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Old 01-08-2007, 06:44 PM   #31
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I think Ugly Betty's hot.
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Old 01-08-2007, 06:45 PM   #32
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It'd hit is sans braces.
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Old 01-21-2007, 02:57 AM   #33
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So just bringing the thread back up as i've watched the first 7 episodes. I have a real love/hate for this show

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Vanessa Williams's character!
The fact that Daniel realises Betty's potential
Betty's strength
Betty's family
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Walter Betty's boyfriend, whiny ugly nasty shit of a character. He left her and then makes her feel guilty for following her dreams. Why won't she fuck him off! (how cute was the guy from accounting? Be with him!)

The moralistic tone of the show - if she is so disgusted by Mode, why doesn't she get a job with Salma's magazine?

The whole Salma/Daniel storyline. Is there not one story line when a woman can not be attracted to a good looking male. Even though the turned the tables, it shits me she had to sleep with him, why couldn't she be more aloof and not have to fuck with him?

why do other people think?
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Old 01-21-2007, 05:09 PM   #34
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Keep watching Amy. I had some of the same concerns you had after about the episode 7 mark, but we are up to something like 14 episodes here in the U.S. and I'm feeling a lot better about the direction the show is headed in. I'd go into more detail, but I don't want to give anything away.
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yeah, the "mysterious woman" storyline - looks like it just got more interesting. Is that Rebecca Romijn?
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yeah, the "mysterious woman" storyline - looks like it just got more interesting. Is that Rebecca Romijn?
yes it is.
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That's some twist they are throwing in there. I didn't expect that
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I WANNA SEE IT!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-22-2007, 09:21 PM   #39
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The only reason I saw the twist coming was because there were some people who called it at the Television Without Pity boards and I knew this show was over-the-top enough to do something like that. I never would have guessed it on my own.
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Is she gorgeous or what? I love her. She makes that show what it is.

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She's stunning! I loved her speech at the Golden Globes - it was so genuine and sweet.

I don't know why I haven't said anything here yet, but I love this show! I caught the first episode and missed one or two after that, but it was nice to have the re-run last week, since it's one of the ones I missed.

It's a great show!
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How nice to see a young actress in Hollywood who looks as if she actually eats on a regular basis. She's gorgeous and I love the show.
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She did look great - loved the emerald green dress, and I too liked her speech Congrats!
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Helen Mirren bestows congratulations on Ugly Betty winner America Ferrera, who later headed to the PEOPLE bash. Though Ferrera joked in her acceptance speech that she was "completely out of things to say," costar Eric Mabius had plenty to say. "She's probably the most genuinely, heartfelt, honest, emotion-filled, amazing woman I've ever worked with," he gushed about Ferrera.

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I've seen this show once or twice, and it's better than most of what's out there, but I still don't see how it's funny.

It's more of a dramedy than a comedy you know?

Which makes me a little bitter when it wins awards over The Office, which is pure comedy with some dramatic elements (Pam/Jim)
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