So Zoya just turned 14 and so far, she's kissing Obie (at 13) and a teacher took pictures of her in her underwear as part of revenge against the mean kids.
Why in the sam hell would I want to see a 14 year old's love life w/in a group of people who look 25 - 30?
I thought the character was 16 so I will no longer be watching this.
^ This is a Q&A video, just keep watching to see more still screens with more questions and answers.
She explains it really well.
Someone asked Simone why didn't they put an alternate into the team competition when she dropped out? She said it wasn't allowed per the rules. And she said the alternates had already been sent home. Something about had to be done earlier in Olympics, qualifying rounds, etc, which I didn't follow, but she gave enough info for me to look it up. And I found it here:
"An injured or sick gymnast can be replaced no less than 24 hours before the start of the qualifications. That is when an alternate can be brought in, according to the international federation's rule book.
However, a gymnast who needs to be replaced after qualification – for final events – can only be replaced with another qualifying gymnast. Therefore, none of the alternates can replace Biles, because they did not participate in the qualifying events. Only her current teammates who qualified can replace her."
In a 1966 Variety ad, Irna Phillips and Bill Bell advertise a soap in development 'The Innocent Years'.
So did Bill just use that title later for Y&R, or did the 1966 proposal have some elements of Y&R ??
In a January 1966 Variety ad Irna Phillips and William J Bell under the banner of Dramatic Serials Inc highlighted current and future projects.
As The World Turns (writers) 5 years as daytime's No. 1 program
Another World (creators)
Guiding Light (Miss Phillips creator)
Days of Our Lives (Miss Phillips co-creator)
2 primetime series
Written in The Stars
Moment of Discovery
2 daytime series
The Innocent Years
Into Each House