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3/3 - 3/7/03
Hey, Passions faithful, we may
actually be seeing some movement this week A triangle was uncovered, maybe
two, some potentially harmful information was delivered, and our resident
psycho is getting wackier by the minute. Red Banner week for Passions?
We started the week with the
latest installment of The Perils of Shuis, having them trapped in the
cottage which Beth had set on fire in an attempt to kill them both. This
girl is really getting waaaay out there, isn't she? She poured gas on the
cottage, knowing Luis and Sheridan were inside, reuniting once again, and
threw a lit match on top. The fire was a little weak, actually, but it
seemed to be enough to knock all sense out of our erstwhile heroes. I kept
wondering why Luis didn't just grab Sheridan and run out the door when he
got it opened. They could have run through those measly flames easily, as
Fox proved when he dove through the window to save them after the fire
really got a start. (And wasn't he heroic?
Gorgeous, intelligent, and nerves of steel, too. What a man!!) Then I
wondered why they wasted time yelling back and forth about how they would
get out instead of picking up one of their many phones and dialing 911 for
help. Then I remembered they were in the kitchen, by the back door, and
that was the only place that was on fire, so why didn't they just go
through to the living room and out the front door? Instead of doing any of
these things that made sense, they hung out in the kitchen yelling until
the roof beam caved in and trapped Sheridan. And did you see the size of
that beam? What kind of cottage is that? That beam was more suited to a
European Castle. It was gigantic!!! Ok, I know. Picky, picky. Anyway,
Shuis was finally rescued by Fox, of course, and Sheridan went to the
hospital to be checked out. Antonio found out she was there and demanded
they put a bed for her in his room, which they did. (Would this work in
any other hospital?) She went for blood work, Luis beat her there and they
got in some smooching before the lab tech. arrived. Antonio was almost
walking in on them when the nurse made him go back to bed and gave him a
sedative. When Shuis went to the room, they found Antonio sleeping like a
baby, so they climbed into her bed, closing the curtain between them and
Tony boy.. Of course, he woke up, looked over, and saw shadows on the
curtain........did they ever show what he saw, and what he thought it was?
Well, I guess we'll find out Monday. I'm sure he'll have some dumb
explanation for what he saw. ("I know exactly what was going on. My
baby brother was just adjusting the sheets on my beautiful wife's bed so
she would sleep more comfortably.") Sheesh!!!
TC and Eve finally had their
time together, and made the most of it, until the club called and told TC
that Whitney was seeded low for the tournament coming up. Of course, he
had to stop making love to his wife and try to come up with a plan to get
her a better seed. (Excuse me, but isn't this the same TC who has been
whining for a few weeks that he never gets to be with Eve?) Then Liz came
in being a doof, and Simone, fresh from her set-to with....Chitney?.....Whad?.....
whatever they call this duo, came in and started trashing Whitney's room.
Oh, what a wonderful scene the discovery by Simone was. She walks in,
expecting to be ravaged by "her boyfriend", only to find him
occupied with her sister!! She went ballistic!! She called Whit every name
in the book, slapped her, screamed, yelled, and wouldn't listen to a thing
they said to her. They finally told her they had been in love for a year,
and Chad had only let her think he was her boyfriend, but he really
wasn't. Not my favorite scene of the day, but at least the truth is out.
Well, sort of. Even from the horse's mouth this girl won't try to believe he never loved her!
I can't wait to see what TC does when he finds out. Well, we know what
he'll do. It is TC after all.
Rebecca and Julian took the
million dollars to the guy who had the goods on Theresa, and he pulled a
gun on Julian! Seems he used to work for Julian, and he was a whistle
blower as to the way Alistair and Julian ran their business. He gave them
what they wanted, finally, but later, talking with Liz, he said he had
come to Harmony to get back at the Cranes, so I am wondering if the
information he gave them is on the up and up. I hope not. I like Theresa
as the Queen of the Mansion, and I love the discomfort she brings to
Julian, Rebecca, Ivy, and Gwen. And I'd like to see Rebecca taken down a
peg or two. I'm still wondering what the dirt is, but since it seemingly
came from the Bahamas I think it could relate to their marital status, or
whether they actually did the deed and Lil Ethan is his or Big Ethan's. I
prefer the latter, especially since they supposedly checked all the legal
angles of their marriage and found everything to be on the up and up.
Again, tune in next week.
Kay and Tabby again stole the
show, in my opinion. They work so well together, and seem to be
developing a kind of affection for each other. And the new baby....what on
earth is that about? I have my thoughts about who the mother-to-be might
be, but you'll have to go check the predictions to find that out. I will
only say that it sounds like it is going to be a blessing to the parents,
since Tabby says it will mess up her plans for pain and sorrow for
Harmony. I loved her bald look, and how she fell to pieces. A little
hokey, but funny, none the less. And Kay's reaction was priceless. Deanna
is such a good actress. She never ceases to amaze me. A close second in
the show-stealing department was Mom Wallace's hilarious drop and wiggle,
nose-pecking attempted call to 911! She is really a hoot, isn't she? Great
acting on Kathleen's part, too. As a matter of fact, I don't think I have
one real complaint about any of the acting on this week's shows, nor on
the story movement. By the way, did anyone catch the veiled references to
the show's slower-than-slow story movement on Thursday's show? Rewind and
listen closely. It was great. And I feel I must say the same for the show
this week. (Oh, Lord, I must be sick. Anyone got a thermometer I can
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