Questions & Comments by
Michele & Cheryl
8/8/11 - 8/12/11
Victor really had a lot of nerve
expecting Stefano to believe that Brady was provoked to attack EJ.
Would Victor accept that excuse if EJ attacked Brady?
Weíre going to answer that by saying no.
Speaking of Brady, he thought EJ wanted
to meet him as a trap. Didnít
EJ have a right to retaliate against Brady after what he did to him? Weíre not on EJís side at all, but we have to call them
as we see them. EJ would have a
right to go after Brady since he attacked him.
Marco wasnít thinking.
He should have waited to shoot.
He might not have shot Maggie by mistake if he had thought before he
shot. He should have waited
until he saw the gun in Victorís hand before he fired the gun.
Why does everything have to go back to
Melanie? Carly has a drug
addiction and it affects Melanie. Maggie
was shot and that affects Melanie too.
We donít care for Melanie so we donít need to see her involved in
Melanie blamed Victor for what happened
to Maggie. Did she forget that Brady started everything by attacking EJ in
the first place? Victor was
only trying to smooth things over after what Brady did.
Also, if Maggie hadnít followed Victor, she wouldnít have been
shot. Melanie just wanted to point the finger of blame at someone,
but she pointed it at the wrong person.
Who was Melanie to get upset with Brady
when he wanted to reach out to her? She
was the one who helped him cover up the attack on EJ.
She is just as responsible for what happened to Maggie because she
didnít say anything.
Itís time for Lexie to consider
getting out of the medical profession.
She froze and thought about the bullet that was in Maggie.
The time she wasted could have made a difference.
Did she hesitate because she wanted to keep Maggie quiet after all?
Why did Roman feel that Bo and Hope had
a conflict of interest when they wanted to investigate what happened to
Maggie? The DiMeras did worse
to Rafe, but Roman allowed him to investigate the shooting.
Rafe has a conflict of interest too so he shouldnít be on the case
We arenít buying EJís sudden martyr
act. He is just as despicable
as his father. We donít
believe that EJ has changed. He
only cared that Maggie was shot because he thought that Taylor would hate
him for it.
Chad will regret that he didnít want
to work things out with Charles Woods.
Now Charles wants to make all of the DiMeras pay for it.
Chad will be looking for help from Charles once the DiMeras are in
trouble. Chad would deserve it
if Charles punished him harder than the rest of the DiMeras.
EJ was really trying to prove that
heís a martyr by taking the blame for Maggieís shooting.
The writers are going overboard trying to convince us that EJ is a
changed man. We donít believe
that heís changed. He just
wants to look like a saint.
was Chad so concerned with EJ being with Taylor?
Did he forget that EJ is married to Nicole?
He wasnít this vocal about him making sure EJ worked on his
marriage the way he is about his relationship with Taylor.
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