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Today's episode was excellent. Just brilliant.

Katherine Kelly Lang's acting is superb. The Brooke/Stephanie scenes were as always spectacular. The scenes with Ridge were also excellent. They all exceeded the well written material and made it soar.

Several episodes last week with Brooke/Stephanie were also great.

But this one was even better.

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Yesterday's episode was superb! KKL and Flannery were outstanding, but I still hate Ridge even though he's turning himself in. LOL!

Mackenzie Mauzy's acting really bothers me, she was seemingly the only low point in yesterday's episode. It seems as if she has to squeeze her nipples in order to cry - it's just too forced and fake.

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Mackenzie Mauzy seems like sometimes she acts with her shoulders, or something. She gets these looks and kinda raises her shoulders. I don't know what it is, lol. Anyway, I'm liking her more than most of the other teens from recent years.

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