It's gotten so bad that it is no longer even worth mocking.
For what it's worth, Natalie Wood did not sing "I Feel Pretty" in Westside Story. Natalie's voice was dubbed by Marnie Nixon who also dubbed Deborah Kerr's singing in The King and I and most of Audrey Hepburn's singing in My Fair Lady.
Am I the only one thinking that the blond lady with the odd expression sitting in front of Frank is none other than the ghost of Frank's dead wife, come back to watch her daughter's moment of triumph? Okay, I'm really reaching. But wouldn't that be much, much more interesting than our current plotline? A touch of the supernatural is just what Mary Worth needs to spice up this rapidly failing plotline...
In a moment of confusion, Frank pokes a random blond woman thinking it is his daughter. The woman, desperate for affection, expresses an air of gratitude to the first human being to touch her in three years.
Frank and Mary should totally get together. Someone who stalks his own teenage daughter would be much more sympathetic to Mary's meddling compulsion than Dr. Cory. (Of course, Aldo was her true soulmate, but alas he is no longer available...)
I've been to a lot of skating events, and there are generally a great many more young girls in attendance than middle-aged, the preponderance of which here strikes me as a bit creepy. Did anyone watched the US Nationals ladies' long program Saturday night?
When the ladies of Lake Tranquil lighten their hair, they go all out!
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