Finally, a decent episode. I liked the surprise appearance from Chandler. He looked hot, lol. Johnny's movie should bring Will (and Sonny!) back to Salem. I kept hoping Zack Tinker would show up in the background of Will's video call.
Marlena looked lovely in that shade of blue today.
I can't with all the Abe/Paulina marriage talk. Sorry Abe, but you've got competition now with Doug! LMAO! That was too funny.
So glad that the quad was finally on today. The actress who plays Chanel is so gorgeous. More Chanel/Johnny please.
Bill Bell managing to stretch by I think what supposed to be something like a mere hour on-screen (before a press conference where Jill might reveal her affair with Jack unless John gives her a slice of Jabot) into an entire week of actually tense and suspenseful episodes will stay with me as a masterpiece of the genre.
Elena was written into a corner without any redemption possible, nor any potential love interests. Her death brought Pamela back to town, and the casting of Pamela was one of the reasons cited by the Dobsons for their fight with the production which got them locked out of their offices.
So, it marks the end of the line for the first rein of the Dobsons and a newfound creative period for the show.
I see that Jason's kids didn't get an invite to the wedding. This wedding is so cringy and dull. I don't care about the drama with Vincent Novak. And we have Spinelli giggling like a schoolgirl as Carly walks down the aisle. Yuck.
Nixon Falls was much more interesting today than the wedding. Things are happening. Nina is totally in the wrong but I'm not even really that mad at her because Cynthia Watros is just really good. It was good to see Max Gail. LOL at Sonny's first memory being him smashing barware. He's back, now let's get him to the wedding ASAP so we can have a hell of a Friday cliffhanger tomorrow.