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1/20 - 1/24/03
This week on Passions seemed
to be more of the same old same old. Antonio is in a coma and he has left
instructions for Sheridan to follow regarding his health. He doesn't want
to have Eve administer the medicine that might cure him because it has
more of a chance of leaving him living his life as a vegetable. He gave
Sheridan the choice of saying no, or saying yes and staying with him
forever, being his nursemaid. Some choice, right? Pilar was up in arms,
ranting and raving at Sheridan for not being able to decide right away,
and Luis for wanting her to follow Antonio's wishes by not giving him the
medicine. So far, Pilar has spent three days ranting about this. Ho-hum.
Let's get on with it. Eve, give the medicine to Pilar. She would make a
very nice vegetable. Make it a quiet one, ok? A potato, a squash....either
would be fine. Beth, of course, is slinking around, laying even more blame
on Sheridan, telling her what a horrible person she is, etc. And Mother
Wallace is saying what a horrible person Beth is, but not doing anything
about it. I don't know which is worse - Tweedle Dumb or Tweedle
Theresa finally got Ivy out of
the Crane Mansion. Yea!!! However, she ended up in Sam and Grace's house.
I actually can't wait to see this one play itself out. Meanwhile, back at
the Mansion, Theresa and Fox are having a cozy chat about life, love, and
reality, which is fairly interesting, actually. Theresa is lecturing Fox
on love and how it works, while Fox is telling her she really doesn't
understand it at all. She thinks since Ivy is out of the house, everything
will be fine and she can concentrate on getting Ethan back, and Fox tries
to make her see she pretty much killed any love Ethan had for her by
tossing Mommy out into a blizzard. Will she see the writing on the wall? I
don't think so. The wall could fall on her, and she'd still be trying to
figure out where it came from. This chick is seriously reality challenged,
in my opinion. Oh, well, we'll see where this one goes. Maybe once Ethan
finds out all the things Mommy Dearest has been up to, he might forgive
Theresa and begin seeing her in a new light once again. The isn't really
known for making a decision and standing by it, is he?
In the Bennett household, the
addition of a new guest hasn't made things any better. There is the oldest
daughter, who stormed off into the blizzard, fell and cracked her head
open, and can't get up. There is the husband, who has been rescuing his
old love and mother of his son instead of being home to stop his pregnant
daughter from running out into the storm. One minute Grace is blaming him
for everything, the next she is apologizing sincerely. Is it any wonder
Sam is looking at her as if he's thinking "What the heck is your
problem? Who are you going to be next?" Poor guy
doesn't know which way to turn. Now he runs out looking for Kay, with
David and John in tow. Will they ever find her? Watch next week and see. Maybe. Meanwhile, at the
home front, Grace and Jessica, who have never been decent to Kay before,
all of a sudden are crying about losing her! I am still shaking my head.
"My baby can't be dead" says Grace, with a straight face, and
Jessica joins in the lament. So, all it takes to be considered an
important part of this family is to get lost in a horrible storm?
Personally, I think that's a bit of a high price to pay for the privilege
of eating Tomato Soup Cake at every turn. At the end of the week, we see
Kay has managed to get up at last, and is wandering around town, ending up
at Tabby's window just in time to see her latest pregnancy symptom: she's
floating in midair!! Kay decides Reese was right after all, and Tabby is a
witch. She's going to tell the world about it. Well, hey, Kay. While
you're at it, why not tell the world that Ivy and David are working
together to convince your mother she used to be married to David and she
has a son by him named John. I'll bet they'd rather know that than Tabby's
secret. I'll bet they'd love to know Ivy set it all up so she could get
Sam. I really wish the writers would get a clue, and write some better
dialogue and stories. Maybe later, right? More next week.
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