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  1. Does anyone have any websites which have Loving episode summaries? I am collecting episode summaries for the soaps and for Loving I only have some 1994 and 1995 episode summaries... so I would appreciate any help.
  2. Yes, they really introduced too many of the new characters. And not only new characters, but recasts of important characters... Personally I never liked Gordon Thomson as Mason either or Eileen Davidson as Kelly, so having the two front and center also did not help as they did not feel like the established characters that I loved, but rather new characters. I was okay with Michael Brainard as Ted, but still... I felt like aside from CC, Sophia, Julia and Gina, you did not really have many long running characters...
  3. This was my first American daytime soap opera that I watched in my life. I was a kid back then, but I remember so many moments and scenes that happened... it was so immensely popular in my country. At one point everyone was watching it. Even today, I think you bring up the names C.C. Capwell or Cruz and Eden to my generation of people or older, they will know what it is about. Show was so huge that during the war here, when people were in bomb shelters and without a TV, they were doing recaps over the radio so that people can listen while in the shelter. There is also a funny story related to SB... while they were airing the storyline with Eden in the wheelchair, one old woman here went to the church and gave her priest some money so that he would hold a mass in honor of Eden walking again While I just hated the final years, I must say, I was a huge fan of the early and middle years. It will always be one of my favorite soaps. My love for Robin Wright was born here. I was a huge Mason and Julia fan and still love both Lane Davies and Nancy Lee Grahn. Gina and Keith were so fun to watch as a devilish duo. I still remember Eden's rape and how violet it was. I remember dear sweet Hayley dying after being hit by a car. Crazy Elena Nicholas dropping Eden in those snowy mountains. I remember Mason being punched in the face, falling down behind a couch and once he got up, we had a new Mason actor So many fond memories!
  4. I think I would say Meg Bennett, I guess... simply because that middle year was my favorite... I loved the Shockwave storyline and along side AMC Tornado of 94, this was my favorite soap opera disaster storyline. I did enjoy the start of Antonio/Gabi/Ricardo, I was into the Maria storyline (and one of my favorite cliffhangers is Maria showing up at Ben and Meg's wedding to catch the bouquet). I did hate the Rosario jewels storyline. It was so ridiculous. I felt like the first year of the show, the show was moving so fast, people were coming and going... and then the last year, it was the opposite, IMO.. it slowed down too much and I felt it dragged for too long. Event the baby switch storyline that I loved initially, was just soooo long, slow and repetitive by the time it ended.
  5. You are welcome I only found some more brief recaps for the following decades.. 1950-1954 Charita Bauer takes over the role of Bert Bauer (2/50) Meta Bauer and Ted White marry (2/6/50) Chuckie dies (9/20/50) Meta shoots and kills Ted (9/22/50) Meta is vindicated in the Ted White case (4/51) Meta marries Joe Roberts (9/7/51) Trudy Bauer (Helen Wagner) marries Clyde Palmer (1951) Bert gives birth to Mike Bauer (3/52) GL begins airing on TV (6/30/52) Kathy Roberts (Susan Douglas) marries Bob Lang (1952) Bob Lang is killed in an automobile accident (1952) Kathy marries Dick Grant (1952) Ellen Demming takes over role of Meta Bauer (Bill's sister) (1/53) Kathy gives birth to Robin (5/53) Joey Roberts marries Lois (1954) Bert gives birth to William Edward Bauer (Ed) (12/31/54) 1955-1959 Joe Roberts dies of cancer (12/24/55) Radio version of GL discontinued (8/56) Dr. Bruce Banning (Les