|Viewing Single Post From: Bryan Dattilo On Frances Reid (Sony article)|
|LuvingLumi||Jun 22 2010, 12:21 PM|
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The show isn't the same as it was 5 years ago, let alone 3 years ago...it has a lot of new faces and I think his point is very valid. Remember he use to watch with his grandmother so he knows Days of yesteryear. For example...it's not only John and Marlena that aren't around, but the Horton's are not around either, that is the founding family, WTF? You also have a bunch of new characters and that is fine, but you have them ALL IN frontburner storylines. Bo and Hope the only remaining iconic supercouple left isn't together, Bo is being written like he doesn't have a care in the world (but lately I guess he's coming around). And what other long term characters are left? They got rid of all of them in a matter of a year? John/Marlena, Kayla/Patch, Tony, Lucas? and before that Jack and Jenn/Austin and Carrie and has replaced those salaries with people that weren't in Salem 5 years ago...look at all the characters that are currently on that weren't 5 years ago:
then you can add those that have come in to reprise old rolls or are recasts with ties to Salem:
even if the stories are connected to long time characters it's hard to be invested in new characters when they have virtually no ties to Salem. I think he's right, it's not what it use to be anymore.
Edited by LuvingLumi, Jun 22 2010, 12:25 PM.
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