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Ponz
Jan 14 2009, 11:33 AM
Pudge Goddess
Jan 14 2009, 12:51 AM
Big deal??

For those of us who like the guy, it IS a big deal. Some of us are really sick of seeing him get crapped on over and over again. He got crapped on by Nicole. Then Carrie. Then Sami. The Carrie crapping was really bad. The Sami crapping was the worst. I don't care about the argument of those who say he told Sami to move on when he went to prison. She could have moved on with someone else, anyone else, and he would have been hurt, but understood. But she went and scrumped his worst enemy, the guy he warned her not to trust, the guy who made their lives hell, and the guy she said raped her. How sick is that? How could any man be okay with that?

So when TPTB throw him into this relationship with Chloe out of nowhere, just to have him crapped on AGAIN, by her of all people, it's a big deal. I frigging hate Chloe. She's going to seriously hurt and humiliate him, and he's already been hurt way more than his share. Someone should crap all over Chloe, not Lucas. The guy deserves a break for a change.
It's no big deal because the writers made no effort to develop Lucas being "in love" with Chloe. He met her in June, banged her in an elevator in July and was pimping her as his insta-soulmate by the end of August. If the relationship isn't credible, his supposed "hurt" and "humiliation" at its destruction won't be either. Jiggs is right that Lucas could be anyone in this story. Aside from his brief defensive reaction when EJ brought up Sami, there hasn't been a single scene in the last 2-3 months that showed his POV beyond the most superficial level. He's basically just a plot device to make Chloe feel guilty and give a dangerous, forbidden aspect to Danloe.

Thanks ponz, you totally get what I'm saying!
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