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July 06, 2010

Our Column in the 7/13 Issue of Soap Opera Digest

The latest issue of Soap Opera Digest is hitting newsstands now and in it is our latest My Take/My Take, Too column. This month, Mallory takes on All My Children and wonders what the deal is with repetitive dialogue (did you know that Tad thinks Damon's not so bad, and that everyone thinks Ryan is just the greatest?), unlikable characters, and Marissa in general. To the surprise of no one, she consulted a thesaurus numerous times to find synonyms for "boring". Becca, meanwhile, congratulates Days of Our Lives for the stellar send-off they gave Frances Reid and also talks about General Hospital. The words "congratulate" and "stellar" are notably absent in that section.


Why don't you ever cover/recap Days anymore? EJ and Phillip both need haircuts... so us viewers need you!!!

But even with their lack of haircuts (but yes they really need major haircuts..in this show the bad guys/bad boys have to have awful greasy hair ?! Is it a soap rule ?! lol) they are still dreamy..lol.

oh my god dylan i am so sorry for your sister died:::

The discussion an on going discussion and analysis of the moral the fact that this is so ought to be an embarrassment to white liberals who are die. Thanks for sharing informative post.

Thak you for sharing them with us , I think it's worth reading

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