Quote Mother of an Angel
Quote PuNkRoCk PrInCeSs: And of course what Sam did to Liz had to be brought up . Jake was missing for a few days , Danny was thought to be dead and was gone for several months . Sam did do some f#cked up sh!t and I wasn't on board with her evolving Liz's kids . But Sam apologized for all the sh!t she did to Elizabeth and saved Jake's life from an explosion that would have killed him , but nothing will never be enough for certain fans . I still don't understand how Liz was all forgiving , but kept the secret about Sam's son being alive and justified it with what Sam had done to her son . I blame the writers for that .
I don't care what anyone says , no one deserves the torment and hell Heather put Sam through over one stupid letter . If Steve cared sooo much about his mother he would be visiting her on a regular basis , that's not Sam's problem . And all this for information that turned out to be a lie anyway . I knew Franco and Jason weren't twins . Heather is entertaining , but she's a total whack job and a murderer .
I used the Elizabeth stuff as well as a way to say "karma is a biotch" and perhaps they needed to do it to get people to move on from what Sam did. To use Sam's words "i lost a child, you lost a child, there, we're the same now" so that any wars that are still lingering would die. I feel it NEEDS to be said here, what Sam did to Liz, because it is a tie in to what was done to Sam. Liz didn't deserve it, neither did Sam and both were done for absolutely no reason, from the ones that did the torture.
NO no parent should have to go through that. Heather shouldn't get off the hook any more than Sam shouldn't have BUT Sam did and I'm sure Heather will too.
I'm not so sure it's Karma. Sure, she is now on the receiving end of what she's done to others. However, ho came on to the show as a con, former prostitute, and had a criminal background. She disabled Jax's car so he couldn't get to his father while John was dying. Nothing RC has written has negated that. He can rewrite history and say that ho wasn't responsible, my first impression of the character hasn't changed.
Heather was finally locked up in the looney bin after she drank the tea laced with LSD that was meant for Diana Taylor. She's been institutionalized off and on ever since. She's insane. She escapes every so often to wreak havoc on PC, and her behaviors are never going to be normal given her mental state.
Ho, on the other hand, is not insane nor suffering from a mental disorder, brain tumor, or other physiological issue that would cause her behaviors. Knowing the pain of losing a child herself, she maliciously and with malice intentionally told Liz that Liz had now lost a child. If that wasn't enough, she had guns drawn on toddlers. She reamed out Alexis for not orphaning her two young girls during the epidemic so that ho's brother could be saved. The list of abhorrent behaviors is long with this character. She's not someone I'm ever going to like, and to have her as anything other than the villain does not work. The attempts whitewash didn't work. For me, it made me dislike the character even more. I didn't watch the second dead baby story they put her in and I was appalled that they'd ever put her in another story with children. Why would I want to watch that? The writers told me from her inception who the ho was, and I accepted it. I am never going to believe she's an "Everyday Hero." I think all the hardship and trials aren't just Karma, they are continued attempts to get folks to find the some sympathy for the character. Personally, anything she's in is FF material for me unless they return her to her true character.
As for Heather, this whole thing was not thought through. I know that RC in his recent interview was talking about folks looking for holes instead of just accepting it. Looking? Um, with this story it's like saying you're looking for holes when you open a package of Swiss Cheese.
Why would Heather tell Franco he's Jason's twin? Did she really want him to feel inferior all his life? We heard about Steven Lars all his life, whether he was off and on screen, why not a whisper about Franco? Why would Heather plant the baby Moore DVD in Jason's penthouse? Why would she have it in for ho long before she met with ho and gave her the letter? Why would she aid in making someone believe her son was a rapist if she knew he wasn't? Ho hadn't neglected to deliver the letter before meeting Heather after finding the DVD. Why Scotty? The whole thing is nonsensical, and hasn't worked like any of the Franco story lines, regardless of who played the character.