Nevertheless, PR is told "MAKE IT WORK" and it's their job to do so. It's not their job to offer up alternatives and think of the broad picture. They're mere employees. Not partners, not consultants. People need to understand these things before they start blaming the wrong party for things out of their control.
I hated Guiding Light as a whole, so I'm not seeing the positive.
Apparently they have a fetish for young peen, considering these queens are in their 40s and these boys are in their late teens/early 20s. Give me Sean Blakemore any day -- and not because he's black but because he's built like a grown ass MAN, honey!
These twinky boys (Rafe, Michael, Morgan) and commercial bodies (FrankenMilo) don't excite me in the least.
We won't discuss the desperation involved in FVRC getting Bradford Anderson shirtless way more than necessary.
What you have a problem with is what's happening on an executive level -- over which Public Relations has no control. All PR can do is build a bridge between their client (the Company) and the consumers (the Viewer) over troublesome water. It's not up to them to tell the executives what decisions to make. It's up to them to come up with ways to spin it to the positive and make the decisions made by their clients palatable for the consumer.
Anyway, I'm up early and just caught the notorious Morgan/KoKo/Michael scenes. Aside from the "Nasty Roaches" behavior of boning on Michael's couch, did Morgan really spend the entire episode naked in a towel? And please, I know they're trying to make KaKa edgy and wild, but the idea of her carrying tampons in her ugly purse is just... wrong on so many levels.
Konnie was "away" during Brenda's last stint, right? That's a shame. I wanted see VMG act opposite her hero.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Kelly Sullivan is a broadway stage actress. In the real acting world it doesn't get any bigger than that. Justsayin VMG</p>— Vanessa Marcil(@VanessaMarcilG) <a href="https://twitter.com/VanessaMarcilG/status/248213723280453633">September 19, 2012</a></blockquote>
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I've always wondered what prompted that Tourette's-like tweet. It came out of nowhere.
You think so? I assume she needs to go back to the drawing board with that entire analogy because it reads as if we are PP's underlings and they need to do what we say... which makes absolutely no sense.