The Andrea Situation ---Spoilers---

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Initial post: Jun 11, 2010 4:05:28 PM PDT
Is anyone else pissed by the fact that Andrea only has two months to live due to her ovarian cancer. I mean REALLY what is the point of killing off Andrea?! I understand she's fictional, I really do, but why in the hell does a mother of five have to die? How does this advance the story in any way? Seth would've come home because it was the noble thing to do, and because he wants Georgina to be proud of him again, so why the hell does Andrea's life have to hang in the balance?!

I feel so much better now that I've gotten that off my chest.

In reply to an earlier post on Jul 13, 2010 1:07:43 AM PDT
Lara says:
If Andrea had 5 children, it is not very likely she will get an ovarian cancer. But I am not a doctor, and there must be a reason why Richelle gave us this twist.

Posted on Jul 27, 2010 11:17:24 AM PDT
Ana Ruth says:
I hope something happens so she doesn't die. It just does not make any sense.
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