing around made the show that much more entertaining. Like on Tango's first investigation they put the tiara on him and he thought it was a headlight and Steve and Dustin made him believe thats what it really was. I love the show but i agree with you guys the goofy stuff made the show have that little extra something that every show needs.
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    stephen9286

    [5]Dec 8, 2006
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    COOL! 

      

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    Seeker615

    [6]Dec 8, 2006
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    McDreamyRulz62 wrote:
    The playing around made the show that much more entertaining. Like on Tango's first investigation they put the tiara on him and he thought it was a headlight and Steve and Dustin made him believe thats what it really was. I love the show but i agree with you guys the goofy stuff made the show have that little extra something that every show needs.

    The look on Jasons face when he saw tango in the tiara was priceless! I still laugh when I think about that episode!

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    MikeDion

    [7]Dec 20, 2006
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    Don't worry, there's more of that coming.
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    SMGslayer97

    [8]Dec 21, 2006
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    Seeker615 wrote:

    McDreamyRulz62 wrote:
    The playing around made the show that much more entertaining. Like on Tango's first investigation they put the tiara on him and he thought it was a headlight and Steve and Dustin made him believe thats what it really was. I love the show but i agree with you guys the goofy stuff made the show have that little extra something that every show needs.

    The look on Jasons face when he saw tango in the tiara was priceless! I still laugh when I think about that episode!



    There's this one scene that I don't remember very well but one of the guys gets into one of their big duffell bags and when they send another one of them over to pick it up obviously it is unseemly heavy and when they upzip it it's just so hilarious.

    Anyone know what episode this is in? (I haven't seen it in such a long time.)
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    bdllbo

    [9]Dec 21, 2006
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    The duffle bag was on the blooper reel for one of the DVDs and not on a particular episode. Still, frickin' hilarious.
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    SMGslayer97

    [10]Dec 22, 2006
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    bdllbo wrote:
    The duffle bag was on the blooper reel for one of the DVDs and not on a particular episode. Still, frickin' hilarious.


    Are you sure? Because I saw it on tv, I don't own the dvds.
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    rondocollector

    [11]Jan 10, 2007
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    I liked at the Rifle house,that they made Tango find the "Blue Room" and because he was new,he didn't want to screw up,and went everywhere,this is on the DVD Special features
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    Thresher_V

    [12]Feb 20, 2007
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    They should air a few episodes a year of gags and outakes. Maybe have Grant and Jason host a "best of GH" specials through the year.
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    Maisy13

    [13]Mar 9, 2007
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    I love personal interaction between the crew members. I would love to see bloopers and outtakes.
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    StopTheWatch

    [14]May 3, 2007
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    Maybe in the future we'll see more between the guys, I'd hate to see the show die in ratings because of that.
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    twins1729

    [15]May 18, 2007
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    SMGslayer97 wrote:
    gamerchikrpg wrote:
    I still love the show don't get me wrong...but there seems to be less personal interaction with the crew ya know? I love those guys so much and that's what keeps me watching.  I really enjoyed seeing steve and brian screw with tango (or dustin?) for not wearing the red shirt. i guess i just miss more of those little moments. makes them seem more legit.
    I know what you mean. I miss them, too. And it does seems that that's exactly what is missing.

    Hi Ashley! Yeah, I'm a dork.

    I agree, that's why I love this show, it's not 100 percent focused on the cases.

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    StopTheWatch

    [16]Jun 5, 2007
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    When they lose the personal element, they lose the whole thing. Remember back in the first few episodes where they showed the TAPS picnic, and bowling with the guys? They need more outside TAPS Hq moments
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    Temporaryscars

    [17]Jun 30, 2007
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    MikeDion wrote:
    Don't worry, there's more of that coming.


    What the frig?! It's Mike Dion!
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    IslandQueen2

    [18]Jul 2, 2007
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    MikeDion wrote:
    Don't worry, there's more of that coming.

    Thanks, Mike. That's good to know. I hope they pick up the show again here. It hasn't been on in ages!
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    General_01_Lee

    [19]Jul 6, 2007
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    i miss the interactions to.
    it just made the show easier to relate to.
    & bowling & the bar-b-q were great.
    i guess they're just trying to separate they're work from home life.
    those funny moments, like the tiara incident were hilarious.
    we need more of those...

    -coop

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    Carycomic

    [20]Jul 12, 2007
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    I think the reduction in interaction is a result of them doubling up assignments per episode. I wish they'd go back to devoting the full hour to just one case at a time!
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