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1/16/06 - 1/20/06
This week was pretty much a mixed bag, with some things I
enjoyed a lot, and some things I could have done without. But, at
least we didn't have Alistair yakking up a blue streak, then choking up or
going into cardiac arrest before he could spit out the name of the person
who stabbed him. Thank God for small favors, I guess.
I enjoyed the Kay/Fox story. I'm not sure whether to
laugh, cry, or scratch my head, but at least it's interesting, and
somewhat different, too, so I give it a thumbs up. Poor Fox was so
happy about proposing to the woman he loves, and he simply couldn't think
about business or anything else once he decided he was going to do it.
His deliberating over the choice of rings was cute, and I actually loved
the part where Fancy came in and kind of took over. She told him
which ring to get Kay - and it turned out, at the end of the week, to be
just the right one, too - and was so happy for him it was totally
endearing. Now, if you read these opinions at all, you know what a
shock that is for me to say.
Fancy just seemed to lead her brother around by the hand,
showing him what to do and how to do it, and even when to do it, then
stood back, beaming with happiness. I really liked the fact that she
cared, number one, and that she got such a kick out of helping him out,
number two. It gave a flicker of hope that she really could be
a normal, decent human being, given the chance. I'm so used to her
being the whining, grouchy, Spoiled Little Rich Girl that seeing her this
way is really refreshing, and I liked it.
Now, even with her help, things didn't go smoothly for our
Fox. Poor guy had Fate going against him, or the stars, one or the
other. Actually, it was the planetary alignment that done him in, or
at least that's what Tabitha told Kay. It seems it's simply not the
right time for her to accept his proposal, and unless she wants to lose
him forever she has to wait until the planets are all just right before
she does. Poor girl, she just can't catch a break.
Anyway, when Tabby first told her about the problem with
the planets, Kay wasn't worried because she figured he was nowhere near
wanting to take that step yet. Too bad she didn't look in the Magic
Water Bowl and see him poring over the attaché case full of diamond rings!
But, she had no idea what was up and was just happy as could be that she
wasn't just going to lose him outright. There was still hope for
their love, and she was thrilled about that.
To make a long story short, when Fox was going to propose
to Kay in Tabby's living room, with a full audience, Fancy talked him into
taking her to a romantic restaurant, wining and dining her, and THEN
popping the question, so off they went to the Seascape. Everything
seemed to be going perfectly, with Tabby watching on her magic TV, until
the old witch realized he had the engagement ring at the ready, called Kay
and warned her, and the whole thing went haywire.
He had the ring put into a parfait, which Kay ate like
Little Miss Piggy, even shocking Fox at her voraciousness, but when she
found the ring she quickly stuffed it back in the chocolaty mess and
dragged him out to the dance floor. Endora went to work and had the
waiter clear their table, carting the ring away with the half-eaten
dessert, and when Fox realized where it had gone, he had a great time
digging through all the messy dessert cups until he found the prize.
By then, however, Kay had run out, heading back to Tabby's. Fox
followed, but through Kay running from room to room and Endora zapping her
around, it took a while for him to come face-to-face with her.
Even after all that, he never finished he proposal, and
Kay was left wondering how she could divert him from asking the question
she will have to reject, even tho she doesn't want to. She dodged
the bullet for the night, but once he wakes up and comes back for more,
God only knows what she'll do to put him off until the planets are where
they should be. And God only knows when that will be.
Now, Fancy began thinking about marriage and how she would
love to have Noah propose to her, but he has no intention of doing that
now. No matter how much she hints about people in love wanting to
make it permanently, etc, he acts as tho he's totally missing the point,
even tho he isn't, and changes the subject. She becomes upset that
he won't commit to her, and he's upset that she keeps pushing it and he
can't commit, for whatever reason. It seems it will probably have
something to do with the mystery woman who is at the club and who has a
conversation with Fancy in the restroom about how some men just can't
commit to a woman, no matter what, and everything she says seems to fit
Noah to a T.
Gwen is sneaking her way out of a full-out confrontation
with Alistair and Theresa over who sent the paternity information on Ethan
to the tabloids. Gwen and Rebecca are scared to death he will wake
up soon and let everyone know the truth, and no lie is too big for Gwen at
this point to keep Ethan from finding out. And by week's end she'd
managed to get Ethan so worried about her that he's going to move them far
away from Theresa so they can live happily ever after with Theresa's
Now, I'm wondering why on earth Gwen even thinks she is
the baby's mother, or that she has the right to take off with her.
She and Ethan, thanks to her machinations, have temporary custody of the
girl, and there is no way they could simply leave with her just like that.
Gwen, however, refuses to face the reality of the situation, and continues
to believe she somehow has become Jane's mother. I am so totally
sick of her already I could puke, and it's only getting worse. She
has shown she isn't above lying to and about anyone to get what she wants,
and she doesn't care who she hurts by it. Like mother, like
daughter, I guess.
Katherine showed her true colors this week, too.
What on earth gave her the right to mouth off to Pilar like she did, and
in Pilar's own home, no less? She acts like she's done nothing
wrong, like she has a perfect right to the woman's husband, and Pilar has
no right to be upset about it. As a matter of fact, she thinks Pilar
should step aside and let her have the man! Where did the virtuous,
moral, put-upon victim go? Apparently she was swept away in the
recent storm, and this rude, uncaring old trollop took her place. I
couldn't believe the gall of that woman, coming into Pilar's house and
challenging her, putting her down for wanting to keep her own husband.
That leaves Sheridan and Chris. Sheridan keeps
looking for Otto Krause, Chris seems to be helping her, although he also
seems to keep trying to stall her, and now Julian is helping. Let's
see here: Sheridan is a harlot, Chris is probably working for
Alistair or Beth, or both, and Julian - well, he is still my hero, one of
the best men on the show, and the kind of man every woman wants to end up
with. I'm sorry, I simply don't care what Sheridan is doing any
more, and Chris can take a long walk off a short pier, so the only one in
those scenes worth watching is Julian, in my opinion, and I could watch
him shining his shoes and find it interesting.
Ok, that's all I have to comment on for this week.
The rest was either too much on the sideline or just too boring to mess
with. I am anxiously awaiting the return of Luis, of course, and it
seems there is probably only a month or so until that happens. It
can't be too soon for me, that's all I know.
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