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They must have thought nobody would mind losing hot Billy Miller as Billy Abbott because they had David Tom waiting in the wings. In my opinion, they were WRONG! ;-)
By the time they were in the cult they were former lovers and had both moved on and were strictly friends. But why knows what happens in a cult with former lovers? They were still kids!
I agree on David Tom. Gosh it's difficult to sit through Billy's scenes now. He always looks like he's one second away from bawling his eyes out. There was one scen when he smiled, on Valentines Day, and he hasn't done it since!!! They should have recast with someone completely new. There's a reason Tom didn't get any work once he left YnR -- nobody wanted him!
You know how Drew's abortion story just ended with him showing up at Sarah's door? I have a feeling that's how Julia's marriage is going to end. We might never get a better explanation. That's kind of OK, because there are many times that people have no idea what happened between them that ended their marriage. Maybe that is their story.
BTW, that was supposed to say JOGGING, but I still don't think she'd be up early doing the jig, either. LMAO
A glass of red wine is fine, drowning your sorrows is completely different. If she had done the latter she wouldn't have have been up early jogging! ;-)
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Katherine didn't even PRETEND to act like Elena. That it took so long for Elena's so-called friends to notice she might have been replaced proves how boring she is in the first place. They were probably excited to see her acting with some pep and zip.
Just ugh. Can you give it just one point of the star? I'd like to see that.
I'm not a die-hard Laurel fan. I find the whole dislike of her fascinating and worth probing and believe she's gotten a really crappy deal.
Felicity is adorable and worthy of the man Oliver may someday become, but not who he is now. All those scars they have are still very raw.
All of the dynamics are very interesting, right?
Juliette's been growing for a long time. It began when she had to confront her early life and where she grew up, face the realities of her childhood and how living with her mother affected her. When her mother died, her demeanor changed drastically toward those around her. She still makes mistakes, as we all do, but she's taken ownership of her life.
I started to change how I felt about Scarlett in January of last year when she replaced Avery in his band as singer completely against type. http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/01/nashville-review-be-careful-of-stones-that-you-throw/
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