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They could try writing her business abilities back, I guess, but at this point I really don't care. The old Sharon is gone and the character they are calling Sharon these days, is just a two dimensional prop for the other characters to act off. Who cares if a cardboard cut out of a ridiculous cartoon character disappears.
I don't think she is completely gone. If they wrote a heartfelt backstory on her, it could explain her daddy issues. Maybe they can get it right this time since they epically failed with Phyllis'. They have tossed out little tidbits throughout the years. They need to piece them together. Carmine should have been her half-brother coming to find his well known sister who is part of a billionaire family. They could have bonded and he still could have fallen for Abby. ONLY now Victor is conflicted because he adores Sharon but loathes her newly-bonded baby brother? What he isn't good enough but Sharon is? Talk about potential draaaaaama.
I would also have it that Sharon was molested as a child by her father. This is why Doris was so overprotective of Sharon growing up. Before her awful rewrite, Doris and Sharon has an amazing relationship. I would bring her back as well. Have them have a real heart to heart about her blackouts, stealing, and troubles as a teen (giving up Cassie when she really wanted to keep it)
Sharon needs a support system. She is the ONLY character (besides villains) who is without one currently. Also would explain Sharon's over the top daddy issues. She never felt real love from her father, so when someone like Victor came along --- BAM.
So many possibilities to understand Sharon Collins. People remember how she used to be and I think they want to forgive her. The viewers just need a solid reason to.