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|Nikki’s Biggest Storyline Yet on Y&R!|
|Topic Started: Feb 22 2013, 08:48 AM (900 Views)|
|Daytime||Feb 22 2013, 08:48 AM Post #1|
Last week Nikki informed her family that she has been diagnosed with MS. JG says they are working on something with really high stakes, medically, for Nikki, Victor and their family. They are impassioned with the idea of MS for a number of reasons. However, the main reason is that the illness doesn't have to be a death sentence. It is something that can be handled and sometimes goes into remission on its own. Griffith says this story is something that “also presents a challenge for her relationship with Victor.” We can look for Victor to be impacted in ways we may not expect. “Their family will need to be strong and compassionate, not just for Nikki but for themselves.” Nikki will also find support from Katherine, who’s also has health issues. It will bring them closer. “Y&R is prepared to see this story through,” notes Griffith. This is something that Nikki will have to always live with.
For more details pick up the March 4th issue of Soap Opera Digest.
Edited by Daytime, Feb 22 2013, 08:50 AM.
|Superwoman||Feb 22 2013, 10:41 AM Post #2|
||Ya.. We all know how the Fen/Jamie story ended... Or Sharon bipolar... All she has to do is take one pill and she is healed.... Please... Do some research first on MS Griffith.... :shrug:|
|Ejole Lifer||Feb 22 2013, 11:23 AM Post #3|
||I think this should have happened to someone else, preferably a male.|
|natdot99||Feb 25 2013, 11:39 AM Post #4|
Add Adam blindness, Victor multiple memory losses, Jack's back pain, Tucker brain injury.
She will be in remission after May sweeps, IMO.
|BlissfulLily||Feb 25 2013, 07:28 PM Post #5|
We should send them a book "Basic Medicine for Dummies." This stuff does not heal over night, or one pill, or one therapy session. Wish I could heal that damned fast.
Gotta wonder if some of the actors/actresses tell the writers, ' I don't wanna be sick that long.' Or pick your ailment. The most convincing was Jack's dry-out with the drugs.
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