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Take the Ink Blot Test

June 19, 2019

Tonight we revisit the best of the lost Manny scenes that we know about. It was lost because Paul Anthony Stewart (Danny Santos) was sick the day he was supposed to shoot it. I’ve always been a bit fascinated by this scene.

Recreation of Ink Spot from Story

Danny later sends Michelle an ink spot that we don’t see, but I think would have looked like this.

Other fans are, too. In fact we’ve probably built it up more than it deserves in the lore, but it’s a wonderful idea for a cool scene. Just what would Danny and Michelle done or said over the ink blots? I recreated the ink blot Danny sends with the invitation for Michelle to meet him at the Christmas decorated mall.

Screen Capture of the Ink Blot Danny sends Michelle

Learn about the Ink Blots

There is more to Ink Blots than just Danny seeing him and Michelle making love – more’s the pity. Learn more about them. It turns out that they really aren’t all that accepted as valid anymore. However, if you want to take a multiple choice version online, you can. It’s still a great scene.

Manny meet at the mall with ink blot

Screen Shot of Manny at Springfield Mall with Ink Blot tube.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

The Positive Growth of the Manny Relationship Essay 17

June 12, 2019

Republisher’s Note: Republishing another one of the essays from the Rustle of the Sheets website. This one doesn’t seem to fit with a particular episode, but is in the timeline sometime right after the Angel of Mind dance.

From The Rustle of the Sheets.

Essay #17


“The Positive Growth of the Manny Relationship”

By Rhonda — posted on the Mannyac Board.

[As for] concerns about the Manny’s storyline. I think you’re suffering from spoiler overload, and it’s coloring your view and dimming your pleasure. I bet you’re so concerned about the possibility of Drew getting pregnant that you missed all the good, promising things that happened with Manny this week.

Just remember that none of the bad spoilers have turned out as bad as they sounded, not even Danny and Drew. For instance, the spoiler about Danny and Drew dealing with the consequences of their actions can’t be about Drew discovering she’s pregnant because it will have only been a day or so after the fact. Heck, one day may last all of next week.

So, relax, read the spoilers if you must, but think positive thoughts instead of negative ones. All of this is about bringing Manny together in a workable, passionate relationship while weaving them into the fabric of the show.

Manny’s story is as tightly knit as it was a week or even a month ago, in fact, I think the quality is improving. All this betrayal has freed Manny from their isolation, and has shaken their relationship and once the dust settles will allow some real growth in this area. Danny has a reason to interact with Drew, Jesse, and even Selena that doesn’t involve Michelle, and he is also developing a relationship with Rabby and will probably develop one with Meta as well. Now that Meta knows that Michelle cares for Danny, she will take as much of an interest in him as she did in Jesse.

Michelle is about ready to make a real commitment to Danny, and Danny will no longer be willing to settle for anything less (both good things in my opinion). Besides, I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Michelle’s discovering that Danny sought sexual comfort from Drew will clarify, once and for all, her true feelings for Danny. I suspect that she and Danny will both be surprised by how intensely she reacts to that bit of news. Personally, I can’t wait … Michelle’s passionate nature has been struggling to get out, and I think this will be just the thing to set it free. Danny better watch out!

Rhonda

 

This Young Man is From a Blood Simple Culture! Essay 16

May 6, 2019

Republisher’s Note: Republishing another one of the essays from Rustle of the Sheets. Tonight’s post takes us to the Angel of Mine dance. Check out the episode.

From The Rustle of the Sheets

Danny and Michelle Angel of Mine Dance

Essay #16


“This Young Man is From a Blood Simple Culture!”
(Written after the March 18th episode)

By BettyM — posted on the Mannyac Board.

Jen L. wrote … I suspect I’ll catch a lot of grief for this post, but Friday’s episode brought something into focus for me: Danny’s character is certainly complex. We all seem to agree that he is not all good or all bad, but much more realistic and three-dimensional than that. However, lately his “complexity” has become simple volatility … he flips from tenderness to rage on a dime.

Friday I was reminded of my own sometimes petulant 22-month-old son when Danny refused to even talk things out with Michelle and declared that he couldn’t even look at her right then. Give me a break! Adults don’t act this way — children do! That scene in particular seemed forced to me — Danny’s usually complex character was sacrificed (and made unidimensional), in my opinion, to advance the story line and give Danny an excuse for sleeping with Drew.

I hope that the writers realize this kind of emotion without more substantive motivation is not any more interesting than watching TWV try to drum up emotions he obviously doesn’t feel.

