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    Quote Originally Posted by geekgirl
    Why are the daughters being so rude to Marty?

    Really, don't they want their dad to be happy? They don't have to live with the woman they pick-he will.

    Just take a breath and relax...everything's going to be just fine...

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    She should just go ahead and pick Stacy and Suzanne both.

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    I Concur!

    Quote Originally Posted by Swingsongbird
    She should just go ahead and pick Stacy and Suzanne both.

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    Stacy at least has the decency to not be cocky like Suzanne.

    Picking Marilyn for a third lie detector? Unless you really intend to get rid of her, what's the point?

    Lie Guy II is like... Marilyn's buddy by now. (heh, the first question from the girls about "Pete" is actually pretty funny)

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    Lie Detector Man!!!
    Just take a breath and relax...everything's going to be just fine...

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    What's up with Suzanne and her ever-changing hairdo? One minute it's a gigantic bouffant (like the B52s wore) and the next minute it's as straight as pasta and then yet another minute it's all curly-q.

    I guess she keeps changing up her hairdo to keep us interested in her hair, rather than in all her pockmarks.

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    Slow motion eye blinks from all in the group... :wink
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    Marilyn's one "lie" about if she thinks she's the best choice is mostly just how self-doubt manifests itself.

    Stacy's "speech" to the girls before her detector creeped me out.

    Stacy lies about liking Suzanne. But really the questions they gave Stacy were SUCH softballs. I think she's staying.

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    I'm floored that Botox Plastic Surgery Victim is actually angry at the daughters for picking Stacy.

    Stacy sits down in the chair and gives the girls a good scolding (disguised as a "thank you") for picking her.

    She answers one of her questions with "I DO" rather than a "yes."

    Um, girls, she answers with "I DO" because she's been married a hundred other times and it's the only way she can answer questions anymore!! Hello!!!

    To the question "Are you falling in love with my dad?" Stacy answers "yes" and gets a "thumbs up."

    Marilyn's outta here tonight.

    And down the road, when this messed up family finds out about the REAL Stacy, we will all laugh!!

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    How many more episodes must we endure?
    Just take a breath and relax...everything's going to be just fine...

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