After ranting that Jeffrey was too much of an enabler and that I wanted him to be a true partner to Reva, Josh has just reminded me why Jeffrey is the better man, hands down. I’ll stand by that statement until the writers decide to turn Jeffrey into a Reva obsessed stalker. <sigh> Don’t give me that look. You know it’s coming. At some point the writers will decide to put JEVA back together, and Jeffrey will be ruined, the man Reva has to be saved FROM, in order to make Josh her hero. Too bad.
Joshua Lewis has to be the most preternaturally stupid man in daytime, and that’s saying something. Have you SEEN ATWT’s Brad Snyder? Josh thinks that having a child with Cassie is a good idea? Even if Reva wasn’t an issue for him, having tangled with “the good son”, Will, should be enough to get him to consider what kind of bad seed Cassie has to offer.
Josh, the MINISTER, didn’t understand the nature of the therapist’s questions? The man has counseled how many others? How could he not recognize the fact that something is definitely wrong when a couple is planning to have a child to give them ‘something to focus on’? Are you kidding me? What other sage pieces of advice does Rev. Josh have to offer:
“It’s a myth, you can’t get someone pregnant the FIRST time”
“Spending your salary on lottery tickets is much better than investing in a 401k”
“Inverting your lucky socks will make it snow hard enough to cause a snow day.”
Any of the above works just a well as “Having a baby saves a bad marriage”.
Even worse, the man who takes pride in counseling others tries to convince his wife that therapists only string you along to get you to pay to come back. Right. Only there’s no way Josh would support a couple with his and Cassie’s problems in their quest to drag a child into their dysfunction. Josh may want to give up his ministry and start with a little self-healing.
Tell me, I can take it. Was Josh always this self-deluded? Have I been kidding myself about the man all these years? My mother always told me that I was a fool for a pretty face. I hate it when she’s right.
I’ve read enough fan comments to know that some think that Brooke has ‘betrayed’ her sister and that she’s turned on Donna for Ridge’s sake. That idea ignores the fact that Brooke is a pretty tough businesswoman in her own right. I knew Donna was in trouble when Brooke admitted that she was the one who encouraged Ridge to make his move. The idea that she’s working at Ridge’s behest demeans Brooke, and it gives her too much credit for blowing the Logan family apart.
The Logan family is already fractured enough that Katie is in love with her niece’s husband, and Donna plotted against her niece Bridget, on her wedding day, to try to give Katie the edge in stealing the man away. Listening to Donna moaning about familial disloyalty is a little like listening to Sheila Carter complain about gratuitous violence.
I don’t see Brooke ‘turning’ on her sister. I see her as a woman who has every bit as much invested in FC as Eric, Ridge, or anyone else -maybe more since she’s on record as having developed some of the most profitable lines in FC history.
To watch FC, and her children’s futures, go up in flames wouldn’t make sense. Brooke is becoming the tough CEO she once was, the woman who kept FC at the top of its game and gave it greater standing in the international community.
Between the Logans and the Forresters, business often comes first. This is no different from any other time there’s been a power struggle between the two families. Donna will give as good as she gets, at least for a while, I’m sure. She’s already behaving as if she’s earned her place in the company. She already sees herself as protecting her rights and those of her son. Her months old marriage to Eric gives her that right, I guess. Oh, that’s right. She has Eric’s support.
Brooke and Ridge tried using reason to get Eric to see what was happening with the company and to get him to step down. Those fools! They should have offered the man a lifetime supply of Viagra. He’d have had that office cleared out in a half hour (you know, if he was real).