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|SoapGal1||Oct 8 2008, 11:14 PM|
It's true, back in the day (before Al invented the internet ;)) The only spoilers you got were from the mags. You had to watch everyday to know if your favs were going to be on. I can remember watching just hoping for my favs everyday and by the time you realized they weren't going to be on, you were pretty much half way thru the show. |
Stories could go longer then, we (the audience) were willing to wait for the payoff. Nowadays, we get everything NOW, so we want our payoffs NOW also. The writers have to be quick and move from one story to the next in order to keep the audience interested.
Also, with the internet, we can get spoilers almost daily and we know when our favs are going to be on and when their not....so therefore we can skip what we really aren't interested in.
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