It's a shame because with a few exceptions, these were vibrant characters who could have had a long run. And later attempts at bringing some back, like Nicole, just never really worked.
Everything I've seen of Henrietta was worth watching - Michele Shay was not the type of actress who was cast often on soaps, not then and not even now. She felt very special. I also liked that she and Quinn managed to become friends after Bob died.
I see that she is still active. I'd be interested in seeing an interview with her or Paley (if she is still active), not that fathead Goutman.
Esme: Spencer! I rushed back to tell you some amazing news! Your Uncle Sonny is alive!
Esme: WHY ARE YOU SMILING ABOUT THIS?!
This bitch is crazy lol.
Nina: I hope I didn't cause any problems between you and Carly.
She's crazy too
I want Phyllis to come to PC so bad.
Ben is worse than Sonny. Because they did sorta acknowledge Sonny's actions for awhile in the 90's and it obviously wasn't as bad as Ben. And I definitely don't think RSW and VK have the chemistry MB and VM did. They certainly white washed Sonny in the 2000's, but I think they were okay at showing Sonny's faults in the 90's. I guess the best way for me to explain it for myself is that I never considered Sonny the good guy, but still adored him with Brenda and rooted for him. But Ben is made out to be the good guy all the time and we aren't even allowed to make our own decisions because the writers make us think we have to love him.
Yeah, Steve was a little more than gray. He was def a creeper in the beginning, but again did not kill people and I think the 80's had anti-heroes that did things that would not be accepted today.