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    • Remember when somebody said that Liz had too many kids; that somebody needs to say the same thing about Maxie now. I fear this is only going to end up being a plot point in order to keep Peter on the canvas No. But I admit that I don't remember why they're not married right now
    • I will say, I loved Jean Passanante as HW after Hogan left. I thought the show was pretty good. Now her GH? AMC? No ma’am. I will not defend that, but I do think she did fine at ATWT. I also was happy they mentioned that it was Goutman who stopped them from bringing people back. We all knew that was the case. Hell, he wouldn’t even allow Martha Byrne to come back for one damn episode.    Overall I did enjoy this episode. I was especially happy to hear from Charlotte Gibson who I haven’t heard from before. Both she and Susan Dansby are rare for black writers in soaps so I’d love to hear just from them on how they broke through. We know it isn’t easy. 
    • Absolutely. They were great and the chemistry was off the charts. I felt even Sonny was written better when Will and Paul were together.
    • It’s not exclusive to daytime, but we know primetime will have the tools to rebound because people care. They’ll have promotion, they’ll be plotting stories to attempt to get viewers back as well. Daytime isn’t going to have promotion and all three soaps came back With the same stories and nothing is really happening on any of them. That isn’t going to bring anybody back. They have to give viewers something to WANT to tune back in. We’ve seen it work many times, but you have to at least try.   I do think it’s promising that Josh Griffith said CBS had a meeting about the direction of the show. That should show th at they realize things weren’t working. Now we just have to hope whatever they change works.  
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