Damon) introduced (1956) Mike Bauer runs away from home (1956) Dr. Jim Kelly and Lila Taylor are wed (1956) Zena Bethune takes over the role of Robin Lang (1957?) Lisa Howard takes over the role of Trudy Bauer (1957) Kathy marries Mark Holden (Whitfield Connor) (2/57) Papa Bauer celebrates his 65th birthday (3/14/57) Dick Grant and Marie Wallace are wed (5/31/57) Kathy Roberts Holden dies in auto accident (3/58) Mark Holden marries Ruth Jannings (1958) Ed Bryce takes over role of Bill Bauer (1959) Dr. Paul Fletcher and Anne Benedict are wed (1959) Mark Holden marries Ruth Jannings (1959) Pat Collins takes over role of Ed Bauer (1959) 1960-1964 Meta Roberts and Dr. Bruce Banning are wed (2/60) Mike Bauer secretly marries Robin Lang Holden (marriage later annulled because they are underage)... Karl Jannings is killed in a struggle with Mike (7/60) Barnard Hughes takes over role of Dr. Bruce Banning (1961) Dick & Marie Grant adopt Phil Collins (6/61) Robin marries Alex Bowden (8/61) Bert has surgery for uterine cancer (1/62) Sheldon Golomb originates role of Johnny Fletcher (1962) Anne Fletcher killed in accidental shooting (10/62) Donald Melvin takes over role of Johnny Fletcher (1963) Mike marries Julie Conrad (Sandra Smith) in a shotgun wedding (5/63) Julie gives birth to Hope Bauer (Jennifer Kirschner) (9/63) Eugene Smith takes over role of Bill Bauer (1964) Robin secretly marries Paul Fletcher (4/64) Nurse Jane Fletcher (Chase Crosley) comes to Selby Flats (1964) 1965-1969 Ed Bryce resumes role of Bill Bauer (1965) Peggy Scott (Fran Myers) is introduced (1965) Gillian Spencer takes over role of Robin Fletcher (1965) Daniel Fortas takes over role of Johnny Fletcher (1965) Mike graduates law school; Ed begins studying surgery (1965) Bill Bauer & Maggie Scott have an affair (1965) Jane Fletcher marries George Hayes (7/65) Don Scardino takes over role of Johnny Fletcher (1965) Guiding Light's location is moved from Selby Flats, CA to Springfield, USA, "somewhere in the Midwest" (1966) Meta & Bruce Banning move to New York City(1966) Julie Bauer dies in an insane asylum; Mike & Hope move to Bay City, MI & become characters on Another World (2/66) Bill Bauer falls off the wagon, eventually joins AA (1966) Ruby Dee originates role of Martha Frazier; Billy Dee Williams originates role of Dr. Jim Frazier (1966) Robert Gentry takes over role of Ed Bauer (1966) Lynne Adams originates role of Leslie Jackson (1966) Jane Hayes gives birth to Amy (6/66) First color broadcast (3/13/67) Erik Howell takes over role of Johnny Fletcher (1967) Victoria Wyndham originates role of Charlotte Waring (1967) Johnny Fletcher marries Peggy Scott (4/67) Ben Scott dies of a heart attack (5/67) Ed Bauer marries Leslie Jackson (9/67) Robin Fletcher dies in a car accident (10/67) GL switches from live broadcasts to videotape (1968) Maggie Scott dies after unsuccessful surgery (3/68) Mike Bauer and Hope Bauer (Paula Schwartz) return to Springfield & Mike falls in love with Leslie Bauer (4/68) Johnny Fletcher & Tracy Delmar (aka Charlotte Waring) get engaged (5/68) GL expands from 15 to 30 minutes; Bill Bauer has a successful heart transplant (9/9/68) Peggy Scott marries Marty Dillman; Johnny Fletcher marries Tracy Delmar a.k.a. Charlotte Waring (10/68) Marty Dillman is murdered (12/68) Don Stewart takes over role of Mike Bauer (12/68) Elissa Leeds takes over role of Hope Bauer (1968) Mart Hulswit takes over role of Ed Bauer (1969) Peggy Dillman gives birth to William Bauer Dillman ("Billy") (3/69) Ed is arrested for drunken driving & is dismissed from hospital staff (4/69) Johnny Fletcher marries Peggy Dillman; Sara McIntyre (Millette Alexander) & Lee Gantry marry (12/69)
  6. As I mentioned in the ATWT history thread, I found some old files on my old computer today. For GL, I found a document which had like tidbits from the radio shows. I don't know the source unfortunately, but I thought it might be interesting to share here, in case you guys wanna read it. Sorry, if this has already been shared. 1930s The Guiding Light premieres on radio, based in Chicago (1/25/37) Ned Holden and Mary Ruthledge are engaged (1937) Abe Kransky dies from influenza (1937) Fredrika shoots and kills Paul Holden (1938) Rose Kransky has child out of wedlock (1939) 1940-1944 Ned and Mary get married (6/41) Johnny Kransky dies in an automobile accident (1941) Ellis Smith and Torchy Reynolds Holden marry (1942) Norma Greenman dies of a heart attack (1943) 1945-1949 Dr. Richard Gaylord becomes minister in Five Points (1945) GL moves production to Hollywood (1946) Reverend Ruthledge (Arthur Peterson) dies (1946) Tim Lawrence dies in a plane crash (7/46) Dr. Jonathan MacNeill marries Claire Lawrence (10/46) Theo Goetz originates role of Frederick (Papa) Bauer (1947) Ray and Charlotte marry (1947) Dr. Charles Matthews opens the Church of the Good Samaritan in Selby Flats, CA, the story's new location (1947) Roger Collins marries Susan McClain (1948) Meta Bauer (Jone Allison) poses as Jan Carter (7/48) GL production moves to New York from Hollywood; GL story moves from Five Points, USA to Selby Flats, CA (1949) Bert Miller (Ann Shepherd) and Bill Bauer (Lyle Sudrow) are married (12/9/49) Mama Bauer dies (12/49)
  7. After checking files further, I can see there is only first half of 1957. The following years are then more like a recap of important stories, not like this daily recap. But if someone is interested, I can share what I have. ATWT 1957 Storyline Source for January 2 to April 19, 1957 ATWT synopses: *TV Guide, Volume 5, issues 1-15 (Dec. 29, 1956-Jan. 4, 1957 issue through April 13-19, 1957 issue). Note: As the World Turns was preempted on Tuesday, January 1. 193. Jan.2: Dr. Snyder talks to Claire about love. 194. Jan 3: Edie meets Jim for a celebration. 195. Jan 4: Penny and Ellen are disturbed 196. Jan. 7: Don tells Janice that he'll live on campus. 197. Jan. 8: Janice confides in Edith. 198. Jan. 9: Dr. Snyder discovers what's wrong with Claire. 199. Jan. 10: Ellen has dinner at the Hughes's'. 200. Jan. 11: Janice tells Don her decision. 201. Jan. 14: Claire makes Ellen uncomfortable. 202. Jan. 15: Don shows Chris the ring Janice returned. 203. Jan. 16: Claire and Dr. Snyder make some progress. 204. Jan. 17: Edith refuses the date Chris arranged. 205. Jan. 18: Claire forces Ellen into a trip to California. Note: As the World Turns was preempted on Monday, January 21 for President Eisenhower's inauguration. 206. Jan. 22: Claire decides to take a trip. 207. Jan. 23: No episode information available. 208. Jan. 24: Claire wonders about her decision. 209. Jan. 25: Penny and Ellen receive a surprise. 210. Jan. 28: Edith has a talk with Chris. 211. Jan. 29: Ellen and Judge Lowell discuss Edith. 212. Jan. 30: Jeff tells Ellen the truth. 213. Jan. 31: Penny asks her aunt a question. 214. Feb. 1: Edith pays a visit to Jim's office. 215. Feb. 4: Ellen overhears a conversation between Jim and Edie. 216. Feb. 5: Ellen tells her father a lie. 217. Feb. 6: No episode information available. 218. Feb. 7: Jeff and Penny have an argument. 219. Feb. 8: Ellen gets angry with her father. 220. Feb. 11: Penny wonders why Ellen is so angry. 221. Feb. 12: Ellen tells her father what she overheard. 222. Feb. 13: Ellen makes an unfortunate decision. 223. Feb. 14: Ellen tells Penny about her aunt. 224. Feb. 15: Penny's life is filled with confusion. 225. Feb. 18: Jim talks to his father about Ellen. 226. Feb. 19: The Lowell's and Hugheses reach an incorrect conclusion about Ellen's health. 227. Feb. 20: Jim discovers his daughter's hate. 228. Feb. 21: Claire has a serious talk with Jim. 229. Feb. 22: Penny is alienated from her family. 230. Feb. 25: Edie learns what's troubling Penny. 231. Feb. 26: Chris tells Edith that their brother, John, will be released from jail very soon. 232. Feb. 27: Claire is on the road to recovery. 