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Apr 14 2013, 08:03 PM
- December 21, 2007
EJ's finest hour ended in 2007. Everything since then has been shyte, sometimes Pretty shyte, but shyte nonetheless.
- Apr 14 2013, 07:42 PM
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- Apr 14 2013, 08:49 AM
- Apr 14 2013, 12:48 AM
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He still missed out, even though he knew it was his child, just like Will is.
I honestly don't see what EJ missed with Nicole's baby and Will has missed even less.I don't recalll EJ even going to see the baby after the baby was delivered and he went to Sami and offered to have his dead baby's DNA tested just to prove to her that Rafe was a liar.Will was present for the sonogram.He received a copy of the sonogram.I at a loss to recall what Gabi actually refused Will in connection with the baby.I know she chose a name for the baby without consulting Will but until the baby is born,the baby's name is not written in stone and I think if he has strong objections to the name,Gabi would likely reconsider.She is still shown as considering Will a good friend and wanting him to be part of his baby's life.Even Nick is not saying Will is not the biological father,he just doesn' want Will to have legal rights in connection with his daughter.
Pretty much NOT EJ's finest hour. Even after the delivery the only reason he seemed to show up was to get Nicole to admit Rafe was not the father. The only child he did not know he was the father of and died before he knew about it was Grace (while she wasn't really, Sami did not know that at the time). While Baby Ejole fits the Will/Gabi situation a little better than Grace, Grace fits the scenario that EJ described than Baby Ejole. However, rewriting history on this show is nothing new (Nicole being drugged and forced to make porno movies by her father while underage entitles the rest of Salem to call her a porn star and act like it was something she did willingly and consentually, for example).