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Nov 13 2008, 10:47 PM
Daysfan, I understand what you're saying - I guess I disagree in that I'm saying it was more the writing itself and how their relationship was handled, and you're saying it was more the backstage turmoil. But either way, sounds like we are agreeing that for whatever the reason, viewers were not given a good story through which they could have reconnected with these characters.
Well, in some ways I do agree with what you are saying.

It was the writing itself to some extent, and both Higley and Hogan had plenty of time to write some type of story for their relationship or just a good, long story for them.

I think when it comes to the turmoil, what I am mainly saying is: Due to the turmoil, the viewers never got to know Steve and Kayla. The viewers that weren't watching when they were around back in the 80's. Because there has never been a long storyline for them. Its either been some quickie one, or they just aren't on. And that is why ultimately, I think this tenure of theirs has crashed and burned.
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