In response, BettyM had an interesting opposing point of view to offer …. No, you won’t catch grief, but I strongly disagree. It’s just my humble opinion, but you are making a mistake I think many fans do with Danny — ever since we’ve seen his ‘sweet’ side, some people see him as a normal guy who does normal leading man good guy stuff. He is not!

Danny is not Ozzie, and Michelle is not Harriet! This is a mafia prince who, I repeat, was trained to be and is in blood, steely, a trained killer, perhaps, and certainly ruthless; a passionate man, a man who has been raised in a volatile “blood-simple-don’t-tread-on-me” culture, a cobra taught to bite into the heel that stomps it. It ain’t pretty, but he isn’t Matt Reardon!

As he told Michelle, he put his ass on the line for her. His ass is still on the line for her, and I think many folks have forgotten that at this moment, he is expected to still take care of Michelle! Everyone keeps forgetting what Danny is, due to having seen his sweeter side, as though a man like Danny simply says, “oh gosh, honey bunch, next time you feel like turning me into the F.B.I., my feelings will be hurt, so buy me a tie, instead.”

I’m sure Danny resents even Michelle putting him on the spot, and in a situation where he not only almost messed up the people to whom he’s responsible; but has to now do something about her! Added to that, a large part of Danny’s anger was understandable passion and male ego, a sense that he wishes Michelle would look at him like Jesse, and her indications have been that she finds him unappealing, nay, recoil-worthy.

Some of his anger, was as he said, he knows she feels so contemptible of him, she didn’t care. He simply doesn’t trust her — all she’s done, for her understandable reasons, is lie, and that was why he said, on the dance floor, “don’t tell me you did it, because you love me, because I don’t know what I would do to you.”

See, he simply thinks she’s full of it, when it comes to him! He did not/does not/never did trust her feelings for him; Michelle, understandably uncertain, gave him every indication that she did find him recoil-worthy; so I understand where both [of them] are coming from.

BettyM

 

Michelle’s Confession and Danny’s Reaction Essay 15

April 17, 2019

Republisher’s Note: Republishing another one of the essays from Rustle of the Sheets. Tonight’s post takes us to the Angel of Mine dance. Check out the episode.

From Rustle of the Sheets

Danny and Michelle Angel of Mine Dance

Essay #15


“Michelle’s Confession and Danny’s Reaction”

By kristi — posted on the Mannyac Board.

Michelle’s confession would have been shocking enough any day but at least the last few weeks (only days in Springfield) Danny’d been grappling with the possibility of betrayal on Michelle’s part. He was more or less preparing himself for it. And if she’d told him this (that she’d called the F.B.I.) when she was trying to hold him off from going to the docks, when he was imploring her to stop and tell him what was going on (I loved Paul Anthony Stewart’s quiet delivery here – it was perfect for that moment), she might have gotten a better reaction, maybe even forgiveness.

Danny wasn’t prepared at all this time. He was back to worshiping Michelle and opening himself up to her. He was also probably whip-lashing himself for having believed his mother over his wife, for what he thought was his own betrayal. Poor Michelle couldn’t have picked up a worse moment to confess, in my opinion, but I believe she got too caught up in that suspended moment of the dance (when they got closer to each other like never before, when there was that brief union of the souls – someone described that dance for me last night and it sounded like a lovemaking dance to my ears) to fully realize the impact it would have on Danny.

I think we’ll get to see a lot of what you expected from Danny in the coming weeks, after the shock has had time to wear off. Actually, the spoilers seem to indicate that he understands where she was coming from, why she’d called the F.B.I., otherwise why would he offer her the greatest gift possible? From his point of view of Michelle’s situation, of course, he doesn’t know she wants to stay married, have another chance, all he knows is that she felt trapped enough to betray him in that way. And he’s offering her (probably) a one-way out ticket, and it’s not death this time.

kristi

 

Anniversary Month Ends

December 4, 2018

I hope you enjoyed our anniversary month. We’ll keep on celebrating Manny of course, but I’ve got some general Guiding Light posts I’ve been saving up and we want to get back to 2001 Manny episode guide posts, although I think I’ll keep revisiting the 1998 episodes too since they’re faster to do.

Church Wedding 1

December is going to be fanfic heavy. I finished up Bauer BBQ 2018 fanfic and as I do a final edit I’m going to post chapters. I hope you enjoy it.

Happy Manniversary!

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

 

Manny A Thanksgiving That Doesn’t Suck Repeat

November 21, 2018

Thanksgiving was definitely not Michelle and Danny’s holiday. In fact, most of their Manny Thanksgivings in Springfield seemed cursed. In my fanfic Springfield Bound, I have Michelle wishing for one Thanksgiving with Danny in Springfield that didn’t totally suck and I think a quick run down will show you why.

