|Viewing Single Post From: SOD: Interview with Crystal Chappell|
|Win||Sep 24 2009, 07:15 AM|
Crystal has stated that Carly is still an innately good person, who will always try to do the right thing. It's just that she'll be be making some bad decisions which will affect, not only herself, but others she loves as well. |
DOOL's original version of Carly actually had a lot of "edge" that could be used as a foundation for evolution in the character. She wasn't just a dedicated, sensitive, caring doctor, she also loved pool, a good beer & striptease and could have been an Outward Bound instructor as well. She also had a bit of a dark side which is probably why she was attracted to Lawrence in the first place. The difference between them was that Carly fought her dark side, but Lawrence embraced his. When they flew off to Paris together in 1993, I figured that would become a huge dividing factor in their relationship.
From what I'm hearing/reading in interviews and various tweets, I think the main change will be that Carly won't be written as the "silently suffering, tormented heroine" quite so broadly and frequently as she was the first time round. And even if the writers do choose to torment her, she'll react to things with a bit more fire and humour than she used to.
Edited by Win, Sep 24 2009, 07:23 AM.
|SOD: Interview with Crystal Chappell · DAYS: News, Spoilers & Discussion|