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The costumes were the only good element of the election episode. My God, what a trainwreck.

 

it went bad from the beginning, where used-to-be woke Joss said she’d vote if she had time and then said she didn’t think a single vote would matter. So to push this episode forward, they had to trash what we know about Joss? 

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I liked this episode a lot.  And I like it when Laura Wright takes on these throwback characters.  I enjoyed her as Lena Eckert Spencer, Luke and Bobby's mother, and I thought she did a good job as Beatrice Eckert.

 

BTW, I have a question for anyone reading this who watched Port Charles.  As I understand it, Lucy's candle was part of a big storyline on Port Charles back in the day.  Can someone tell me about that story?  

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30 minutes ago, StevieM said:

I liked this episode a lot.  And I like it when Laura Wright takes on these throwback characters.  I enjoyed her as Lena Eckert Spencer, Luke and Bobby's mother, and I thought she did a good job as Beatrice Eckert.

 

BTW, I have a question for anyone reading this who watched Port Charles.  As I understand it, Lucy's candle was part of a big storyline on Port Charles back in the day.  Can someone tell me about that story?  

The magical candles were created by Rebecca Barrington  during the Superstition arc.  The candles had powerful scents that could alter emotion. But the candle would only enhance what was inside somebody's heart

 

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I'm watching the election episode right now. I guess they do these so they'll have Emmy submissions, and it just might work. They really push the actress that plays Joss as some great find who can handle all this special material.  She always acts exactly the same whether she's herself or young Carly or whatever. 

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3 minutes ago, BoldRestless said:

They really push the actress that plays Joss as some great find who can handle all this special material.  She always acts exactly the same whether she's herself or young Carly or whatever. 

 

She really does, she's very, very average. I'm not sure why they're so obsessed with her. She was making some incredibly awkward facial expression in yesterday's episode to boot.

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20 hours ago, AbcNbc247 said:

Eden’s good. She can really hold her own with other actors, but yeah she’s not the best. When it comes to the younger actors and who’s the most talented, I gotta go with William Lipton.

 

I would agree with this, though Sydney Mikayla is turning out the more consistent performances of all of them. I think they're all pretty uneven overall, though. 

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