This is where MCE gets to show her passionate side. By getting Dylan to forgive her and not just move on to the next man.If she doesn't fight for Dylan how can viewers take her seriously with any of her pairing. Chylan do have chemistry they just need a boost of some kind. Chadam the writers went too far they need a good long break. So far they tell us nothing about Chelsea. From what we seen she doesn't even remember Adam.The whole s/l is mess that has gone on too long. Frankly when they removed Adam I lost interest with the whole thing. I use to love Chadam
I've lost interest with the ENTIRE story.
I no longer care enough to tune in. I do not feel like checking in, everyday, to find out if Chelsea came clean with a character who does not have any personality, charm, sense of humor or any recognizable facial expression except the one used to emote utter and complete aloofness.
Watching Dylan is like watching a 38 minute run at Dumb & Dumber, only the joke is on the audience.
I want to feel something when I watch him. I want to laugh when he makes a wry joke and cheer him on when he's being beaten down; and there isn't any incentive to do that. The skill needed to inform the audience that we are watching a nuanced and complex character is NOT there.
Now, I understand for you, you're seeing something differently but for me, I shouldn't have to work this hard to feel something for Dylan.
And before I get into Chelsea, I want you read what I typed and understand where I am coming from. My gripe with Dylan is about the portrayer's inability to rise to the occasion and prove he was worth hiring. Let's digest that before we move on to Chelsea.
The type of passion you're looking for in Chelsea is one I'd like to see as well but I don't want to see it used to fight for a man like Dylan. I want someone who is as equally as passionate as Chelsea and for me, that character is Adam. She is just as deceptive and deceiving as Adam, so why wouldn't she those same traits when push comes to shove.
I also wouldn't mind it if she sought "passion" in the arms of a female companion such as Cane's new assistant, Hilary or in her new gal-pal, Avery (I'm open to a little girl-on-girl action) but I digress.
I want from Chelsea should provoke thoughtful, meaningful and profound reactions from viewers and fans alike and as of recently, that is not the case. The type of passion that moves viewers to tears and makes them want to defend a character is ABSENT in her scenes with Dylan; and there is a reason for that. The character lacks insight. Her scenes, as of late, lacks conscious thought. Viewers do not know why she does what she does and they do not care. Heck, people didn't care before and now the writers and executive producers are given them more to gripe about.
Give me a scene where she laments on her insecurities and how she hated seeing Adam with Sharon at every turn, and I'll show you viewers who will flock to her defense.
Give me a scene where she coldly calculates how much she can manipulate Dylan into doing what she wants while she struggles with her guilt and her unexplained anxieties and I'll pinpoint (to you) where this character's passion lies. I understand you are a Chylan fan and you would like me to address that but I can't do that for you. I'm not a Dylan fan. I don't see passion. I don't see any honest, insightful, hard-hitting stories being told with this pairing. I don't see the chemistry between Dylan and Chelsea or Dylan and anyone else for that matter. I'm simply bored with the character and I think he should be written off.