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    #24671   2013/10/30 09:37PM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    TwoOfEach
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    Quote Soapfan326: NE Spoilers wk 11/11

    Nikki gathers friends and family to celebrate Veteran's Day

    Dylan and Avery share a tender moment

    Abby considers an important offer from Victor

    Things heat up between Lily and Cane

    Neil and Leslie's romantic evening takes a surprising turn

    The truth about the hit and run takes its toll on Adam


    Hmm This could be lots of things. MM's interview reveals that Adam concludes that he probably was the driver. Maybe we see him wrestling with the guilt and deciding not to tell, or maybe he's arrested.

    If soap fans didn't demand that stories be tied up in neat little bows, MM's interview would make me wonder if we never find out for sure what happened that night. Where it looks more likely than not that Adam was the driver, but the police don't have enough to convict and the audience can't be sure either.

    #24672   2013/10/30 09:43PM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    Ari1
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    Quote cdhg:
    Quote TwoOfEach: In my former life pre-kids, I worked on campaign strategy, so I understand the importance of controlling the narrative. I don't go into threads bashing Sharon or her supporters b/c name-calling turns people off; but I will tell my side of the story and clear up any inaccuracies.

    I actually like Chelsea's messy past. She isn't some ice princess or fragile doll. She's a scrappy, street-smart pint-sized beauty who challenges Adam. She owns her former life but wants to be better. I think Adam admires that about her.

    And its way too early in the story to say anything about a reunion that hasn't happened yet.

    On the night Delia died, Chelsea told the doctor that Connor was three weeks old. At most, he's a month old in GC time. I don't know any parents of a newborn who get enough sleep to function properly, much less think about romance. You eat, drink, take care of the baby and sleep. Sometimes you even forget to shower. The last thing on your mind is nookie, passion or anything related to the act that created the baby. Add in the fact, that Adam has only known Peanut was his for a few weeks and then he might have hit Delia; sorry but sweeping Chelsea off her feet isn't on the agenda.

    Doesn't mean, he doesn't love her though. Watching her cry over Dylan, covering her with a blanket, his response to her hug, pulling her close when she was sobbing about the baby going into surgery, the look on his face and in his eyes when she slapped him in the dream--all these things show how deeply Adam feels for Chelsea in spite of all the horrible things that have happened.


    Great post.

    I could approach this from either Adam or Chelsea's angle as either would be a very difficult few days going back to Dylan kidnapping Connor. Very few days have passed in Genoa City since that time.

    Just going back to the day that Chadam took their baby to the hospital with fever. It seems Adam was up all night. The next day he talks with Avery about parental rights. That evening Chadam gets the call from the eye specialist. Victor stops by first. They get tough news from the eye specialist visit. Adam then almost has a wreck. He gets home and has a tense conversation with Chelsea. He learns about the Delia accident. He starts feeling guilt regarding having been the one to hit Delia. Jack and Chelsea's words about the person who did it make him feel worse. He visits with a black market dealer and Billy late in the night. He is up all night.

    The next day, they go to the hospital and learn the corneas are not usable. He later learns about Delia corneas being donated while in the same room as her parents. The surgery takes place. He has a terrifying dream regarding how Chelsea would react to him hitting Delia. Later he goes home, he burns the scarf, and Victor stops by. Later Sharon approaches him in Chancellor Park. She offers some kind words, but being around her probably brings up a lot of bad memories and guilt.

    I do not know how he had energy to jump rope later. That was an impressive display, regardless.

    From Adam's perspective you have Chelsea lying about the paternity all of those months to deal with. From Chelsea's perspective while she no longer has to live a lie she has to adjust to a different life now than she had planned and being around someone who broke her heart. She feels guilt for the impact of her lies. Adam and Chelsea's tension and the baby's health/blindness issues with Delia's accident and her corneas being in their son's eyes is a whole, whole lot to deal with.


    Wow! When you put it all together like that, I'm surprised how Chelsea and Adam can even stand, much less function. Hopefully they will get good news about the baby and that can be one less thing they'll have to worry about.

