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12 minutes ago, DramatistDreamer said:

Oh yeah I saw that as I was watching the last 25 minutes or so, lol.

I think that maybe Liz might be used to being in a three person discussion. More than that, perhaps her attention drifts a little.

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She was also drinking wine, lol.

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I wish these chats weren't always on Fridays when I'm working!! Still, they are fun to come home to and watch. I just wish Jennifer Crutchfield from Luken/Retro TV would moderate these chats. At least she knows the show inside and out and would ask cohesive questions. 

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It was after 3 pm eastern, so over an hour, and the chat is supposed to be only that long. And since Alan didn't have anything to announce it did end awkwardly, he could have thanked everyone for coming and said due to the time we can end.

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Jada and Liz were both friends with David, but their relationships and perceptions were very different. I think if Liz didn't know David was in therapy for years that she'd be stunned. Kind of a big thing to hear about someone you worked with for decades, and never knew that about them. And perhaps Liz was surprised Jada was so candid, but I appreciated that. From some statements read elsewhere it sounded like David was from the midwest, and Irish Catholic and born in the 1930s. Thinking about that, I could absolutely understand why, as his life would have been so much easier if he was straight or had been willing/able to have a sham of a relationship to pass like a good amount of people in the business (and in general) did decades ago.  You can find happiness, or even come to terms in many ways with ones issues, but doesn't mean that you can't have some bouts of self-doubt or wonder what if. 

 

ETA: Monika I agree with you, I wish Jennifer could be helping at least to ask the questions if she didn't want to be on screen during the chat, as she does know the stories and the actors for the years that RTV has aired the show. And the Friday thing, I used PTO to watch this afternoon, so I get what you mean. 

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I’m not sure why Frank Telfer was included for a second time. Really, no one new was available?

 

Meanwhile, I was terrified that Martha Byrne would pop up and suggest that she play Penny to Liz’s Althea in some sort of reboot. 
 

I think Liz likes being the center of attention.  However, I could listen to Jada’s stories for a full hour, just her. SECRET STORM.  ATWT.  I’ve always wanted to know more about her career. 

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4 minutes ago, antmunoz said:

However, I could listen to Jada’s stories for a full hour, just her. SECRET STORM.  ATWT.  I’ve always wanted to know more about her career. 

 

Agreed. One of the actors who played her dad on TSS and who played Frank's dad on TD were one and the same - Larry Weber. I wanted to hear their memories of him as well. 

 

The (pre-Retro) actress who played Penny that Liz referenced was Sindee Ann Richards, who became a real-life doctor:

 

https://people.com/archive/lookout-vol-17-no-8/?fbclid=IwAR3jkmvAN4jmPh1Ey8IX2eqkOE6fttv-PM3nFE-0R5ovIWayaP8EFPFVr8o

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9 hours ago, amybrickwallace said:

I wish these chats weren't always on Fridays when I'm working!! Still, they are fun to come home to and watch. I just wish Jennifer Crutchfield from Luken/Retro TV would moderate these chats. At least she knows the show inside and out and would ask cohesive questions. 

 

I've been saying for months that Alan should pass the "mic" to a moderator who is more knowledgeable about certain shows. It doesn't have to be permanent but in some senses, it would improve the quality of the discussions. In those instances, Alan could be the producer.

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11 hours ago, DramatistDreamer said:

 

I've been saying for months that Alan should pass the "mic" to a moderator who is more knowledgeable about certain shows. It doesn't have to be permanent but in some senses, it would improve the quality of the discussions. In those instances, Alan could be the producer.

 

Alan often comes across as befuddled and inattentive, and lacking knowledge about even the shows he worked on. He really needs to hand over the interviewing reins to anyone else.

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1 hour ago, vetsoapfan said:

 

Alan often comes across as befuddled and inattentive, and lacking knowledge about even the shows he worked on. He really needs to hand over the interviewing reins to anyone else.

At least he stopped plugging Ozark.

 

Sometimes a moderator needs to step back and not interrupt when someone is telling a story.  

 

Imagine if bully Kim Z had been there..she and Liz would have hogged the whole hour..when Jada and Marie both had a lot to say.

 

In the last panel, Anna S facial expressilms said everything especially when Nancy S was telling about her crazy plotline in 1982

 

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