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Ohhh, I hope so!

Even if Griffin truly "stole" Jake's wife - that was years ago. If Jake were truly happy with Amanda, then he should be over it at least to the point where he won't spaz and punch the guy out at first sight! He's a disgusting character.

Jackson is PMS'ing! He needs to get laid - by Krystal! :D

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I think its time for Jake to go into a coma. I think Id prefer the Amanda/Griffin/Cara story without him in the picture. He is ruining it

OMG, Jake is such a little bitch!

Jake: "Babe, did you say that guy fixxed my car? Now we have to take it to the shop bc I dont trust that guy's work"

Surprise, Tad didnt blame Liza for Opal's heart condition. I really thought he was going to lay into her for that. I guess she gets the day off

Anyone think Liza might be sick and it isnt just the trial thats causing her to feel weak and fatigued?

Jack, STFU. Now he's starting to annoy me. WTF was up with that neanderthaal display?

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