    I wish they would have a heart to heart like they did at the doctor's office that lead to the hug. I hope they can start being more open with each other. I can tell Chelsea wants Adam to open up to her but she's not pushing like she did last year. She seems to be waiting for him to make the first move. Last year he threw himself in work and saving Sharon, but this year he's letting his pain consume him. He may have an emotional breakdown that might lead him to unburden himself on Chelsea. I can see Chelsea defending him when he becomes a suspect. She would say Adam could never hurt a child and leave her to die. That might end up making Adam feel more guilty. I'm still counting on Adam confiding in Chelsea. Last year he hid the truth from her and kept lying. It just makes sense with the way the story and parallels are playing out that he would turn to Chelsea in his grief. The first week in November was when Chelsea found out about Sharon so I'm hoping the writers are still following the parallels and Adam will tell her in the next two weeks.

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    #24673   2013/10/30 09:52PM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    runslikeagirl
    image

    Quote TwoOfEach:
    Quote Soapfan326: NE Spoilers wk 11/11

    Nikki gathers friends and family to celebrate Veteran's Day

    Dylan and Avery share a tender moment

    Abby considers an important offer from Victor

    Things heat up between Lily and Cane

    Neil and Leslie's romantic evening takes a surprising turn

    The truth about the hit and run takes its toll on Adam


    Hmm This could be lots of things. MM's interview reveals that Adam concludes that he probably was the driver. Maybe we see him wrestling with the guilt and deciding not to tell, or maybe he's arrested.

    If soap fans didn't demand that stories be tied up in neat little bows, MM's interview would make me wonder if we never find out for sure what happened that night. Where it looks more likely than not that Adam was the driver, but the police don't have enough to convict and the audience can't be sure either.


    Really? Because I came to the opposite conclusion from that interview: (emphasis mine)

    Soaps.com: Adam burning the scarf seemed like a definitive decision. Is there any going back from that?

    Muhney: Adam realizes that although he felt nothing, heard nothing, and saw nothing while he was driving, this scarf must be incriminating. But could it have just been caught up in his wheel because it was lying in the street? Did Adam do this? How could it be? Because as far as Adam experienced, there was no "hit" and obviously there was no "run." And once he starts to put the pieces together later, his amazing capacity for guilt starts to take over, and at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia.

    Now we all know Adam is incredibly intelligent, and he's definitely smart enough to know that things aren't always as they seem, and there could certainly be another driver out there who hit this little girl, but his guilt and his conscience are eating him up alive, and then reason sets in: If he turns himself in, will that bring her back? How can he be certain that it was him? What if he turns himself in and was wrong?


    ****
    Now yes, he did say that "at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia," but to me the key part of that sentence is "emotionally accepts" not "probably" because right now, he's running on pure emotion and adrenaline, not intellect or reason. Without giving the story away and getting in trouble with the writers/head honchos, I think MM did a great job of planting the seed in viewers' minds that there's more to come to the story, and like we've said before on this MB, the real story here is him struggling with taking a chance coming forward when he's not sure if he did it, but he knows that he'll be treated like he's guilty and won't get a fair investigation/trial because of who he is, and that this will likely take him away from his son.

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    #24674   2013/10/30 10:25PM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    TwoOfEach
    image

    Quote runslikeagirl:
    Quote TwoOfEach:
    Quote Soapfan326: NE Spoilers wk 11/11

    Nikki gathers friends and family to celebrate Veteran's Day

    Dylan and Avery share a tender moment

    Abby considers an important offer from Victor

    Things heat up between Lily and Cane

    Neil and Leslie's romantic evening takes a surprising turn

    The truth about the hit and run takes its toll on Adam


    Hmm This could be lots of things. MM's interview reveals that Adam concludes that he probably was the driver. Maybe we see him wrestling with the guilt and deciding not to tell, or maybe he's arrested.

    If soap fans didn't demand that stories be tied up in neat little bows, MM's interview would make me wonder if we never find out for sure what happened that night. Where it looks more likely than not that Adam was the driver, but the police don't have enough to convict and the audience can't be sure either.


