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If doctors have their way and the court goes along with keeping Amanda Bynes' mom as conservator, then Amanda can look forward to spending the holiday season drugged up in the UCLA hospital as doctors want to keep her there until at least the new year. I want Amanda Bynes to get better, but I also wonder whether she can just take her meds outside the hospital environment and live her life. If she is on meds, she will probably decide she wants to act again and being gone for almost six months plus the six months she was retired is going to hurt her a lot. No one has even seen her since she went into the hospital except for her rare under blanket appearances. The cynic in me wonders if doctors want to keep her in the hospital that long because she has such great medical insurance that doesn't run out until January.
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