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That was a damn good show... All of the acting was FANTASTIC. Even the guy who played Remy did a desent job.

Kim and Nicole were fabulous, and Alan showing up was just gravy. Josh just needs to get over himself and fast!

My only problem is the direction given to the extras in the background. They appeared to be watching spectator sport. Usually, when you walk up on a scene like R/C, you take a quick look and you keep going. Some of the people grabbed seats and began watching with smiles. I thought that was very poor direction. The only thing missing was popcorn.

I didn't even hate Gus for a change.

The last scene was so powerful. Reva didn't even have to turn because she knew Josh was standing there. It was very powerful!

I'm not sure who the breakdown writer was for yesterday's show, but can we keep that person, please!!!!!

ANDREA

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