233. Feb. 28: Edith and Jim talk about their future. 234. March 1: Janice Turner returns from Florida. 235. March 4: Ellen decides to get even with Don. 236. March 5: Ellen makes plans to go away. 237. March 6: Claire begins to understand her illness. 238. March 7: Ellen and Penny make up. 239. March 8: Penny has an argument with Aunt Edith. 240. March 11: Penny has an argument with her mother. 241. March 12: Chris and Nancy have a disagreement. 242. March 13: Claire has a talk with Dr. Snyder. 243. March 14: Edith pays a visit to the Lowells. 244. March 15: Claire talks openly about the divorce. 245. March 18: Edith tells Jim she is leaving. 246. March 19: Edith causes more trouble for the Hughes family. 247. March 20: Jim asks Dr. Snyder some questions. 248. March 21: Claire can't get Ellen to believe her. 249. March 22: Claire tells Jim she wants a divorce. 250. March 25: Ellen tries to rule her family. 251. March 26: Edith's anger brings a terrible reaction from Judge Lowell. 252. March 27: Chris learns Edith is responsible for Judge Lowell's illness. 253. March 28: Jim learns Edith's part in his father's illness. 254. March 29: Claire refuses to allow Judge Lowell to interfere. 255. April 1: No episode information available. 256. April 2: Nancy doesn't want another problem. 257. April 3: Jim and his father reach a new understanding. 258. April 4: Janice Turner has some good news. 259. April 5: The Hugheses' anniversary causes a quarrel. 260. April 8: Edith and Chris worry about their brother. 261. April 9: Janice Turner has doubts about her forthcoming marriage. 262. April 10: Grandpa tries to reconcile Edith and Penny. 263. April 11: Chris is concerned about John's threats. 264. April 12: Ellen uses her grandfather in an attempt to keep the family together. 265. April 15: Janice tells Carl about her misgivings. 266. April 16: Janice makes her wedding plans. 267. April 17: Edith comes to Jim for help. 268. April 18: Ellen schemes against her parents. 269. April 19: John Hughes is headed for trouble. In the intervening months, Janice Turner married Carl Whipple and left Oakdale, and Jim Lowell went on a vacation to Florida to wait out his divorce from Claire. During that vacation, Jim died in a boating accident. Penny Hughes graduated from high school that June and continued to date Jeff Baker, despite Nancy's objections.
  8. So as I came to visit my parents, I found my old computer and in it, I found some of my old soap folders... It is quite fun to see it, as there are some old videos from mid 00's for most soaps, some full episodes etc. But what I completely forgot that I had, was downloads of recaps of ATWT from really early days. I honestly don't know anymore from which site I downloaded that, now it is saved up in a word document that I have.. so I unfortunately I cannot quote a source for this. If someone will recognize it, feel free to let me know. EDIT: In one of the files I managed to find a link. The website does not exist anymore, but I found in the internet archive. https://web.archive.org/web/20090804183917/http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Studio/5185/index.html If you want it, I can post all that I have. Just so you know what I am talking about... here is 1956.: Based on information contained in a review of As the World Turns in the April 4, 1956 issue of Variety, here is what happened: Chris and Nancy discuss having Chris' father, Will "Grandpa" Hughes, live with them. Pa has been struggling to maintain the family farm in Gilman, OH. Plans are being made for Chris and Nancy's wedding anniversary. Penny is upset that Nancy won't let her go away with Ellen for spring vacation. Ellen, in turn, is upset by her parents' deteriorating marriage. Donald(Hal Studer), a senior at Oakdale High School, is dating a waitress named Janice Turner. Over the next few weeks, ATWT followed the storyline threads established in