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|chinkybig||May 16 2013, 12:26 AM|
Thanks for bringing this up. Thinking about it, yes, I agree! I remember watching the 1984-ish episodes when Jennifer was first in town being the rebel teen. I loved that storyline back then, especially because she has a great brother in Mike and cool grandparents like Alice and Tom. I was thinking, hey, it's so cool to keep getting in trouble when you have this overprotective big brother who will always have your back, and grandparents who never seem to lose their cool and still love you no matter what kind of trouble you get into. Mind you, when teenage Jennifer straightened up, she was actually bullied in school. Love that storyline, too.
(Teenage Jen-jen circa 1984 is wayyy better than trying-to-be teenage Jen-jen now). :blulaugh:
That being said, JJ is actually a character that I have liked from the get-go in a long, long time (and since we are talking about Days, let's not even go there on how long it has been, haha). He is a very interesting character and a very blank canvass that can go either way. He's not goody-too-shoes, and he's not evil, either. Best thing is that he is in his teens, if the character is developed very well, hopefully, he is for the long-term.
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