She’s back, and Days of Our Lives has got her! Susan that is. Now that she is no longer hiding Will and convincing him he’s EJ, Susan was free to return to Salem and talk her way into an invite to John and Marlena’s wedding.
Sure, Kristen (Stacy Haiduk) intercepted her, locked Susan up, and took her place. But that’s all been straightened out now. So does that mean Susan (also Stacy Haiduk) should stick around Salem? Here’s what over 6,000 viewers decided.
Much Too Much
Susan isn’t a person, 45% of you sigh. She’s a cartoon, a caricature. She comes on too strong – yes, in a town that’s seen Stefano (Joseph Mascolo) and Vivian (Louise Sorel) and is experiencing the return of Bonnie (Judi Evans) – and you can’t really root for or against her. You just find her annoying and need her to go away.
Just like cookies are now a once in a while snack instead of Cookie Monster’s entire reason for being, Susan is OK periodically, 31% of the audience will admit. But you do not want her around for the long term.
Of course, if Kristen is telling the truth and EJ is actually alive, then Susan will need to be a part of this, too. But she can squeal with delight – and then leave.
We’ll See You in the Funny Papers
Susan is hilarious, 22% of you hoot with laughter. She is such a ray of sunshine as everybody beats their breasts and rips their hair out.
Sure, soaps are supposed to make you cry, but a good laugh once in a while sure feels good. Susan gets the comedy job done in Salem, and somebody sure has to!
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