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Nov 17 2012, 12:36 PM
- September 11, 2012
- Favorite Current Daytime Soap Opera
- Days of Our Lives
- Favorite Soap Opera of All Time
- Days of Our Lives
- Favorite Current Primetime Soap Opera
- Degrassi, Gossip Girl, Hart of Dixie
- Favorite Primetime Soap Opera of All Time
- Degrassi or Dallas. GG and Hart are great also.
I completely agree. Nice to see that Lucas doesn't care about Will being gay, and as everyone said, Lucas would have truly reacted the same way if Will was with a girl. We remember that he disapporved of Mia. Lucas has had a bad love life, and truly wants his son to be happy. I'm glad about this. Sami also no doubt had something to do with Lucas' feelings on WilSon.
- Nov 15 2012, 02:59 PM
- Nov 15 2012, 02:55 PM
I love the fact that Lucas actually tells Will....if Lucas was truly out to hate on both of them because he disapproved of their relationship, he could have told him that he spoke to Sonny and Sonny told him that what he feels for Will isn't love. But this proves to both, that finally it's not about Lucas not wanting his son to be happy, or not wanting him to be in a gay relationship, it was Lucas being overprotective Lucas...where the lies always are fresh and hurt and that is not what he wanted for his son...
I truly think Lucas's feelings are masked by how he feels about Sami and the fact that she used him this latest go around. He's still heartbroken over that and does not want to see his son go through the same thing. I think when he hears Sonny say he loves Will, he realizes it's not the same. Remember Lucas was confessing love to Sami this go around but she wasn't saying it back. The raw hurt over that coupled with being worried about Will all adds up to this.
I also like that Lucas tells Will that Sonny loves him. If he had kept that piece of info to himself or something else, then it would have seemed like Lucas did not want Will to be with Sonny regardless of whether he loved him or not. Then it really would have been perceived as being about the gay issue, which we now know it's not.