Daily Archives: November 6, 2017

Deconstructing Dool

Deconstructing Dool: Worth Watching for Pure

Whether viewers loved it or loathed it the macabre stand-alone Halloween episode got an extraordinary reaction from all viewers. Like any real-life nightmare, it had confusing elements, the scenes flipped around, there were gaping plot holes, and those of us who loved it were on the edge of our seats. It was like watching a horror film. Sure, it didn’t further any of the storylines but was worth watching for pure, unadulterated fun. The rest of the week fared well, with a few WTH moments…

A bombshell drops a bombshell.
Eve’s return was pretty explosive but is still missing a reason. I don’t think marrying Deimos is the only thing she’s hiding. How hilarious was it that her eerie moaning music was back along with her. We thought we’d heard the last of that…and we hope we’ve seen the last of that uncomely faux fur she wore.

Deconstructing Dool: Worth Watching for Pure

DiMera sabotage.
Though I love me some Kate, I cannot stand how she’s treating my Theo! I’m afraid this sabotage storyline is going to land Theo in big, big trouble and she’ll be to blame.

Confirmed! Tamara Braun returns to Judi online

Memphis Blues.
Sami, Marlena, John, Sonny and Paul, AKA, the cast of “Scooby Doo” broke into somebody’s house in order to find clues about claims that Will is alive. While I can empathize with the urgency of finding Will, and how poor Sami and everyone else is feeling, this scene would have worked better for me if at least one person even mildly attempted to stop the proceedings. It’d have gone a long way in balancing Sami’s impetuousness and to some – annoying nature.

Deconstructing Dool: Worth Watching for Pure

I would have liked to see John use his ISA skills to interview Elvis or Marlena use her psychiatry degree to put Elvis at ease. None of that happened which made zero sense. Because they didn’t devise a proper plan, their impulsiveness cost them. Sonny attacked Elvis and got karate chopped into unconsciousness, and Sami’s aggressiveness landed herself in jail.

Yep. Sami hounding Lucas to do ‘what he did best’ and get drunk and make a scene so she could break out of jail was both cringe-worthy and funny. At least the second B&E was more fruitful when Susan Banks revealed herself, and told the tale (some of it a tall tale) about how she wanted to murder Will for revenge on Sami but that Ben beat her to it and Rolf couldn’t resurrect him because the ‘re-animator juice’ didn’t work. Diabolical but amazing. Of course, she’s lying about Will being alive since Lucas and Paul saw him in the flesh. The big concern now is that Will might not know who he is. Could Rolf have made him believe he’s EJ or something equally juicy deranged?