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|Kenny||Dec 15 2009, 03:14 AM|
The writers were probably operating under the assumption that if John and Marlena were badly written at the end, fans wouldn't mind their exits as much. On the other hand, if they were given a beautiful exit that celebrated their history on the show together, the fans would remember why they liked J&M in the first place and be a little more resistant to accepting their exits.
|TVGC Interview with Deidre Hall — Entertainer of the Decade · DAYS: News, Spoilers & Discussion|