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- Stefano realizes Kate is the reason Sami shot EJ.
- Nathan sees he can be happy without his soul mate.
- Philip watches a close moment between Nathan and Melanie.
- Chloe knows Daniel is heading into danger.
Below is a summary of the interview with Alison Sweeney and James Scott. For the full articles, please go to Forbidden Love Ejami Fan Forum
Before we even get into this, how hilarious is it that it’s from the EJami perspective? HIGHlarious. Ahem, anyway, on with this summary:
Sami and Rafe tie the knot before EJ takes her children, so it’s not necessarily the happiest of occasions. “Well, EJ is a pretty charitable chap, says James Scott. He does give Samantha 24 hours to say goodbye to the children and she decides to use that time to get married.
Alison Sweeney says that Sami is really happy to be marrying Rafe and there’s a bit of the whirlwind craziness of the moment, but he’s persuasive that this is what needs to happen right now and she latches on to that. She’s definitely done the fancy, formal things before, so it’s nice to do something different. (excuse us while we laugh). It’s her last night with the kids; they don’t need to sleep (good mothering there, Samster). From their perspective, it’s a family affair and they want everybody there to do it together. It’s an opportunity to celebrate their love, says Sweeney.
Unfortunately, EJ doesn’t see it that way and arrives just after the duo is pronounced husband and wife. EJ is extremely upset that his children are being forced to witness this farce of a marriage, explains Scott. He says farce, not because of the marriage itself, but the farce is one that suggests that this is a family and these two people are coming together to spearhead this family unit, which is never going to exist as far as EJ is concerned. SO fi Samantha would rather spend her time getting married to her boyfriend du jour (love that!) instead of saying goodbye to her children, which had been agreed upon, then she clearly has no interest in saying goodbye to her children at all. He thinks it’s a very selfish act, so he turns up at the wedding – he misses the actual ceremony, which is very disappointing – but he gets there in time to be able to essentially say to Samantha and Rafe, if this is how you want to spend your time,don’t let me stop you, but my children are not staying around to watch this. He takes Sydney and Johnny, and Samantha and Rafe are very upset.
EJ busts in and ruins it, says Sweeney. But what she liked about teh story and what she had fun doing is that in the face of impending doom, Rafe does provide Sami with this super-romantic evening without thinking about tomorrow. And there was something sweet about that. (oooh, a ringing endorsement if we ever heard one lol).
Besides, Sami being Sami, Sweeney says, knows that it’s not over; she’s going to figure out something to get her kids back, whatever it may be.
When the entire article is about Ej and Sami, it makes an EJami smile, even if it’s about a wedding for Sami and her “latest in a long line of suckers” boyfriend. EJami is inevitable, TPTB..we just wish you’d work on making it a bit more enjoyable for us. Hint: we prefer it when EJami are loving, not fighting each other. Just sayin’
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Can barely function while watching this clip. So much EJami goodness, and amazingly enough the circumstances aren’t so different from this year really, just the execution…ok, and Sami is the one who shot him this time, but still. So much Ejami goodness in this clip that reminds us all exactly WHY we keep going, when everything in us wants to give up.
Sami is by turns, cajoling, teasing, taunting and doing everything in her power to make EJ want to live. She admits she cares, though it pains her to admit it. But above all, the crazy hot chemistry between EJ and Sami is undeniable. Direct penetrating stares that just draw a person in and makes them sit up and take notice, whether they want to or not. These two do it like no other.
There’s so much in this clip to enjoy, we’ll just let it speak for itself.
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Our friends over at Forbidden Love have a Thanksgiving-themed postcard for their Postcard of the Week this week. They are super cute and feature EJami and the kids with the tag line “Thankful for EJami and Family” and a Happy Thanksgiving turkey graphic at the bottom.
So, if you are as thankful for EJami as we are, head on over to Forbidden Love (Member login required) and print some out. There are also letterhead graphics that can be used to print out letters or attach to emails instead of doing postcards. There are lots of ways you can get involved, and every little bit will help.
Send your mail to the attention of Ken Corday, Gary Tomlin, Dena Higley, Christopher Whitesell, James Scott, Alison Sweeney, The Writing Team, whoever you think will listen at:
Days of Our Lives
3000 W. Alameda Avenue
Burbank, CA 91523
If you prefer email, click HERE for the Email of the Week.
Don’t just sit there! Get busy letting TPTB know how much you love EJami. All the cool kids are doing it.
Sami used to have to great inner/outer monologues, and occasionally, she’d have a guest star in her hallucinations, like Colleen. It’s a sight for sore eyes, since the show has been woefully lacking in giving Sami any motivation that isn’t steeped in self preservation. She says alot about why she shot EJ, but when she’s saying to it the likes of Will or Rafe, people she’s clearly manipulating, then it’s not the truth. What it leaves us with is a murky story, a Sami without a conscience, and that’s simply no fun.
In this episode, EJ is in bad shape after being shot at their first wedding, and Sami spewed alot of hate back then, but the writers made a smart move, and had her conscience take the form of Colleen, her doppelganger great-aunt, to give the audience into her thoughts.
Sami: EJ obviously doesn’t want me. If he did, he wouldn’t send me back home to Lucas, all right? It doesn’t take a genius to figure that out. I am finally through with E.J., and that is exactly what we both want.
Colleen: You’re fooling yourself. You’re taking the easy way out. Could it be that you’re a’feared?
Sami: Of what? Of EJ?
Colleen: Of what you feel right here.
Sami saying that EJ doesn’t want her, is alot like what she’s doing now, where she’s saying that EJ just lied, and she’s not sure what he wanted, but she’s acting as if she’s sure he didn’t love her. A good old fashioned talk with herself, or Colleen, would be good right about now.
Another thing us Rogues miss? The flute music. We were getting it alot for a while there, and it triggers so many great feelings for EJami. In an episode like today’s, where Sami was trying to act as if she didn’t care, we had the wonderful balance of Colleen telling the audience the truth, combined with the Santeen flute music. It sent us these wonderful cues that EJami truly did have feelings for each other and that it wasn’t so black & white, but wonderful shades of gray.
Sami finally breaks down and goes to see EJ, and we can honestly say our heart flutter really kicks into high gear at this little bit of dialogue:
EJ: Go and be with Lucas. He’s the one you love.
Sami: What if he’s not?
Enjoy the trip down EJami memory lane!