    Really? Because I came to the opposite conclusion from that interview: (emphasis mine)

    Soaps.com: Adam burning the scarf seemed like a definitive decision. Is there any going back from that?

    Muhney: Adam realizes that although he felt nothing, heard nothing, and saw nothing while he was driving, this scarf must be incriminating. But could it have just been caught up in his wheel because it was lying in the street? Did Adam do this? How could it be? Because as far as Adam experienced, there was no "hit" and obviously there was no "run." And once he starts to put the pieces together later, his amazing capacity for guilt starts to take over, and at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia.

    Now we all know Adam is incredibly intelligent, and he's definitely smart enough to know that things aren't always as they seem, and there could certainly be another driver out there who hit this little girl, but his guilt and his conscience are eating him up alive, and then reason sets in: If he turns himself in, will that bring her back? How can he be certain that it was him? What if he turns himself in and was wrong?


    ****
    Now yes, he did say that "at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia," but to me the key part of that sentence is "emotionally accepts" not "probably" because right now, he's running on pure emotion and adrenaline, not intellect or reason. Without giving the story away and getting in trouble with the writers/head honchos, I think MM did a great job of planting the seed in viewers' minds that there's more to come to the story, and like we've said before on this MB, the real story here is him struggling with taking a chance coming forward when he's not sure if he did it, but he knows that he'll be treated like he's guilty and won't get a fair investigation/trial because of who he is, and that this will likely take him away from his son.


    But what does this mean: "The journey isn't over, and each viewer will have their own personal feelings about all of it. It is not for me to say how the viewers will feel about Adam when this is all over." And "but what happens in the end is something for everyone to decide for on their own." Especially in relation to a question about Adam's redemption.

    MM strongly signals that Adam is not going to confess. What does the audience have to decide about Adam if he doesn't confess to a crime that we later learn he didn't do?

    I think its going to be a very interesting journey. I'm not convinced Adam did it, but I also haven't ruled it out as a possibility.

    I hope that I'm not a bad fan for saying this, but I sincerely hope that Adam pulls out of this funk soon and starts protecting himself and his family. If he isn't going to come forward then he needs to figure out what really happened and make arrangements to ensure that Connor and Chelsea are safe and provided for when the mob eventually comes after him.

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    #24675   2013/10/31 02:32AM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    cdhg
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    Here are the Pulse Results for the Week. MM, MCE, and Chadam did well this week. Adam and Chelsea as a couple finished #2. In the individual categories MM finished #2 and MCE finished #4.

    tvsourcemagazine.com/2013/10/pulse-results-october-21-2013-edition/

    #24676   2013/10/31 04:17AM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    Ari1
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    Quote cdhg: Here are the Pulse Results for the Week. MM, MCE, and Chadam did well this week. Adam and Chelsea as a couple finished #2. In the individual categories MM finished #2 and MCE finished #4.

    tvsourcemagazine.com/2013/10/pulse-results-october-21-2013-edition/


    I'm glad our couple beat out that other toxic pairing. I love Chadam! They are the best, most realistic couple ever. Their chemistry is off the charts. They always make me forget they're acting bc their interactions seem so real. Let's all keep up the support!

    #24677   2013/10/31 05:02AM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    Laduree
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    Quote runslikeagirl:
    Quote TwoOfEach:
    Quote Soapfan326: NE Spoilers wk 11/11

    Nikki gathers friends and family to celebrate Veteran's Day

    Dylan and Avery share a tender moment

    Abby considers an important offer from Victor

    Things heat up between Lily and Cane

    Neil and Leslie's romantic evening takes a surprising turn

    The truth about the hit and run takes its toll on Adam


    Hmm This could be lots of things. MM's interview reveals that Adam concludes that he probably was the driver. Maybe we see him wrestling with the guilt and deciding not to tell, or maybe he's arrested.

    If soap fans didn't demand that stories be tied up in neat little bows, MM's interview would make me wonder if we never find out for sure what happened that night. Where it looks more likely than not that Adam was the driver, but the police don't have enough to convict and the audience can't be sure either.


