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Taking risks pays off for Tom Rodriguez

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RODRIGUEZ. Hopeless romantic

“Change is the law of life—and those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future,” so said John F. Kennedy. That is why hot-to-trot former “Pinoy Big Brother” housemate Tom Rodriguez welcomes change with open arms: “Even before my transfer from ABS-CBN to GMA 7, the decision to come home from the States came with huge risks.”

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How will ongoing ‘teleseryes’ end?

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WILL Coco Martin (left) end up with Kim Chiu on the show?

Ongoing local TV drama series have gone into so many plotting twists and turns to keep viewers interested that it’s become a big “howdunnit” to figure out how they will finally end. Some admittedly speculative options to consider: On the current Book Two of “Ikaw Lamang,” it’s a no-brainer that the concluding confrontation will be between the vengeful Joel Torre as Samuel and Christopher de Leon as the thoroughly evil and vengeance-worthy Franco.

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Running out of time–and good judgment

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ABELLANA AND RODRIGUEZ. Ardent but sketchy search.

As concluding drama series hurtle to the last few weeks or days of their storytelling, some of them are coming up with less than acceptable work, visibly running out of time—and good judgment.

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Crafty exec filches party raffle prize for freeloading star

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SAM MILBY hopes to have a date at the next Star Magic Ball.RICHARD REYES

A huge scandal is raging in cyberspace. Crafty Exec of Top Company wanted to infiltrate the “in” crowd— where Ravishing Beauty, Glamorous Stunner and their ilk reign. CE showers RB and GS with all sorts of freebies, from lavish dinners to foreign junkets.

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Veteran stars ‘rediscovered’ for ‘teleseryes’

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BONNEVIE. Gives her show a patina of relative freshness.

So many teleserye are being produced these days that popular stars and character actors are in constant danger of overexposure. That’s why drama series producers have been “rediscovering” long-lost talents to give their new shows at least a patina of relative freshness.

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