If EC was meant to be realistic, I'd agree, but it isn't quite the same. It's a fictional series where things like people switching bodies, or body parts, and souls, has happened more than once and it's been reversed each time. That's why Layla's no longer trapped in her kid sister's body, it's why Laura's height and breast returned to her, and it's why Nina's consciousness is no longer trapped in the cursed mirror.
So even if Quintessa had been allowed to go through with swapping Kade's soul for Boodles, I'm sure there would've been a way to reverse it, just like the others. Meaning, Brooke would've had the chance to redeem herself. Fortunately, Quintessa was stopped before she could complete the ritual, so no harm, no foul.
The difference is: Brooke was actually helpful, Chloe isn't.dmra wrote: ↑Tue Oct 02, 2018 8:30 pmThe point is that the balance between good and bad in somebody isn't just weighed up in the quantity of their deeds or misdeeds but the quality too.
And the difference between Brooke and Chloe is that Chloe gets things wrong by mistake, and she's trying to help.
Sure, her intentions are good, but she's still done more harm to Teddy, his parents, and Jacqui, and has yet to rectify any of it. Even if you use the argument that his parents are allegedly happier apart, we only have Teddy's say-so on that matter. We never got to hear it from them. Chloe also nearly killed Teddy with a kiss, something which she said she wanted to learn to control so it wouldn't happen anymore.
The worst that can be said about Brooke is she let her hormones get the better of her once, and she was rightly called out on it. But she's never ruined anyone's life. Chloe has, several times.