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Mourning Corey What's The Story

This episode was extremely good and very well done. I thought the truth or dare thing was incredible and definetly one of BWOC's best moments. (Thought there are many of them) (9/10)
· by miss lucky; posted May 29th, 2005

Great episode. The Truth or Dare game was a brilliant scene, and I loved how it was Merton who staked Corey Feldman. One quibble though: At Feldman's party, there were several dozen vampires, yet only Feldman and two other vampires got staked at the episode's end. What happened to all the others? The episode should have been written so that Tommy, Merton, and Lori wiped out the entire ensemble of vampires before facing off against Feldman. Other than that, the episode was well done. On a side note, I'd just like to say that I thought Corey Feldman made a much better vampire than Corey Haim. (9/10)
· by Ray; posted January 18th, 2004

This was very funny. They should have had more vampires episodes. But for some reason I just knew that somewhere along the line they were going to put Corey Feldmen because they had Haim on last season. It's like they do eveything together. \m/ (9/10)
· by gothic angel; posted July 6th, 2002

This was very funny. They should have had more vampires episodes. But for some reason I just knew that somewhere along the line they were going to put Corey Feldmen because they had Haim on last season. It's like they do eveything together. \m/ (9/10)
· by gothic angel; posted July 6th, 2002

This was very funny. They should have had more vampires episodes. But for some reason I just knew that somewhere along the line they were going to put Corey Feldmen in because they had Haim on last season. It's like they do eveything together. \m/
· by gothic angel; posted July 6th, 2002

This episode seemed sorta outta place, but I still liked it. I loved the part where Corey asked Merton about agents, and he lists the show's (BWOC) executive producers, Peter and Chris. The truth or dare game was awsome because it left a lot to the imagination. I liked Merton's and Tommy's buns (teeheehee). Why was Merton's graduation hat thingie cut out in the top for his spikes? Do they deserve special treatment? Okey dokey. If I listed all the things I liked about this episode, I'd be here forever. One more to go! It can't end like this! (9/10)
· by xayeide; posted April 29th, 2002

I liked the truth or dare game! "I don't mean to brag but...37"! And I loved what Merton said after he slayed Corey, "Crouching Merton, hidden stake"! LOL! One last thing, Tommy looked very good in the suit! (10/10)
· by NewOrleansGurl; posted April 27th, 2002

I thought the episode was good, other then the fact that the vampire thing has been totally overdone. *beats herself over the head* Too...many...vampires. The "Truth or Dare" game was funny: 1)"I'm doing it right now" 2)"Actually, they cut it off and put it in the rock and roll hall of fame" 3)"I don't mean to brag, but...37" LMAO! (9/10)
· by crunkette; posted April 21st, 2002

Excellent. Although it dawned on me today that the series is nearing an end, very sad, the series seems to be getting better and better. Especially Tommy's acting. (10/10)
· by BombVark; posted April 20th, 2002

Feldman was great! Merton and Tommy had priceless faces when Feldman was talking about being part of a duo! I feel sorry for Merton because he didn't get voted anything in the yearbook and that Sloan is evil (even though Merton and Tommy don't know that yet) To quote Tommy "That's called acting Feldman you should try it sometime" (10/10)
· by the Joker hahaha; posted April 20th, 2002

Um.. this one was pretty good. It was also pretty predictable. Feldman was pretty good though. I'm really depressed considering there's only 2 episodes left. :( (8/10)
· by Becca_B; posted April 20th, 2002