    Really? Because I came to the opposite conclusion from that interview: (emphasis mine)

    Soaps.com: Adam burning the scarf seemed like a definitive decision. Is there any going back from that?

    Muhney: Adam realizes that although he felt nothing, heard nothing, and saw nothing while he was driving, this scarf must be incriminating. But could it have just been caught up in his wheel because it was lying in the street? Did Adam do this? How could it be? Because as far as Adam experienced, there was no "hit" and obviously there was no "run." And once he starts to put the pieces together later, his amazing capacity for guilt starts to take over, and at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia.

    Now we all know Adam is incredibly intelligent, and he's definitely smart enough to know that things aren't always as they seem, and there could certainly be another driver out there who hit this little girl, but his guilt and his conscience are eating him up alive, and then reason sets in: If he turns himself in, will that bring her back? How can he be certain that it was him? What if he turns himself in and was wrong?


    ****
    Now yes, he did say that "at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia," but to me the key part of that sentence is "emotionally accepts" not "probably" because right now, he's running on pure emotion and adrenaline, not intellect or reason. Without giving the story away and getting in trouble with the writers/head honchos, I think MM did a great job of planting the seed in viewers' minds that there's more to come to the story, and like we've said before on this MB, the real story here is him struggling with taking a chance coming forward when he's not sure if he did it, but he knows that he'll be treated like he's guilty and won't get a fair investigation/trial because of who he is, and that this will likely take him away from his son.


    I reached the same conclusion, but the part that caught my attention was when he stated that Adam felt nothing, heard nothing and saw nothing. That is just not possible. It defies physics and logic.

    BTW- WTH is wrong with some of the people on this MB? I thought there was a strict policy regarding actor bashing. Someone started a nice thread pertaining to his interview and already some folks are ragging on him. I posted in that thread about it because it really bothers me. People see him interacting on Twitter and make such broad assumptions about him. It's absurd.

    #24678   2013/10/31 06:58AM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    gardengal
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    Quote Laduree:
    Quote runslikeagirl:
    Quote TwoOfEach:
    Quote Soapfan326: NE Spoilers wk 11/11

    Nikki gathers friends and family to celebrate Veteran's Day

    Dylan and Avery share a tender moment

    Abby considers an important offer from Victor

    Things heat up between Lily and Cane

    Neil and Leslie's romantic evening takes a surprising turn

    The truth about the hit and run takes its toll on Adam


    Hmm This could be lots of things. MM's interview reveals that Adam concludes that he probably was the driver. Maybe we see him wrestling with the guilt and deciding not to tell, or maybe he's arrested.

    If soap fans didn't demand that stories be tied up in neat little bows, MM's interview would make me wonder if we never find out for sure what happened that night. Where it looks more likely than not that Adam was the driver, but the police don't have enough to convict and the audience can't be sure either.


    Really? Because I came to the opposite conclusion from that interview: (emphasis mine)

    Soaps.com: Adam burning the scarf seemed like a definitive decision. Is there any going back from that?

    Muhney: Adam realizes that although he felt nothing, heard nothing, and saw nothing while he was driving, this scarf must be incriminating. But could it have just been caught up in his wheel because it was lying in the street? Did Adam do this? How could it be? Because as far as Adam experienced, there was no "hit" and obviously there was no "run." And once he starts to put the pieces together later, his amazing capacity for guilt starts to take over, and at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia.

    Now we all know Adam is incredibly intelligent, and he's definitely smart enough to know that things aren't always as they seem, and there could certainly be another driver out there who hit this little girl, but his guilt and his conscience are eating him up alive, and then reason sets in: If he turns himself in, will that bring her back? How can he be certain that it was him? What if he turns himself in and was wrong?


    ****
    Now yes, he did say that "at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia," but to me the key part of that sentence is "emotionally accepts" not "probably" because right now, he's running on pure emotion and adrenaline, not intellect or reason. Without giving the story away and getting in trouble with the writers/head honchos, I think MM did a great job of planting the seed in viewers' minds that there's more to come to the story, and like we've said before on this MB, the real story here is him struggling with taking a chance coming forward when he's not sure if he did it, but he knows that he'll be treated like he's guilty and won't get a fair investigation/trial because of who he is, and that this will likely take him away from his son.


