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SOD: Interview with Crystal Chappell; Oct 6th issue; Article Summary
Topic Started: Sep 23 2009, 01:11 PM (3,741 Views)
Bopefan


If they hadn't just done that story with Billie and Chelsea, they probably would have had Carly have Bo's child. So I hope they dont do it again, the Chelsea story was bad enough!
Edited by Bopefan, Sep 29 2009, 10:27 PM.
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Harmony233


Bopefan
Sep 29 2009, 10:26 PM
If they hadn't just done that story with Billie and Chelsea, they probably would have had Carly have Bo's child. So I hope they dont do it again, the Chelsea story was bad enough!
Interesting that you mentioned that.I was watching an old Bo/Carly scene.It was about them arguing about Nicholas and how that Bo was telling Carly that she was trying to buy Nicholas's love by buying him a mansion and all that jazz.It reminded me of Bo and Hopes arguing about Chelsea.Here was two long lost kids who wanted there parents back together and schemed for it to happen.Its really kind of weird how similar those two long lost kids stories where.
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