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I remember he held back my hair.
[Kim looks confused]
I was puking.
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Hmm. I'm intrigued, blissfully happy, and yet undoubtedly worried about this programme. I'd love it if Kim and Sugar had an intimate moment, which started a journey of discovery; Sugar gets freaked, then confused, then realises she feels something for Kim too, and they build on these feelings (new to Sugar, old to Kim) cautiously and lovingly. I doubt this will happen. I think Sugar will 'try it out', and ultimately not care about Kim in that way, which will be devastating to Kim in the end.
Awesome soundtrack, awesome acting from Olivia and Lenora...but I think the outcome will bug me.
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