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I know, but it's still true that SB was the first place most people saw and liked her. Most likely, she wouldn't be where she is now if not for the soap. It wouldn't kill her just to grit her teeth, smile and say thank you when people say that they liked her work as Kelly. But then, I'm preaching to the choir here.

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3 hours ago, amybrickwallace said:

Has Robin Wright commented publicly about what's going on with House of Cards and Kevin Spacey yet?

I'm more or less following this and she hasn't.

Probably she will hate her second TV series in a few years. 

Edited by Nomada

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14 hours ago, Nomada said:

I'm more or less following this and she hasn't.

Probably she will hate her second TV series in a few years.

I wonder what Marcy Walker has to say about the Kevin Spacey situation and/or the Harvey Weinstein situation.

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So what was the storyline that effectively marked the death of Santa Barbara from a creative standpoint?  To understand what I'm getting at, check out the following links:

 

https://youtu.be/euL_RWN2rq4

 

https://youtu.be/I-TS-92KVDA

 

So what was it?  Was it the one where Eden fell off a cliff?  Was it the one where Cruz fell in love with Kelly?

Edited by GSGfan2017

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20 minutes ago, GSGfan2017 said:

Why?  Because the now-disgraced Kevin Spacey was her costar?

No, because that's the kind of  b*tch that looks down on her past, rather than being thankful for it.

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3 hours ago, slick jones said:

No, because that's the kind of  b*tch that looks down on her past, rather than being thankful for it.

 

Thank you, that is exactly what I meant.

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