No one gives poor Chloe a break. She’s probably one of the only characters – the only female, at least! – who hasn’t tried to murder anybody, poison anybody or any of that. Chloe does everything out of love and people give her so much crap.
I like the fact that Patrika [Darbo] is coming back. There were so many unanswered questions as to why Chloe’s family wasn’t really around during her lowest point in her life. And now it kind of helps explains it a little bit. She’s coming back to be supportive of her daughter and help with Parker. It kind of explains a little bit more as to why her parents weren’t around.
They’re (the fans) rooting for Daniel and Chloe to be together, no matter what kind of crazy things Chloe is doing right now. There are people who are not giving up hope, and Chloe is not either. I mean, Daniel’s her baby daddy.
Chloe’s so well-intentioned, but she does keep digging herself deeper and deeper. She has the best intentions, of course. I think she makes really impulsive decisions, obviously out of love. I think she’s starting to kind of lose sight of what’s really important because she just has her eye on the prize, and the it’s so important to her because she really wants to give her son the life she never had growing up.
Here is an excerpt from Nadia’s September 2012 interview with Michael Logan from TV Guide:
TV Guide Magazine: Your return to Days has been rumored for months! Last February, it was reported in a magazine that talks between you and the show had hit a “stalemate.” Then in April, we read your return was “imminent.” What was all that hoo-hah about?
Bjorlin: [Laughs] I find out a lot about myself through reading magazines. Most of the time I’m, like, “Uh…really?” There was a little bit of talk throughout the year. “Would you ever be interested in returning?” That sort of thing. But never anything concrete. I never put much thought into it so nothing was ever “imminent” and there was certainly no “stalemate.” Now the timing is right. It’s been a year since we’ve seen Chloe. [Laughs] Hopefully, the audience has forgotten what she was up to.
To read the rest of the interview, please visit TV Guide.
In late August 2012, Nadia filmed scenes for the new series, The Grove.
Nadia portrays Marigold, a character described as “Paris Hilton complete with bag dogs…have the Grinch’s love for all people, rich and poor, small and large.” The series is the mastermind of Crystal Chappell (Venice the Series) and Michael Sabatino.
After the brunette beauty tweeted about the new gig, TVLine went on to confirm the details:
In Episode 18, titled “Malice in Wonderland,” Bjorlin guest-stars as Crystal Hasselbeck, a Las Vegas minx who has made a bit of a cottage industry of getting engaged, breaking it off and then holding onto the ring.
And while that is not a crime in and of itself (or maybe it is, I never finished or started law school), when a series of wedding robberies hit the strip, the CSIs suspect that Ms. Hasselbeck might be upping her game.