Don’t Tease Me Like That

“Goodbye, Jordan Ridgeway. It was nice while it lasted.”

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Part of that is a lie, but still! Don’t get innocent viewers’ hopes up that way.  The only thing more pleasing than Jordan skipping town, never to be heard from again, would be if she burned down her hotel (Is it a hotel? Where she keeps a cat?) in the process of skipping town and Daniel, down the hall performing various and sundry miracles, was killed in the blaze.

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8 Comments on “Don’t Tease Me Like That”

  1. Dylan Says:

    Somehow I doubt she’s leaving town. I mean what about all the people circling around her? Ben, Sheryl, the cat, Rafe, are they all going to disappear now too? So bizarre..

    • Shell Says:

      Lol at “the cat!” That woman is sooooo boring. Her personality is just a lump. Why does this show portray women as whacked out vendetta-driven maniacs or bland rice bowls? Hmmm….then again the men are portrayed as amped up testosterone-fueled meat heads or manipulators, so at least their gender stereotypes are equally sexist!

      • mykleraus Says:

        They’re very equal opportunity when it comes to bad characterization! My big issue with Jordan is just that nothing has happened, and Rafe is so isolated (relatively speaking) that this whole thing has been happening in a bubble.

    • mykleraus Says:


      • Dylan Says:

        What on earth was with Jordan’s conversation with Ben?! “You’re here and you want to stay, so I have to leave.” ???? Are they ever going to any more specific?

      • mykleraus Says:

        Thank god Reilly isn’t still writing. It would be MONTHS of this. “No one can know the thing that you know about me that I don’t want anyone else to know!”

  2. I’m literally dying at the fact that they used some wonky soundboard with the fakest cat mew in the world. The producers can get people to let actors hold their babies and call them their own but they can’t find a cat to use, or atleast a believable cat sound. The imaginary cat is about as believable as Jordan Ridgeway. This is exactly like Brady’s story with Madison James, except so much more hollow.

    • mykleraus Says:

      They used to LOVE an offscreen baby sound, and it was always as fake as this cat. I remember baby Will having some really awful “crying,” and then they’d cut to the kid just chillin’ there looking bland as milk. So maybe this cat is just “classic Days!” (Or shoddy work. Whichever.)

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