"It was a huge letdown — totally not worth it. I do feel like I got really ripped off," Elizabeth Knight, who paid $400 in anticipation of getting access to the cast, told Dallas-Fort Worth television station WFAA. "It was a disaster. It was total chaos," Mickey James, who paid $500 in anticipation of getting to mingle with the cast, told The Associated Press. "We couldn't even get close to the stage." "I'm angry," the 50-year-old Irving man said. "It was like a slap in the face."Jason Hardison, the event's executive producer, acknowledged that aggrieved fans "did not deserve this disappointment" and said he is presently looking into reimbursement options. We wouldn't know the first thing about that, but for now may we suggest a customized clip reel culled from the vast treasures of YouTube? It's temporary, for sure, but made us feel a hell of a lot better after fate so cruelly scuttled our long-awaited Passions reunion. Just an idea, take it or leave it.