KeMoCrush wrote:crazyaunt wrote:centrd wrote:No point in posting this elsewhere, but I just want to know what the heck is Diane smoking? And hear what Team #Dream thinks.
Sam & Drew agreed to pay Jason back. Drew said it was a point of honor for him. So what is she on about with Jason, rubbing it in and Sonny over there smirking?
Gawd, I'm so tired of Sam & Drew never getting credit for anything. It's like together they're the anti-christ or something.
I'm mad at the writers for making me not like some of my favorite characters, because they're all taking sides against Sam & Drew. What is up with that? How often does that happen to a popular couple on a soap?
I wonder if they're doing it on purpose? I call it Bruce Lee syndrome, where they pile on and pile on until the hero can't take it anymore and busts out with some killer moves and takes everybody out.
I mean at this point, I'd be happy if Drew and Sam took out half of Port Charles. Curtis is like their only real friend!
I'm with you on this. When she started saying all of that I thought what . I mean Drew said he WANTED to pay Jason back but she somehow forgets that bit of information What got me though was saying to Jason that Drew and Sam COULD have made it , but not now, because he was back and that Sam still loved him . I mean here we have yet another person trying to speak for what they think Sam is feeling and not too long ago she was helping Drew/Jason get his life back and now it's like he's after everything that was once Jason's. . I'm glad that they have at least one friend, Curtis . I'm ready for Curtis, Drew, and Sam to find out more on Drew's past and then watch out world because there's going to be a new TEAM to be reckoned with Anyway ..loving Drew and Sam❤❤❤❤
It's scenes like this that make me have little sympathy for Jason. You have Diane, Carly, Sonny, and Michael, all on Jason side and rooting for him. Great for them. But you have Sam rooting for Drew, and she is called all types of names. I just don't get it. At least Liz and Monica are neutral.
It's called hypocrisy and there's no way to make sense of it.