seriously, i don’t think that the story of maging sino ka man is headed for glory. with celine’s death, the subplots are getting worse and worse. (i really pity jb. if you analyze it, jb was just reacting to everything has been happening around him, from jackie’s supposed death, to his mom being a control freak, etc). and now, the love of his life is dead. the writer’s couldn’t be more cruel.
thing is, as much as i love the toni-sam love team, onay-jb doesn’t work. onay is such a lackluster character. she’s not sally (you are the one) or ira (my big love). i hate the aspect of her being clairvoyant. it was portrayed in a way that is neither mysterious nor interesting. on the other hand, nothing can beat celine-jb. i’m really sorry, in as much as i loved sally-vernard and ira-macky, celine and jb’s history of love surpasses them, even the lead’s (eli-jackie). it is the most colorful, unique, funny and deepest love stories ever told on philippine television. (Second for me is oliver-jasmine of “ikaw ang lahat sa akin”. loved their love story. eli-jackie should be the second but it is becoming tiring to watch them go on and off.)
going back to where maging sino ka man is headed, i’m glad they didn’t go for the angle that jackie is not fidel’s biological daughter, as have been insinuated in the teasers before. (please read my previous blog about this topic, “mskm blah blah: a big disappointment”)
one issues i would have liked to know is why matteo (a.k.a. samuel) is angry at gloria (mamu g.). the past really interests me. i hope this they do well!
on the side, i read in wikipedia that there is to be a book 3, a movie. it will supposedly show a summary to date and the ending. after that, diether ocampo, kristine hermosa, jericho rosales and kc concepcion are supposed to continue its legacy. how i don’t know.