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Sharon has lost Cameron’s body. This storyline
looks more like a comedy at every turn. Did she hit a bump in the
road, causing the trunk to open and off he slid down an embankment
onto the back of a snowmobile? He could be halfway to Minnesota.
Rather than turn this into a "Weekend at Bernie’s" remake, I do
hope Cameron is alive, well, and driving Miss Sharon crazy. Linden
Ashby did too good a job just to let this sick pervert do nothing but
collapse onto Sharon as she opens the front door. I do wish Nikki
would leave her alone. This woman has a dwindling skin care line to
worry about, a husband who is soon to be a convicted felon, a daughter
gone AWOL, and a son who thinks he’s the arbiter of good manners in
the business world. If he wants to remain clueless about his wife, let
him. Right now the only thing I’m interested in about Nick is how is
he going to find out Grace is in town.
I think the character with the most gall this week was Nick because he
proclaimed Daddy has learned his lesson. No wonder Victor is fed up
with him. No wonder wifey keeps secrets from him. Who could live up to
this glorious paragon of virtue, born of a stripper and a shark?
JT has literally bumped into the new character, Shiloh. (You know, the
record producer who doesn’t know why she’s in Genoa City.) Wouldn’t it
be a kick in the pants for Brittany if JT were the one to get the
recording contract? It would be a hard lesson for her to learn. Talk
about being burned.
I can’t believe Lauren would willingly put herself in danger with
Kevin. Surely what she went through with Shawn years ago would make
her run away, screaming.
Give credit where credit is due:
I’ve found the character of Kevin to be a twerp but I’m paying closer
attention now. When most actors are assigned to play siblings, it’s a
given that there isn’t any kind of resemblance whatsoever since they
aren’t related in real life. Greg Rikaart has managed to bridge that
gap by using Mikey’s speech inflections. The scene at the bar after
Kevin and Lauren bump into Dru and Neil is proof of that. Lauren
mentions they’re nice people and he responds, “Yes they’re nice. Nice
nice nice.” Soon after he adds, “Oh, what a day. What a day what a
day.” The scene would have been complete if Lauren looked at him and
said he reminds her of someone she knows.
Then there’s Christine (or as I, and many others, like to call her –
The Bug). I’m no fan of LLB’s “acting”, but I was mightily impressed
with the scenes between her and Jack. She played well off him and it
seemed for the first time she really got under her character’s skin.
Maybe she should be paired with Peter Bergman more often.
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