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  1. Search For Tomorrow Discussion Thread

    The blonde-haired man is Chase Kendall, Estelle's son. Here he's played by Robert Brian Wilson who earlier played Channing Capwell Jr. on Santa Barbara. Before Wilson, Kevin Conroy played Chase. Sherry Mathis was gone by this time. Louan Gideon was playing Liza.
  2. Search For Tomorrow Discussion Thread

    I believe the man with the blonde hair at the pay phone is Viggo Mortensen, who played Bragg in the San Marcos storyline.
  3. Soap Opera Pet Peeves

    Wasn't Maggie Horton raped during that period too?
  4. GH: Shelly Altman previews Fall

    If you're referring to the monologue Viki gave about soaps in the next-to-last episode of OLTL, you're wrong. Van Etten did not write it. Scott Sickels did. He said so recently on Facebook.
  5. Search For Tomorrow Discussion Thread

    I see her on Facebook, so I'll share the video with her. Thank you! As I watched the video, I kept thinking about how warm Sherry was. She came across the complete opposite of how Marcia McCabe described when Louan Gideon died. At that time, McCabe described Sherry as "remote and not social at all."
  6. Love of Life Discussion Thread

    Sad news. Elizabeth Kemp, who played the role of Betsy, has passed away. https://www.horrorsociety.com/2017/09/03/knows-youre-alone-actress-elizabeth-kemp-passed-away/
  7. Guiding Light discussion thread

    I don't think she was dropped. Rather, I thought she quit GL to go back to California where she appeared on Welcome Back, Kotter as Barbarino's love interest.
  8. Search For Tomorrow Discussion Thread

    I think you're mis-remembering a bit. Most of the characters were living at Liberty House after the flood and there was lots of interaction amongst the characters. Hogan and Patti definitely interacted with other characters. They were both part of the big storyline involving the McCleary patriarch Matt, which took Search for Tomorrow to Ireland a few months before the show left the air. And Hogan did interact a lot with Jo. The new opening credits initially ended with a shot of Hogan and Jo.
  9. Search For Tomorrow Discussion Thread

    Hogan and Sunny had a beautiful romance in 1983-1984. Then Hogan left Henderson. He returned in the spring of 1985 and the writers paired him with Liza. David Forsyth had amazing chemistry with both Sherry Mathis and Marcia McCabe. But Mathis left and Louan Gideon assumed the role. Sunny became needy and clingy. Didn't she fake paralysis? The storyline bombed. We were clearly meant to root for Hogan and Liza but the coupling failed.
  10. Search For Tomorrow Discussion Thread

    I don't think it was the lighting with Warren's office. As I recall, the walls were black, perhaps to symbolize that Warren was a villain. I always found that set unsettling because it was so dark and forbidding.
  11. GH: August 2017 Discussion Thread

    Not true at all. I know many people who have been fired and didn't leave right away. Happened last year with a co-worker who got fired in April and didn't leave for four months, all because of protections that were written into her contract.
  12. Twin Peaks

    What a riveting episode! The opening scenes. Wow. Beautiful, soulful. Incredibly fulfilling after all these years. The scenes with DoppelCooper were mesmerizing and chilling. The phone call and the scene at the police station. The special credit at the end. The images of the woods, the house. Oh, my heart. I wept.
  13. GH: Frank Valentini Interview

    Wait. So someone created an account in 2006 so they could mock you in 2017? Ok, now.
  14. Old/Classic B&B discussion&articles

    Who knows? Frankly, I don't care. I merely chimed in that I personally thought she looked great with short hair. End of story.
  15. Licensed music and daytime soap operas

    Santa Barbara was hardly unique in its use of licensed music. Soaps were heavily using licensed music before SB was even on the air.
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