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post #541 of 662
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I miss Bree.

I like Bree too but sometimes I can only see her as the nutcase she played on Melrose Place (am I dating myself?).
post #542 of 662
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Yeah she won't be back till then, unless they do something on the season finale with her to build up suspense that would have probably been pre-taped. Alot of season finales are starting in the next 2-3 weeks.
Maybe they'll use another body double? lol
post #543 of 662
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I like Bree too but sometimes I can only see her as the nutcase she played on Melrose Place (am I dating myself?).
I'm that old, too.

But I never see that crazy character when I see her as Bree. She's all Bree-ness and kitchen cleanser.
post #544 of 662
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I like Bree too but sometimes I can only see her as the nutcase she played on Melrose Place (am I dating myself?).

It took me awhile to get past that, too.
post #545 of 662
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It took me awhile to get past that, too.
See, now if you ladies had been Everwood fans, you would have had an opportunity to purge that memory when she played an HIV+doctor who was romancing Andy!
post #546 of 662
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I like Bree too but sometimes I can only see her as the nutcase she played on Melrose Place (am I dating myself?).
Me, too. And then there's Tom...I always remember him kissing his boyfriend on Melrose!
post #547 of 662
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Me, too. And then there's Tom...I always remember him kissing his boyfriend on Melrose!
OMG, that's right!

I DVRd last Sunday's episode and still haven't watched it. Wondering what 's up with his back injury. I"ll have to watch and find out tomorrow.
post #548 of 662
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Me, too. And then there's Tom...I always remember him kissing his boyfriend on Melrose!
So true. I am beginning to feel old.
post #549 of 662
Thoughts on tonight's show:






(don't read if you don't want to know)















Goodbye, Ian. You are creepy. Please don't come back.

: Lynnette, girl, what are you thinking? :

Mrs. McCluskey, I like you... even if you did have your dead husband in a freezer in your basement.

: Tom's daughter, I forget your name, back off. :

Edie and Gabby fighting over Carlos. That was priceless.

Susan & Mike. Who cares?

: The most shocking part of the whole show: at the end, Edie was reading a book??? :
post #550 of 662
oh i was so sad that lynette is falling for that guy : i hope tom can stop it before it's too late.
post #551 of 662
LMAO at the Edie reading a book part.

I was just shaking my head the whole time about Lynette. Girl is dumb, just not thinking! Poor Tom got his answer, even if he didn't like it.

I felt so bad for Mrs McClusky! I can't believe Lynette and Tom turned on her like that! They trusted her with their kids, the least they could have done was help her clean the egg off her door and find out the whole story instead of gossiping behind her back. I was really disappointed in them!
post #552 of 662
i found the show to be boring.
post #553 of 662
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: The most shocking part of the whole show: at the end, Edie was reading a book??? :



I am glad Ian is gone. I really hope Lynette comes to her senses.

I love Mrs. McClusky, too.
post #554 of 662
Edie reading a book! Ha! That funny.

Can you really blame Lynette for being tempted to stray? I mean her husband has been a royal ass for some time now, and I feel bad that he hurt himself but jeez he expects to sit on the sofa and dictate to her about what needs to be done at the FAMILY restaurant that she gave up her career to focus on. She is doing all the work herself without any emotional support from him, and here comes this guy that helps her, compliments her, understands her. Maybe her being temped will be a wake up call for Tom.

Big snore fest on the Susan and Mike thing - I mean come on now, how long will this pathetic thing go on?

The Gabbie and Carlos stuff was the best part of the show IMO.
post #555 of 662
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I like Bree too but sometimes I can only see her as the nutcase she played on Melrose Place (am I dating myself?).
Yeah, I have this problem too. I keep calling her "Kimberly" and the Doug Savant character (See! I don't even know his character name!) "Matt." I guess I'm officially old and senile.
post #556 of 662
I'm old enough but never watched Melrose Place.
post #557 of 662
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Can you really blame Lynette for being tempted to stray? I mean her husband has been a royal ass for some time now, and I feel bad that he hurt himself but jeez he expects to sit on the sofa and dictate to her about what needs to be done at the FAMILY restaurant that she gave up her career to focus on. She is doing all the work herself without any emotional support from him, and here comes this guy that helps her, compliments her, understands her. Maybe her being temped will be a wake up call for Tom.
granted it wouldn't make interesting tv but jeez, lynette coulda talked to her husband, told him to quit being a jackass, explained how she was feeling lack of emotional support and loneliness because of his behavior. and that because she is now working at the restaurant, *she* will make the decisions until he comes back. but i do hope that it will be a wake up call for them.

i don't like the victor and gabby storyline. victor is icky.
post #558 of 662
Seems to me she DID try talking to him several times over.
post #559 of 662
Call me old fashioned but I believe every girl (and guy if they so want) should have a guy before a girl gets two, kwim?
post #560 of 662
I think Lynnette is finding it hard to resist a very much-needed ego boost, and I can't blame her but I hope she comes to her senses soon.

My favorite line: Susan saying to Gabby, "So in order to support you we have to act like we're in junior high?" Coming from Susan, that says a LOT!
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