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Nov 3 2011, 02:33 PM
♥ LUCAS ♥
- December 1, 2009
- Favorite Current Daytime Soap Opera
- Days of Our Lives
- Favorite Soap Opera of All Time
- Days of Our Lives
- Favorite Current Primetime Soap Opera
- Revenge, Sons of Ararchy, Scandal
- Favorite Primetime Soap Opera of All Time
- The Sopranos
- Twitter ID
- YouTube ID
ITA...WE are the customers....basic customer service rule....make the customers HAPPY....if the customers aren't happy they don't do what you want them to do, whether it's to shop at your store, go back to that doctor with the bitchy secretary or view your program, it's up to THEM to please us. If I don't like what I'm seeing, then I can choose to continue watching it out of habit and hoping it gets better, or just say, I'll pick and choose my Days of watching until I have nothing that interests me anymore and I stop watching all together. They should be happy that at least some of us are giving this show a chance again after being screwed over one time too many. The stories aren't compelling, they are frankly a bit boring and the ONLY thing that I appreciate is that I recognize the faces now....I couldn't say that about 6 months ago.
- Nov 3 2011, 02:25 PM
- Nov 3 2011, 01:45 PM
- Nov 2 2011, 09:20 PM
You know? I keep reading where people here and elsewhere on other boards say, "I'll watch today, but not tomorrow." Or, "I won't watch any episode with so-and-so on, just the other couples I like." Well, if people keep just watching here and there, the show is bound for cancellation. Don't you people have ANY idea that you have to support the ENTIRE show to keep the ENTIRE show on the air?!?!?!?!? Days is the ENTIRE cast, not just your favorite couple or actor or story lines! GET REAL! If this show gets cancelled, there should not be any moaning and lamenting from any of the posters who watch, "only such and such episodes!!!"
when the show gets cancelled the person to blame will be Ken Corday, not me or anyone else on this board. If the entire show was watchable, I'd watch it but it ain't so I don't.
The responsibility to save this show from cancellation lies on the shoulders of Ken Corday -- not the fans. It's asinine to suggest that viewers should feel obligated to watch every single episode
and every single scene
even when the stories suck in the name of being a "good fan." That's ridiculous. Why should fans have to put forth more effort in trying to enjoy the show than the writers do in making it watchable?
How about writing a good show and getting fans to tune in that way? Is that so foreign a concept?