The Day's Dumbest Dialogue
I don't like Jason, but man, it was hard not to side with him as Sam -- who stood by and let his son be kidnapped -- listed off the myriad ways in which Jason had screwed her over. "You were wrong" blah blah blah times forty, and even though most of the things were accurate, hello, you let his infant son get stolen by a crazy person basically because you are cripplingly insecure and jealous. But then the writers had to cap off her self-righteous rant with this:
Sam: You can't love me and support me and believe in me. You won't put me first. And I won't accept anything less.
Haaaaaaa! No really, it ended there. Cut to commercial. There was no "anymore" or "other than all the times when I have accepted way, way less."
People/things Sam has accepted Jason putting first, or at least ahead of her (since I'm unwilling to concede she's even been second most of the time):
- his "job," killing people for money
Sorry, but when it comes to portraying Sam McCall as a strong, independent woman who won't put up with anyone's crap, you are about 14 baby-napping days late and a million mafia/blood-money dollars short.