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Passions really lost a lot of its magic, in my opinion, after the passing of Josh Ryan Evans and the departures of Jesse Metcalfe and Molly Stanton as Miguel and Charity. They along with Tabitha were the core of the supernatural elements and without that it always felt like PSNS was missing something. They brought more supernatural stories back towards the end and with Endora, but it wasn’t the same.

 

I believe I’ve mentioned it before on this board, but JER passed away very shortly after the show wrapped. Had it been renewed for an additional season it would’ve been interesting to see who would’ve taken over headwriting duties and how the show would’ve looked. Would they have promoted from within with Marlene and Darrell (whom both went on to DAYS,) or would they have brought on someone new? Ron C I think could’ve wrote the show well given his style of writing.

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6 hours ago, All My Shadows said:

I’m pretty sure it was PSNS, too. What year was Charity in Hell? @Toups, do you still have your pre-2005 episode counts?

 

I don't remember what year Hell In a Closet was but this is all I could find in my archives.

 

Days in 2002: All dates US

            1 - January 2 to January 17 (12 episodes aired)

            2 - January 18 to February 28 (29 episodes aired)                

            3 - March 1 yo March 18 (12 episodes aired)

            4 - March 19 to April 15 (20 episodes aired)

            5 - April 16 to April 26 (9 episodes aired)

            6 - April 29 to May 28 (25 episodes aired)

            7 - May 29 to July 1 (24 episodes aired)

            8 - July 2 to August 28 (40 episodes aired)

            9 - August 29 to September 30 (22 episodes aired)

            10 - October 1 to November 27 (42 episodes aired)

            11 - November 29 to December 4 (4 episodes aired)

            12 - December 5 to December 11 (5 episodes aired)

            13 - December 12 to December 17 (4 episode aired)

            14 - December 18 to December 23 (4 episodes aired)

            15 - December 24 to December 25 (2 episodes aired)

            16 - December 26 (1 episode aired)

            17 - December 27 to December 31 (3 episodes aired)

 

 

Days in 2003: All dates US

            1 - January 2 to February 5 (26 episodes aired)

            2 - February 6 to March 12 (25 episodes aired)

            3 - March 13 to April 30 (33 episodes aired)

            4 - May 1 to July 16 (53 episodes aired)

            5 - July 17 to August 12 (19 episodes aired)

            6 - August 13 to November 26 (76 episodes aired)

            7 - November 28 to December 1 (2 episodes aired)                          

            8 - December 2 to December 8 (5 epsiodes aired)

            9 - December 9 to December 17 (7 episodes aired)

            10 - December 18 December 25 (6 episodes aired)

            11 - December 26 to December 31 (4 episodes aird)

 

 

Days in 2004: All dates US

            1 - January 2 (1 episode)

            2 - January 5 to January 8 (4 episodes)

            3 - January 9 to February 12 (25 episodes)

            4 - February 13 to February 20 (6 episodes)

            5 - February 23 to March 16 (17 episodes)

            6 - March 17 to March 24 (7 episodes)

            7 - March 25 to April 1 (6 episodes)

            8 - April 2 to April 12 (7 episodes)

            9 - April 13 to April 26 (10 episodes)

            10 - April 27 to May 19 (17 episodes)

            11 - May 20 to June 11 (17 episodes)

            12 - June 14 to August 11 (41 episodes)

            13 - August 12 to September 16 (16 episodes)

            14 - September 17 to October 27 (29 episodes)

            15 - October 28 to November 18 (16 episodes)

            16 - November 19 to December 13 (16 episodes)

            17 - December 14 to December 20 (5 episodes)

            18 - December 21 to December 22 (2 episodes)

            19 - December 23 to December 27 (3 episodes)

            20 - December 28 to . . .

 

 

Days in 2005: All dates US

            1 - December 28 to January 11 (11 episodes)

            2 - January 12 to February 14 (23 episodes)

            3 - February 15 to March 30 (31 episodes)

            4 - March 31 to May 11 (30 episodes)

            5 - May 12 to July 4 (35 episodes)

            6 - July 5 to August 8 (25 episodes)

            7 - August 9 to August 18 (8 episodes)

            8 - August 19 to September 7 (14 episodes)

            9 - September 8 to September 22 (11 episodes)

            10 - September 23 to October 24 (22 episodes)

            11 - October 25 to November 9 (12 episodes)

            12 - November 10 to November 24 (10 episodes)

            13 - November 25 (1 episode)

            14 - November 28 to December 13 (12 episodes)

            15 - December 14 to December 27 (10 episodes)

            16 - December 28 to ....... (3 episodes so far)

 

 

 

 

 

And here are the DAYS days.

