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11 minutes ago, victoria foxton said:

 

  

 

Now I REALLY have no interest in keeping up with this show.

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1 minute ago, Khan said:

 

Now I REALLY have no interest in keeping up with this show.

Yeaaaah that's...that's a big ol' NOPE for me too.

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Hopefully they're just cycling her out like they do with people constantly because of their tiny budget. I am not here for seeing Missy Reeves again. Cady won the audience against long odds.

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We knew her contract was temporary, but I really hoped that they'd make it permanent. She really rejuvenated the role after an awkward first few eps.

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4 hours ago, victoria foxton said:

 

  

Nooo Cady really won me over to the point that I stopped wondering how Missy would play the scenes.

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I will miss Cady. As someone who grew up watching AMC with no solid knowledge of DOOL history nor emotional connection to it, Cady’s warm familiarity really has made me feel differently about this show.

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I thought Cady captured Jennifer's warmth but not her spunk. Still, I was fine with her staying. This seems like a really odd time for Jennifer to be off canvas, given the stories that are currently swirling around her character.

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On Twitter, Ron's desperately attempting to justify Laura's death. I've watched soaps for a long time and there aren't many shows I wished off the air (cancellation). Guiding Light was one that needed a quick death after Ellen Wheeler ruined it whereas ATWT still had some potential. Even Ron's OLTL was salvageable.  But Days needs to be cancelled.  It's not about who's head writing. It's about Ken Corday and his producer hacks (Alaar) who haven't a clue how to entertain.  

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1 hour ago, RavenWhitney said:

On Twitter, Ron's desperately attempting to justify Laura's death. I've watched soaps for a long time and there aren't many shows I wished off the air (cancellation). Guiding Light was one that needed a quick death after Ellen Wheeler ruined it whereas ATWT still had some potential. Even Ron's OLTL was salvageable.  But Days needs to be cancelled.  It's not about who's head writing. It's about Ken Corday and his producer hacks (Alaar) who haven't a clue how to entertain.  

ATWT never hit the lows Days has in ratings. I'm really shocked that days is still on the air.

23 minutes ago, victoria foxton said:

The Cin Romeo and Juliet cosplaying was pure torture.

The good news is that it's being preempted in most  markets.

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8 minutes ago, Soapsuds said:

ATWT never hit the lows Days has in ratings. I'm really shocked that days is still on the air.

The good news is that it's being preempted in most  markets.

I saw it on YouTube. Another dry ass episode. On a dollar store budget. 

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36 minutes ago, Soapsuds said:

ATWT never hit the lows Days has in ratings. I'm really shocked that days is still on the air.

The good news is that it's being preempted in most  markets.

 

ATWT ended ten years ago, so of course it didn't hit the lows Days did. Ratings are down across the board, so there's no telling where ATWT would be if it was still airing today.

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5 minutes ago, te. said:

 

ATWT ended ten years ago, so of course it didn't hit the lows Days did. Ratings are down across the board, so there's no telling where ATWT would be if it was still airing today.

Thanks for letting me know this...I had no idea/clue.....

 

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Hmmm...something tells me that Robert Scott Wilson and Victoria Konefal aren't going to be asked to join the Royal Shakespeare Company any time soon. But at least they looked like they were having fun. And at least they were reciting Shakespeare's lines, rather than lines from fortune cookies. 

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