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Clint and Dorian: The Mayor's Ball
Topic Started: Dec 29 2009, 11:08 AM (9,487 Views)
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Just wanted to offer commentary on the Clint and Dorian scenes from the 12.28.09 show. Whenever Jerry verDorn and Robin Strasser are in scenes together, they get a REACTION from the audience. There is something within the actor chemistry that is very good and entertaining. Some cannot abide them having romantic leanings toward each other because of any number of reasons while others remain open to the possibilities. I think they leave viewers curious. As a fan of dark!Clint sunset.jpg I have been enjoying JvD immensely and I'm glad he is free to let out his inner Asa. Phil Carey's Asa is one of my all-time favorite characters on OLTL. I want to see more of Asa-like Clint and I do not believe I am alone. I do wonder about his romantic future but for now let him play.

My girl Dorian is in a bad situation with Mitch. I do see Clint and Dorian as using each other for their own gains. Dorian clearly left Clint with the impression that her firing Bo was his idea thereby garnering him as an ally when she does the deed. He doesn't know about Mitch's threat and she doesn't know that he was already aware of Bo and Nora's affair.

Which all brings one to the showdown at the Mayor's Ball. I'm looking forward to it.

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