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I don't know about a promo where someone just died. Why not have a promo showing her last moments with her friends and family??

I agree that would've been the smart thing to do rather than just show he death scene which almost makes it not worth watching as we've already seen it. Days or NBC really need to sort out their publicity department these promo's are getting even worse and more irrelevant by the day.

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I don't know about a promo where someone just died. Why not have a promo showing her last moments with her friends and family??

Such [[email protected]#$%^&*] baboons! Its beyond ridiculous to promo the actual death. They could have easily had someone walk into the room with a look of horror and allow the audience to anxiously await the scene. Why bother now?

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