I think by that time, Lemay was pretty much burned out. I found much of his work during his first three years on AW to be brilliant, even though I found fault with some of his choices, but even by 1975 there were issues with his writing. The problems continued to grow over the next few years.
I agree. But I suspect they would complain about anything which they felt was too slow moving; not flashy enough. Tennessee Williams, Jane Austen, Louisa May Alcott, Laura Ingalls Wilder and Harper Lee might have also incited their wrath. Many folks today (particularly some of the ones on Twitter, LOL) have the attention spans of gnats.
She certainly was "down there," wasn't she? I wonder what would have become of the revisited Alice/Steve/Rachel triangle with a capable writer at the helm, and a return of Jacqueline Courtney and George Reinholt. What ended up on screen, under Jacker's pen, was a disaster.
Sadly, a lot of tedious repetition was foisted on the audience then.
Horrible man. He and that opportunistic headcase have ruined so much of this bill that we are reaching the point where even it does pass, most will just remember all the posturing and selling out that got to this point.
I liked Ava and Spencer, but I was bored besides that. I love how Sonny's conversation with Carly was the same exact conversation he had with Jason yesterday. They couldn't have all just had this conversation together and save some time? I also laughed at Sonny being all, "Omg, I need a minute" when Carly said she was going to sleep with Jason. Uh, Sonny, you already knew this because Jason told you yesterday. But whatever. I wonder when Sonny will finally bring up the fact that he was trying to bang Nina in Nixon Falls?
Yeah they loved their spoilers, I would have them captivated for hours as I told them what was coming! Mum rings me to find out what’s next and she’s only 3 episodes behind as she doesn’t have the internet and watches the live TV episodes, while I watch the fast tracked ones! Haha