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Oct 2 2009, 10:10 AM
Dreaming of a Melanie-free Days
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Ha, Eric, way to spin the inconsistencies as an intentional writing plan as opposed to plot point responses. That can't have been easy.
- Oct 1 2009, 06:40 PM
And it's these little inconsistencies about Brady that Eric enjoys so much. "The one thing I love about the character is he isn't perfect or infallible," Eric told us. "He is flip-flopping when it comes to this. Let's keep the secret. No, let's tell the truth. Wait, we've got to keep this a secret! He tells Mia that he believes she should keep it a secret. And all the while he's been telling Nicole she's just to tell the truth."
"When he came back to Salem," Eric continued, "his intentions were to make amends, to get closure, to do things like that. And of course he found himself in the middle of these controversies, and in essence, falling in love with someone that I don't think anybody, including Brady, really thought was going to happen." And this is definitely testing what he's worked so very hard on, his sobriety. Could he go "off the wagon?" As Eric said, "these circumstances may very well just throw him back."
But I love him. :wub: