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  1. That's definitely Jane talking to Duncan and Jessica. If that's supposed to be Ambrose, it's a sub. And yes, that's Lamar, played by Michael Genet.
  2. Kathryn Hays was married to actor Glenn Ford. Anthony Herrera was Gaby Hoffman's father. Meredith Hagner (Liberty #1) just recently married Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell's son.
  3. Report post Posted Tuesday at 08:17 PM Most Rejuvenated Character: Traci/Ava - Y&R/GH I can't speak for Traci (love BM from way back, but gave up on Y&R a lifetime ago)…..but ain't no lie about Ava getting back to her roots being good. Too much of this year was basically Ava being drunk, but it was still more entertaining than the year stuck worrying about/around/over Griffin. Maura and Jon were by far the best thing about GH this year. Report post Posted Tuesday at 08:17 PM Most Rejuvenated Character: Traci/Ava - Y&R/GH I can't speak for Traci (love BM from way back, but gave up on Y&R a lifetime ago)…..but ain't no lie about Ava getting back to her roots being good. Too much of this year was basically Ava being drunk, but it was still more entertaining than the year stuck worrying about/around/over Griffin. Maura and Jon were by far the best thing about GH this year. Report post Posted Tuesday at 08:17 PM Most Rejuvenated Character: Traci/Ava - Y&R/GH I can't speak for Traci (love BM from way back, but gave up on Y&R a lifetime ago)…..but ain't no lie about Ava getting back to her roots being good. Too much of this year was basically Ava being drunk, but it was still more entertaining than the year stuck worrying about/around/over Griffin. Maura and Jon were by far the best thing about GH this year.
  4. I assume all soaps incorporated the holidays, since they began. ATWT, for example, always used to acknowledge Frannie's birthday was Christmas Eve.
  5. Emmy Rossum wasn't in the part for a year. She played the part for a few episodes when Molly found out who'd adopted her. Brolden's post lists the dates as 8/15 thru 8/19 of 97.
  6. I haven't seen it confirmed anywhere else. I'm chilling champagne in anticipation though. Here's hoping she's the first of many useless characters to be hitting the road.
  7. The way he tended to repeat his own stories. The first summer, Lily and Simon were stuck on an island. The next summer, it was Katie and Henry on the same island. (And I swear the summer after that, there was another "island" story...) Bringing back old characters with new personalities like Craig, Rosanna, Dusty (I'd add Brad, but that was Pissy). Writing every teen like an idiot. Giving stories that just weren't working a farce-like ending (Billy, Bonnie, Issac and Lisa (I think) spent like a month in Scotland in some bizarre excuse for a wrap up that included a dwarf and one of the Monkees, as I recall...) At the time, I remember there was a lot of bitching on various boards about Craig eating the f'in show. We counted---he was on 40 straight episodes at one point.
  8. Jack had a teenage crush on Molly, but it was not mutual, she only had eyes for Holden. "Previously unknown relatives" always get some kind of retcon. As time went on (and continuity was a thing of the past), Jack would sometimes go on about knowing teen Lily, when his intro to the show revolved around Lily (who was in jail at the time) not recognizing him.
  9. I don't blame Colleen for appreciating the opportunity to drive story. Barbara got stuck in a rut for at least five years before Hogan came aboard. Getting knocked up by 'ol Johnny Dixon wasn't exactly a barnburner. It's not even that I hated Sheffer's stuff. (How could I, when I got some awesome CarJack from him?) I just grew more and more frustrated by his choices.
  10. No, but even Martha is entitled to her rose-colored glasses. I think what Martha meant was that Hogan was behind the decision to make Rose a twin. (Stupid as that was-----RME...) Not that he created the entire story. I thought I heard that "honor" went to Goutman, who wanted a way to "utilize" Martha's "sense of humor"...… IMO, the only good moment in the entire story was Holden's reaction to Rose's true, nasal Jersey accent. I think Sheffer was more valuable as an attention getter. At least he tried breaking the image that ATWT was "your granny's soap." I don't think he really had any "new approach" to the craft. I always admired the scriptwriters more (with some exceptions...ugh, the name Lynn Martin still makes me cringe...) with keeping the characters unique and somewhat consistent.
  11. And God Bless Tom Casiello for his grateful attitude and shedding some light on HS's kindnesses----but I don't agree with a lot of his assessment of the writing in that period. His version of Craig Montgomery was an abomination.
  12. Feeling more than a little nostalgic for ATWT today. And at least with Holden I had a starting point. I wouldn't have a clue about searching out the others. Other than I doubt Luke got anywhere near a motorcycle on the show. Re: David Harbour/Shanks....he might have started as early as '97. They still had a fair amount of extras running around then.
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