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Haha, I just want to make sure everyone gets their daily dosage of classic Y&R smile.png I actually am going to upload the July 1991 episodes I just got in a little bit, but I just wanted to upload the one episode from 1993 first because I thought that Ashley/Traci moment would be interesting to see.

I can't wait to upload those episodes, you get to see some of Victoria's scheming in breaking up Victor and Ashley, but most exciting is these are the episodes where Molly has the stroke at Fenmore's.

You're right. It's a rare moment of story crossover/commentary from Bell.

Seeing those Y&R/B&B clips of Sheila and Molly reminded me of what a good actress the woman who played Molly was. I wish they hadn't dropped her.

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Haha I loved the scene with Ashley and Traci talking about Sheila. I forget how isolated the story was, it's pretty surprising I guess it didn't all become about a certain sister of Scott......but I guess that would be one too many psychos at once.

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Haha I loved the scene with Ashley and Traci talking about Sheila. I forget how isolated the story was, it's pretty surprising I guess it didn't all become about a certain sister of Scott......but I guess that would be one too many psychos at once.

Yeah it really threw me off guard, I actually had to rewind the disc to make Sure I didn't Imagine Ashley mentioning Sheila's name LOL. What's funny is that no last names were given when they mentioned Scott and Sheila, almost like they knew them a little bit better then what we thought.

Then you have to remember that Scott was dating Cricket around the time Jessica was gonna marry John, so Ashley and Traci would probably know Scott more since Cricket was once their step-sister for a little while.

I know Brenda Epperson mentioned on that On air with Douglas Ashley Abbott tribute show that she recalls sharing at least 1 scene with Kimberlin, but it's hard to guess what that could be, unless it was the very beginning when Sheila was still in dayplayer mode in that nurses's uniform.

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One more thing I got from this scene about Traci inquiring about Lauren from Ashley was a completely missed opportunity to do a possibly huge story--a Lauren/Brad/Ashley triangle, with Epperson as Ashley of course. IT could have come very easily together, would have been sexy, and would have created a ton of priceless drama.

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One more thing I got from this scene about Traci inquiring about Lauren from Ashley was a completely missed opportunity to do a possibly huge story--a Lauren/Brad/Ashley triangle, with Epperson as Ashley of course. IT could have come very easily together, would have been sexy, and would have created a ton of priceless drama.

Thats what i keep thinking should have been done!

Who knows.....Maybe this triangle could've pulled off the first threesome in daytime history?

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saynotoursoap uploaded a great episode from November 1976 when Liz Foster pulled her estranged husband Bill's plug.

Featured: Robert Colbert (Stuart Brooks), Brenda Dickson (Jill Foster), Charles H. Gray (Bill Foster), Dorothy Green (Jennifer Brooks),Tom Hallick (Brad Elliott), David Hasselhoff (Dr. Snapper Foster), Brian Kerwin (Me Greg Foster), Janice Lynde (Leslie Brooks Elliott), Julianna McCarty (Liz Foster)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikzaXf8nqhc

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Goodie!!! That's the special extra 70's Y&R footage I was referring to last week. I sent it to saynotoursoap, and am so thankful they uploaded it for all to see. This episode is POWERFUL. Hasselhoff, not so much, but Julianna is amazing.

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What did you think of Snapper calling her "Lady"? I guess that started with Espy?

What did you think of that Greg recast (Kerwin)?

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If you get a chance you should watch this July 4 episode, from 1991. The whole episode is good, especially the Katherine/Jill/Leanna bits at the end. There's also a jarring scene in here where Victor lashes out at a man who is spewing what at the time likely seemed like scandalous comments, but are now all over the place, Congress, cable news, what have you. It's a reminder of the positive message Bill Bell tried to send in some holiday episodes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgR8ETbjzbc

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