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Nov 30 2012, 03:36 PM
Why would Nick be empathetic to Sharon for burning down his childhood home? Adam didn't care. Sharon needs to go to the doctors office before she can be helped. Instead she is going to Adam and her son, neither of them are a help. She panics in public places. If Noah really wants to help his mom, he should personally take her to the doctor himself.
Nick is acting like a human with a heart right now, mild stuff he's dealing with. But we can't expect him to wrap his arms around her, pat her on the head and say it's okay.
Somethings can't be replaced no matter how many millions you have. Your 30 year old son can't replace the picture he drew for you when he was 5.
I know it's a soap but you know what I'm saying.
I'm not implying Nick would pat Sharon on the head and say it's ok. I'm hoping it will be a lightbulb moment for him--knowing that something is seriously
wrong--Sharon would never burn down the Newman Ranch, a place that has so many great memories for them and their children as well.
I want Nick to be the first to find out, because it could possibly be a turningpoint for Sharon and Nick, bringing them closer.

Edited by bellajewel, Nov 30 2012, 04:17 PM.
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