Thursday, January 31, 2013

Can we get a No Vampire story zone?

Would someone drive a heart through this vampire storyline and kill it quickly?  I truly hate this kind of stuff.  It is what gives daytime drama a bad name.  There wasn't some other way to incorporate Lucy Coe and this kid Rafe who I'm assuming must be the latest Q heir into the storyline?

Otherwise the show is great but you know what people focus on and never forget - the crazy stuff. This is getting crazy.

Also, everyone loves a good murder mystery IF you care about the deceased. Now you can care in that you like them and will miss them or you can care in that you hated them and glad they are gone.  You don't care if the character showed up yesterday and gets stabbed today.  I suppose someone remembers this woman and it matters to them, but to many of us, we don't know her and we don't care.

The kid seems likeable enough and that may help this along but right now I wish today could just be erased.

What I really want to get back to is the ELQ fight.  I'm delighted to see Tracy and Luke scheming.  I love the two of them together in whatever relationship they can get.  I was starting to like Kate/Connie until today but I think that will be temporary.  I particularly enjoyed her scenes with Tracy and their bonding.

I so hope Patrick hear everything Dr. West Nile had to say to Sabrina.  She is the character I thought they might kill off but then we would all be so glad to see her go!

Actually I was hoping Kristina would have something to do with the murder or just anything that might get rid of her. Keep her in lockup, send her to Ferncliff, I really don't care.  Just get rid of her!  And please, please don't give her any more scenes where she has to get emotional.  Again, the bad stuff is what sticks in your mind.

So I'll try to leave on a good note.   I'm starting to enjoy watching A.J.  Monica was on yesterday; Molly was back on today and admitted that her family is too dramatic. If they are too dramatic for Mollly and her imagination, that is really saying something!

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