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Today was great. I loved Ashley's opening fantasy. Then Brooke saying there wasn't a prison made that could hold Stephenie. I knew Brooke shouldn't have turned her back on that woman. That ending scene was classic B&B. :lol:

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Today was great. I loved Ashley's opening fantasy. Then Brooke saying there wasn't a prison made that could hold Stephenie. I knew Brooke shouldn't have turned her back on that woman. That ending scene was classic B&B. :lol:

I loved today's episode too. Kill the tramp, Stephanie. Kill her! LOL.

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Today was excellent. Some of the best material this show has ever done. The Ashley fantasy was great. The scenes with Stephanie & Brooke were beyond excellent. Brooke has hardly ever been more interesting than she was today. The acting was incredible in the Stephanie-Brooke scenes.

The Nick-Rick scene was also very well done.

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