    I reached the same conclusion, but the part that caught my attention was when he stated that Adam felt nothing, heard nothing and saw nothing. That is just not possible. It defies physics and logic.

    BTW- WTH is wrong with some of the people on this MB? I thought there was a strict policy regarding actor bashing. Someone started a nice thread pertaining to his interview and already some folks are ragging on him. I posted in that thread about it because it really bothers me. People see him interacting on Twitter and make such broad assumptions about him. It's absurd.


    To me that is the wink, wink - Adam didn't do it. He just thinks for some time he is guilty.

    #24679   2013/10/31 07:31AM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    runslikeagirl
    image

    Quote TwoOfEach:
    Quote runslikeagirl:
    Quote TwoOfEach:
    Quote Soapfan326: NE Spoilers wk 11/11

    Nikki gathers friends and family to celebrate Veteran's Day

    Dylan and Avery share a tender moment

    Abby considers an important offer from Victor

    Things heat up between Lily and Cane

    Neil and Leslie's romantic evening takes a surprising turn

    The truth about the hit and run takes its toll on Adam


    Hmm This could be lots of things. MM's interview reveals that Adam concludes that he probably was the driver. Maybe we see him wrestling with the guilt and deciding not to tell, or maybe he's arrested.

    If soap fans didn't demand that stories be tied up in neat little bows, MM's interview would make me wonder if we never find out for sure what happened that night. Where it looks more likely than not that Adam was the driver, but the police don't have enough to convict and the audience can't be sure either.


    Really? Because I came to the opposite conclusion from that interview: (emphasis mine)

    Soaps.com: Adam burning the scarf seemed like a definitive decision. Is there any going back from that?

    Muhney: Adam realizes that although he felt nothing, heard nothing, and saw nothing while he was driving, this scarf must be incriminating. But could it have just been caught up in his wheel because it was lying in the street? Did Adam do this? How could it be? Because as far as Adam experienced, there was no "hit" and obviously there was no "run." And once he starts to put the pieces together later, his amazing capacity for guilt starts to take over, and at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia.

    Now we all know Adam is incredibly intelligent, and he's definitely smart enough to know that things aren't always as they seem, and there could certainly be another driver out there who hit this little girl, but his guilt and his conscience are eating him up alive, and then reason sets in: If he turns himself in, will that bring her back? How can he be certain that it was him? What if he turns himself in and was wrong?


    ****
    Now yes, he did say that "at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia," but to me the key part of that sentence is "emotionally accepts" not "probably" because right now, he's running on pure emotion and adrenaline, not intellect or reason. Without giving the story away and getting in trouble with the writers/head honchos, I think MM did a great job of planting the seed in viewers' minds that there's more to come to the story, and like we've said before on this MB, the real story here is him struggling with taking a chance coming forward when he's not sure if he did it, but he knows that he'll be treated like he's guilty and won't get a fair investigation/trial because of who he is, and that this will likely take him away from his son.


    But what does this mean: "The journey isn't over, and each viewer will have their own personal feelings about all of it. It is not for me to say how the viewers will feel about Adam when this is all over." And "but what happens in the end is something for everyone to decide for on their own." Especially in relation to a question about Adam's redemption.

    MM strongly signals that Adam is not going to confess. What does the audience have to decide about Adam if he doesn't confess to a crime that we later learn he didn't do?

    I think its going to be a very interesting journey. I'm not convinced Adam did it, but I also haven't ruled it out as a possibility.

    I hope that I'm not a bad fan for saying this, but I sincerely hope that Adam pulls out of this funk soon and starts protecting himself and his family. If he isn't going to come forward then he needs to figure out what really happened and make arrangements to ensure that Connor and Chelsea are safe and provided for when the mob eventually comes after him.


