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Passions Winners & Losers
Winners & Losers by
Michele and Cheryl
11/29 - 12/3/04
We decided to change these up again. We
wanted to try something different so we will be writing about the
stories in general for the week instead of daily.
Foxney: We pretty much liked this story.
Brook Kerr did a good job this week with her material. She
definitely seemed like a woman on the edge when she wanted Eve to
keep her secret. When Eve wanted to tell Whitney's secret,
girlfriend went nuts and called her the usual names. Of
course in the end, Eve protected her ingrate of a daughter.
We did have a problem with the story. We didn't like the way
Ivy kept obsessing about who the father of Whitney's baby is.
She acted as if it affected her more than Chad and Fox. They
were the ones that need to know the truth, but she acted as if she
need to know more than they did. The other thing we didn't
like was Julian taking sides between Chad and Fox. He acts
as if his loyalty was with Chad instead of Fox. Despite all
of that, we still liked the story. There was some movement
so we liked it. (7/10)
Theresa/Gwen/Ethan: This story was okay, but
it was predictable, kinda like Passions. LOL! Of course
there was the obligatory nurse that said that Theresa couldn't be
under stress, so you knew what was going to happen. She was
under stress when Paloma let it slip that Mr. Wheeler is Martin.
As soon as Pilar cleaned up what Paloma said, Theresa was all
better. Then Eve told Theresa not to get worked up, so of
course she did. She had to go and fight with Paloma.
It was as if Theresa wanted to lose the baby. Think about
it. She was told repeatedly not to get worked up and she
did. We remember when Gwen was having a complicated
pregnancy and she wasn't supposed to get stressed out. A lot
of Theresa's fans blamed Gwen for why she lost Sarah because she
didn't listen to the doctor and she left the hospital. Well,
when Theresa did the same thing, we didn't read anything about how
Theresa shouldn't have stressed herself out. We read some
things about it, but the posters weren't Theresa fans. Guess
it must be a double standard with Theresa and Gwen. Oh well.
What can you do? Anyway, there was some movement in the
story when the baby was born. That's what saved us from the
hamster wheel. (5/10)
Shuis: We liked how they finally had some
time to be happy. Any Shuis fan knows how long their
happiness lasts for. It will last for as long as it takes
for you to read this. LOL! (9/10)
KMart: We saved the worst for last. We
are so tired of them. One minute they feel guilty about
deserting their family and the next minute they are happy they
left. Well, which one is it? They need to make up
their minds. If the writers think that we would have
sympathy for them just because they constantly mention how bad
they feel about deserting their families, they are completely
mistaken. They are still monsters. (1/10)
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