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on February 1st, Jack will catch Erica & Caleb in an embrace.

Walt jokes that Jack is dumb but he's definitely slow. He says most people would have seen something was up with the two of them a long time before this.

Walt is not wild at the idea of a Jack & Erica split. He says if you look at any of the polls, people want them together but the writer's don't seem to come up with a story for them.

Walt says he's glad they haven't turned Jack & Caleb into archrivals, they don't have him and Mike bumping chests like they're 20 years old and which he says is not interesting and that he doesn't think he could remember how to do it

Walt says he just shot an episode where Caleb puts in a good word to the bar association and will get Jack's license reinstated. Walt says he's not sure if Caleb's doing it because he's a nice guy or out of guilt. He's going with guilty

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Jackson sees Caleb and Erica in an embrace, not even a kiss. Jackson and Caleb respect each other and are friendly.

Where is the drama, where's the soapy good stuff?

I don't even hate DK and DS but they really need to wake up and realize that they are writing a soap and not a Brenda Hampton drama.

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GO WALT :wub::wub::wub::wub: Love an actor who knows, cares, and wants what his fan base wants. He is totally right on everything he said and I LOVE the comment about Pratt and what Logan should tell Frons :lol: It's JERICA , baby! :wub: . Let that bore Cooney have his skank KWAK. They are a perfect fit. ;)

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What tired old [[email protected]#$%^&*]. Just leave Jack and Erica alone, for [[email protected]#$%^&*]'s sake. Nouri and Caleb can work without her.

They have no chemistry. Watching SL/MN is snooze-inducing. He looks bored to tears and like he can't wait for his contract to be up. The only time I saw him show any charm or playfullness is in scenes with Opal and KWAK. I can't stomach that Miranda-napping loser so I saw go CAPAL!

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Every time Caleb comes onto my screen I get disgusted, I cannot STAND this character anymore. Him & Asher both. I wish AMC would get rid of both of their useless asses & replace them with Tim Dillon & Sam Grey or something!

Go Walt...I love how candid he is. I hope he doesn't get shafted by the show/network for speaking out like this....I think he's totally right about Jack/Erica.

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I love the chemistry between Jack & Krystal and between Caleb & Krystal, but Jack & Erica need to be happy for once. Erica days of whoring need to end! She has been with all the men on the show except Stuart, Jesse, Palmer, & Joe Martin! Give Opal a story I am tired of Kendall & Erica! Bianca needs a story and a love life.

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