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    • JMO but I think that Joe Biden should cease from doing this type of things. If people start putting this in the context of the other times he's done it, he could be further inflicting damage to his own campaign, far more than his opponents past and present could inflict. This seems totally unnecessary.  
    • I am glad that people are putting Dennis death in the same category of as the other countless legacy kids that have been killed off over the past decade. EE is so stupid that they won't have any young leads with ties to core families to carry the show in the future b/c they keep killing them off.    And while this will create conflict between Ian and Sharon, this is yet another chip away at Ian. How can he really remain on the show at this point when he inadvertently caused demise of Dennis? This just springs up old wounds of how he disgustingly covered up Lucy's death.    If this show wanted a shock killing that would generate press, why not kill off Phil? It's long overdue and it is truly something that would've impacted the Square. Dennis dying is small and will have little impact. It only affects Sharon. For an anniversary episode, they should've went all in or nothing at all. 
    • So I loved Friday's episode and the entire week. I thought they did a good job of merging all the stories together, wrapping up a lot of existing stories and starting a bunch of new ones.    I'm admittedly a newer viewer (I did watch EE for a time several years ago, then quit), so I'm not as familiar with every legacy character, I do understand why people are upset with Dennis dying, especially since it sounds like EE has killed off young legacy characters several years in a row. I don't think legacy character should always be exempt from being killed off, but you do have to be strategic about it. You can't be killing them all off either. Make sure you have a long term plan if you're going to do it. Hopefully EE does.    I personally would have killed off Phil, since I find him to be the Sonny Corinthos of EE, but I knew that's not ever going to happen. 
    • The link @DRW50 provided to the AWHP does talk about JFP's treatment of older characters:  
    • Apparently, there were a lot of mistakes made at this time from JFP, her writers and the suits at NBC and P&G. Some people wanted AW gone, some wanted to turn it into a DOOL clone. What was the deal with that vampire story anyway? What was it about? Thankfully, it was pulled before it really took off.    What surprises me is that one of her headwriters was Tom King, who was Harding Lemay's protégé and successor. He wrote some really good stuff in 1979-1980, and yet his tenure under Phelps was a mess. Was there interference from the higher ups or was King suddenly a hack?   Coincidentally, this is where my memories of AW begin. I was 3 going on 4 at the time, and I used to watch with my Mom and Grandma.
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