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Hated the Lady in Red fantasy, too. I liked the more situational fantasies, like Steve's very first one of Kayla, skipping Marlena and RoJohn's wedding in order to be with him (right after he'd seen her with Chris Kositchek, before he became Winston). The fantasies were sappy as all get out (even Kayla's gettin' busy with the bad boy ones) but they were water in the desert back when romances actually took time to build and develop and were built around actual internal conflicts and not just external ones. What worked so well for the Steve and Kayla romance in particular is that the fantasy sequences were often in direct counterpoint to how they were behaving with each other outwardly. That's what made them fun and useful. They kept us 'shipping when all hope seemed lost.
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