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I find it amazing that CW would not have canceled this bad show after a few episodes.
It's superficial, poorly acted, poorly written and nobody watches it! This show is a bad copy of Gossip Girl (itself a horrible show that nobody watches).
CW is in dire straights if this is the best they can come up with as watching a test pattern would actually be less painful.
Apparently, there isn't enough line in my comments, but how many different ways do I need to say that this show is abominable and that CW is completely off-base if it thinks it will attract people like me by programming awful shows like this one.
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