Midweek Musings

I appreciate that they’ve found a way to call back Chloe’s prostitution story in an organic but not-so-dark way. But:

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What’s that saying about people who used to sell their bodies on glass street corners? Someone should probably remind Kate of it.

Also, isn’t this like the third or fourth time that Philip had a kid and then had to give it up? I’m not sure who has worse luck, him or Nicole. If the two of them got together, do you think all the children in Salem would spontaneously explode?

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14 Comments on “Midweek Musings”

  1. fluffysmom Says:

    I wonder when Kate’s involvement in the prostitution story will be revealed.

  2. Alana Says:

    LOL, yeah, Kate is going to have a tough time explaining why being a prostitute makes Chloe a bad mom, but being a prostitute doesn’t DQ Kate from being a great grandmother (and a great-grandmother for that matter).

    I honestly forget exactly how Kate was involved in the Chloe prostitution thing. Did she hire that australian guy to do it? Or something? That whole dayspa prostitution period of days is all pretty much a wash for me. All I can picture is Quinn shirtlessly doing karate in the lobby of his spa, and Chloe having to sleep with some drunk guys.

    • Stevie Says:

      I also vaguely remember an older “client” of Chloe’s that tried to help her out financially at one point…or am I imagining that?

      • mykleraus Says:

        Yep. I think he offered and she ultimately turned him down. I didn’t even understand what she was supposed to be thinking at that time. That was when things got horribly Higley-ish (see also: TAYLOR!).

    • mykleraus Says:

      At least they addressed it all today! The Kate/Jen scenes were really good.

      And yeah, Kate hired Quinn… who randomly happened to be Vivian’s son, which was ridiculous.

      • Dan Says:

        I literally stopped in the kitchen to listen to the Kate / Jen scene. When Kate said, “I’m sure you blame me for most of the misery in your childhood…,” I died. I love how they’ve merged the Reed / Horton clans. Kate is an integral part of their story, but has never been played that way in the past except for Higley / Whitsell and Tomlin / Whitsell.

        What I also loved was the way Lauren Koslow has played all these scenes. During the poison apple period, Koslow played it all hard and cold. This material she played all soft and emotional, and yet, she was still accomplishing her goal. Kate’s emotional manipulation of Daniel and Jennifer has been stellar. Everything Kate is true, but she is just using it to achieve her goals. Granted, she is leaving some important information out.

        After these Jen / Kate scenes, I NEED Bill Horton back. Just imagine Jen losing her damn mind as Kate and Bill get close again?

        The Chloe / Nicole scenes were AMAZING as well.

        Honestly, every story is on fire right now.

      • mykleraus Says:

        YES. Kate vs Jen is sooooo good. This is by far the most interesting angle or aspect of the Jen/Daniel relationship. Kate’s involvement in the Horton family, especially Jen and Mike’s lives, has been almost entirely ignored since Laura left the show, but Thursday’s scenes between them were fantastic.

        And yeah — as much as I love the Chloe/Nicole bond, those scenes were so nasty and murky and reeked of the pain both of them have been through.

  3. fluffysmom Says:

    Chloe drunkenly slept with Quinn who left her money in the morning. It was all recorded and thus the blackmailing of Chloe began. Kate did it all to get evidence and keep Chloe away from Parker and Philip.

    Quinn turning out to be Vivian’s son was really weird. They were both sent out of Salem before they could pursue a story between them.

  4. Joanna Says:

    In other mid-week news…

    I am obsessed with the following: Salem PD’s “finest technology” per Hope consists of an iPod shuffle and a costume jewelry brooch. No wonder Stefano has evaded arrest and prosecution for so long.

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