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SOD/SOW: Daniel proposes to Chloe; 9/29 issues; Summary of Articles
Topic Started: Sep 16 2009, 02:27 PM (5,398 Views)
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Ellie
Sep 16 2009, 02:27 PM
"a great, torturous struggle"
Hee. I think they used similar language last week and I believe the credit goes to IMissAremid for pointing out that was a perfect description of the storyline.

Well, at least Lucas and Chloe will FINALLY be over. I'll deal with my non-fondness for Danloe later.

Thanks for posting, Ellie!
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Ellie
Sep 16 2009, 02:34 PM
Ok, I don't usually make comments on these, but:

1) I HATE when religion is used like this. How convenient that Chloe finds the one priest who would tell her to throw away her marriage for the guy she's been cheating with.

2) How convenient that now we find out that Lucas and Chloe's relationship was purely rebound. Wish we'd known that last December when Chloe was formally accepted into the Horton family, and Chloe and Lucas dominated the holiday shows.

3) Shawn Christian just cracks me up. With Nadia's quotes, I see a bit of sarcasm or tongue-in-cheek phrasing, but Shawn C often sounds as intelligent as his character. That last quote is just...

4) It's so funny that the show seems to be banking on this couple as their big romantic/sexual draw, but it seems that for the most part, the audience is either indifferent to them or dislikes them intensely.

Guess it's silly to hope that they'll get married and move out of town? :frownie:
1. Yes, I'd like to know a little bit more about Father Matt's school of theology. Plus, didn't God force Chloe to marry Lucas in order to keep him alive? Is Lucas going to die now because Chloe took the word of a lesser official to release her from her promise to God? I mean, really. It was stupid then and it's stupid now.

2. I too wish we'd found out Lucas and Chloe's relationship was a rebound way, way sooner. Like, back in July '08 would have been nice.
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Ellie
Sep 16 2009, 03:01 PM
Paxton
Sep 16 2009, 02:48 PM
1. Yes, I'd like to know a little bit more about Father Matt's school of theology. Plus, didn't God force Chloe to marry Lucas in order to keep him alive? Is Lucas going to die now because Chloe took the word of a lesser official to release her from her promise to God? I mean, really. It was stupid then and it's stupid now.
Thank you - I was trying to remember how Chloe's newfound faith originally factored in to her relationship with Lucas. Totally agree with you.
Wait a minute though . . . I think there's a loophole. Lucas and Chloe got married at a JP in Vegas, NOT in church--thus, God didn't join them together so man can sunder them. And maybe Chloe figures she already violated her promise since surely God meant to marry in CHURCH, and since Lucas still hasn't died God isn't mad. Let's just say that's exactly as theologically sound as the original story.
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