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Neither does a scene like this...Mal Young, you may get me to watch an episode of Y&R...

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnuxeS0Cv2w

My God. That was every bit as good as I'd heard it was. What a pleasant surprise from such a hollow show.

 

If only he could find a decent writer for this show...

I'm not gonna build my hopes up, but if anyone would....

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If returning the Chancellor mansion set to it's former splendour is all Mal Young does, then God bless him for doing that. It was sacrilege to change that set.

And I STILL don't understand WHY it needed change in the first damn place.  Except, of course, because JFP thought she could get away with it.

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JFP's problem on every show since GL has been an incredible lack of respect for history.  You can modernize without forgetting.  Update without ignoring what went before.  For me, it comes across as a lack of respect for those before her and the traditions of the show.

 

That was indeed a great scene.  I hope they build on that and keep using Jill!

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Great scene. 

Obviously,Mal Young's doing.

Would Pratt have anything to do with this or would Young ordered this and worked around Pratt's nonsense?

I would imagine ditching Pratt would cost a bundle so hopefully they're going to do these kind of tweaks until he can be dropped.

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That was very sweet.

 

I had no idea they'd done all that to the house. I'm amazed CBS noticed or cared enough to step in at all - I don't think they'd give a [!@#$%^&*] about sets on the show. I have to assume they used it as a stalking horse to fire Jill.

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That was very sweet.

 

I had no idea they'd done all that to the house. I'm amazed CBS noticed or cared enough to step in at all - I don't think they'd give a [!@#$%^&*] about sets on the show. I have to assume they used it as a stalking horse to fire Jill.

Angelica McDaniel tweeted about the change to the Chancellor mansion in a less than flattering way...apparently she didn't know about it and wasn't pleased.

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That was very sweet.

 

I had no idea they'd done all that to the house. I'm amazed CBS noticed or cared enough to step in at all - I don't think they'd give a [!@#$%^&*] about sets on the show. I have to assume they used it as a stalking horse to fire Jill.

 

Angelica McDaniel tweeted about the change to the Chancellor mansion in a less than flattering way...apparently she didn't know about it and wasn't pleased.

Probably she was feeling the backlash about it on twitter, it was an unnecessary change. JFP has to crap on everything good

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That was very sweet.

 

I had no idea they'd done all that to the house. I'm amazed CBS noticed or cared enough to step in at all - I don't think they'd give a [!@#$%^&*] about sets on the show. I have to assume they used it as a stalking horse to fire Jill.

 

Angelica McDaniel tweeted about the change to the Chancellor mansion in a less than flattering way...apparently she didn't know about it and wasn't pleased.

Probably she was feeling the backlash about it on twitter, it was an unnecessary change. JFP has to crap on everything good

She replied "No" when someone tweeted asking if the sacrilege to the Chancellor mansion set was done to simply see what the viewers reaction would be with the intention that it would be returned to normal. 

 

JFP GH'd that set and the reaction was overwhelmingly negative. I still don't know how they can fix the Newman Ranch set - some foliage and bigger windows would be a start.

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