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  1. Sharon and her girls. That was awesome. Pre-teen me would love a Nick and Sharon reunion -- a real one. But, I think they are fantastic friends and co-parents. Chemistry is chemistry, and they've got it at every level.
  2. A quick thank you to @YRfan23 for posting these episodes. 1995 certainly was a defining year for the show. I remember being interested in every storyline, Victoria in particular. Heather Tom knew how to emote everything. It's a shame Julianne Morris didn't stick around longer. Amy was a great character, and she, a strong actress, relatable with her insecurities. Thanks again!
  3. I cringe at the thought of how this regime will handle Sharon's health scare.
  4. Took the words out of my mouth. What a perfect opportunity to usher back Nina -- finding her other son in bed with Phyllis. Nina and Ronan could both come back! Bah. Who are we kidding. I can still vividly remember Nina learning Chloe had de-flowered Chance. That look...
  5. Isn't that the truth. The daughter of Ashley Abbott and Victor Newman. Sad.
  6. What really screams 'life support' right now is the lack of that next generation. When I was growing up, you knew that Nick, Victoria, Sharon, Billy would be the ones to drive a new set of storylines, relationships for years to come. They've hit a bit of a dead end here in a sense that they've introduced so many newbies, the true next generation of this show is lost. Summer and Abby are pretty aimless. Kyle has potential thanks to a decent actor, but he seems saddled at the moment. Where is Noah? Scotty? Reed? We never see Mariah. Devon is on his own island, and he rarely communicates with people his age. I thought they missed the boat with not bringing back Mac, Brit and Raul. It's a good thing they didn't SORAS Faith. You wouldn't ever know that Nate and Chance are the children of legacy characters, since they never bring up their parents or their respective upbringings. Chloe and Chance had a serious relationship at one point. Unless I missed it, they haven't really brought it up. What about Ronan? It's tough for me to care about Chelsea. Everything is so... 🤷‍♀️
  7. I have, cross my heart, tried to watch again. I was excited about Chance's return, thinking there would be that Nina connection. Nary a mention of his mother or how she's doing. I still can't get over the lack of reaction from Devon when it comes to Amanda. A woman with the face of the love of his life shows up and nothing? Billy has a personality disorder? Sure, let's just power through that storyline too. Hey, let's create some faux history and make some rando a new Abbott. Nothing makes sense. There's no one to root for, with little to care about in general. I'm not sure how much longer this show can stay above water.
  8. Andrew Shue.... fine wine 🥰 It's too bad Billy was such a broomhead. What a great cast.
  9. I wonder how many different angles he took before deciding on that pose.
  10. He'll return as a 16-year-old with a chip on his shoulder
  11. I think he figured the Laners would somehow save him. They built him and the couple up to some mythical, untouchable figure. Part of me felt bad for the normal fans of the couple, who probably deserved a 'ride into the sunset' moment. The other part of me gave a little chuckle when their final scene together aired -- a few pieces of dialogue that probably could've been written by an intern. The real final straw for me was bringing Neil and KSJ into it, essentially throwing it out there that without Neil, Cane had no story. No, you could've had a story... sorry your leading lady wasn't a size two, and someone you could do O faces with during your mind-numbing love scenes while posting shirtless, fish face selfies from your dressing room in your free time. When you cut people down along the way, trying to dictate something that's in the hands of your bosses, it'll catch up to you eventually. Peace out, DG.
  12. She chatted about it on the real estate reality show she was (is?) on. It airs on either Netflix or Amazon Prime. Nonetheless, when she joined the firm, the other realtors saw her as an outsider who was just married to a Hollywood actor. They seemed to warm up to her after they learned more of her backstory about growing up homeless. If I recall, she wanted everyone to volunteer at a help the homeless event, and that's how she shared her family's plight.
  13. Oh. He doesn't want us to humbly invite us to watch his journey with Jill and Colin?
  14. Here's the latest update: https://www.tmz.com/2019/11/15/general-hospital-tyler-christopher-guilty-plea-public-intoxication-no-alcohol-treatment-program/ Tyler Christopher -- best known for his appearances on "General Hospital" for 20 years -- got a break from the judge in his public intoxication case because the judge rejected the plea of a cop who begged hizzoner to put Tyler into a treatment program for alcoholism. ... Tyler was ordered to pay a $440 fine. He's got until next week to fork over the dough. And, that's it ... he didn't get probation and the judge did NOT order him to enter into an alcohol treatment program.
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