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Mar 19 2013, 11:32 AM
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Exactly. Rafe doesn't have an issue with Will and thinks things are great. If he knew the truth about Nick we've been given no reason to think he wouldn't help. I mean, it would take some of the drama out but that doesn't make EJ and Sami less stupid for refusing to do it.
I don't disagree that Rafe would probably help them and I like that they've had Sami almost tell him a couple times because it makes sense to at least consider it. EJ is obviously less trusting of Rafe than Sami so I like that he talked her out of it too. Ultimately though, I get why they're having Ejami go the Stefano route for help rather than the Rafe route. Both create drama, but by having Sami get help from Rafe, they'd reignite the triangle after just resolving it. Plus, I think that the Stefano route can create more far-ranging drama when his involvement leads to all sorts of problems for Ejami, which I assume it will based on Stefano's comments last week. At the end of the day, I feel like either route should create drama, but one leads to more triangle crap and one doesn't.
I guess. Of course, IMO the bigger issue is that this is all story for EJ and Sami and not the characters who this story should be about. I couldn't care less how any of this affects those two. EJ is probably the least relevant to the story and while Sami is relevant, she should be relevant on the side.
Exactly. Thank you. Once again they are making a story all about Sami and it shouldn't be; Ej has no reason to be in this story except for being Sami's newest boyfriend. Will should be confiding in and working with Lucas not listening to his mother who has caused nothing but havoc in this situation. It's all plot driven garbage.
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