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Ha! You ain't seen nothing yet.
Yeah, the Schusters are great, and as for the deaf girl, well let's say that something's going to backfire. But it never looked absurd to me.
Ha! It looks like Mr Bean meets Laurel & Hardy. But maybe it's better to read this series' entry in the Great British Sitcom thread.
Yes. Like "he's so good at not dying in extremely bizarre stunt scenes". That office scene looks hilarious, btw.
Goodness, I almost didn't dare to watch!
I did mention her during my Peyton Place watch, assuming that it wasn't true because it seemed too good...
Bizarre. I was going to make a smart joke about Joan Van Ark using that same dressing room and then accidentally walked into the action on the...
For a moment I thought I was about to witness a dramatic staircase moment, but was that misstep coincidental or not?
From his IMDB page:
I love them for loving books.
Didn't she share a flat with another girl? It could have been a mini-Valley Of The Dolls within Peyton Place. Working for Models Inc run by Joan...
Despite its bizarre plotlines, it also had a fair amount of grit that made it look a bit more approachable. Whereas the wives in the US pilot look...
Just think of SPARTACUS as an ancient version of FOOTBALLERS WIVES :D Fabulous trash with hot guys and bitches.
I love the YouTube. It's a treasure trove of camp and hag-horror movies, great mini-series and complete soaps. Ooh I think they still got Dark...
I've watched all uploads by youtuber SoapNThings almost 4 years ago. It's still there if you want it.
This is very different from my personal scenario, I guess that's why we experience nostalgia and zeitgeist in different ways.
But why is that 90s and 2000s cliché looks more dated than 70s and 80s cliché? Is it because it hasn't reached nostalgia status yet? Maybe we...
Morgan talks about her kidnapping:
Btw, I think she looks more natural beautiful in this video.
All my votes for YR in the SoapLand battles were fraudulent votes?
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