the premiere episode. The following blurbs, which are paraphrased from TV Guide issues, show the story progress since the opening show. May 28 :Ellen waits anxiously for her father, Jim, to return from his Washington, D.C. business trip, but she's distressed to find out that he has already checked out of his hotel room. May 29 : Jim shows up at Edith's apartment. May 30 : Claire confronts Jim with knowledge of his affair with Edith. May 31 : Grandpa Hughes visits Edith's apartment and finds a picture of a man among her belongings. June 1 : Jim has an important talk with Claire; Ellen goes out on a date. June 4 : Judge Lowell, who is in the hospital being treated for a heart attack, tells his son, Jim, that Chris will become a junior partner in the family law firm. June 5: Chris decides to wait to accept the position until Judge Lowell has fully recovered. June 6: Claire has a talk with Dr. Douglas Cassen about the state of her marriage. June 7: Jim and Edie meet unexpectedly at the Hughes home. June 8: The worsening of Judge Lowell's condition prompts Claire to rush to the hospital. June 11: Chris tells his family about his new job. June 12: Edie argues with Chris over financial assistance. June 13: Claire visits Judge Lowell at the hospital. June 14: Mrs. Turner predicts that Donald Hughes and her daughter, Janice, will break up. June 15: Chris pleads with Nancy to keep a promise she made to Donald (She promised she wouldn't interfere with his love life). June 18: Chris learns the whereabouts of his long lost brother, John. June 19: Claire has dinner with Jim. June 20: Janice tells her mother that she's "sort of' engaged to Donald. June 21: The Hughes and Lowell families spend the evening together. June 22: Don gives the valedictory address at his high school graduation. June 25: Janice and Edith feel like outsiders among the Hugheses. June 26: Grandpa warns Edie about Jim. June 27: Penny argues with Nancy and accuses her of playing favorites. June 28: Nancy learns her sister, Pearl, is ill and leaves for Kansas City. June 29: Claire visits the Hugheses while Edie is present. July 2: Pa warns Chris about Penny. July 3: Don lies to Janice about the Hugheses' Fourth of July plans. July 4: Jim loses his temper with Claire. July 5: Don makes a confession to Grandpa. July 6: Edie refuses Pa's travel vacation suggestion. July 9: Chris offers to pay for Edie's vacation. July 10: Edie tells Jim that her trip may affect their relationship. July 11: Jan is worried about the state of her relationship with Don and asks him if she could still wear his ring. July 12: Penny learns that Ellen has invited Don to a country club dance. July 13: Chris tells Jim that he wants to help Edie overcome her unhappiness. July 16: Don dates Jan instead of welcoming Nancy back from Kansas City. July 17: Nancy is disappointed by Don's absence from her arrival. July 18: Chris tells Jim about his brother, John. July 19: Chris criticizes Don for his rudeness toward Ellen. July 20: Don finally accepts Ellen's invitation. July 23: Nancy urges Chris to visit his brother. July 24: Edie makes a decision during her vacation. July 25: Jim tells Claire he is having dinner with a client. July 26: Ellen tries to persuade Jim to join the family on their vacation. July 27: Grandpa offers his opinion about Edie's actions. July 30: Jim refuses to vacation with his family. July 31: Claire enlists Judge Lowell's aid. Aug. 1: Ellen plans for her parents' anniversary on Friday. Aug. 2: Jim forgets his anniversary. Aug. 3: Jim breaks a date with Edie because of his wedding anniversary. Aug. 6: Claire consults with Dr. Cassen about her headaches. Aug. 7: Grandpa goes to San Francisco to visit John, who is in jail. Aug. 8: Chris learns about his sister. Aug. 9: Judge Lowell suggests that Edie be transferred to San Francisco. Aug. 10: Edie learns about her twin brother, John; Jim tries to have a showdown with Claire. Note: