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Aug 19 2007, 06:44 PM
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I thought Friday had okay moments. I am still a Lumi fan but not of Sheffer era Lumi. I want old Lumi back. If I can't have that then let them divorce and go their separate ways. This version of Lumi is ruining both characters.
Just please God don't let Sheffer put Sami with her rapist. LOL
The Tony/EJ stuff was the highlight but even it was meh in many ways.
And DOOL fan - just one question. How do you rewrite an adoption???????
Max is not a Brady - he was adopted. How do you rewrite that?????
And I will say I officially hate Max & Stephanie together. I found nothing hot - only disgust. Me thinks me threw up in my mouth a little during that.
These rumors that the conditions to stopping the vendetta are driving me nuts. If it's not Lucas, could Max be a DiMera? :unsure:
I don't know Jonny. I know that they can rewrite history anytime but I don't remember all the specifics, but it seems like they settled the history of Max's parents and all years ago.
I guess they could go back into his real parent's history or say he wasn't really the son of Trent Becker and that is why he was abused by him. Who knows. Writers can change anything they want too.
But as far as writers changing him from being a Brady - that can't be changed. He was adopted. That was on the show and he was raised as a Brady. I don't know how they can wipe that part out.
remember this is days, anything can happen.
You are right about that, but if Sheffer ever went there to try to wipe out a whole adoption to just satisfy not having incest on the show, then it would be the dumbest move ever made by any headwriter. It would almost be as stupid as McTavish undoing an abortion.