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This David stuff is sooooooo fREAKING LAME.

Bianca was 1 million time closer to David than Marissa.

As LAME as it is bringing him back to life will be even more LAME. Noway to do it unless Jake helped David.

It all just seems so rushed and out of nowhere. Plus i still don't see what in the heck David did to Angie?????

He did so much worse to so many others.

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So is Jesse back to being the police chief? He sure is acting like it.

Jess(ica) needs to lay off my Liza before she b!tch slaps him.

This all is kind of lame, I don't like how Kendall's mind is like "Ryan! Ryan! Ryan!" Gezzz, gurl needs to drop Zach and hook with Ryan already bc her constant propping of him is sickening. At least Greenlee showed some concern for David before asking about Ryan.

Now Bianca is missing from this episode? WTF Julie, David, and Donna. You guys need to stop with this.

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