As the World Turns was pre-empted August 13-15, 1956 because of CBS' coverage of the Democratic Presidential Convention. TV Guide had no available information on the August 16 and 17 episodes of ATWT. Aug. 20: Mrs. Turner disapproves of the ring Don is getting Jan; Chris is haunted by Judge Lowell's threat. Aug. 21: Chris tells Jim that he wants Edie to go to San Francisco. Aug. 22: Edie is urged by Nancy to leave. Aug. 23: Judge Lowell tells Jim that he'll go to Edie unless Jim straightens out his family problems. Aug. 24: Penny has her first date today. Aug. 27: Don gives Jan a diamond ring; Jim tells Claire that he may leave home. Aug. 28: When Dr. Cassen tells Claire there is nothing organically wrong with her, she decides to go to a specialist for a second opinion on her headaches. Aug. 29: Edie tells Chris that she will not move to San Francisco. Aug. 30: Don and Jan surprise their parents. Aug. 31: Claire suspects that the "other woman" is Edith. Sept. 3: Jim, Claire, and Edith meet at the Hugheses. Sept. 4: Ellen suspects that something is wrong with her parents and tells Penny so. Sept. 5: Ellen tries to find out why her parents are disturbed. Sept. 6: Nancy tells Claire to try to keep her marriage from dissolving. Sept. 7: Chris' knowledge of the Lowells' problems comes between him and Nancy. Sept. 10: Ellen tells Penny about her family. Sept. 11: Ellen is disturbed about her parents. Sept. 12: Nancy tells Claire not to break up her marriage, if possible. Sept. 13: Chris and Nancy discuss the Lowells Sept. 14: Penny talks to Aunt Edie about the Lowells' troubles. Sept. 17: Nancy tells Pa about Claire. Sept. 18: Jim and Ellen look at Grandmother Lowell's portrait. Sept. 19: Pa tries to make Edie stop seeing Jim. Sept. 20: Pa and Chris struggle with Edie's problems and with their own consciences. Sept. 21: Jim tells Edie that Claire suspects her. Sept. 24: Claire considers a divorce. Sept. 25: Nancy discovers that Edie is destroying the Lowell marriage. Sept. 26: Claire is left alone for the evening. Sept. 27: Ellen receives a terrific shock. Sept. 28: Ellen tries to locate her father. Oct. 1: Jim tries to visit Claire at the hospital. Oct. 2: Dr. Cassen lies to Claire. Oct. 3: Ellen demands that Jim answer her questions; Jim promises to tell her the truth. Oct. 4: Edie defies her father. Oct. 5: Dr. Cassen forbids Jim to ask Claire for his freedom. Oct. 8: Jim thinks that Claire purposely took those sleeping pills to gain sympathy. Oct. 9: Judge Lowell finally visits Edith. Oct. 10: Pa tells Chris and Nancy that he has known about Edith and Jim for quite some time. Oct. 11: Ellen has a nightmare. Oct. 12: Edie tells Jim why she hates Chris. Oct. 15: Judge Lowell's trouble with Edith leads to a relapse. Oct. 16: Nancy goes to Edith for help. Oct. 17: Dr. Cassen warns Claire to take care of herself. Oct. 18: Claire asks Judge Lowell for help. Oct. 19: Chris fails to make up with Edie. Oct. 22: Claire says that she'll never give Jim a divorce. Oct. 23: Janice talks her mother into making the first move toward a get-together with the Hugheses. Oct. 24: Don asks his father about Mrs. Turner's invitation. Oct. 25: Penny senses that something is wrong with Edie. Oct. 26: Claire retreats from the world. Oct. 29: Don realizes that there are drawbacks in his engagement. Oct. 30: Jim promises to move to the club. Oct. 31: Claire and Edith meet unexpectedly. Nov. 1: Claire and Edith are uneasy at the Halloween party. Nov. 2: Claire forces Edith to discuss their mutual problem. Nov. 5: Claire accidentally frightens her child. Nov. 6: Ellen suspects her mother's strange behavior and calls the doctor. Nov. 7: Today, Ellen demands that Dr. Cassen answer her. Nov. 8: Judge summons Chris about Claire. Nov. 9: Jim learns some disheartening news. Nov. 12: Dr. Cassen tells Jim that he can't leave Claire. Nov. 13: Mrs. Turner and the Hugheses agree about Don and Jan. Nov. 14: