September 14, 2010 at 8:25 pm #1081powerpaw2Participant
Now Hope’s cell mate has told everyone she’s a cop. Puh-leeeze!!! Haven’t we been down this road at least once or twice before?September 14, 2010 at 8:27 pm #16259
ol’ same ol’ story lines and flood the writers with better and fresher story lines!September 14, 2010 at 9:36 pm #16264
soooo stereotypical. Why can’t they get someone a wee bit realistic in there. The cornrows, the attitude, puhleeze! And that warden doesn’t look much like a warden to me. I can’t believe that the warden would have escorted a new prisoner to their cell. I’m sure they have more important things to do. It’s obvious none of those writers have had any experience with prisons.September 14, 2010 at 9:38 pm #16265
a cellmate that’s sympathetic to her plight and someone who might just want to be a little bit friendly…since they’re going to be thrown together 24/7. I’d sure do my best to try to make friends.September 14, 2010 at 9:46 pm #16266
Hollyweird, (just look at Lindsey Lohan’s time served), the warden may not have anything better to do! LOL!September 14, 2010 at 11:07 pm #16268PattiParticipant
instead of Hope Brady, and how would Hope’s cellmate know her from the name Williams? I think somebody screwed up there. I thought the cellmate was going to be a little sympathetic when Hope talked about Ciara, because she softened somewhat realizing how much being separated from her own children meant, but no such luck. Hope should know how to handle herself pretty well seeing as how she does have the training; however, the part about the other prisoners knowing she’s a cop now is pretty true to standards. I would think that nothing makes hard-timers happier than to see a cop in jail with them.September 15, 2010 at 12:34 am #16274kprstrsParticipant
Well, this is what I meant the other day when I said something about this being an ‘escape’ from reality. That is why we watch it. I have been in law enforcement/corrections for 24 years this December. Trust me, while we have people exactly like this in our system, we also have others that are not so stereotypical. But then again, HOPE herself is the least stereotypical one here!! Overacted, and overplayed, but once again, the ‘escape’ from reality that we all seem to want.September 15, 2010 at 1:19 pm #16283MKParticipant
I just find it funny that Hope of all the people in Salem is in jail. She is one of the least deserving to be there. Look at all the times we mention that nobody ever pays for their crimes in Salem. But Hope needs to pay. Look at Stefano, Kate, Nicole, Victor, Vivian, Sami, etc. who have either plotted murders, hired someone to murder, attempted murder, and the list goes on and on. I know some of these people have served some kind of very short jail time but come on. I know Hope is in jail for the storyline but it just struck me yesterday watching Hope in jail and thinking how lame this whole thing is. I’m not enjoying this storyline at all.September 15, 2010 at 1:23 pm #16284
because inmates would have recognized Hope Brady as a cop which they didn’t want. It would be a lot of grief for the warden and guards for Hope to be found out as it will be for her.
But then, I don’t understand why the animosity toward a cop in prison. They are obviously a felon just like the others or they wouldn’t be there.September 15, 2010 at 2:43 pm #16285DeeLanParticipant
Sami was not only in prison but on death row, strapped to the chair and the injections started BUT this was the only time she was innocent. Way to go SPD.September 15, 2010 at 10:01 pm #16298
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