 

Days in 2003:

            1 - December 31 to January 6 (4 episodes aired)

            2 - January 7 to January 13 (5 episodes aired)

            3 - January 14 to January 20 (5 episodes aired)

            4 - January 21 to January 27 (5 episodes aired)

            5 - January 28 to February 7 (8 episodes aired)

            6 - February 10 to February 25 (12 episodes aired)

            7 - February 26 to March 7 (8 episodes aired)

            8 - March 10 to March 13 (4 episodes aired)

            9 - March 14 to March 25 (6 episodes aired)

            10 - March 26 to April 1 (5 episodes aired)

            11 - April 2 to April 9 (6 episodes aired)

            12 - April 11 to April 18 (6 episodes aired)

            13 - April 21 to April 30 (8 episodes aired)

            14 - May 1 to May 6 (4 episodes aired)

            15 - May 7 to May 12 (4 episodes aired)

            16 - May 13 to May 15 (3 episodes aired)

            17 - May 16 to May 22 (5 episodes aired)

            18 - May 23 to May 27 (3 episodes aired)

            19- May 28 to June 3 (5 episodes aired)

            20 - June 4 to June 6 (3 episodes aired)

            21 - June 9 to June 20 (10 episodes aired)

            22 - June 23 to June 30 (6 episodes aired)

            23 - July 1 to July 11 (7 episodes aired)

            24 - July 14 to July 23 (8 episodes aired)

            25 - July 24 to July 30 (5 episodes aired)

            26 - July 31 to August 7 (6 episodes aired)

            27 - August 8 to August 13 (4 episodes aired)

            28 - August 14 to August 27 (10 episodes aired)

            29 - August 28 to September 3 (5 episodes aired)

            30 - September 4 to September 8 (3 episodes aired)

            31 - September 9 to September 17 (7 episodes aired)

            32 - September 18 to September September 30 (9 episodes aired)

            33- October 1 to October 9 (7 episoded aired)

            34 - October 10 to October 21 (8 episodes aired)

            35 - October 22 to October 28 (5 episodes aired)

            36 - October 29 to November 11 (7 episodes)

            37 - November 12 to November 18 (5 episodes)

            38 - November 19 to November 26 (6 episodes)

            39 - November 28 to December 8 (7 epsiodes)

            40 - December 9 to December 22 (10 episodes)

            41 - December 23 to December 24 (2 episodes)

            42 - December 25 (1 episode)

            43 - December 26 to January 6

 

 

Days in 2004:

            1 - December 26 to January 6 (7 episodes)

            2 - January 7 to January 15 (7 episodes)

            3 - January 16 to January 20 (3 episodes)

            4 - January 21 to February 5 (12 episodes)

            5 - February 6 to March 11 (25 episodes)

            6 - March 12 to April 13 (23 episodes)

            7 - April 14 to May 19 (25 episodes)

            8 - May 20 to May 28 (7 episodes)

            9 - May 31 to June 15 (11 episodes)

            10 - June 16 to June 28 (9 episodes)

            11 - June 29 to July 16 (12 episodes)

            12 - July 19 to August 13 (20 episodes)

            13- August 30 to September 28 (22 episodes)

            14 - September 29 to November 8 (29 episodes)

            15 - November 9 to November 24 (12 episodes)

            16 - November 26 (1 episode)

            17 - November 29 to December 22 (18 episodes)

            18 - December 23 to December 24 (2 episodes)

            19 - December 27 to December 28 (2 episodes)

            20 - December 29 to . . .  (3 episodes)

 

 

Days in 2005:

            1 - December 29 to January 21  (17 episodes)

            2 - January 24 to February 14 (16 episodes)

            3 - February 15 to February 22 (6 episodes)

            4 - February 23 to April 8 (33 episodes)

            5 - April 11 to May 16 (26 episodes)

            6 - May 17 to June 16 (22 episodes)

            7 - June 17 to June 20 (2 episodes)

            8 - June 21 to July 8 (12 episodes)

            9 - July 11 to July 28 (14 episodes)

            10 - July 29 to August 19 (16 episodes)

            11 - August 22 to August 31 (8 episodes)

            12 - September 1 to September 7 (5 episodes)

            13 - September 8 to September 16 (7 episodes)

            14 - September 19 to October 4 (12 episodes)

            15 - October 5 to October 20 (12 episodes)

            16 - October 21 to November 10 (15 episodes)

            17 - November 11 to December 2 (15 episodes)

            18 - December 5 to December 6 (2 episodes)

            19 - December 7 to December 20 (10 episodes)

            20 - December 21 to December 22 (2 episodes)

            21 - December 23 to December 27 (2 episodes)

            22 - December 27 to .................. ( 4 episodes so far.....)

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Toups said:

            6 - August 13 to November 26 (76 episodes aired)

 

 

 

LMAO! Only on Passions can we go from Summer to Thanksgiving in a matter of 24 hours! :D 

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4 minutes ago, YRfan23 said:

LMAO! Only on Passions can we go from Summer to Thanksgiving in a matter of 24 hours! :D 

 

I know people hated those long days but I loved it.  I don't think I ever complained how long the day was - I just enjoyed the journey.  :)

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1 minute ago, Toups said:

 

I know people hated those long days but I loved it.  I don't think I ever complained how long the day was - I just enjoyed the journey.  :)

I didn't think about it all at the time, but it's just funny in retrospect! :D 

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Much appreciated, Toups!

 

By the way, gang, I found an episode guide for the early years:

http://passionsepisodeguide.tripod.com/id8.html

 

Rereading some summaries reminded me of another quirk I wasn't fond of: the "it was all a dream" fakeout. I disliked it for a couple reasons. A, it felt like cheating for a dream to be going on in real time alongside the rest of the episode. For example, in one early episode Sheridan's supposedly having a moment with Luis while at the same time, there's Gwen/Ethan/Theresa drama at the Lobster Shack. Gwen stops by the cottage ... and wakes Sheridan up. B, it was commonly (always?) used to tease advancement for a couple. 

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