Quote lightandday:Quote OspreyGirl:Quote sj77: VR may be fiesty, but she's not an outright liar. She said that was not a part of the script and that Phyllis improvised and added that little tidbit herself because she thought it would add to the scene.
VR was upset, rightfully so, and she demanded an apology, which wasn't given until she took it to TPTB.
I find it interesting that VR is criticized for standing up for herself in real life, yet a vicious character on a tv show (Phyllis) gets all kinds of kudos for "supposedly" standing up for herself, however illegal the crime.
I think it's surprising too that some think it's VR's fault for being insulted from someone's nasty spit put on her. I don't think that was scripted and frankly, I think it's a form of disrespect to have someone spit on another person, acting or not. Victoria had every right to stand up and demand an apology because the act was unacceptable. I doubt that she is hard up on wanting to come back to Y&R–the writing hasn't changed for the better and she would be frustrated again with the drama. She has had interviews spilling the beans about what happened behind the scenes and some folks got a bit p!ssy about that…oh well!
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I remember it like it was yesterday And Victoria Rowell said just that it wasn't in the dam script don't no why thats' so hard for some to swallow unless U just don;t like VR, I think she handle it just fine, because had it been me I know I could never grace the studios again after spitting right back on her but since VR did not go that route I feel like folk are pretty much over it just as VR has stated in many of interviews on several sites that are read by few and not by many apparently because they still asking.
Thank you! VR is too happy to not get sucked back into that fraternity nonsense that happened behind the scenes at Y&R. She had every right to speak up, and no one was bashing Michelle Stafford. What Michelle did was vile, plain and simple, and there shouldn't be any sugarcoating the fact of what she did. Mistake or not, it was disrespectful, and for VR to have to ask for an apology is beyond comprehension. I don't care if this happened 3 minutes or 3 years ago, wrong is wrong.