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Huge meh on the Logan sisters taking Flo into their bosoms BS.

 

So disappointing to watch Katrina Bowden be hilarious on 30 Rock and see the pile of mush she plays here.


Oh, fück off, Bill...


Denise Richards’s makeup today is... not great.

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Flo kissing Brookes ass is not a good episode.

If Katie wants to accept Flo, she can. Brooke has never cared about boundaries concerning Katie and her husband so who cares what Brooke thinks?

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All I have to say is twenty one minutes of this show without "hero" Liam begging for forgiveness is rare.  Like a unicorn rare.  We don't have to love it, but should all be thankful 

 

Finn had this look on his face in that scene with Vinnie at the end.  It was that  "wait, weren't you the m***h at the glory hole I visited last night" look  

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14 hours ago, Faulkner said:

 

Denise Richards’s makeup today is... not great.


Honestly, you’re too kind. She was looking rough and tired.

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1 hour ago, AbcNbc247 said:

Two episodes without Hope/Liam/Steffy 

 

Lmao I'm shocked 

Wish I'd tuned in.  Darn.  

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When Wyatt kissed that Flo mannequin and it shook.

 

Please tell me this show airs five nights a week in international markets. Can you imagine following this show only once, even twice, a week? My nickname for B&B is "How to write the same episode five times a week", it would be absolutely maddening drawing this series out any further.

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I still don't like Zoe, and the Flo storyline does seem forced, but honestly this week has been a breath of fresh air.

 

I'm sure we all know why 

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22 minutes ago, AbcNbc247 said:

I still don't like Zoe, and the Flo storyline does seem forced, but honestly this week has been a breath of fresh air.

 

I'm sure we all know why 

Shirtless men?

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