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2/7 - 2/11
OK, I am just going to say it. I have been arguing
with myself all night and today about whether I should do it or forget it,
but it's like having an itchy nose right when the guy snaps your family
reunion picture - ya gotta do what ya gotta do! So, here goes, and
my apologies to anyone offended by it. My nominee for the funniest
scene of the week is - Theresa rolling off the ramp and landing in the
snow after yelling at her father for absolutely nothing. I mean, I
was rolling on the floor when I saw that. Number one, it was just so
darn funny to watch, and number two, it was such a great example of Karma
in action. Now, I know saying that is not exactly nice, but come on
- you know it was funny! And she just laid there like a lump, not
even trying to move. LOL!! I'm sorry, but it just had to be
one of the funniest moments of all time on this show, and it wasn't even
meant to be that way.
All right, now that my evil side has won out, let's get
back to the week-at-hand. I am pretty happy with the way things went
this week, for the most part, and I just hope it will continue going the
way they made it seem to be going. First and foremost, Sheridan
finally figured out Marty is her son. Now, I know, Luis was already
looking as if he was getting ready to call the funny farm admittance
clerk, but I am holding out hope that it will end up with Beth being shown
for the monster she is. I don't know how no one can see that
Sheridan and Marty are like two peas in a pod except the elf at the Santa
picture place. How can Luis not see it, or especially Katherine.
My gosh, I know she deserted her kids and didn't give a hoot about them
for all those years, but she has to have a clear picture of each of them
in her head and should be able to compare that with the baby. I
mean, I have six kids and I can pull their baby faces up at will, any time
I want to, and I can see parts of the ones who have kids themselves in
those kids, so how can Katherine not? I don't know, it's just so
confusing to me. But, back to this week's story, I thought Beth was
going to bust a gut when Sheridan told her she knows. And at the
end, when she told Luis Marty is theirs, Beth looked like she just ran
face-first into a brick wall. I've never seen anyone contort their
face like that in real life so I don't know how she managed it, but it was
a sight, that's for sure. And for goodness sake, why doesn't Edna
just spit it out? She has to know Beth's threats mean nothing if
she's locked up in jail and if she turns her daughter in she would be
exonerated of any part she had in it all, so there's no down side for her.
Hopefully the story will continue and the truth will be shown finally, but
I have a sinking feeling it's going to be another of the false starts this
show is so famous for and it will run out of steam in a week or so, ending
with Sheridan institutionalized and Beth free to chase Luis forever more.
Well, just when I thought we had Gwen pegged as a faker,
she goes berserk over a picture of Theresa and Ethan, then tears him out
and tapes him to a chair and tries to feed him dinner! I wonder what
she did with all that food, by the way. I can't see her eating it,
but I can see her getting upset and worried if Ethan doesn't.
Anyway, I am back to wondering is she or isn't she again. I see
someone has found her and since her mother helps her get on a plane to
leave town, I am assuming it's her. Gwen didn't seem too upset to
see her, but she did show she knows she's doing the wrong thing by trying
to hide the baby from her. Of course, Monday might have the hiding
movement disappear, replaced with a huge smile and welcoming greetings.
I just can't get over the nerve of Rebecca Hotchkiss-Crane, that's for
sure. She really does think she and Gwen can do anything they want
to, no matter who it hurts, yet she has fits if she thinks anyone else has
gotten the best of them, screaming and accusing and seeking revenge.
What a nut case she is, right? I do enjoy her comedic scenes, for
the most part, but the rest of her time on screen is just a waste, in my
opinion. She is so hateful and egotistical she just isn't enjoyable
at all then. She is a cold hearted witch (sorry, Tabitha) and needs
to be brought down a peg or two hundred. I want to see her lose for
once, end up with nothing, and her daughter, too. They both deserve
it for what they've done, and as I've said before, even though Theresa has
done hurtful things to Gwen throughout the years, she never did it to be
hateful, only to speed "fate" along. There is a
difference, even though it might be a very slight one. As I said,
however, I am tiring of Theresa at this point, as witnessed by my joy at
seeing her fall on her face on Friday, and I hope I never have to hear her
whine about being paralyzed again. Yes, I know, not much chance of
that, but a girl can wish, can't she?
Another good sign this week was Whitney finally accepting
help and comfort from Eve at long last. A girl needs her mother
when she's pregnant under any circumstances, but add what she is going
through to the mix and it makes staying close to her mother an imperative.
Eve was so happy to have her daughter hug her at last and it made my eyes
tear up to see it. I just hope this holds up and Liz can't manage to
get between them again when she finds out. Liz needs to find a deep
hole and jump in, taking a teaspoon with her so she can dig the rest of
the way to China. Whitney needs to stay close to her mother and let
her help. I am praying Alistair has "cooked the books", so
to speak, and Chad really isn't Eve's son, but then I wonder what Fox will
do. Although, as sneaky as Valerie is she might work well with him
if he decides to continue fighting for the company, and I'm sure he would
if he lost Whitney to Chad after all. Oh, the possibilities!
I guess Katherine is leaving on her own, helped by
Alistair. So, what's his angle? You know he's not doing this
out of the goodness of his heart by any means, so there has to be
something he expects to get from it, but I just don't know what.
Upsetting Martin, yeah, and Sheridan and Julian too, but somehow that
doesn't seem to be enough of a payoff for him. There has to be
something else he is expecting to come out of it, but as I said, I just
can't figure what. I was so disappointed that he managed to get the
monitors off before Luis and Co. got a chance to see them. I just
kept wondering why they didn't stay and mess with the remote a while
longer and try to get it to flip to the closed circuit feeds. It
doesn't seem like it would be that hard, but who knows. And another
thing I've wondered about is why no one looked for all those disks he took
back from Luis? The information is in the computer at this point and
they should be able to find it all, yet no one bothered to put out the
effort to even try to find them while Alistair was at death's door.
That doesn't make sense to me at all. Oh, well, one more of many
things that don't.
I was touched by Martin's joy this week when he told Pilar
that Luis asked him to monitor the police transmissions. It almost
made me feel sorry for him. Well, that and Theresa haranguing him
like a fishwife for something her mother did. Pilar really messed
up, in my opinion. It was nice of her to take coffee out to Martin,
especially since he was left out in the snow while everyone else was in
the warm house, but why, oh why, did she have to bring up Katherine at
that point? Did she really think he would allow her to blame
Katherine for everything when he never has before? All she had to do
was give him the coffee and then talk about the search, or the night sky,
or the snow, or whatever. My Grandma always told me you catch more
flies with honey than you do with vinegar, so I think Pilar just needs to
be her sweet, lovable self and if Martin has the least bit of interest in
her still he will see her as the woman he loved before he left and those
feelings might resurface. Screeching at him every time she sees him
will only keep him focused on Katherine, so if Pilar wants her hubby back
she'd better start using better bait. Anyway, his joy at being able
to talk to his son, make a connection, was really a great thing to see.
I am not a fan of his or Katherine's, as you all know, but I like happy
things as much as the next person and that was a happy time, until Theresa
came storming out after him. She did get hers for acting that way,
but it was still a real downer. The man is trying to help her find
the child Gwen stole, which is what she says she wants more than anything,
yet she treats him like that for no good reason. What a loser.
OK, that's enough complaining for this week. As I said,
things looked fairly good at week's end, so let's hope the next week
continues in that vein, and even if Luis does figure Sheridan has gone off
the deep end, let's hope they do that DNA test this time to prove her
wrong, only they'll find out she isn't. And let's hope Rebecca's
plan to help Gwen escape falls through and Baby Jane goes home to her real
mother, if only to stop her incessant whining for a while.
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