Merry Christmas, everyone, I hope your holidays are wonderful!
Alison Sweeney (Sami) did an excellent job this week. She is an extremely talented young lady who is on her way to
becoming a soap opera legend. Alison was doing some of the best physical acting fighting off the serial killer and
Lucas; I was in admiration of her performance. Then she changed direction
and was able to cry right up there with the soap veterans. I believe that, more performances like this, and Alison will be well known in entertainment business.
Sami's constant accusations of John and Kate are getting a little exhausting; she is almost as annoying now as Shawn was about
Rex. Maybe now since the serial killer attacked Sami, she will lighten up a little and not rant on and on about John and Kate.
A lot of the suspects were eliminated this week as people were being attacked.
The seven suspects were being checked off, which is great because now only 40% of Salem could be the killer. I think it would have been incredibly interesting if Belle would have called her father about the killer attacking
people and couldn't get a hold of him on the phone; some suspicion could have piled up on dear father John.
I was reading the interview that James E. Reilley gave for the New York Post, and he stated that the final victim would shock and outrage the fans. I have only a few ideas on who the final victim could be. First, I thought who would I be most likely shocked that he would
kill--Alice! I think it would be a slap in the face to Frances Reid, who has been on the show since the beginning, to be done in by the serial killer. Although that is horrible, my second thought was Marlena. I really don't even want to go there.
I'm still waiting for a better reason for Jan to be back in Salem. It would be better if Shawn liked Jan before she left Salem. It is just aggravating watching this story because the Belle, Shawn, and Jan thing has been done; let's not do it again. They don't need conflict by Jan; they could have used the conflict of one of them pushing the other to have sex, and causing problems that way, not by bringing back a character nobody cares about.
My final thought this week on the serial killer is, where is Phillip during all these
attacks? I don't recall ever seeing Phillip when the attacks are going on--could he be the killer?
Hey, It's just what I think!
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