amybrickwallace

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  1. Don't get me wrong, a lot of soap villainesses can evolve into heroines or even matriarchal figures. The best example I can think of is Vicky Wyndham on AW, but she overall had a much bigger and better acting range (not to mention better writers, but hey). Playing the good girl is not AS' forte. DAYS should write and play to her strengths. She should be her generation's Beverlee McKinsey!!!
  2. A declawed Sami = no fun. No offense to her, but I just don't feel AS has the chops to play the pure, bonafide heroine. Her best talent is playing the instigator!!!
  3. I found several write-ups about him that mentioned OLTL in his filmography, but imdb lists it as "Role Unknown".
  4. Oh yes!! Carrie and Austin's song (played ad nauseum) was the Flamingos' "I Only Have Eyes For You", and the then-Top 10 hit by Donna Lewis, "I Love You Always Forever" was used as a more current love theme for them (and was played at their 1997 wedding reception). Carrie and Mike's love song was one of the biggest hits of 1997-98, LeAnn Rimes' "How Do I Live". They also went to some party where Craig Wesley was and the Spice Girls were blaring. I also remember a big montage scene where Marlena was reflecting about John, flashbacks back to the 80s and all. Then the scene jumped to Hope, who was thinking about the good times with Bo. The song used was Whitney Houston's hit from The Bodyguard - "I Have Nothing". Mark Valley and Stephanie Cameron had an elaborate dream sequence as Jack and Jennifer dancing to Toni Braxton's "Un-Break My Heart". Those were indeed the DAYS, my friends!!
  5. I don't know, but it sure is much more entertaining than just about anything the Final Four have offered in the past few years!!
  6. Didn't Bob continue that tradition once their father passed on?
  7. Agreed!! TIIC don't even try anymore, and that's a shame.
  8. I'm not sure if this has been posted elsewhere on this thread (and I'm still not awake enough to look), but here is Julia Duffy in a mouthwash commercial from 1977. That's the same year she left TD.
  9. I hope she would have, too. She'll always be one of the most beloved actresses in the serial genre.
  10. It took awhile, but they did. There is a lovely scene from 1986, right after the explosion that killed Amy, where Brick is wandering the ruins of the building. Lionel and Sophia arrive to try to comfort their long-lost son. Here it is, courtesy of our very own Wendy:
  11. I know, and Brick was a character they could have gotten years of mileage out of.
  12. Did she only win one Emmy for Dixie? I think she won twice for Rosanna on ATWT.
  13. How long did ABC keep the "Love in the Afternoon" theme for their promos?
  14. I'll see what I can do!
  15. Yeah, that is a pretty funny line.