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Nov 17 2012, 08:30 PM
I miss Jack Deveraux. Bring Back Matthew Ashford.
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I was thinking that after his clinical trial fails and then Jennifer needs urgent medical attention, he will miraculously recover to save her life again :rolleyes: and she'll be eternally grateful. They'll claim their true love connection helped cure his shaky hands and they'll all live happily ever after..until the next triangle or faux angst. :drunk:
- Nov 17 2012, 08:15 PM
- Nov 17 2012, 04:12 PM
- Nov 17 2012, 04:02 PM
Why must Jennifer always be in dire need for heep? Why does she always need saving. She is do damn needy, she's not worth saving anymore. Daniel saving her for the 100x is not going make this pairing any more likable. Jennifer is the one that needs the suicide SL, not this insta medical help so Daniel can ride in on his high horse and save the day. I betcha Jennifer ate was it seefood or shell fish, whatever dan gave the last time she needed medical help. I have no faith in TomSell's writing to come up with anything remotely interesting.
I bet it's something that Dr Dan needs steady hands for (cut pinkie) and he'll be so upset that he cant help her that he'll enrol in the clinical trials and be eternally grateful to St Jen for being so selfless and caring as to save his career. She in turn will be amazed and touched by his compassion and grief at not being able to stitch her cut finger. They will tell each other how perfect and faultless they are because it's true love :sarcasm:
Yeah, I was thinking pretty much the same thing. Except that I think the spoilers for the previous week are all about how Daniel enrolls in the clinical trial but then is told it didn't work. Now I have to say that I've never heard of a clinical trial being a make-or-break, one-time thing that's over in less than a week since it usually involves pharmaceuticals that have to be monitored over time. But, hey, this is Days.
I guess Daniel ends the previous week feeling bummed so Jennifer is determined to cheer him up. And there's nothing that cheers Daniel up more (or turns him on more) than a female in need of medical attention.