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a shockingly bad person

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a sensational message (in a film or play or novel)

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That Jekyll & Hyde, Dracula, and Frankenstein are back is no big shocker.
Last Friday we had the big shocker as Davina told the unsuspecting housemates one of them was about to be thrown out after telling them they had a week's grace before evictions would begin.
Richard Langlois, of the Las Vegas Hilton, admitted her success is "a big shocker for all of us".
Joester, who has been a member of Viacom's licensing committee (the company has separate licensing arms within Paramount, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and MTV, as well as Viacom Consumer Products), declined specific comment about her talks with Viacom other than to say that the news the agency would be shut "was a big shocker.
The result of the mock election held by the Philippine Stocks Exchange (PSE) during its annual golf tournament last Saturday at Tagaytay Midlands should come as a big shocker to Malacanang and former Interior Secretary Mar Roxas.
With the big shocker already out of the bag, what else does the new show have to glue viewers to their TV sets?
But when we found out it was ACL, it was a big shocker.
That was a big shocker," Priyanka Chopra, who plays Alex, told the (http://www.
It was a big shocker because I recognised him straight away.
Why Let Cooler Pasture Deform" will feature a big shocker before "Blindspot" Season 2 goes on a short hiatus.
The big shocker in Tuesday's episode will revolve around Noel Kahn (Brant Daugherty).
The only big shocker for Dickinson on his eviction was finally finding out which of his campmates was guilty of using the floor as a toilet.
Tulloch's character Juliette delivers the big shocker in the fall finale of Grimm Season 4 (Episode 8).
NO doubt about this year's big shocker in the fourth round of the Tennents Scottish Cup - and it happened 24 hours before any of the matches kicked off.