1998 – When Marina and Lizzie go missing, Michelle accuses Danny of kidnapping them and tells the police so. He was not only innocent, he found them in their hiding place and saved their lives. Michelle doesn’t apologize for suspecting him.

1999 – Michelle is literally on the way to Thanksgiving dinner at the Lewis house when she is arrested for Ben Warren’s murder for which Carmen was framing her.

2000 – Having just shot his mother to save Michelle and Robbie’s lives, Danny is thrown so deep into a pool of pain, torment, and guilt that he feels he will only destroy a pregnant Michelle and so he pushes her away.

2001 – Their happiest Thanksgiving spent with the combined Bauer, Cooper, and some of the Spaulding clans, spent outside of Springfield in the Bauer cabin. (Their son Robbie’s first Thanksgiving.)

2002 – Michelle is told that Danny is dead the day before Thanksgiving. They had separated to protect Robbie from Carmen (yeah, it was stupid when they did it too). Carmen had shot Danny and he was near death, but he couldn’t leave Michelle and eventually fought his way back to her.

2003 – In their most normal Thanksgiving on screen, Michelle and Danny host dinner at Orchid Manor and have both his immediate family and Rick and Rick’s in-laws, Mel’s family.

2004 – Michelle, suffering from amnesia, is lost in the jungle with Tattoo Tony because of Sebastian’s plan. Danny spends the day with Marina (YUCK!)

2005 – Having just remarried, Danny and Michelle have an early Thanksgiving dinner with Rick and Mel and her family before leaving to spend the actual day with Ed in a Hurricane Katrina ravaged Louisiana. This meal was held where all formal meals are, in the Bauer kitchen instead of the dining room, just like their sixth and final wedding. (Rolls eyes – Apparently they couldn’t afford to change sets)

Presumably Thanksgivings 2006-2008 were spent in relative quietness and bliss in California. Hopefully all future Thanksgivings (which we will never be invited to – Bitter, Bitter sob!!!!) from 2009 on will be at Bizzie’s newly renovated house where they were planning on starting a new Thanksgiving tradition for their extended family.  Besides Michelle being Bill’s best friend, after Rick and Mindy’s wedding, they will all be in-laws anyway (Mindy is Bill’s other half sister) and Lizzie specifically mentioned inviting Michelle and Rick, plus family on screen as a a pay back for all the Bauer BBQs.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Early Manny Isolation Repeat

November 20, 2018
Electra 24 posted in the Mannyac fanfic forum asking for a story showing community comment as Manny fell in love. I thought about it because it should be an area rife for exploration, but when you stop and look at the situation, who was paying any attention to Michelle and Danny?  It really has made me realize just how isolated Michelle was at the beginning of the Manny story. Pretty much every single person who would normally be looking out for Michelle has a good reason not to be. I don’t think the writers did this on purpose, because I don’t think Manny was the story that they meant to tell, but it really was a perfect storm. Let’s review.

Where is Everybody?

Maureen – Dead
Eve – Dead
Ed – Out of town
Jenna – Dead within a month of Michelle meeting Danny
Holly – in La-La Land via the Nursery Rhyme Stalker story
Fletcher – On run with Meg
Ben Reade – Out of town
Ross – in trouble with marriage to Blake falling apart, Ben Warren, & Twin Custody mess
Blake – ditto
Lillian – finally realized Michelle wasn’t going to forgive her for Maureen’s death and backed off at the worst possible moment of course
Vanessa – Dealing with Baby Maureen and her crippling illness returning
Bill – Good at emotional support, but terrible in a crisis (see shooting with Pilar, kidnapping with Lizzie, entire relationship with Eden, etc.)
Dahlia Crede – Out of town
Bridget – Out of town
Matt – Never close to Michelle unlike his sister Bridget, although really should have been (cousin, married to Maureen’s best friend, named daughter for Michelle’s mother, etc.)
Phillip – Dealing with Harley – Beth mess and Harley pregnant with Zach
Harley – Wasn’t really close to Michelle, yet, although they grow closer later
Selena – who she wasn’t close too but did look out for her because of Abby, switched allegiance to Drew when she realized Drew was her daughter.

Who was there for Michelle?

