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|Supergirlx2||Nov 24 2013, 05:30 PM|
"I love you, Aiden. I love you." "I love you."
Almost every actor says "never say never" when people ask if they'd return to Days. And there are a lot of actors that RT Days tweets, regardless of whether they have any intentions of coming back.
There's a difference between a small group of people tweeting over & over and a giant group tweeting once or twice, too. Plus, I doubt a lot of people would tweet her back & say "no. I don't want Eve back in Salem", so it's not surprising that most of the responses have been positive. But Twitter doesn't speak for all the fans. And just like people here have mentioned, there's a possibility that, if Eve did return, she'd be paired with Daniel or would otherwise be brought on for the next round of Dannifer angst. As much as people might want a character back, sometimes it's better not to bring them back because the story plans for that character could be something no one really wanted. I loved geek Nick, but this nu-Nick is terrible, & I almost wish they hadn't re-hired Blake. I would've rather heard that Nick got released from prison & moved to NYC (or wherever) and was doing really well, than this whole stupidity we have now. Somewhat the same goes for Kristen. Most of her return was a complete flop. There was more time spent on Bristen than on any Kristen vs Marlena story.
It's always great to bring back a familiar face & character, don't get me wrong, but if the writers don't know how to properly write for them & don't do their research properly, the return of a beloved/major character from the past could be a complete fail. Relying on a returning actor's familiarity to bring in ratings will only go so far as well.
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