One thing I appreciate from the early days of Gina and Santana was how cruel Eden could be in response to their schemes. In particular, the scene when Eden told Gina that Santana was Brandon's mother. I wish more of Eden's conflicts with Cruz came from trying to suppress her cruelty, rather than drama based on intruders in their relationship and people trying to harm Eden. Much like the relationship of Julia and Mason, it would have been cool to see Eden try to avoid having Cruz see how underhanded she was at work. I also think it would have been contemporary for Eden to question wanting to raise kids, in opposition to Cruz's desire for a huge family (except, of course, once he was single and he sent those kids off to Mexico on the first flight out of town). Because, for me, the constant victimization of Eden is what failed to differentiate her from Kelly.
Finally, for today, I was just thinking about how odd it was that Mason's sobriety was a constant source of conflict for him as a character, but Gina's pill addiction was treated as a passing fancy that was never revisited.
2012, the last year of classic scores I bepiece. If there was any good thing to come out of this time period, it was the reveal that Phyllis ran over Paul and Chris I '94.
Phyliss confronts Daisy about raping Daniel and conceiving their child. Pot calling the kettle black here.