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  • ynrchyldzwylds_hobby@msn.com and MLive.c
    Dear 40Whacks: June (ynrchyldzwylds_hobby@msn.com) thought you would be interested in this item from MLive.com. NULL ______________________________ Want more
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 3, 2005
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      Dear 40 Whacks email list: June (ynrchyldzwylds_hobby@msn.com) thought you would be interested in this item from MLive.com. NULL June says: Sounds like an
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 8, 2005
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        June says:
        Sounds like an interesting play...

        But note the list of other characters in the play mentioned towards the bottom of the article -- just who are "the brother-in-law Harry" and "the flirting Dr. Patrick"?

        If by "brother-in-law" they are referring to a brother-in-law of Andrew's, then it's obvious this character is really supposed to be John Morse -- but why change his name?

        And the only doctor we know of is the one who lived across the street -- so does this play imply that there was something going on between Lizzie and the good doctor?

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