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May 28, 2010


I watched them all too. But mainly because we get to spend winters on the North Shore and walk the beach regularly where they film, have had dinner with a couple of the cast members, got to spend a day on the set and sort of got vested in the show. It was pretty to watch. I tried to figure out where the scenes were shot.That's all the reason I needed. I have no idea what happened.

I couldn't agree more. My partner and I got hooked, but we should have given it up three years ago when the WTF factor started predominating the episodes. The writers used the series' initial success to trap us viewers in a purgatory between our previous viewing investment and our hope for a comprehensible resolution. It's a torture and release formula that egomaniacal series writers seem particularly fond of.
Fool me twice - oops.

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