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20 hours ago, DramatistDreamer said:

When I saw scenes a few years ago on YouTube of Susan's "open marriage" with Dan Stewart in the 70s,

Back up... there were scenes of Susan and Dan Stewart in the 70s on Youtube a few years ago? 

I would love to see some footage of Susan in the 70s. Much as I love the string of 79/80 episodes that are available, I hate that they take place just after Dan has passed and Susan has left Oakdale.

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9 minutes ago, Brolden said:

I would love to see some footage of Susan in the 70s. Much as I love the string of 79/80 episodes that are available, I hate that they take place just after Dan has passed and Susan has left Oakdale.

There's at least an episode or two of Susan in the second Irna Phillips era of the early '70s on YT.

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20 minutes ago, Forever8 said:

Drumroll please... 

Alan Locher will welcome Eileen Fulton (ex-Lisa, AS THE WORLD TURNS et al) to his YouTube show, The Locher Room. Fulton will discuss her nearly 50-year run as Lisa and more. The actress will be live on Friday, November 5 at 3 p.m. ET 

Eileen Fulton Live Interview Scheduled - Soap Opera Digest

Great news 

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6 minutes ago, slick jones said:

EF:   "So I looked her dead in the eye and asked her..."

AL: "Eileen, what was your favorite comfort food during the Pandemic"

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32 minutes ago, DramatistDreamer said:

It's about time! Hopefully, no need to reschedule. Hoping, for the love of Eileen, no technical glitches.

A lot to ask from this show, I know.

And avoid..."That's Crazyyyyy "

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My source was right after all.

31 minutes ago, slick jones said:

EF:   "So I looked her dead in the eye and asked her..."

AL: "Eileen, what was your favorite comfort food during the Pandemic"

That totally sounds like something he would ask.

 

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10 minutes ago, DramatistDreamer said:

Anybody remember the Indie Soap awards? Years ago, Colleen Broomall (toddler Danielle Andropoulos) did several red carpet interviews for them. She was very good. If only we could get her as a host for these online reunions. She even has a degree in Communications.

Speaking of...love to hear from her and have a reunion with her on screen mother Lindsay Frost.

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