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4/17/06 - 4/21/06
The last two weeks on the show have been somewhat
interesting, somewhat boring, and somewhat confusing, at least to me.
I think the Vendetta story could be very interesting, but they just seem
to be taking their sweet time getting into it. I know, they're
setting up the way everyone is going to get to Rome, but it sure seems to
be taking a whole lot of time.
I still haven't a clue as to why Paloma and Simone think
they can solve the Mystery of the Missing Paintings, when experts over the
centuries haven't been able to. I guess it's as good a way as any to
get the two of them back onscreen so I shouldn't be so picky about it, but
it really doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Par for the course, I
know. At least now we know how they will be able to afford the trip,
since they conveniently found a stash of money in the documents storage
room under The Book Cafe, tho.
Fancy is there for a fashion story, Noah and Maya are
there at the orders of the mystery woman, Lena, and the FBI, and
apparently Luis is going to find Marty. I imagine both Chris and
Sheridan will be there, too, of course. Now, there is a story that
really has me confused. Have I lost all sense of reality as to what
went on with her and Chris, or has she resorted to revisionist memory to
explain her liaison with him?
See, here's the way I remember it: Luis went off to
find Marty, while Sheridan stayed at home, cursing the memory of him and
all he stood for. She met Maureen and James right before the
earthquake and tsunami hit, and ended up caring for James after Maureen
died from it. Then she met Chris when he fought her over custody of
his son, and they started acting like The Cleavers at the B&B, all
within the space of a week or two, their time.
Luis would call, she'd refuse to even talk to him if he
didn't have Marty with him, and she grew closer and closer to Chris.
Then Luis supposedly died. Now, she went to his funeral and then
that evening went to bed with Chris after spending the day professing her
true, undying love for him. And all the while she was whining about
having lost Luis, which I found extremely irritating, if you remember.
After a while, she and Chris decided to go to Hawaii after
learning that's where Marty probably was, and they got married. The
next day they found Luis.
Now, that's how I remember it. However, when
Sheridan was telling Luis why she was with Chris, she said he had died,
then James and Chris came into her life, and finally she fell in love and
married him. Now, how is that for revisionist history? I tell
you, that was the slickest piece of changing the facts I've seen in a long
time, how about you? The point here is that the writers really need
to try to remember what they've written before, and stop thinking that
we're so stupid we will have forgotten it, too. It's truly
Another bone of contention for me is the return of Miguel.
Now, I don't mind that he's back, I just hate like heck that he's decided
to go after Kay, who's finally happy with someone else. It's just
not right. It's like, "Ok, I can't find Charity, who I really
love, but Kay's still here and I know I can get her, so why not?"
Why not???? Because she's in love with Fox and has the chance to be
really, really happy for once. Come on, we all know when (if)
Charity comes back he'll drop Kay like a hot potato, ripping her heart out
again. It's just not right.
I still don't care about Noah and Fancy, but I love seeing
Gianni. I remember him from Days, although I'm sorry to say I can't
remember the actor's name, and I love seeing him again. He's a hotty.
Yes, he's older now, but he's still good looking, and that accent!
My, oh my! Yes, I'm really loving having him back on screen, and if
I have to suffer through more Noah/Fancy angst, so be it.
Theresa lost out with Ethan yet again, but the fight
between her and Gwen was kind of fun. I really wish she'd bashed
Gwen in the face a few times, but she did get the chance to ram the truth
down her throat again, and that's always fun to watch. I just don't
understand why Gwen refuses to admit what she (and we) all know to be
true: she's second best in Ethan's heart. Now, what woman
worth a dime would allow herself to be treated that way? Oh, yeah, a
really, really desperate-to-win-at-all-costs woman. Well, all I can
say is, she deserves everything that's happening to her if she doesn't
have the self-respect to drop the fool and move on to someone who deserves
her. He certainly doesn't.
I hope I haven't forgotten something really important to
the show, but that's about all I have to say for now. Nothing is
jumping out at me right now, so I guess this is all for this week. I
would like to say that I find it fun that a "mermaid" rescued
Miguel when he was knocked off the boat. I know it will be Endora's
doing, and I can only say that whatever it takes to get his mind off
Kay so she can move on with her marriage to Fox is fine with me.
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