Quote lfga: i read both daisy and phyllis cast list useful information.and phyllis wins hands down..she has done more evil than daisy.
both have drugged men for sex,but daisy only pretended to have sex with daniel.
phyllis has tried to kill 2 women.
served time in prison for blackmail.
both have kidnapped.
phyllis has cheated so many ,many times.
fixed dna,to make it look like it was someone else baby
and the characters dont like daisy,says over and over she should pay, what about phyllis..i hope she gets her this week
for me, this is what makes phyl the clear winner.
when daisy watched that film of ricky killing someone, she was shocked and mortified and cried - watching that affected her so deeply. no matter what else can be said about daisy, that moment spoke volumes. and then she immediately wanted to alert the authorities. all she thought about right then and there was doing right, doing good. there were no thoughts anymore about her own selfish self-preservation and desires. in this moment that was so unexpected, her best self came forward and showed itself.
on the other hand, there is phyllis. she's about twice the age and yet all she's thinking about is herself. it's the same old phyl hiding her horrible deeds. and she has absolutely no reaction to the idea of a death and is only thinking about continuing to cover her old attempted murder and get her son out of trouble even if he should be guilty. and she has now brought him into her longtime coverup. if she were not in the middle if that, would she have a moment to reflect on daisy's death and be, in some way, disturbed or saddened at the loss of a life, anyone's life (even if it's someone we don't like, we're always somehow struck by the news of that person's passing - death is as serious as it gets, and as humans we do react)? of course not - she'd be glad that someone had made her own life a hell of a lot easier.
phyl is depraved, a degenerate. the longer she lives, the less human she becomes. the more she experiences what being human is about, the less humane she is. in the past month or so she has shown me that she deserves no sympathy and that when the show goes off the air her character must die in order for there to be any sense of rightness to how the show concludes. what would be perfect, too, would be to see her demise associated with a new (brief)character or event that has nothing to do with all the tying-up of loose ends with other characters. so, imagine she gets a flat tire and a car pulls up and the person in it, someone we've never seen and we may not even see his face or hear his voice, gets out and we see a silhouette of some kind of scuffle, and next thing we see is his car driving off and a dark shadowy lump lying on the side of the road. or she's out on the road and on her way home and thinking it's just any other day, but for some reason she swerves and hits a tree and that's it. i would like to see phyl meet her end and be alone, without anyone there talking to her on the phone or sitting next to her or otherwise with her. she is a kind of lone wolf (no offense to wolves) and so incredibly self-serving and unevolved. it would be poetic justice to see her last moment on this earth as completely alone and with no one having any inkling that this person who had always considered herself so important is now no more (and if nick were shown, we'd see him as happily involved in whatever he's doing and there's no sudden vibe about his wife - he doesn't have any kind of true-love instinctive feeling that something's off). i would flove that kind of end to phyl's character. she has earned it.