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Feb 3 2013, 04:13 PM
- May 6, 2010
So far, EJ has had one conversation with Will and put a custody lawyer on retainer. I don't classify that as major involvement.
- Feb 3 2013, 03:23 PM
- Feb 3 2013, 03:13 PM
- Harlee Kin
- Feb 3 2013, 03:00 PM
- Feb 3 2013, 02:28 PM
Sami is the one threatening and bringing in the threat of a custody battle and throwing out the unfit mother allegations. Nick may want to be the baby's father, and he will be the stepfather, but the only reason he took the role was Will didn't want to lose Sonny so he didn't want to admit paternity. Should Nick have consented to being HALF a dad? I mean, until Chad opened his mouth Will was keeping silent. Should Nick had to have called him every time a parental decision was being made? As far as Rafe, he's protecting his pregnant sister. He also didn't threaten Will with taking away custody. What is EJ doing there? Ummm...no good answer for.that one. Hey, Corday himself said Sami sticking her nose in would make things worse. Well" here we go.
EJ and Sami are there because the writers and producers know that given their characters, there is no stock in investing in their onscreen romance and they need something to do.
Doesn't every character need something to do? I mean, why have characters on the show if you're not going to create something for them to do? Sami is going to be an antagonist on Will's side, just like Nick will be one on Gabi's side and antagonists who create drama are necessary. Kate could arguably play the same role on Will's side, but it makes more sense for it to be his mother IMO. And it also makes sense that EJ's involved in the story because of his relationships with both Sami and Will.
I mean, if this was a custody battle between Dannifer and Chloe, I'd wonder why the hell Ejami were involved. But between Will and Gabi? Of course they're involved.
but why ej seem more important than kate or lucas for that matter
unless ej will turn on will i do not get the point of him big part of the story