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So Anna was getting Faison drunk back then and was disguised as a prostitute. It's possible he didn't recognize her and didn't even remember the whole night. Especially since he said on his deathbed that he never slept with Anna. Are we supposed to feel sorry for Anna because she chose to sleep with Faison? Honestly I feel more sorry for Faison who pursued a woman for most of his life that he had already been with.

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When they do ret-cons they should make sense. This one doesn't.

@Youcanmakeabettermovie said:

So Anna was getting Faison drunk back then and was disguised as a prostitute. It's possible he didn't recognize her and didn't even remember the whole night. Especially since he said on his deathbed that he never slept with Anna. Are we supposed to feel sorry for Anna because she chose to sleep with Faison? Honestly I feel more sorry for Faison who pursued a woman for most of his life that he had already been with.

Not only is the irony that he did boink her, but that it was apparently very forgettable.

Shelly Altman wrote the same thing with Nikki Newman & Paul (Doug Davidson) on Y&R and low and behold the kid was played by Steve Burton.

Saying they birthed a kid back in the 1980s when there was never any mention of this kid existing for 30 something years. The thing is Nikki had never been off the show so how did a 9 month pregnancy back then escape fans?

Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't Faison have some sort of intimacy with Anna while he was wearing a Duke Lavery mask?

A part of the storyline that still bothers me is that a few years ago, after Anna had imprisoned Faison in a dungeon for a year, Faison said he was finally over her. He professed his love for Liesel and they were together again as a couple before he and Brit went into hiding. Now, a few years later, all that was forgotten? He's still obsessed with Anna?

@Youcanmakeabettermovie said:

So Anna was getting Faison drunk back then and was disguised as a prostitute. It's possible he didn't recognize her and didn't even remember the whole night. Especially since he said on his deathbed that he never slept with Anna. Are we supposed to feel sorry for Anna because she chose to sleep with Faison? Honestly I feel more sorry for Faison who pursued a woman for most of his life that he had already been with.

So basically Anna raped Faison?

@kathykato said:

Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't Faison have some sort of intimacy with Anna while he was wearing a Duke Lavery mask?

A part of the storyline that still bothers me is that a few years ago, after Anna had imprisoned Faison in a dungeon for a year, Faison said he was finally over her. He professed his love for Liesel and they were together again as a couple before he and Brit went into hiding. Now, a few years later, all that was forgotten? He's still obsessed with Anna?

I think they were going to sleep together the night he got the hotel room and the fondue. The fondue ended up on his face.

The whole Faison and Anna kid tale is so ridiculous- Google Erica Kane and Greg Madden on AMC- I think this will be as bad.

It also means that Anna essentially abandoned two babies, Henrik and Robin, years apart. I didn't understand the part how after she birthed Henrik he wound up with Faison. She kept going on and on and on how no child deserved to be left with him, and then did just that.

I also didn't understand the purpose of her seducing Faison. What was that going to accomplish?

They really should have just gone with the hypnosis story where she never knew, and he basically raped her. His still wanting her could be all about wanting her to give herself willingly.

That's a good point. How exactly did Faison end up with Heinrich? She gave birth and the midwife gave the baby to him?

Thank you for spelling Heinrich correctly, unlike the moronic tptb

@cosmoeticadotcom said:

Thank you for spelling Heinrich correctly, unlike the moronic tptb

Why do you think assume the writers misspelled Henrik rather than the actors keep mispronouncing it?

@kathykato said:

That's a good point. How exactly did Faison end up with Heinrich? She gave birth and the midwife gave the baby to him?

Damn, that Heather Webber was everywhere!

Valid point, but I trust the actors more than the writers who can't afford legal nor medical consultants, much less thesauri and dictionarios.

@Dedoc1967 said:

@cosmoeticadotcom said:

Thank you for spelling Heinrich correctly, unlike the moronic tptb

Why do you think assume the writers misspelled Henrik rather than the actors keep mispronouncing it?

Perhaps it's the same reason why everyone pronounces Cesar as "Say-ZAHR", which would be correct if the characters where all from Latin America. North Americans and Western Europeans would more likely say "Seezer". Isn't Cesar Faison supposed to be Belgian or Flemmish? If so, the French pronunciation would be closer to "seezah"

https://www.howtopronounce.com/french/cesar/

BTW, Henrik roughly means "ruler of the home".

He's never been accorded a nationality.

It could also be Chezar or Chayzar.

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