Thursday, June 9, 2011

Free at last! Gary Tomlin out as executive producer of DOOL

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Thank goodness! According to SON, Gary Tomlin known for his lack of quality production values is toast at Days of our Lives. Man, this reminds me of my victory dance when James E. Reilly got fired. Hopefully, all soaps will take note on how not to produce a show. Under Tomlin's tenure, the show fired its most famous stars to replace them with actors from Passions with questionable acting abilities. This is the same man that Stephen Nichols complained about who said the actors didn't have to emote, just read the lines, the fans will get it. The show looked like crap under Tomlin. The sets are cheap and embarrassing. Basically, Tomlin treated Days fans like they are dumb. Good riddance!

Gloat here!

5 comments:

  1. Wow, Corday looks like he got the fear of the Soap Gods in him. I always suspected that he was part of the reason Matthew was not asked back sooner.

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  2. I lay the blame on him for all the vets not being asked back.

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  3. I hope SC is next, what is the point of him. He has ruined Jennifer, and it will take a great deal for her being fixed. It will have to be much effort for me to even care if J/J reunite. Dan in all the photos I see looks like he stepped out of a porn flick. Thanks to them Bo and Hope were ruined and are only now being fixed. And from what I read they ruined Hope to make Carly/Bo viable. Also, during Mary Beth's returns (from what I gather) Kayla was trashed. Jack is trashed and not even on the show. But that probably was a blessing Matthew was not around, because there is no connection to him since we did not see any of his actions on screen, and most do not believe the walkabout and ashram stupidity.

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  4. Sweet. Now when are they going to fire the Passions actors?

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  5. The quality of the sets will not change with Tomlin out! This is all to keep the budget low. The current producer is way worse than Gary, so don't expect anything to improve. Maybe they'll get someone else, but don't expect any changes that will cost money!

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