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2 hours ago, KMan101 said:

 

I'm not surprised it's been a big waste. Shame. I think Brad wanted her back and made it happen but then didn't have any plans really past the reveal. Which seems typical of him. I think it's time Brad hand the reigns over but he won't.

 

Isn't that the truth! They held this secret for so long and boom - 4 episodes - two afternoons with Gomer Pyle and ShEvil figures it out with no proof - GP didn't even mention the lipstick or whatever he saw - let's herself into the mansion and tells Bad Santa. No blackmailing/making Quidge squirm? No subtle convos with her dear friend Brooke?

 

The pacing is way off on the show now - the emotional Lizzy resolution to having BOTH mothers partying it up for a photoshoot the NEXT day. Myrna, yes, because she won and she's a pro model. But Wigole, who was an emotional wreck.... Just weird. Eh, at least B&B gives me great opportunities for constructive criticism. Plus, it's a fun H8 watch and only 18 minutes (or less). 

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8 hours ago, Soapsuds said:

They are so boring and NOT needed. Why is Cocopuffs still in the cast? Neither has anyone to interact with....they are two dull characters

The storyline is awful to begin with and to top it off all of LA knows and it's Sheila who spills the beans.

 

If there was a God, Gay J and CoCo Puffs would be dead from that car crash. Really, they needa be snuffed out.

 

Watching Eric rage is hysterical. John McCook looks and acts like a man who's one step from a loony bin.

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7 hours ago, ranger1rg said:

 

If there was a God, Gay J and CoCo Puffs would be dead from that car crash. Really, they needa be snuffed out.

 

Watching Eric rage is hysterical. John McCook looks and acts like a man who's one step from a loony bin.

LMAO!  I actually think his acting is on par with Ronn Moss at times.  Especially when he has to play "angry old man" routine.

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8 hours ago, ranger1rg said:

 

If there was a God, Gay J and CoCo Puffs would be dead from that car crash. Really, they needa be snuffed out.

 

Watching Eric rage is hysterical. John McCook looks and acts like a man who's one step from a loony bin.

Somehow John McCook, Caitlyn Jenner, and Sean Connery were all siblings separated at birth.  I don't know when it started but Eric and his "SH" sounds kill me.  "...innapprorpiate thingsh with my SHUN!" 

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8 hours ago, ranger1rg said:

 

Watching Eric rage is hysterical. John McCook looks and acts like a man who's one step from a loony bin.

Yeah, he acting was bad. I finally caught up with the episodes and the reveal sucked!

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I think JMC loves to indulge in those hyper-dramatic outbursts LOL I enjoy him.

 

As for Coco and RJ... I watched a bonus clip the other day, featuring the two of them. Ugh talk about emptyness...! I actually felt sorry for the writer.

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6 minutes ago, KMan101 said:

RJ should have been gay. CBS seems to really shy away from that though.

Thomas is as gay as a picnic basket. If they didn't make him gay I doubt a fugly RJ would be.

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2 minutes ago, DRW50 said:

 

Thank goodness for that...

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9 minutes ago, cassadine1991 said:

Anthony Trupel is not "fugly".

Alright then he isn't fugly but ugly.

9 minutes ago, cassadine1991 said:

 Not every male actor has to be "Chandler Massey levels of attractive". 

Actually Days has the best 20's/30's attractive guys.

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This show - Good Lord.  What a letdown with the Quinn/Ridge reveal - it's already over.  All of these people keep a secret, and then Sheila figures everything out in one show and blows it. 

By tomorrow, Quinn and Eric will be divorced, he will have married Sheila, she will have moved in, and her picture will be above the mantle.  Bad Santa gets anything that happens to him as far as I'm concerned.  Hopefully she'll kill him.  LOL.  Along with Wyatt, Liam, RJ, and CoCo. 

 

These same plot devices are so recycled on this show. 

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