Quote Iansmom92: I think part of the problem may be too many writers. I watched the opening credits recently and counted eight! The stories are very disjointed and change every time the wind blows, or so it seems. The writers need to choose a story and stick with it. Sharon quits Newman one day, but the next day she's there as one of the only two executives remaining at Newman after Adam's takeover. And the takeover story ... first Victor goes to Adam to ask for his help in getting his company back and Adam turns him down. Then later Adam approaches Victor and says he'll help (because he's ticked off at Jack and his feelings have been hurt), to which Victor responds that he no longer needs his help (his feelings were hurt when Adam initially turned him down so now he's cutting his nose off to spite his face). Then Adam decides to help Jack and then Jack steps down and puts Adam and Billy in charge; and then Billy is gone and Adam is now the only one in charge! I truly hate long, drawn out stories like the "Who Killed Diane" fiasco, but every day someone new is in charge at either Jabot (Neil is in ... Neil is out ... Neil is in ... now Neil is out again) or Newman. And I had to laugh when Adam said the Board was supportive with his choice of Sharon as an executive, but only a short time ago the Board wanted her out because she had caused the stock to tank previously and they didn't trust her! It's like watching a tennis match, and I feel as though I'm suffering whiplash!
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