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May 5 2014, 04:16 AM
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- August 16, 2013
- Favorite Current Daytime Soap Opera
- Favorite Current Primetime Soap Opera
Man I liked that movie.
- May 4 2014, 10:46 PM
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- May 4 2014, 07:45 PM
For me personally, Sami has forgiven and forgotten THE most unforgivable, disgraceful, hateful, awful things a person can do - which I think is ridiculous and totally un-Sami-like ... but for HER, cheating has always been the WORST thing, because of her mom & John ... so if after ALL that she has forgiven of EJ, she could scrape the bottom of the barrel to manage to forgive this, too ... well I realize some people think that shows how true and deep their love is, but for ME personally, it would show a complete lack of self-respect and dignity, and simply rolling over and taking whatever he throws at her because she is simply not strong enough anymore to stand on her own. Which makes me very, very sad.
I can't stand Sami - and I won't apologize for hating a fictional character because I actually have a great deal of respect for AS as a mom/wife/etc...but perhaps, IF the scenario you described comes to fruition, Sami finds it in her heart to FINALLY forgive - REALLY forive - both Marlena and John for their affair...that could clear the path for them to reconcile (especially with John in the hospital) as well as provide Sami a plus-one in the grow-the-hell-up department. It might also provide Sami the maturity (if one could call it that) to forgive EJ...with the stipulation that if he EVER cheats again, they'll find parts of him scattered throughout North America.
I might be down with that if not for the countless other atrocities he committed against her and her loved ones. That's my point. I'm thinking the cheating will be the final straw. If it's not ... it sends the message that nothing will be. IMO, of course.
And for the record, I would love for Sami to finally, really truly forgive John & Marlena. I just don't think forgiving them means she should forgive EJ, because how much is one person really supposed to take from a man who claims to love her?
Here is a quote from the movie the Mexican that can answer your question perfectly.
"I have to ask you a question. It's a good one so think about it. If two people love each other, but they just can't seem to get it together, when do you get to that point of enough is enough?
I love that quote. It fits Ejami IMO.