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Even 'Wicked' sarcasm is getting old...

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Even 'Wicked' sarcasm is getting old...#0
Posted: 5/27/04 at 3:05pm
I never thought I'd say it, but I'm even getting bored trying to think of witty (or somewhat witty) replies to the Wickettes and their posts.

I do like the show. I listen to the music alot, but there is serious overkill here. Even this post.

What to do... quick someone write a sequel to 'Rent'.
Hamlet's father.
Updated On: 5/27/04 at 03:05 PM
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EVERYTHING about Wicked is getting old, if you ask me...
"I don't really get the ending,all i can go with is when after several months,Judith saw Pat sang,and later she kissed him on the toilet,after that the story back to where Pat went down from the stage after he'd sung,and he went to the italian lady.I just don't get it,what Judith exatcly meant when he kissed Pat that she had seen,and did Pat end up together with The Italian Lady?Please help me,thank u very much!" Quote from someone on IMDB in reference to a movie he/she didn't understand. Such grammar!
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MORTGAGE:THE MUSICAL
FORECLOSURE:THE MUSICAL
PEACE.
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I know what you mean. I started to post something last night and then just thought, 'nah...what's the point"...not that there ever *was* a point, really. But the thrill is gone.
Sueleen Gay: "Here you go, Bitch, now go make some fukcing lemonade." 10/28/10
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There ARE similarities, beyond demographic.
In both shows, someone who is supposed to die at the end doesn't because it's "happier" that way.

I'd better be careful, or I'll turn this into a legit thread. I'm sorry.
Hamlet's father.
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So do you all think that Mimi and Elphaba are really Jesus? I think that is the true meaning of these shows. How Christ, the outcast, changes people's lives (for good?) dies and then comes back to life so everyone can realize how much they loved them and learned from them. THE PASSION OF MIMI/ELPHABA?
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When my cell is unlocked, and I can go home sometime between 4-5pm, I will be able to get some sun. Mowing my damn yard. *bleh*
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RIGHT ONNNNN!
-d.b.j-
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