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« The Day's Dumbest Dialogue | Main | The Day's Dumbest Dialogue: GH on a Roll »

June 06, 2007

Where Was My Viewer Discretion Notice?!

A girl just wants to have some peach yogurt and watch The Young and the Restless during her lunch break and it's all fun and games until Gloria Fisher Abbott Bardwell comes onscreen and BLINDS said girl with the monstrosity she is attempting to pass of as an outfit.

I call foul, CBS! No one notified me that viewer discretion was advised. But even then, I don't think it would have been enough. This is daytime TV, children are watching. I pray that an innocent young one didn't catch a glimpse and wind up rocking in a corner, afraid to go out in public lest they see a woman wearing Gloria's dress.



It's like all of the things I am terrified of (clowns, clothing and accessories made of plastic, the way Judith Chapman emotes through the veins in her neck) in one horrifying package.

Do I even want to know why her hair was eerily reminiscent of Cameron Diaz in There's Something About Mary?


You know what, I don't think that I do.

Amusingly, this was the outfit she was wearing when she got all offended that Evan thought she was giving him fake diamonds. She had the audacity to say, "Do I look like a cubic zirconia type of girl?"

Woman, you stenciled flowers on some mylar and are calling it a dress. There is no limit to your depravity.


Yes, Judith Chapman's emoting through her neck veins IS quite horrifying. She seems to also breath through her eyes. Maybe she's a marcian. It'd explain the dress.

I don't remember Gloria always dressing so tacky. Is this a new thing? I'm tired of her and her two sons.

Ooooh, 80s "fabulous"! Maybe she stole that when she was playing Angelica.

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