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Monday, October 15th Daily Discussion
Topic Started: Oct 12 2012, 01:14 PM (8,556 Views)
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Oct 12 2012, 02:10 PM
If Nicole's 'What if ... ' speech was supposed to elicit sympathy ... it didn't work on me. It had the exact opposite effect instead. It made me angry because all I could think of was so what if ... you're baby still would have been dead anyway because it was dead before you met up with Jennifer at the Square ... a confrontation that Nicole herself orchestrated. But I have to give credit to Ari Zucker's powerful acting because even though I was angry at the What if stuff and the out and out lies about Jennifer ... I still felt so sorry for Nicole losing her baby. Her pain is just raw - so powerful.
Not to mention that some of it (like the part about the snowsuit and going for a walk because she was restless) is a complete fabrication. I'm starting to wonder if she's snapped and actually thinks she's telling the truth.

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