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Days: Coming Out In Salem


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Except something like Will trashing the kitchen after his break-up with Gabi is less indicative of this story and how people just tend to react on soap operas? How many men have "gone overboard" when they didn't get their way on this show? I can recall Shawn, Brady, John, EJ, even Daniel at one point going nuts in the heat of a moment. Soaps are all about wild emotions.

Also, as Vanguardian says (not that I agree they are going the "gay just to be a rebel" route), there's been no concrete saying one way or another that Will is gay on the show yet. So I actually don't see how comments like "people are recoiling from him" can even be said when he hasn't gone around town attacking anyone at all. No one else has said on the show ever "I'm afraid of Will."

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The show hasn't really said he's out of control, is what I mean. We can gather that he's letting his demons get to him, but we didn't call Brady vile when he let all the sarcophagus and Nicole/EJ drama get to him and he started drinking again and trashing people.

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The sarcophagus stuff seemed to be some kind of comic relief gone wrong. I thought that his beating the stuffing out of EJ was very out of control, and they seemed to be making him go nuts (wasn't he going to be obsessed with Melanie?), but then they dropped it.

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Not sure what was supposed to happen. I loved all the sarcophagus stuff, every bit of it, until Vivian got out and it was all sweeped under the rug with a scene of threatening in the police station. Blah. Typical Higley resolution though.

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