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March 18, 2010

Our Column in the 3/23 Issue of Soap Opera Digest

So, it turns out that we are pretty terrible at PR! Our latest My Take/My Take, Too column appears in the March 23rd issue of Soap Opera Digest, which has been on sale this week and which got to subscribers even before that. We'd have realized this sooner if our copies hadn't been at the bottom of the large mail stacks we let pile up, under junk mail and multiple copies of Us Weekly (seriously, can someone explain that rag's fixation on The Bachelor?!).

At any rate, this month, Mallory decided to do what so many "bad" mobsters have done: taken on Sonny Corinthos, asking how in the world this tool is still the show's hero after shooting Dante in the chest (we know, we know, he didn't know it was his son! That makes it okay!). Becca, meanwhile, wonders who set Days of Our Lives's drama-meter up to eleven. Between Carly, Melanie and Sami, it's all over-the-top shrieking and crying all the time.

Also in this issue: an interview with Alicia Minshew, and photos of her daughter Willow who is just the cutest ever. Ever!

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