Viewing Single Post From: Alison Sweeney talks 'Days' & 'Loser'
Oct 12 2009, 05:14 PM
Much prefers sweevil, snarky EJ over Father Figure Fucktard Eejiot.
- December 6, 2007
- Favorite Current Daytime Soap Opera
- Days of Our Lives
- Favorite Soap Opera of All Time
- Days of Our Lives
- Favorite Current Primetime Soap Opera
- Favorite Primetime Soap Opera of All Time
- Knots Landing
I guess I'm not sure what you're disputing here...is it that Kitkat twisted the words of this NBC poster and indicated that JS said Rafe would tell EJ and Sami? :shrug:
- Oct 12 2009, 04:15 PM
- Oct 12 2009, 03:28 PM
I questioned where it was stated that JS said that Rafe finds out the truth about the switch and tells Sami and EJ. Kitkat was kind enough to provide her source - which I highly doubt is reliable, much for the reasons you've stated. What is or isn't said at a fan event and to whom can be twisted and turned in a thousand different ways. The only exception I would make to the rule of dismissing what is reportedly said at fan events would be the things the actors have said during the Q&A sessions and in the online chats that have occurred. At that point the actors are aware they are speaking to a broader audience and/or their comments are put in writing. Beyond that, what is said in the meet and greet, autograph lines or at lunch or dinner is open to anyone's speculation.
The person who posted about her conversation with JS didn't even say that Rafe would tell EJ and Sami. She said that Rafe would tell Sami but not EJ, when the original comment made in this thread was that Rafe would tell Sami and
EJ. Maybe that sounds like a how-many-angels-can-fit-on-the-head-of-a-pin argument to you, but when we're discussing the credibility of the original poster I think it's important to note exactly what she said. As I mentioned, she might be right, or she might be wrong, but we'll find out eventually. Even if she's wrong, it doesn't mean she made it up; she could have misunderstood him, or he could have misunderstood what she asked.
Either way, it seems it's been established that there is no verifiable, reliable resource to prove that JS said any such thing.