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  1. Bravo's The Real Housewives of....

    I don't think Beverly Hills is in any immediate danger. I'm glad they're going back to Camille and friend-of Adrienne, as this is the one cast that seemed like genuine friendships developed as a result of being on the show together. Ratings have been steady and there's still a healthy press buzz for it. I think once we lose LVP or Kyle (but let's face it, she's a lifer like OC's Tamra and Vicki), it'll be a test to see how it does the season after. If/when Bethenny leaves NYC again, I'd be interested in seeing if these past couple seasons would help keep momentum going with OG's like LuAnn and breakout personality Dorinda. They could always bring back Jill, as long as the Big B doesn't have a say in the matter. Otherwise, I could see them falling back into Season 6 irrevelancy.
  2. Days actor returns

    I suppose it's too late to have Theo have a sexual awakening... Would it be redundant to have another never-before-mentioned nephew of Abe join? Say, his brother Jonah has been off canvas for 20 years. Plenty of time to have had a son, now grown. Or his step-son Benjamin, if Jonah and Wendy ever got married.
  3. Days actor returns

    "I'll pick the one on the left, Bob."
  4. Bravo's The Real Housewives of....

    I thought the same thing today! Hahaha... where will the ladies of NYC go to fight now??? I don't think Atlanta will become The NeNe Show because RHOA has survived and thrived without her and they all know it. They did just fine last season and the season before. The same could not be said for New York when Bethenny returned. Which is also why it's ridiculous that the cast of New Jersey (if the report was even true) would try to get Danielle edited out of the show. They had already tried to regain interest with Dina's return, Jacqueline's "return" (she never really left though), and Danielle is their last shot. Which brings me to a thread question for all: Out of the long-running franchises (Atlanta, Beverly Hills, New York, New Jersey, Orange County), which do you predict will be the first to go and why/how?
  5. Bravo's The Real Housewives of....

    Wow. The "newest" castmembers and this is their 6th season. Again, amazed the thot is still here. Though it's pretty impressive to have so many long running castmembers and yet the bickering still feels fresh.
  6. Bravo's The Real Housewives of....

    Looks juicy! Thanks for the tag @Nothin'ButAttitude I'm all for ANYONE dragging Porsha. She shouldn't be still getting Bravo checks. She's dodged more bullets than any housewife when it comes to getting the boot.
  7. Most Ridiculous Soap Moments

    Oh okay, so that's TWO separate completely ridiculous scenes.
  8. B&B: September 2017 Discussion Thread

    That's pretty much what I was thinking when I saw those scenes. I could almost see Bill "seducing" Steffy just to stick it to Liam. Or, heavily hinting that something's going on to drive Liam crazy, without "technically" cheating on Brooke.
  9. DAYS: September 2017 Discussion Thread

    Ha! I'm always reminded of Bryan Dattilo's humorous side when I see SNL's Bobby Moynihan doing some of his goofy faces. Perfectly fitting, here's his "Drunk Uncle"...
  10. Highest Rated Episodes Ever

    Thanks for the reminder And 8.1 put them at No. 1 in 1988. Hmm... must've been a slow week for GH and Y&R. SOD started posting the actual numbers around April 1992, I think. I have nearly every issue since 1989. Before, they just listed them from highest to lowest without actual Nielsen points listed. A couple times, they'd go into detail, such as in '90 or '91 when they made mention of GL hitting No. 3 for a number of weeks and posted the actual numbers. At the time it was bi-weekly. They became weekly in March of 1997. I don't know when it switched from monthly to bi-weekly. I wanna say like 1981 but could be wrong.
  11. Days actor returns

    I've never had a problem with Ari Zuker and I've always enjoyed her performance as Nicole. The problem is that we know the comings 'n goings so far in advance, that it becomes a drag waiting for an exiting actor's story to wrap up. Since we know they're leaving, it's like they've worn out their welcome and the wrap-up story is inconsequential. Same thing happened with Jen Lilley's Theresa.
  12. Highest Rated Episodes Ever

    I wish we could see the Nielsen ratings for weeks in the 80's when certain soaps hit #1. Like the three weeks Guiding Light was No. 1 in August 1984. And I wonder if the DAYS Patch/Kayla wedding garnered them a first place spot or at least close to. And did AMC ever top the charts again after being number one in the late 70's? Did OLTL ever place first during their 43 years?
  13. I wonder how overseas soaps, those in the U.K., Australia, Mexico etc do in relationship to their other daytime shows and prime time. The artform of soaps - 1 hour long, 5 days a week, every week all year with no hiatus or reruns - just aren't enticing to the U.S. culture anymore. Once the remaining four are gone, the genre won't come back. The hours will either be used for cheap talk shows, entertainment gossip, Dr. Whomever, or a game show.... OR handed back over to the local affiliates so they can air infomercials of Courtney Thorne-Smith revealing how she got rid of her turkey neck with a miracle cream.
  14. Most Ridiculous Soap Moments

    Still wondering how Reva made her way from San Cristobel, the Caribbean island with horrific blizzards, to Goshen, Indiana.