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It's gone down hill since Carmen Electra joined the show.
I started watching the show because the characters seemed so real. The relationships between the characters in the first episodes were exceptional. Each individual was working through their own problems and life experiences, which were REALISTIC! NOW HOWEVER................................... The show has turned into a Melrose Place. Carmen Electra's performance is bad and her lines are poorly written. Nick Sweeny has become a redneck buffoon. Is he taking Nelson's place?!? Dennis Sweeny started as an intelligent and sensitive man. Now he's turned into a stupid, whiney dim witted boy. What does this say about the writers??????????? I realize Melrose Place is going off the air but did you have to turn Hyperion Bay into it so soon!! Think about appealing to the higher intelligence of the audience. You will continue to lose viewers with garbage like this.
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