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Old 10-07-2003, 11:03 PM   #1
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Cool I like this show Big Dee is funny

I really like this show!!!! I wonder is Big Dee pregnant for real?????????

Hey, I do not like the different lives that the girls has, I think it seems so unfair to Mona.
Even if her dad and mom did not get along, it seems, her sister Dee, got so me more luxaries than Mona ever did and there seems to still be some favortism.

You know, to me it makes him seem like less of a man and father!

I know it is just TV; but those things really happen, the woman who is currently married to the man, they get all the advantages, the ex-wives and kids suffer. Child support can never make up for that!
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Mona has very low self esteem because she missed the company of her father. But you would think she would have over came that since her mother always pushed her foward. When it comes down to it Phyllis won't let her swim in a pool of pity. When that guy running for office came by she was all up in Big Dee Dee face when he pick her over little Dee Dee!
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I don't think anyone can over come the fact of not having their father around. Mona has a right to act the way she does. Dee Dee has always had their father. Mona is just now having their father around.
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I don't think anyone can over come the fact of not having their father around. Mona has a right to act the way she does. Dee Dee has always had their father. Mona is just now having their father around.


I can relate to that. He should have been more of a man and a father to his daughter.
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