Who even saw them together on camera in those early days? They isolated the Manny storyline so much in the beginning. Take Rick and Abby for instance, they see Manny together at the wedding luncheon, at the Bauer house the day of the “I am a Man” speech, at the wedding, at the hospital for the fake blindness (Rick only), and then the one night they stayed at the Bauer House while Michelle was faking her blindness and the next time they see them together they are declaring their undying love. See there just isn’t a lot of opportunity there to see much to comment on. I could possibly see an Abby point of view. She did get Michelle to open up and talk some and you could probably insert a few more of those scenes and come up with a piece and include a few comments from other people, but Abby didn’t really begin to interact with Danny much until they are already planning on renewing their vows for real.  Drew is already pretty vocal of what she thinks on camera. Bill does not pick up on the subtlety of human emotion (that’s not a slam, but look how long it took him to figure out he wanted Lizzie, look how long it took him to figure out Pilar wasn’t all that into him, look at his marriages to Olivia and Ava, I like him, but occasionally he has to be hit in the head with a shovel to figure out what’s going on emotionally – paging Edmund 😉 ). Blake, a once and (probably based on the finale) future step-sister of Michelle’s, was embroiled with the whole Ben Warren, Ross, twin custody, Uncle Nutso, Holly in la-la land crisis. Who’s actually noticing what’s going on with Michelle? Who does she even see from her old life between the time they get together for the fake marriage and get together for real?

But I Want A Community Comment Story!

If you really want community comment on them, the time period that would be a lot richer would be before the first wedding with Nancy St. Alban (4th wedding, 2nd legal ceremony, at Laurel Falls in March after Robbie’s birth). By then they are both known around town. People see Danny at the club. They see Michelle going to see him at the club. They see Michelle at the hospital. They all know Michelle is very pregnant and except for Manny, Rick, Meta, and Ray who know the truth, the story about why they aren’t together is sketchy at best. Tony and Marah are around the club a lot and Jeva is interacting with them. Ray is well established in the community and interacting with community members and counseling Manny separately. The plague of the crazies which had infected the town seems to have subsided. By then they were sewn into the fabric of the community more.  There would just be a lot more opportunity there to get opinions.

UPDATED August 8 2016: I’ve continued to have issues with the formatting on this post and it irks me everytime I go to reference it, so I’m trying another fix with headings. Let’s see what this does.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Manny Water Glasses Scene November 16 1998

November 19, 2018

One of the very first named scenes of the Manny story; a touchstone that helped start it all.

Mon., Nov. 16, 1998 – Michelle is studying at a table in Millennium. Danny is watching her from the bar, but she won’t look at him, apparently a relatively novel event in Danny’s experience. (Danny later tells Michelle that standing there watching her he could see into her soul; how full of goodness and love she was and he knew then he wanted to be with her.) He poured two glasses of water and joins Michelle at her table giving her one of the glasses. Danny tries to talk to her, saying he doesn’t know what she’s doing there with these people, that she was clearly so much better than they were. Danny asks Michelle to help him find his brother’s killer, Michelle gets nervous and walks away. (Water glasses scene.)

Manny Highlight Clips
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFVdnAV8MWY&feature=channel_page
(part 1)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9wGILD06W4&feature=related (part 2)

Full Episode
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3CtA_v5e7Y (Part 1)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vZEdvxKbZM (Part 2)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qyg257dheCQ (Part 3)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtTV6abAtw8 (Part 4)

My Comments: 
https://glmanny.wordpress.com/2009/10/25/water-glass-scene

I love the story about Danny’s uncle’s restaurant and I can see everybody in his family working there, except Carmen. I don’t think she probably did. Actually, this is a much happier back story than I think he really had. This is is one of those time incongruities when they start a story without having the storyline mapped out. This uncle is only mentioned once again, when Carmen tries to send Danny out to California. Then he disappears off the face of the earth without even a phone call after the accident to let him know Danny isn’t coming. The uncle has to be on Carmen’s side by process of elimination (his grandmother Maria’s 3 sons are all dead before we meet Danny) and this is the only family of hers that is ever mentioned.

Drew really is scared by Danny. Also, I don’t think Danny is giving Drew enough credit at this point. She might have been at odds with her father when he died, but she did love him and wanted to be closer to him. He was just a really lousy father.

Unfortunately this little speech by Danny to Drew shows that he didn’t know the Mick we did in the last 2 months of his life at all. As I keep saying, I’m trying to find more there in him for Danny’s sake, but I think pretty much anything worthwhile in Mick is long gone before we meet him.

I think this little bit at the table with Jesse again goes to show that he doesn’t really understand Michelle at all. He loves her (thinks he’s in love with her), but never does understand her and what she wants in life and what effects her. I don’t think Jesse would have taken killing someone nearly as badly as Michelle or Danny would. It isn’t in him.

I love how when Drew is talking to Michelle and Jesse, you can see Danny at the bar behind her. And he really looks like he’s learning where things are behind the bar and getting drinks. PAS is always so bought into the scene, I just love watching when he’s in the background of a scene.

