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|PhoenixRising05||Mar 11 2010, 12:27 AM|
We still don't know if they asked her or not. It's not like every bit of the conversation was revealed here. It seems like she did alot of thinking on the car ride home, as she described here. They brought the story to her so the natural flow of the conversation would've been "Here's the story, Suzanne. What do you think?" And then she brought up her concerns. Do I think they would've changed the story? I actually think they would've. They didn't have to give Maggie a story. They could've just kept using her as they have the past year. They did this because the writers wanted to use her more. We heard that back when Mickey died. Corday said that the writing team felt Suzanne commanded more airtime and a story of her own so they came up with this. Frankly, the way it's developed so far is not something that I think should worry her much. She admitted it herself that because it's not the same symptoms it makes it easier for her. Once she put things in a good place in her mind and decided to play it like "blindness" or something like that, she was fine.|
I'm sure it's uneasy and difficult still but, to me, this article doesn't prove the show didn't handle this right. At least not IMO. I also wish this interview addressed more then what we've heard already said like 5 times in other print interviews and in Navell's interview with her. It's the same old stuff over and over.
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