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Brooke, again I say, is INAPPROPRIATE! End of the damn story. A wasted return due to shithouse writing.

I was very excited for her return before she came but not so much anymore. I was so looking forward to seeing her mix it up with Erica again and they havent even gone there. Instead its all about building up this stupid feud with Annie and provoking her.

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I still like Brooke and her return.

Giving her more to do is going to depend on if Julia Barr signs on past 3 months.

That's very true, but I was still expecting more bang. She is basically what she was prior to leaving in 2006.... only difference is she is on everyday as wallpaper as opposed to just 2 or 3 days a month.

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Brooke is getting on my nerves

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: there was nothing wrong with writing Brooke out of the show. True, she needed a proper exit, but the writers had exhausted all storyline possibilities with her a long, long time ago.

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I've said it before, and I'll say it again: there was nothing wrong with writing Brooke out of the show. True, she needed a proper exit, but the writers had exhausted all storyline possibilities with her a long, long time ago.

The end of Brooke's charater for me came in 2002 with the Maureen Gorman story. I couldnt stand her and hated her after that one. It did some damage to her character which she never really did recover from. I was ready for her to go by the time she did. The time away was probably best for her, but Im not liking the way she's being utilized

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The end of Brooke's charater for me came in 2002 with the Maureen Gorman story. I couldnt stand her and hated her after that one. It did some damage to her character which she never really did recover from.

To be perfectly frank, as soon as Brooke gave birth to Jamie, I was ready for her to exit Pine Valley. Perhaps, down the road, when Jamie was an adult (say, a pre-med student at PVU), Brooke could've returned in a recurring capacity; but once she had the stability she always craved, there really was no more story to tell with her.

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To be perfectly frank, as soon as Brooke gave birth to Jamie, I was ready for her to exit Pine Valley. Perhaps, down the road, when Jamie was an adult (say, a pre-med student at PVU), Brooke could've returned in a recurring capacity; but once she had the stability she always craved, there really was no more story to tell with her.

Interesting perspective... only knowing Brooke as the stable mother its hard for me to agree with that... but it makes total sense.

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Interesting perspective... only knowing Brooke as the stable mother its hard for me to agree with that... but it makes total sense.

Well, just remember how Brooke came into Pine Valley, as Phoebe's privileged, but neglected, young niece, on the back of Benny Sago's motorcycle. Ed and Peg English were bad parents, to say the least. Of course, as years progressed, Brooke matured, found her calling as a journalist, married Tom, etc. Losing Laura like she did left a gigantic hole in Brooke's life, but having Jamie more-or-less filled it. So, in that sense, Brooke's journey as a human being felt at last complete (to me, anyway). Everything after giving birth to her son felt like desperation on the show's part to keep Brooke active and thriving on the canvas.

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Well, just remember how Brooke came into Pine Valley, as Phoebe's privileged, but neglected, young niece, on the back of Benny Sago's motorcycle. Ed and Peg English were bad parents, to say the least. Of course, as years progressed, Brooke matured, found her calling as a journalist, married Tom, etc. Losing Laura like she did left a gigantic hole in Brooke's life, but having Jamie more-or-less filled it. So, in that sense, Brooke's journey as a human being felt at last complete (to me, anyway). Everything after giving birth to her son felt like desperation on the show's part to keep Brooke active and thriving on the canvas.

Khan, you know :wub: on you something fierce... but we're the same age, at least that's the age you've given us. How the HELL are you acting like you had this keen insight on the exhaustion of Brooke's usefulness on the canvas at 12 years old?

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