The text to Phyllis!

It said “Diane!” Of course it wasn’t from Diane, but that’s what it looked like. It didn’t say “Nikki” or "Talia " , it said “Diane” weird!

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Yeah, I noticed that too!! That was a total mistake that nobody caught…it definitely should have said “Nikki.”

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Way to pay attention, I did not even notice that…of course at that point Phyllis was kind of driving me nuts with her over the top behavior, so I probably wasn’t watching closely.

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Actually @Grammie1 noticed this earlier, in a different post. So I looked for that scene and sure enough, there it was! Too funny. Somebody sure slipped up, lol.

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No kidding. That was WAY over the top. Thought she was having a seizure, lol.

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I did see that. It was a major blooper.

Came here looking for this! Thank you! I hit rewind on that segment 3 times to be sure and it definitely read Diane.

Phyllis is one of my all time favorites but she is driving me nuts right now LOL.

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Yep it said Diane

Yep, it’s pretty bad when I find myself sympathizing with Diane, whom I wish would have remained dead, over Phyllis. Every scene at the moment with Phyllis is over the top, whiny, and mostly I’m forced to mute.

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I am surprised Jack didn’t fire Phyllis or at least go see Kyle. She acted awful towards Diane, and kept bullying her, and even said the gift basket was tacky.

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The storyline is off the charts where Phyllis is concerned. I tried to find it in me to feel sorry for Diane but could not do it. Can’t wait to see what is coming next!

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I know, it’s hard to feel for either Phyllis or Diane. Grown women behaving badly.

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ICAM, add Nikki to the mix and it is 3 grown women who do not know how to play nicely together in the sandbox. Worse than preschoolers, all of them!

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Because of the blooper I was more focused on the word Diane than the message.

I recall another blooper with the original Faith and the bullying incident. Nikki asked Faith if she was hungry and she was going to ask “Cook” to make her something.