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OneBadKitty
Aug 2 2008, 06:43 PM
IMO, Days caters too much to the audience. I've seen it time and time again: They start a story and as soon as they get negative response to it, they change it. Then someone else reacts badly and they change it again and it keeps going in a cycle. We don't know what's going to happen from one day to the next.

I agree. The Daniel and Chelsea storyline is an excellent example. There was overall a pretty negative response (not to say that they don't have their fans, because they do) so all of a sudden they try to concoct a Daniel and Kate affair that happened off screen and it seems like now Date are supposed to be the rooting couple with Chelsea being written more as an interloper. For the last several months they've been trying to sell us Daniel and Chelsea as the new hot romantic couple, and since id didn't work they want to now throw Kate in the mix? Doesn't work for me. The lack of continuity in the writing makes me completely uninterested in both couples (that, and the fact that the chem in each pairing is not that great).
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