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I have hated Tori Spelling for many years now and it saddens me that it has to come to an end. This show for some reason I can't even explain hit the perfect note. She is brilliant. I know, it sickens me too. Why can't all the crappy actors and actresses remain crappy, it is too confusing when they do something good. The show revolves around Tori Spelling and her life. She is dumb, dorky, and funny. I love the way she makes fun of herself and the way all her close friends and family make fun of her as well. She really did the right thing for her career in this series, but unfortunately I think this is really all she can do. I don't think she is going to make a "come-back" into movies or other television series after this. She found her niche and I think she should just leave it at that.
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