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Hey, partner, how is it going, man?
Hey, I've been looking for you. You need to come with me. You've got to help me.
What's the problem?
The problem is you.
[Locks Gus in a jail cell]
And now the problem is fixed.
Open the door.
So what did you tell Harley?
Open the door. If you don't open the door, I'm going to beat you senseless.
What was the plan, go down to the courthouse and slip into the hearing room, and then you're going to shoot him in the head in the alleyway?
We are not talking about ...
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I first got hooked on this show when I was in high school and I still keep up with it. Unfortunately, it is becoming so repetitive that it is getting boring. Of course, the one person that will keep me coming back to it is Kim Zimmer and her wonderful portrayal of Reva. Reva Shayne probably is the strongest female character on soaps next to Susan Lucci's portrayal of Erica Kane. However, the main beef I have against it is that it now the show is beginning to lose touch with reality and everything has to revolve around some mystery that involves every major family in town. I hope one day that this show will regain its focus and that it will get back to being the great show that it was.
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