What’s notable with these spoilers (and the ones you shared further out) is there’s little to no Nina/Sonny/Carly/Jason. Unless they simply aren’t sharing what happens. It’s almost as if they’re saying, forget the past nine months happened. Nothing to see here. It’s very deflating as a viewer.
There really is an A Team and B Team for storylines on this show. And they are definitely the B team, along with Ava/Rafe.
Meanwhile, now would be the perfect time for NBC/Peacock to experiment with putting up classic DAYS eps on Peacock and see how many eyeballs would watch it. The episodes of choice of course would be the OG Possession, Dec. 1994 through July 1995.
This problem has existed for years, but I posted his Op-ed because unlike many other articles that point out the issue, at least his discusses some solutions. And it needs to be stated often that the Democratic party gives loads of attention and resources to courting the white working class, while practically ignoring the fact that other ethnicities exist as part of the American working class. Stacey Abrams and LaToya Brown have organizations that fill in many of these gaps, but they are outliers and they are directed specifically to the state of Georgia (not that this can't be scaled up).
The Democrats really need to get to work implementing strategies, as the gaps are widening, seemingly with each election.
EDT: When I say "scaled up", I also mean tailored specifically for each state's demographics and issues.