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8 hours ago, Soapsuds said:

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Thank you for posting the Scott Bryce interview. 

 

You're welcome.

I found it at random. I had to laugh though when he mentioned the Facts Of Life and said that he thinks that George Clooney, who had left the show, was playing "Jo's boyfriend or something". He obviously didn't watch that show before he was on it, lol.

I realize I have seen some of the work that he's produced. Even though it's for a YA audience, I really enjoyed the special he produced about Frederick Douglass years ago. Too bad there weren't more episodes in that series made about other historical figures, I thought it was a great idea- it probably lacked the funding to go further.

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On 12/3/2021 at 5:07 PM, DramatistDreamer said:

Bryce is interesting in general, but he really got my attention when he begins to describe his final appearance on ATWT and how he hadn't realized how badly things had deteriorated on the show until he was there.

https://youtu.be/RulOS2v1tRk

Any chance you have a rough timestamp on where Bryce discusses the later years? It's a very long interview. If not, no worries.

Scott Bryce is one of the smartest, slyest performers around but he's aged (well!) into a conventional-looking older man that I don't think I could see him cast in one of the Craig-like roles I'd love to see him play on a soap today. You'd have to go for a man who is more obviously smoldering and sexy, which is a shame bc I think he's still amazing.

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2 minutes ago, Vee said:

Any chance you have a rough timestamp on where Bryce discusses the later years? It's a very long interview. If not, no worries.

Unfortunately I don't. I think it was nearly 30 minutes before they even discussed ATWT and then they circled back to his time on the show about 1 hour 35 minutes, so it's likely to be sometime around then.

Nope, I am wrong. I don't remember where it is right now. If I can find it, I'll let you know.

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28 minutes ago, DramatistDreamer said:

Before I forget, I don't know whether this has been posted here previously but I am posting it, although I have yet to hear the full discussion, just for the cute picture of HBS as a kid at the very beginning.

Thanks! Another gem to watch!! Love me some HBS!! She was my Margo.

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5 minutes ago, Vee said:

Thanks!

He talks about Beacon Hill (speaking of Hillary B. Smith) at the 52 minutes mark, so perhaps that's when they come back to soaps and ATWT?

5 minutes ago, Soapsuds said:

Thanks! Another gem to watch!! Love me some HBS!! She was my Margo.

You're welcome. She's always a delight. She was the Margo I remember the most. Her chemistry with GM was off the charts.

@Vee At around minute 38, they talk about changes in daytime television and his last time on ATWT and how markedly different it was.

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7 hours ago, Vee said:

Appreciated.

You're welcome.

I mentioned unthread that I wished these vlog podcasts would get with the idea of time stamps. It's time.

This one, in particular has a running time of 2 hours but the interview itself doesn't get started until about the 35 minutes mark, or so.

Still, at this this host knows how to conduct and maintain a worthwhile discussion. Can he interview some other former soap stars? Many former East Coast soap stars live in CT, NY and NJ.

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10 hours ago, DramatistDreamer said:

You're welcome.

I mentioned unthread that I wished these vlog podcasts would get with the idea of time stamps. It's time.

This one, in particular has a running time of 2 hours but the interview itself doesn't get started until about the 35 minutes mark, or so.

Still, at this this host knows how to conduct and maintain a worthwhile discussion. Can he interview some other former soap stars? Many former East Coast soap stars live in CT, NY and NJ.

Yes he is a very good interviewer.  Had not heard of this podcast before 

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Poor Scott Bryce.  I feel like he returned the last time out of a sense of loyalty -- both to the show, and to its' fans -- but had a difficult time understanding how and why Craig had not just regressed but had become an entirely different person.  (Same goes for Ed Fry.  I read Kelley Menighan talk about how frustrated he was with Larry's motivation, or lack thereof, in the whole Hunter mess.)

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16 minutes ago, victoria foxton said:

 

You know how reaction videos have sort of become a "thing"? I never really saw the potential for them with episodes of soap operas but I would be into it if former soap actors were doing them.

It would be fascinating to see Danny Pintauro react to this episode, maybe hear whether he remembers anything about this episode or his time on ATWT in general.

Same with Colleen Broomall. Does she have any memories or recollection of her time on the show?

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