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|Will&Sonny||Jan 30 2013, 05:43 PM|
No, it wasn't a typo. While the conversation had mainly been about Allie at the point of my post, the post that I was responding to (as the quoted portion of my post indicated) seemed to heavily imply that Lucas should be grateful to E.J. for saving his life.
I completely disagree with that implication. No one -- least of all Lucas -- should be expected to give E.J. a free pass on raping Sami simply because he deigned to do a good deed afterward, like it was some sort of penance or something. Raping Sami was not required in order to save Lucas' life. As I said before, it wasn't Gummiberry Juice. He didn't rape Sami because he knew that raping someone would give the superhuman strength that he would need to save Lucas' life. It wasn't some noble sacrifice for the greater good. He didn't take one for the team. He committed a cruel act simply because he could, and the fact that he deigned to hold up his end of the bargain after committing that act really has no bearing whatsoever on how Lucas, Allie, or anyone else should feel about him for committing that act in the first place.
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