1/1/01 - 1/5/01
It's New Year's Day, which means there wasn't a show.
Eve was anxious to get back to Ian, but does that mean she should just run
across the road without looking? I know the car was speeding, but they should have heard it approaching.
Some of the dialogue at the hospital was amusing. Joe said something to Ian
about being glad he was alive, but the comment was kind of lost in the shuffle.
It didn't even show up in the closed captions.
I love the way Kevin keeps talking about the DNA report in front of Lucy. I
can't believe she would say that DNA testing is "silly and unreliable." I'm glad
Victor corrected her.
Ian is understandably angry about Kevin's failure to answer the door, but
as I said last week, it's not a requirement. He asked Kevin what was so important
that he didn't answer the door. We all know what
Kevin was doing, but suppose it was something else. What if he'd been in the
bathroom? In the shower? Sleeping? It's really no one's business what he was
doing in his own home at the time.
Alison was being a bit silly. They really didn't have a decent heat
source once the space heater blew, and it's understandable that she might have
wanted to go someplace warmer. However, she seemed more concerned about the
cappuccino machine and the other gadgets she deemed essential.
Kevin has his priorities straight for the moment, but he really should tell
Eve what he did while she was presumed dead.
Lucy needs to back off immediately. Kevin wants to stand by Eve, his wife,
and that's his prerogative. I can't wait until he finds out that Lucy was the
one who falsified the DNA test results.
Ian looked heartbroken when he left Eve's room. It's really sad that she
doesn't remember what happened between them. Eve needs the facts. She held back
with Ian because she wanted to tell Kevin first. Now they both need to move on,
but they can't do it until Eve knows the truth.
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