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lysie
Oct 2 2013, 10:46 PM
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Oct 2 2013, 10:40 PM
lysie
Oct 2 2013, 10:34 PM
outrageous
Oct 2 2013, 10:32 PM

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She's talked about doubts, but she really didn't seem to even doubt herself until Shawn died and she got lonely.

And seriously...does gangster even describe Victor?
Well he's not Stephano, but his past is pretty shady. He retired from the mob when the pier disappeared and "shipments" no longer came in lol.
The mob? Dude was a criminal, but the mob? Victor did AWFUL things, and in some ways, IMO, was worse than Stefano. That's not my issue here, lol.

But semantics aside, I don't agree that Caroline regretted her decision or that her situation was really even similar enough to Sami's to bother mentioning. I don't have an issue with Sami and Caroline discussing it, but Caroline's stance on the whole thing is pretty stupid and is actually, IMO, the definition of pimping/propping which I really don't think is even necessary. It kind of defeats the purpose of the couple, IMO.
Idk, there was a bit of that going on around Reilly's second run with Caroline and Victor being stuck together. I don't think Caroline every regretted it, either. She chose a solid husband and raised a solid family. She loved Shawn, or the affair reveal would never have been compelling. She has been shown hating Victor as much as loving him depending on the writers' flavor (Parker switch comes to mind, but that was a giant WTF).

And gangster/mobster can't really describe either Stefano or Victor. They are independent, small town criminals in charge of their own tiny sydicates that may or may not be loosely tied to other, larger organizations. The recent writing claiming them as legitimate mobsters is laughable and has been since 2008.
Edited by Keith, Oct 2 2013, 11:26 PM.
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