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Re: Early Discussion: Meghan's Mistake

Stephanie wrote:

I think you're right- it is more comfortable when it's someone unknown. Even though (and you're going to think I'm totally insane by this, but here it is) when I see people doing embarrassing things - even if they're intentional, I cringe for them. I have a hard time watching I Love Lucy even! So I wanted to tuck the words right back into Meghan's mouth, knowing that this faux pas was fictional, designed to move the plot forward, etc... I still wanted to repair that damage. :smileyhappy:

Hey alot of what was on I love Lucy was totally embarassing! Yes, I know what you mean, Stephanie!
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