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Apr 24 2013, 12:14 PM
- June 16, 2007
THIS MUST HAPPEN!
- Apr 24 2013, 08:09 AM
- Apr 24 2013, 12:31 AM
I was braced for Jennifer and Daniel and hoping for the best but doomed to disappointment again.I hated the smug look on Jennifer's face while Daniel was telling the nanny how important Jennifer was in Parker's life and while they were in the living room of the house.I was happy when Jennifer went to hug Parker after Daniel told him to thank her and Parker did not even look up.My eyes rolled so hard they hurt while Jennifer and Maggie were talking.Jennifer talking about how she understood Maggie attacking her since had to "appear heartless" because she could not bear coming between Daniel and Parker although she was sorry she had to use Jack.Maggie talking about her selfless precious Jennifer Rose and how Jack would want her to move on now since she had loved him so much while he was alive.Jennifer referring to Chloe Lane in that dismissive tone of voice after Chloe apologized to her and Daniel and practically told Jennifer she was happy to have her in Parker's life.Jennifer has had such a smug gloating look on her face since she and Daniel got back together I just want to slap her.If they are not going to backburner Jennifer/Daniel,their scenes and any scenes involving Maggie need to be kept to a bare minimum.
The only time I like Jennifer in this episode was when she was with Abby and Maxine.
Jen-Jen Triumphant has always been revolting to watch. I've never liked the smug expression she sports when she gets everything she wants, usually at someone else's expense. I'm hoping that JJ wipes that expression right off her self-satisfied puss when he comes back and gives her grief for not
grieving for Jack. I'd also love for him to do some investigating, discover his amnesiac dad is still alive, and bring him home. I'd be in total ecstasy if JJ then blasted the whole town for pushing his mother to move on with Dr. Hump&Dump when his father was actually out there, waiting to be found. "Everyone says Dad would want Mom to move on and be happy. There's just one problem with that: Dad's still alive."