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5/1/06 - 5/5/06
The last two weeks have been somewhat exciting.
Several of the players in the Omega mystery have already arrived in Rome
and begun having adventures, and the Kay/Miguel/Fox story has gotten more
interesting, even tho somewhat strange.
Luis and Chad arrived in Rome, and immediately got
involved in both the Whitney mystery and the Three Dimwits one.
Chad, of course, is desperately searching for her, and Luis decides to
help. Now, why he would put his search for Marty on hold to help
find Whitney is a bit confusing, but I guess he's a good friend and just
wants to make sure she's ok. However, while trying to find where her
screams are coming from, he runs across "God", who seems
familiar somehow, and chases him into a monastery full of blind monks.
And guess what? They've been supported for years by that saintly
man, Alistair Crane! HUH???
Ok, there has to be something in it for him, and I imagine
it's his way of finding the paintings the Dimwits are hunting for, but
it's still strange to hear the monk praise that Devil's Associate as a
wonderful, generous saint. That one's a real head-shaker, that's for
sure. Luis felt the same way, of course. And he lost
"God" in the process, although the guy is still lurking out
Now, Whitney still hasn't figured out that
"God" shouldn't need her help to find whatever is in the Pope's
bedroom. She's now using virtual reality goggles to figure out how
to get in there, and it got her into a bit of trouble. See, while
she was trying to climb the outer walls to get to the Pope's room on the
virtual reality goggles, she was actually recreating it down in the
catacombs, and ended up falling from her perch up on the walls, knocking
herself out in the process. Of course, her screams as she fell
alerted Chad to her presence, so it wasn't all bad.
Unfortunately, Chad was unable to find Whitney once
he made his way into the tunnels. Actually, he opened a door and
fell in head first, knocking himself out in the process. Once he and
Whit both woke up, he tried to follow her screams as she was being dragged
along the catacombs by something evil. When she woke up,
"God" had ahold of her, but he swore he hadn't dragged her
along. Should we believe him?
Now, it's my belief that "God" is actually
Alistair, no longer in his coma, and when Sheridan visited his nursing
home room after dreaming he was awake and after her, it seemed to be true.
However, they wheeled the still-comatose old lizard back into his room
after a while, so it seems I could be wrong. Maybe, maybe not.
I'm still sticking to my original belief, at least for now.
So, we have Chad looking for Whitney, Luis helping
while supposedly looking for Marty, and saving his sister and her two
doofy friends from what might have been real danger in the process.
Now, after Luis left, the three "thugs" came back, saying they
just wanted to know about the Omega symbol, but they could still be
trouble for the girls.
On to the Kay/Fox/Miguel story. This has
really gotten strange, hasn't it? First of all, if I were a witch's
assistant and things started happening that made no sense, I think I'd be
thinking she was somehow behind it. However, Kay doesn't seem to
have a clue, and that's just strange. She's not that stupid. I
mean, all of a sudden, Miguel comes back to town, and suddenly he's madly
in love with her, can't live without her. Then they go on a boat
ride to find some woman who saved Miguel from drowning and end up on a
beach, naked and making out like teenagers, and then she ends up on
a rock while he is getting friendly with the very woman who saved him,
just when Fox arrives. Now, don't you think she'd be putting two and
two together by this point?
Nope, not our Kay. She's just stymied as to
why she thought she was making out with Miguel when she was really on a
rock and he was slurping all over some strange woman. And she's so
jealous she can't see straight of the gorgeous blond who's totally smitten
with him, and he with her. Even when they get back to Tabitha's
house, she still seems to have no real questions about just how all this
happened. Now, that's just not logical at all. She would have
to know that when things start getting strange, Tabby has to be behind it,
don't you think? Oh, well, it's still the same old writers, so logic
bares no weight with them.
Endora, of course, is cute as can be, working so
hard to get Miguel and Siren, the humanized mermaid, together so Fox can
be happy with Kay. And she's beginning to say actual words now,
which only adds to her cuteness. I really hope Kay doesn't start
scheming to get Miguel again and completely forget about Fox. They
are so great together I'd really hate to see her mess it up. Now,
it's not that I want Miguel to be with a mermaid forever, but if his
infatuation with her wakes Kay up to the fact that he couldn't really care
about her if he can switch so easily to someone else, then I'm all for it.
At least a short-term relationship, just enough to get Kay and Fox married
and living happily-ever-after, anyway.
Sheridan is still boring and not worth the time it
takes to write about. She and Ethan commiserating about loving Luis
and Theresa but having to stick with their marriage vows is really grating
on the nerves, too. What kind of idiot does it take to believe they
are doing the right thing for their spouses when they are only with them
because of a marriage license? It's insulting, to tell the truth,
and I'd really be upset if I were with someone like that. No, they
need to be honest with their mates, divorce them and let them find people
who really, truly love them, too, and then move on with the ones they
really love. It's only right.
There hasn't been much about the other characters.
I did enjoy the romantic evening for Eve and Julian, even tho it was
interrupted by Whitney's disappearance. It was so sweet and
romantic, and it's been so long since they've been able to have scenes
like that. I really enjoyed it while it lasted. On the flip
side, poor Pilar has turned into such a bitter woman that all she can do
is preach morality to everyone, making sure Ethan and Sheridan remain in
their practically loveless marriages and ranting at Theresa and Luis for
not walking away from their true loves. Pitiful. I really wish
she and Martin would have gotten together for good. She really
deserved it, and now all she has is her bitterness and anger, which she is
more than willing to share with everyone. Well, everyone but Miguel,
that is. Him she urged to do everything he can to break Kay and Fox
up, since they are only engaged, not married yet. I don't see the
real logic in that, but then again, the writers........
I guess that's about all I have to complain about
this time. I have to say the shows are still holding my interest,
for the most part, and that's a good thing. I only hope the Omega
symbol isn't being used to denote the end of the show, as some are
speculating. As much as I complain about it, I still don't want it
to go off the air. I simply want it to become the really great show
it has the potential to be. That's not asking too much, is it?
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