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OLTL: Two Huge Surprises

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So we'd like to think that every week on One Life to Live is filled with moments that surprise us. But next week is out of control. Seriously. Look for not one, but TWO huge reveals. The first happens in the first five minutes of Monday's episode. But trust us, it's small potatoes compared to the other bomb that's dropping next week. It's gigantic. For real.


Eli and then Tea's non-death reveals? I'd like to think it'll be Tea and then Roger Howarth.

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"small potatoes compared to the other bomb that's dropping" Who wrote this? Sorry, but there really isn't anything left in the soap genre that fits that description anymore. Back from dead? Please. Surprise wedding? Paternity? Blah, blah, blah. How about some great character-driven storylines are coming up that you'll really enjoy. I believe most OLTL fans would appreciate that.

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