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Young and anxious setting up Michael/Diane’s relationship/breakup with Lauren?

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If looks could kill, Diane would die again.

To put it mildly, Youth and turmoilDiane’s return to the Land of the Living was not welcomed with open arms. In fact, most Genoese would be very happy to display it at the revolving door and return it to the tomb. But not one: Michael.

on the May 11 episode (Fully summarized here), once he got over the shock of seeing the dead woman sipping a martini, and admitted he was glad she still had a pulse. He understood, perhaps more than most people, what she was against, and he changed for the better and found that no one believed her at all. Viewers will long remember that he faced a similar uphill battle when he got out of prison after sexually molesting and eventually assaulting Kristen.

“Shall we drink for my health?”

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But what we saw in Michael and Diane’s scenes were more than just clan spirits, one was walking a bumpy trail lit by the other—it was a problem. The duo clearly gets each other’s way. In some ways, Diane may get more to Michael than his wife does. And should Lauren’s concerns grow about his work with Victor – and can you imagine it not? Michael can find himself confiding in and leaning on Diane, who understands all too well the allure of the Force.

Is that what Phyllis was thinking when she looked at Michael and Diane with two warmers over cocktails? Probably not – not exactly. When you see Diane, you simply see red. But she is skilled enough and suspicious enough to know that no good can come from her dear friend who spends time, much less good, with her staunch enemy. and it severely Realizing that Diane has absolutely no problems stalking another woman’s man.

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Phyllis’ reaction to Diane’s resurrection can be summed up in one word: ugh.

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So our bet is that Phyllis will first try to warn Michael not to share too much like the tab of the tape with Mrs. Lazarus. When he chuckles that he’s a big boy and can take care of himself, Phyllis may sound the alarm to Lauren. What can she do, though? She trusts her husband. But is he immune to Diane’s magic? If she embraces the gloomy inclinations which might worry his lady, will she become, in Michael’s eyes, more than a friend, which ought to have benefits? On your way to the comments for an answer…

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