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|Dee-anne||Mar 3 2013, 03:12 PM|
I understand that you prefer they don't. What I am saying is that I can't switch off my understanding of what is right and what is wrong simply because I am watching a show. It's there, it is part of me and It plays a huge part in whether or not I route for a character or characters. Nobody is perfect, and I am not expecting perfection in the characters.
When EJ kidnapped Sydney and watched as Sami cried over the loss, I thought that was bad, but it was a story and I was watching to see what happened next. I did not have a problem when Sami found out what he did to her and retaliated by shooting him in the head. I was definitely not one of the people that was condemning her for doing so, because that was terrible what he did to her. Attempted murder was a little extreme but, I understood, when looking back at all he had done to her before that. He should not have been allowed to get away with what he did, so payback was fine. Where I have a problem with this EJ and Sami saga, is when these wirters are trying to tell me that these two love each other, after I and many others have witnessed all the things they have done to each other. That is not love, and it is wrong to overlook all these things and try and paint it as love. Not buying it, and never will. I hate seeing them together, even more than Daniel and Jennifer.
Nick is flawed but, I am definitely loving him in the Gabi/Will story. Sami I cannot stand. I hate her attitude, and her nastiness towards Gabi.
I also do not like it that the writers turn Brady , into such an idiot to tell their story. Do they have to turn one character into an idiot, in order for the other one to look smart. It spoils my enjoyment of the story. Most of my criticismn is aimed at the writers. They have some good actors on this show, and they are not utilising them properly.
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