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Annie & Kendull :wub:

And come on Liza! You can hit better then that!

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They handled the Annie/Kendall, David/Krystal confrontations better than I was expecting. I thought they were going to gloss over the past with A/K, and ignore Krystal's work as a sales woman with D/K - they didn't. Still a little rushed, but better than I expected.

Jack got dialouge today. Shocking!

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Again MORE Erica and Adam teasing.... I am getting really tired of it! It makes me want it to go to antoher level more and more! Erica and Liza was pure gold. Loved the comment about how she should have been spayed years ago. Colby finding out the story behind her paternity.... the girl can't do facial expressions either. Its like OMG.... Adam was not supposed to be my real bi dad.... like whatever I am going to burger king....

BRIANNE NEEDS TO BE FIRED!!!!

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Again MORE Erica and Adam teasing.... I am getting really tired of it! It makes me want it to go to antoher level more and more!

I agree. I love them but can the show really go on forever having them in this "undefined" relationship where they love each other but are not sure if it's romantic love, or BFF love. They're always entertaining so I'm not complaining that much.

Loved the comment about how she should have been spayed years ago.

And she'll wait 'til the litter is delivered to hit her back, hee, she was being so "polite" in calling her a stray bitch, lol.

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I really enjoyed today.

Zach's and Ryan's absence was only part of the reason. :)

All of the combos of characters already discussed were really great and a lot of fun.

Several moving scenes with The Chandler Men, Erica and Colby, Erica and Adam. I even liked LunerLiza's monologue to Colby.

I think Luner and Lucci could generate some real heat! Loved it.

I didn't quite get the KWAK and David argument (KWAK was projecting guilt aka being a hypocrite about baby selling...no shocker) at first but even their scenes at the end at Weirdwind were really good.

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OMG, I cant beleive she did that! Liza slapped the $#@$ out of Erica and knocked her back a couple of feet! It was loud and you could feel the force of it. Erica loves to run her mouth and insult people but its not often that they will fight back but smacking her around. I was loving JL as Liza before but this just made me love her sooooo much more

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How can Pratt write Erica so awesome yet suck so bad?

Every writer, no matter how bad, does seem to have their niche they can hit out of the park. However, there are certain writers that principle does not apply too. Latham and McTavish for one.

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Sweet Jesus! When is the last time ERICA KANE has been slapped? I love me some Liza and Erica feud! :wub:

Speaking of Susan Lucci --- I don't even think she knows Colby's name. It sounds like she always says KoBee. :huh:

Still sad about Stuart. Loved the Adam/JR/Scott scenes at the gravesite.

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