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I watched Threesome and although a tad on the cheesy side, I found the plots interesting. This must be due to the fact that I am a fan of cheesy american soap operas. I must say I couldn't switch off. Anneka Svenska is beautiful, beholding and cool as writer Helen. I could watch her on TV forever, as she controls the screen when you watch her. Emily is bubbly and over the top - great for this type of programme and I am sure it was purposeful. Taylor or Tyler Dean was stiff as a plank, but that I am sure is due to the fact he is in the presence of 2 stunning actresses.(lol) Anyway, 4 out of 5 for this soap. I would love to see more of it, but because I watched it from a friend's VHS and it has been committed to the history books, that is unlikely.
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