    I think he meant more that every viewer will have to decide if they agree that he shouldn't come forward. People on Twitter are already bashing him because he didn't run to the police that night, andd then that he didn't speak up before the transplant. From my perspective, protecting his family takes precedence over possibly coming forward when he's not even sure he did anything. But, other viewers might not agree and might think that crosses the line for the character.

    And, yes, I'm ready for him to make a decision about not coming forward and putting it behind him. I think coming clean with Chelsea will do that. She has been getting more sleep than him it seems like and she hasn't been going through the personal hell he has the past -- what has it been 2,3 days? -- so chances are she'll have a more tempered, realistic take on the situation and can calm him down. Hopefully!

    #24680   2013/10/31 07:36AM
    Re: Chadam Fans Only NO BASHING
    runslikeagirl
    image

    Quote Laduree:
    Quote runslikeagirl:
    Quote TwoOfEach:
    Quote Soapfan326: NE Spoilers wk 11/11

    Nikki gathers friends and family to celebrate Veteran's Day

    Dylan and Avery share a tender moment

    Abby considers an important offer from Victor

    Things heat up between Lily and Cane

    Neil and Leslie's romantic evening takes a surprising turn

    The truth about the hit and run takes its toll on Adam


    Hmm This could be lots of things. MM's interview reveals that Adam concludes that he probably was the driver. Maybe we see him wrestling with the guilt and deciding not to tell, or maybe he's arrested.

    If soap fans didn't demand that stories be tied up in neat little bows, MM's interview would make me wonder if we never find out for sure what happened that night. Where it looks more likely than not that Adam was the driver, but the police don't have enough to convict and the audience can't be sure either.


    Really? Because I came to the opposite conclusion from that interview: (emphasis mine)

    Soaps.com: Adam burning the scarf seemed like a definitive decision. Is there any going back from that?

    Muhney: Adam realizes that although he felt nothing, heard nothing, and saw nothing while he was driving, this scarf must be incriminating. But could it have just been caught up in his wheel because it was lying in the street? Did Adam do this? How could it be? Because as far as Adam experienced, there was no "hit" and obviously there was no "run." And once he starts to put the pieces together later, his amazing capacity for guilt starts to take over, and at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia.

    Now we all know Adam is incredibly intelligent, and he's definitely smart enough to know that things aren't always as they seem, and there could certainly be another driver out there who hit this little girl, but his guilt and his conscience are eating him up alive, and then reason sets in: If he turns himself in, will that bring her back? How can he be certain that it was him? What if he turns himself in and was wrong?


    ****
    Now yes, he did say that "at some point, he emotionally accepts the idea that he was possibly, and probably, the one to hit Delia," but to me the key part of that sentence is "emotionally accepts" not "probably" because right now, he's running on pure emotion and adrenaline, not intellect or reason. Without giving the story away and getting in trouble with the writers/head honchos, I think MM did a great job of planting the seed in viewers' minds that there's more to come to the story, and like we've said before on this MB, the real story here is him struggling with taking a chance coming forward when he's not sure if he did it, but he knows that he'll be treated like he's guilty and won't get a fair investigation/trial because of who he is, and that this will likely take him away from his son.


    I reached the same conclusion, but the part that caught my attention was when he stated that Adam felt nothing, heard nothing and saw nothing. That is just not possible. It defies physics and logic.

    BTW- WTH is wrong with some of the people on this MB? I thought there was a strict policy regarding actor bashing. Someone started a nice thread pertaining to his interview and already some folks are ragging on him. I posted in that thread about it because it really bothers me. People see him interacting on Twitter and make such broad assumptions about him. It's absurd.


    That was telling to me as well, but I didn't want to italicize everything! He had to have felt SOMETHING if he really did it! I still lean towards Courtney or this mysterious Zach.

    I also don't get the MM hate AT ALL. To me, he's hilarious, sarcastic, intelligent and deeply caring. The people that misinterpret what he says, who think his ego's too big, are people I don't think I'd get along with in real life anyway, so I just don't let it bother me. People tend to be way too judgmental online than in real life because the anonymity of it all makes them braver than they really are.

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