Hello everyone -- We can now confirm and tell you that Vincent is still in negotiations, as the end of his contract is up shortly. The show has added this plot twist, but as I expressed below, please continue to tune in and make your thoughts, wishes, and voices known. Like many of you, I feel there is much more of D...avid's story that needs to unfold and we would love to continue watching Vincent's amazing portrayal of the most complex character on the daytime canvas!
Negotiations? Really. Interesting. The statement goes on to say:
Vincent passed on at how touched he has been by the overwhelming support and outpouring of messages that he has received over the past few days from all of you. Vincent writes, "I can't say enough how appreciative I am of all the comments on websites and message boards that have been written in support of my work and my character. There would be no doubt to me whatsoever, if I do return to AMC, it will be in greater part because of this wonderful outpouring from all of you who love the show and David as much as I do. I am forever grateful to all of you..."
If? Honestly are the writers at AMC on crack? They lost David Canary (Adam). They lost, for the most part, Thorsten Kaye (Zach). Are they really ready to give up Vincent Irizarry too!? If Vincent wants to leave and go back east, I think most fans, myself included, would accept that. But the writers David Kreizman and Donna Swajeski have called David's death as "storyline dictated" which means, they don't know what else to do with him, where to go. Those two words drive me crazy. You wrote him into that corner, it's your job to write him out. So will AMC write (yeah, I did that on purpose) this wrong?