'Breakfast at Tiffany’s' exposes the shallowness of riches, and what wealth does to a person.
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Alas! The past storyline continues, the drama between Pope and co. continues, J is questioned by a detective about the disappearance of Morgan, and Emily Deschanel (Bones) arrives to a very unwelcoming Smurf. Couldn’t she at least smile?Read More
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