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4 hours ago, DRW50 said:

 

Welcome! Thank you! 

 

Do you know if there are any episodes of Guten Morgen Mallorca available anywhere? I haven't found any.

 

I guess these Y&R episodes were already available, but they were recently put on Archive.

 

https://archive.org/details/the-young-the-restless-february-9-1988-most

 

https://archive.org/details/the-young-the-restless-february-10-1988-most

Unfortunately I don't know Guten Morgen Mallorca.

 

The Young & The Restless- February 9, 1988 (most)

I have uploaded 1988-02-02 german

 

The Young & The Restless- February 10, 1988 (most)

I have uploaded 1988 1988-02-03 german

 

I don't know which date is correct.

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1 hour ago, Bundy1965 said:

Unfortunately I don't know Guten Morgen Mallorca.

Thanks for replying.

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I’m reading these weekly recaps from 1983 that @will81has been posting, and all I can think is, “GOD HOW I WISH WE HAD THESE FULL EPISODES TO BE ABLE TO SEE THIS ALL PLAY OUT!!!” I especially would love to see Lauren’s first few appearances, the complete Patty shooting Jack storyline, Brenda’s first month back as Jill, the scenes where Nikki confronts Eve and Julia (separately) after finding out about Victor’s “death”, and the full scenes where Lauren orders the sundae for Traci and in turn Traci dumps it on Lauren’s head! Can’t wait for the rest of the recaps! Thanks again @will81!!!

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29 minutes ago, ltm1997 said:

I’m reading these weekly recaps from 1983 that @will81has been posting, and all I can think is, “GOD HOW I WISH WE HAD THESE FULL EPISODES TO BE ABLE TO SEE THIS ALL PLAY OUT!!!” I especially would love to see Lauren’s first few appearances, the complete Patty shooting Jack storyline, Brenda’s first month back as Jill, the scenes where Nikki confronts Eve and Julia (separately) after finding out about Victor’s “death”, and the full scenes where Lauren orders the sundae for Traci and in turn Traci dumps it on Lauren’s head! Can’t wait for the rest of the recaps! Thanks again @will81!!!

Me too!

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8 hours ago, Bundy1965 said:

Me too!

Like it’s such a shame that it seems that episodes from 1983 are very very scarce. I’ve really only seen one full one and that’s the one where Patty shot Jack, and that’s already in the vault. I hope more surface someday, it truly was such a great year of the show. My favorite year, besides 1979. 

3 hours ago, will81 said:

@ltm1997 @Bundy1965 Thanks, glad you are enjoying them. I will be able to post again either tonight or tomorrow. So new stuff coming very soon

 

Yay!!!

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In terms of cast charts I have completed 1987 and just need to do a few bits of cleaning up. Unfortunately we don't have many end credits from Aug - Dec 1987. In fact there is only one cast list for that time and it is from the Nov 25 ep.

 

This means I have no idea when Michael Corbett, Kate Linder or Quinn Redeker moved to contract status and I had to guess. For Michael I moved him after two 13 week cycles from his first 1987 appearance in Feb, so he moves on in Aug. For Quinn and Kate I chose October. Pretty sure they both went on the week of Sep 28 - Oct 2, just a strong hunch. I assume Kate is permanently on contract. At least she is still there in Sep 1988. 

 

Catherine McNeal (Janet#2) was also on contract but I don't think Maureen McConnell ever was. The change over occurred Oct 7

 

Frank Bernard and Barbara Crampton I assume were on contract from their first appearances. It is obvious Beth Maitland and Scott Palmer were also on contract when they returned, since they both appeared Nov 24, 1987 and the cast list is from the next episode.

 

The only other major change was the departure of Sally Sussman. She was in the Nov 25 credits but not the Dec 11 credits. So she left the show sometime between there. Since there were barely any credits I didn't bother doing any writer director lists from Aug onwards.

 

This also means the only non-contract players listed are those I know. Also I will do January 1988 since we have those episodes and that will complete everything

 

I also have done the top 10 appearance counts for 1987 as follows

 

Thom Bierdz (Phillip Chancellor III) 156

Eileen Davidson (Ashley Abbott) 156

Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) 148

Lauralee Bell (Cricket Blair) 146

Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) 142

Melody Thomas-Scott (Nikki Reed Newman) 142

Terry Lester (Jack Abbott) 131

Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Fenmore) 122

Tricia Cast (Nina Webster) 118

Don Diamont (Brad Carlton) 114

 

Even with Brett Porter's 9 appearances as Jack, Terry would not have moved. I also did Brenda and Jess' totals 73 for Jess and 67 for Brenda making 140. However I believe if Brenda had stayed she would have scored higher, but probs not too much more. I didn't realise Lauralee was already besting Terry Lester in 1987. So I am very curious now about 88 and 89. The second half of 87 or the 87/88 season, was definitely dominated by the Cricket/Phillip/Nina/Danny quad. Jill has become more of a supporting character to that story and has little else but the Rex and Skip stories holding her up. It is interesting how Brenda seemed like a star player and Jess seems more an ensemble, but I guess Bell was adjusting to the recast? Not sure. Again if we ever get full runs from 88 onwards, would be interesting to see. 

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11 hours ago, will81 said:

In terms of cast charts I have completed 1987 and just need to do a few bits of cleaning up. Unfortunately we don't have many end credits from Aug - Dec 1987. In fact there is only one cast list for that time and it is from the Nov 25 ep.