Well, Drew’s plan is pretty hopeless. She’s had nothing, but bad luck with men since she came to Springfield. Did she have better luck back in LA? And where did she get that dress from? It looks like a Cher reject, although I must admit it shows off her incredibly flat stomach. It’s hilarious when Drew starts to spin her story and Danny knows all about her father and calls her on it. Again Jesse goes to comfort Drew. “What happened?” What does he think happened? You could see Danny blew Drew off from across the room. Then they present the water glass scene again. Watch Danny carefully. He’s working Michelle up to the line about “I wouldn’t let my boyfriend work for her if I were you.” After that the cloying note leaves his voice and his body language totally changes and he’s suddenly honestly talking with her, like somebody threw a switch. You can really see something click in Michelle, too, that maybe there was more to Danny and maybe even Mick than she knew as soon as Danny mentioned Springfield University. They really were communicating for real until she suddenly realized who she was talking to again and she has to shake herself out of it.

 

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

20th Anniversary Tribute Video

November 16, 2018

A reader named Rose has done a very special 20th anniversary video. She mixes in all times of Manny and both Michelles and hits many, MANY Manny highlights. The last 2 shots of the characters part are their first scene and their last.

The line I liked the best I didn’t remember was “You can’t say Michelle in this town without saying Michelle and Danny.” I’ll have to look for that one.

The last 30 seconds are focused on the actors and the whole thing is super nice.

Thank you for sharing, Rose. And if anyone else wants to share a tribute please let me know.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Manny Who Killed Mick?

November 15, 2018

Let’s pause a little bit before Danny discovers the truth and consider the question, “Who killed Mick?” While Michelle killing Mick is incredibly important in terms of the Manny relationship, it was never supposed to be. (That’s why Michelle didn’t help him on the beach. Originally he wasn’t that badly hurt.)The unstoppable force that was Manny took the writers by surprise and I think made the writers abandon an almost year long buildup where they were trying to turn Michelle, Jesse, Drew and Bill into the next generation of Four Musketeers. Originally they meant to rescue Michelle from the mob by discovering that while Michelle and Drew knocked Mick out, someone else came along and finished him off.

Here’s a quote from the time:

“It’s laying out there,” muses Head Writer Barbara Esensten. “We know who really killed Mick, and obviously it wasn’t Michelle and Drew. So yes, we do plan on using it at some point.” -from the September 21, 1999 issue of Soap Opera Digest

So who do you think this other person was that the writers had in mind? After the initial attack, Michelle, Drew, Jesse, and Bill were never out of each other’s sight, so they are out. I don’t think even from scene one that it could be Danny or Dietz, from their reactions. And it would be a cheat to have it be somebody we didn’t know from the mob world which I don’t think they were planning on taking us to until they made the Manny commitment. Danny was originally scheduled for just 6 weeks and that isn’t long enough to invent a world, a rival family, or anything else. Not that they are above cheating us, but let’s assume they are not. That would make the culprit someone else we know, but likely someone kind of disposable or someone with the ability to pin it on somebody disposable.

Would it be someone from the Ben, Blake, Ross, Holly tape blackmail storyline? Holly was going around the bend as the Nursery Rhyme Stalker and she’d kill to protect Blake. Ben could probably be capable of killing someone he saw as a threat. Ross had just shot Blake not so long before and Blake was desperate. “Uncle Nutso” had already beaten Mick up once. Could he have decided he needed to finish the job or could a second altercation with an already weakened Mick provided a lucky shot? All possibilities.

Could someone else in town have fallen prey to his blackmail that we didn’t know about? Could Buzz have been protecting his protege Jesse? Could Selena have killed her Miguel’s son if he was too close to the truth to protect her own children (while the Miguel connection probably wasn’t invented yet, Drew being her daughter clearly was)? Why was Jeffery Morgan in town? Was it all about revenge or Jenna or did he maybe have a “business” deal going with Mick? Jeffery had been writing Jenna well before Mick was killed and she didn’t kill him in the crash until a month afterward Mick’s death. Was it generic college guy Steve who shows up at all the poker games and a few parties and knows both Mick and Michelle, but really doesn’t have any other reason to have a name and show up in the story repeatedly? Or could it have been Jesse’s father, Jack Blue, who could have seen the attack on Michelle and finally decided to make up for what he’d done to the Bauers?  Actually without the Danny factor having it be Jack Blue certainly might push Messe back towards each other with the reveal and Jack Blue was definitely expendable. Or was the wedding ring Mick wears in some screen captures deliberately put there and he had a wife or someone associated with the wife who killed him? It makes you wonder what lies down the path not taken, but I’m so glad that Manny was the path they chose.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.


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