For the Week of June 28, 2004
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While Gus and Harley are preparing to marry, Gus is holding back a pretty good secret. What will happen to their relationship when Harley learns that he is protecting Alex?
Greetings from sunny, VERY HOT Las Vegas!! Mom and I arrived Friday afternoon and have been trying to get our bearings while we are here. Surprisingly, there are many families here ? more than I thouught ? and it made me think of how the some families on GL are in a state of flux this summer.
While Gus and Harley are preparing to marry, Gus is holding back a pretty good secret. What will happen to their relationship when Harley learns that he is protecting Alex ? certainnly not Harley's biggest fan in the past. You know that just when it is the least convenient ? and willl bring more bang for the buck, she'll learn the truth. I hope that this twosome can get through this bump in their relationship road and remain happy. Alex needs to stop getting into so many messes and be thankful for all that she has. Hopefully she'll finally get the big picture.
The Bauers are normally a festive bunch this time of year. But somehow, even if they do the Bauer Bar-be-que this year, I can't see how much fun it would be. Ed is in Africa and Michelle's memory makes this a difficult event. I would imagine that the complete 180 in character change is a challenge for Nancy St. Alban, but one she is more than capable of pulling it off.
Now that we see that Sandy has some computer hacking skills, they might want to develop a scene with Bill that tells of the trouble he got into doing the same thing years ago (when the role was played by Ryan Brown). I still think that Sandy is NOT Reva and Richard's long-lost son, but only time will tell.
Since I am writing this between work sessions, I will end for now. As next Sunday is the 4th of July, I hope that you all enjoy the holiday with those that you love.
Keep the Light Shining and Have a Great Week!
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