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  1. Weirdly, I do. It aired here in the daytime and I remember watching it, but I mostly remember the theme song. "DO-DO-DO-DO-DOOO-DOO! Under the sun..."
  2. Yes - at least Carlivanti would milk those hot shirtless guys deserted on an island to the end.
  3. I haven't watched anything he's written, but from what I can tell the guy is shallow camp. However, considering the current show is a borefest shallow camp is, by all accounts, an upgrade. Not the best sort of upgrade - it's a bit like going from a shitty operating system to a less shitty operating system, but it's at least better.
  4. I don't think even the most devoted viewers know what the hell his backstory is anymore...
  5. Surprised that people haven't commented more on how Eileen pretty much implied her return to DAYS: https://www.instagram.com/p/BWQm41sF6dl/?taken-by=eileendavidsonofficial ... because why on earth would Days be an issue schedulingwise?
  6. "Blue Zylla"... how subtle.
  7. Marcy Walker is offered all the roles.
  8. Melrose Place turns 25! http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/melrose-place-oral-history-marcia-cross-heather-locklear-grant-show-darren-star-look-back-1016500 Nice to see Calabro talking about the show again.
  9. After her sister died, the Dame probably have a lot of free time to spend on petty FEUDS. And while beauty is subjective... come on. She looked better than CZJ
  10. I liked Deb's Kate, but if she had stayed I really doubt they would've gone down the villainess route with her. I just don't see it - Adair couldn't pull off being a villainess on Dynasty in the fourth season, so she couldn't have pulled off Koslow's Kate. On the other hand, I don't think Koslow could've pulled off Adair's Kate. Ying and yang and all that.
  11. I guess the sequence with the woman, the giant and glowing Laura ball is supposed to be the infamous "White Lodge" sending good Laura to counter evil Bob and the Black Lodge? The original FWWM script was apparently supposed to be set in the 50s and explain (well, in Lynchian terms) how the Black Lodge came to be - I guess with a huge nuclear explosion!
  12. ... which is a shame because their family ties are a lot better than some of the previous teen sets. Character wise most of them should be important but a lot of them are just so awful it's painful to watch, not to mention the "watching paint dry" writing.
  13. From what I remember Deb's Kate didn't come off as a villainess at all - the character got a complete make-over once Lauren stepped into the role and as you said has been pretty one-note villainess for at least 15 years now.
  14. Oh I don't know - was he shirtless and rubbing himself in baby oil?
  15. A piece of broccoli.