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    • I actually think its interesting that its all the women who were involved in this iconic storyline...they should have MG there but I know she was on the other, but the Holly/Chelle relationship, which disappeared when they recast Chelle was really interesting and I think ground breaking in its own right, you have these two wounded people, one who really was a terrible mother, and another who just lost Mother of the Year, and an adult who deals with this kid where she was, without pulling any punches or trying to baby here.   Aghh.you lost me on the Alan/Beth stuff...I know what you mean and seen the validity of it but..yuckk! I would have liked, if she did have a split, and not a dumb ho like Loreli...that they proceeded with the storyline as it was done at first...AlterBeth marries Alan to get his power and to keep him in the nuthouse...Alan marries Beth to smoke Phillip out but does not realize what he has got himself into until he is trapped. Then both of them play a game against each other, with Alex playing them both....(I just cant deal with Gus being Alans kid and the whole Harley is president of a Multinaitonal Corporation....)
    • Dead and buried at the comments on this tweet   
    • Both Tad and Dixie were so damn insufferable and unlikable by that point, and the story was so poorly plotted. McTavish clearly had no idea where she wanted to go with it, and it was proof that her ass needed to go. It didn't seem like she cared about any character that wasn't Babe/Krystal by this point.   And frankly, Cady seemed bored/confused by the material. She had just come off arguably the best performance of her career during her first stint on ATWT, and then returned to this crap return story.
    • THE SECRETS OF MIDLAND HEIGHTS DECEMBER 6, 1980-JANUARY 24, 1981 MIDLAND HEIGHTS     Etta ___ Borman     Bea Silvern Max Borman     Gordon Clark Burt Carroll       Lorenzo Lamas  Hilda ____  Carroll   K Callan Micki Carroll    Melora Hardin Clay Cole     Michael Prince Serena  ___ Costin      Erica Yohn Eric Dexter     Fred Weiss Lucy __ Dexter    Jenny O'Hara Anne Dulles  Doran Clark Helen Millington Dulles     Kathleen Widdoes John Grey     Jim Youngs  Mike Grey     Christopher Stone Nancy ___ Grey     Arlene Golonka Julie Hammond    Denise Nicholas Mrs. Harris    Toni Sawyer Fran ___ Hilliard     Marie Masters Mark Hudson    Bill Thornbury  (80-81)                             Robin Strand Henry Johnson      Peter Hobbs Tracey Johnson    Laura Johnson Dr. Loy      Stephen McNally Guy Millington     Jordan Christopher Margaret ___ Millington    Martha Scott Calvin Richardson    Mark Pinter Lisa Rogers    Linda Hamilton Dr. Sims    Donegan Smith Karen Weaver     Lee Chamberlin Danny Welsh     Stephen Manley    Professor Nathan Welsh     Robert Hogan Teddy Welsh     Daniel Zippi Dorothy ___ Wheeler    Bibi Besch Holly Wheeler (Pilot)    Linda Grovenor                     Marilyn Jones Martin Wheeler     William Jordan   Mrs. Wolf     Ann Nelson     Al             Jonathan Prince Chris        Lisa Alpert Jesus        Henry Darrow Sue           Irene Arreaga Madame Zeena       Zohra Lampert   Carnie            Martin Beck High School Student   Stan Wells Sheriff      Fred Pinkard     @GymnastGuy  If the scripts contain any other cast information, let me know and I can add it in.  Welcome to SON.  
    • There's only a handful of ways to write back from the dead stories.  Either 1) the person has amnesia 2) has been held captive 3) has to stay away from family in order to "protect" them.   The third one is probably the lamest of them all because from a critical reason standpoint, the argument tends to fall apart when you evaluate the claims made by said dead person.    

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