Except that Kayla was looking lovely today. It was nice to see her and Bo out of their hospital gowns, and I love it when they put her in jewel tones. I eagerly look forward to seeing Kayla and Bo ride to the rescue. (It doesn’t look like I’m going to get my “Kayla and Bo smooshed together in a wheelchair” sight gag. Too bad.)
I couldn’t find a great screencap of that cute top she was wearing, but this is a nice shot anyway:
I hate that crappy soap device, “I sense that Hope is in trouble!” Groan.
I have not really enjoyed the constant makeout sessions of Steve and Ava, though this picture is rather wonderful for indicating how he feels about it all:
I do enjoy—in a soapy masochistic way—the way they are playing on my emotions, making me wonder and wonder whether he will have to DO THE DEED or whether Kayla and Bo will get there in time.
I can admit this, right? I enjoyed the John and Marlena scenes today. One of the reasons I watch soaps is for the way they can take a fantastical premise and explore the ensuing emotions with dead seriousness. Sadly, this emotional realism has been in short supply in the last few years. I actually got a glimpse of that in the John and Marlena scenes today. If you are trying to reconnect with your husband-who-is-not-your-husband, who doesn’t remember you and yet seems interested in you, is that enough? Is is possible to start over with the pale imitation, or does it just remind you of what you lost?
screencaps courtesy NBC and S&K.com