Penny and Don visit Ellen. Nov. 15: Ellen bears the burden of Claire's illness. Nov. 16: Jim interrupts and argument between Pa and Edie. Nov. 19: Dr. Snyder has a consultation with Claire. Nov. 20: Ellen makes her Thanksgiving plans. Nov. 21: Penny persuades Aunt Edith to change her mind. Nov. 22: ATWT was pre-empted for holiday programming. Nov. 23: Don sees Jim and guesses the truth. Nov. 26: Don and Jan run into serious problems. Nov. 27: Grandpa Hughes pays Jim a visit. Nov. 28: Jim's difficulties make Ellen happy. Nov. 29: Penny makes a forbidden date. Nov. 30: Penny asks Aunt Edith for help. Dec. 3: Penny loses an important argument. Dec. 4: The question puzzling Ellen is answered. Dec. 5: Penny's problems create a family crisis. Dec. 6: Claire begins receiving treatment. Dec. 7: Surprisingly, Penny wins a point. Dec. 10: Penny begins to worry about the dance. Dec. 11: Jim calls Edie. Dec. 12: We meet Jeff Baker. Dec. 13: Don forbids Jan to see his aunt. Dec. 14: Dr. Snyder learns more about Claire's problem. Dec. 17: Edie tells her secret to Jan. Dec. 18: Don plans to move away from Janice. Dec. 19: Penny and Don reach an agreement. Dec. 20: Jan tells Don that she wants to marry him. Dec. 21: Penny and Ellen go to the dance. Dec. 24: Pa and Penny decorate the Christmas tree. Dec. 25: Claire's illness puts a damper on Christmas. Dec. 26: Edie tells Chris about Jim. Dec. 27: Ellen asks Dr. Cassen a question. Dec. 28: Jan lays down the law to Don. Dec. 31: The Lowells and Hugheses celebrate the New Year. Source: TV Guide issues from May to December 1956.
  9. Ha! For me that is the only one I saw He was good, I enjoyed him from what I can remember.
  10. Yeah, I would say so... looking based on when Luke Perry was on the show (1987 to 1988) and also since I remember this villain Eban Japes, who was there from 1986 to 1987, I guess that's when, it happened. However, I found that Steve left in 1988, so I guess it might have been that, so that we had a part of 1987 and a part of 1988...
  11. I loved Y&R's porn opening. Even when everyone hated it, I found it to be sooo soapy and sexy and glamorous. haha I did start watching Y&R during the porn opening era, so I did not know any other Y&R opening. When Y&R rewarmped the opening to look like it does even today, I really liked it as well because it looked so classy and primetime-ish to me. More suited for that time. Porn opening was more like those campy primetime soaps of the 80s and 90s, while the new one was really like an upgrade. I loved Sunset Beach openings, well actually I loved the music more than the visuals, but still all in all I liked it all.
  12. I watched Loving for only one year, because it only aired for one year in my country before being cancelled. I don't really know which year it was (I guess late 80s), but I really enjoy it. I was a kid back then, but I still remember some scenes. Like when Steve dies after that bank robbery; Ned (played by now late Luke Perry) finding out that his girlfriend (I want to say April was her name?) was a prostitute; I remember Ned's sister Lotty, she dated Curtis Alden, I believe. "Clay" just showed up in town as alive with a different face. And I believe last episode that aired had Ava being kidnapped or something... I cannot remember the details anymore. I remember reading about it in our news papers, how Loving lasted between 1983 and 1995 in the US and I thought.. wow, a show that lasted 12 years?? That was amazing to me. Of course, later I learned it was one of the shorter soaps out there, but still, at that time I was so fascinated and I wanted to know more, but back then I did not have internet to learn more. Now even with internet I was not able to find too much info on Loving, sadly. But oh well.. I have my memories
  13. Anyone have a good GL playlist on Youtube with some 80s/90s episodes to share in PM?
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