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  • mxs
    Scriptwriter
    • Feb 2004
    • 4712

    Anyone else notice Ciara memory may be returning?

    The reason I think this is she is always reminding Ben he is a killer but even when he locked the door she is not afraid of him. She stands right up to him. Of course that may in part be her mommy and daddy coming out in her.
  • JackieChan
    Board Regular
    • Mar 2021
    • 627

    #2
    I think Ciara May just be realizing that she doesn’t need to fear him. I don’t think it’s necessarily means her memory is returning. It could be though. But I think there is more drama if she doesn’t remember anytime soon.

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    • happy33
      Scriptwriter
      • Mar 2005
      • 4952

      #3
      It started today, this story needs to move on the the next stage. I have had enough with the repeat dialogue over and over since March.

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      • hvstmn316
        Board Regular
        • Dec 2006
        • 1088

        #4
        Originally posted by happy33 View Post
        It started today, this story needs to move on the the next stage. I have had enough with the repeat dialogue over and over since March.
        Agreed and this Theo snd Ciara forced fake romance makes me sick. It’s uncomfortable snd they have no chemistry.


        I think Ciara starting really letting her guard down with Ben today. She sees he would never hurt her. Plus did you see how close he got to her when he unlocked the door and touched her heart? He is getting to her and she is in denial bc she is scared to feel
        for him for again.


        I find it interesting that 1 day in Bens presence and Ciara is having a memory and she seemed so affected by if and Bens words. This is true love. Even Theo saw it snd looked worried.

        They panned on Ciara at the end and she looked sad and confused.
        Last edited by hvstmn316; July 6, 2021, 10:42 PM.

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        • patrick4days
          Board Regular
          • Jan 2019
          • 1083

          #5
          As Ben was telling her the story of her rescue, I believe the sound of Ben shouting out her name was in her mind.

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          • CincyLady
            Aspiring soap scribe
            • Sep 2005
            • 14326

            #6
            I agree with all of the above posts. Some sense of reality seemed to register with Ciara.

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            • Harmonica1985
              Senior Board Member
              • Sep 2019
              • 2190

              #7
              I think as time goes on bits and pieces will surface whether Ciara or Theo want it to or not. I believe that's why they want a quick divorce because they both know it's just a matter of time before everything is back to the way it should be.

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              • GHKissOff
                Soap Addict
                • May 2007
                • 6204

                #8
                I think she has moments where she's on the verge of remembering her relationship with Ben. Happened in the hospital when she was leaving, happened in his apartment just the other day. But each time she comes close, here comes Theo to interfere and pull her back to whatever sort of existence she has now. Seriously, saw it both times, I saw it in Ciara's eyes when she was making eye contact with Ben, but Theo steps in, and no deal. As for her calling him a killer that's what she does remember she's stuck in the time before her motorcycle accident, but there's a part of her that feels that pull to him that special connection they had, that's why she's so desperate to get him to divorce her and wants to run away with Theo. She can't understand how she could have feelings for someone she only knows as doing horrible things, she doesn't remember the Ben she got to know and love despite his past.

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                • Clementine15
                  Scriptwriter
                  • May 2015
                  • 5275

                  #9
                  There was definite, subtle but definite, change in her face and her attitude. lt was a well-done moment. Theo got in Ben's face, but Theo saw it, too, l think. l sure am ready for this story to move on. When Ciara and Ben start nattering at each other, l leave to get some sox to darn, and a snack, too.

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                  • rkm137
                    Aspiring soap scribe
                    • Dec 2009
                    • 16983

                    #10
                    I don't care much about Ciara or Cin. But I do hope that, if her memory returns, it comes with the memory of how to control her volume. All she does these days is shout and jut her chin. It's annoying.

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                    • Fancy863
                      Board Regular
                      • Aug 2019
                      • 1328

                      #11
                      She spent months in a glass box all thanks to her husband and his dirty past, almost blown up a couple times, kidnapped over and over. I don’t know why he wants her to remember all that.

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                      • Mariko
                        Recurring Poster
                        • Jun 2021
                        • 268

                        #12
                        Originally posted by Fancy863 View Post
                        She spent months in a glass box all thanks to her husband and his dirty past, almost blown up a couple times, kidnapped over and over. I don’t know why he wants her to remember all that.
                        Because there are a lot more memories that she is missing, besides that of her being held captive. Many of them are good ones between the two of them, that have always in the past FAR outweighed the negative ones.

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