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What an idiotic move. The main prosecuting point that Liza has against Greenlee is that she killed David so she could be with Ryan. How stupid of him to kiss her right outside the courtroom when anyone could walk in on them. How would this look if a jury member or Liza saw? I hope Madison shows up on monday, sees this and drop kicks him to the curb.


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I half-watched from 1:30 - 1:56.

Can someone smack Tad, please? Why does JR have to prove anything to Marissa regarding AJ?

This is why I detest the Tad and JR relationship, always dissing Adam's method of doing anything, especially raising kids and heading a family. ADAM CALLED IT FROM DAY ONE! He did not think it was a good idea AT ALL for JR to let Whorissa adopt AJ. Not. At. All. What did JR do? Start puffing and pissing about Adam trying to control him and his son and blah, blah, blah... Well, see where that got you, Junior? Smack dab in yet another custody battle for that boy. I understand that JR thought he was going to die and yadda, yadda, yadda... but, if anything, if he wanted AJ away from Adam's influence after his death, he should've willed AJ over to Krystal. That way, AJ would still be with Marissa (if it was sooo important to have Marissa in his life :rolleyes: ), and also be living with his grandmother and aunt Kathy. So on the off chance JR did survive and his marriage to the Bore didn't, there would be NONE of this mess.

With that said...

I'm tired of everyone seemingly forgetting the fact that Marissa wouldn't be involved in AJ's life at all if it wasn't for JR. Marissa's being extremely selfish, using AJ as revenge.

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I think they realized awfully quick that when you do have a Jamie Luner type in the role, you're wasting her on the "Martin Approved" version of Liza Colby circa 1998-2002. Today's DA Liza is right in line with 1995's WRCW Liza. I can see this Liza taking no prisoners, exploiting traumas of the citizens of Pine Valley for TV ratings, with a "Sorry, but that's life" kind of attitude. As for the 2009 horny girl who just wanted Zach's schlong and had baby fever... I place that version of Liza with that Army Girl in the "They were never on this show" category.

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I've never been comfortable with the speed and intensity of Marissa's insta-mommyhood of A.J. I realize that's her sister's child, but it's not like she was raised with Babe and saw her sister through her pregnancy et cetera. There is no doubt that she loves the boy, but does she love J.R. more? If all involved were really honest with themselves, they'd admit that emotion at times superseded rational thinking during the feverish months of J.R.'s illness. And Marissa did in fact go to J.R. with this, she wanted to make sure that the role he wanted her to play in his and A.J.'s life came from a genuine place and not the almost manic rainbows and sunshine place he was in as he'd practically accepted death. It's a tough call because J.R. wasn't exactly lying, that was the place he was truly in. Marissa needs to get the tears and frustration out, suck it up, and realize that things didn't work out as she'd hoped. Painful, but you'll live. Move on Martha move on. She needs to be brutally honest with herself and ask if life is bearable and best for A.J. (not her) by being his aunt and not his mother. Who is taking him away from J.R. really about? Marissa and Krystal can go through the courts to ensure that they see their grandson/nephew as much as possible, but it is not necessary for the boy to live under Marissa's roof. Frankly, I think she and J.R. both fracked up by making that boy think Marissa was a second Mommie. The only person he should have ever had a relationship like that with was one of his grandmothers or an aunt with a PLATONIC relationship with J.R. You don't do that when you've hardly been with a woman for a year.

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