 

This means I have no idea when Michael Corbett, Kate Linder or Quinn Redeker moved to contract status and I had to guess. For Michael I moved him after two 13 week cycles from his first 1987 appearance in Feb, so he moves on in Aug. For Quinn and Kate I chose October. Pretty sure they both went on the week of Sep 28 - Oct 2, just a strong hunch. I assume Kate is permanently on contract. At least she is still there in Sep 1988. 

 

Catherine McNeal (Janet#2) was also on contract but I don't think Maureen McConnell ever was. The change over occurred Oct 7

 

Frank Bernard and Barbara Crampton I assume were on contract from their first appearances. It is obvious Beth Maitland and Scott Palmer were also on contract when they returned, since they both appeared Nov 24, 1987 and the cast list is from the next episode.

 

The only other major change was the departure of Sally Sussman. She was in the Nov 25 credits but not the Dec 11 credits. So she left the show sometime between there. Since there were barely any credits I didn't bother doing any writer director lists from Aug onwards.

 

This also means the only non-contract players listed are those I know. Also I will do January 1988 since we have those episodes and that will complete everything

 

I also have done the top 10 appearance counts for 1987 as follows

 

Thom Bierdz (Phillip Chancellor III) 156

Eileen Davidson (Ashley Abbott) 156

Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) 148

Lauralee Bell (Cricket Blair) 146

Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) 142

Melody Thomas-Scott (Nikki Reed Newman) 142

Terry Lester (Jack Abbott) 131

Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Fenmore) 122

Tricia Cast (Nina Webster) 118

Don Diamont (Brad Carlton) 114

 

Even with Brett Porter's 9 appearances as Jack, Terry would not have moved. I also did Brenda and Jess' totals 73 for Jess and 67 for Brenda making 140. However I believe if Brenda had stayed she would have scored higher, but probs not too much more. I didn't realise Lauralee was already besting Terry Lester in 1987. So I am very curious now about 88 and 89. The second half of 87 or the 87/88 season, was definitely dominated by the Cricket/Phillip/Nina/Danny quad. Jill has become more of a supporting character to that story and has little else but the Rex and Skip stories holding her up. It is interesting how Brenda seemed like a star player and Jess seems more an ensemble, but I guess Bell was adjusting to the recast? Not sure. Again if we ever get full runs from 88 onwards, would be interesting to see. 

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On 2/17/2021 at 8:55 AM, Bundy1965 said:

Unfortunately I don't know Guten Morgen Mallorca.

 

The Young & The Restless- February 9, 1988 (most)

I have uploaded 1988-02-02 german

 

The Young & The Restless- February 10, 1988 (most)

I have uploaded 1988 1988-02-03 german

 

I don't know which date is correct.

 

I think yours are probably right.

 

You have Dec 24, 1987 German version which matches the US version. Dec 25 was preempted. Then there's four more episodes in 1987.  Your Dec 31, 1987 German episode has a New Year's Eve party.

 

Then according to a French clip on YouTube, Jan 25, 1988 is the episode where Nikki dances to "Jump Start My Heart" which matches what you have for that date. There are four more episodes in January.

 

Then, you have these two episodes as the 2nd and 3rd episodes in February 1988.  If those aired on February 9th and 10th, there would have to be a whole week of preemptions somewhere in that month, and I just don't see where that would have happened. There's an episode database for As The World Turns and they don't have any preemptions during that time:

 

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Thanks BoldRestless for your investigation.

By the way, when I watched these episodes I should have noticed that something was wrong, but it wasn't.

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It's a snow day, so a perfect time to upload more from the Y&R Anonymous Angel

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November 16, 1990 (clip)
Vault only - this clip contains scenes of Danny & Cricket's wedding that was rebroadcast in 2020. It includes Gina singing which was cut from the  broadcast.

 

December 28, 1990 (clip)

 

 

June 24, 1991 Sheila clip

 

 

June 24, 1991 clip David's bandages come off!

 

 

October 7, 1991 clip David Kimble's death
Vault only - this is from the original broadcast

 

November 5, 1991 clip - A surprise guest shows up at the Abbot party

 

 

1995 (final segment)

 

 

September 1999 - Kay reminisces about the 70s

 

 

March 27, 2000

 

 

March 28, 2000 (first half)

 

 

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15 minutes ago, BoldRestless said:

It's a snow day, so a perfect time to upload more from the Y&R Anonymous Angel  

 

November 16, 1990 (clip)
Vault only - this clip contains scenes of Danny & Cricket's wedding that was rebroadcast in 2020. It includes Gina singing which was cut from the  broadcast.

 

December 28, 1990 (clip)

 

 

June 24, 1991 Sheila clip

 

 

June 24, 1991 clip David's bandages come off!

 

 

October 7, 1991 clip David Kimble's death
Vault only - this is from the original broadcast

 

November 5, 1991 clip - A surprise guest shows up at the Abbot party

 

 

1995 (final segment)

 

 

September 1999 - Kay reminisces about the 70s

 

 

March 27, 2000

 

 

March 28, 2000 (first half)

 

 

Thanks for all this goodness!

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6 hours ago, BoldRestless said:

 

I think yours are probably right.

 

You have Dec 24, 1987 German version which matches the US version. Dec 25 was preempted. Then there's four more episodes in 1987.  Your Dec 31, 1987 German episode has a New Year's Eve party.

 

Then according to a French clip on YouTube, Jan 25, 1988 is the episode where Nikki dances to "Jump Start My Heart" which matches what you have for that date. There are four more episodes in January.

 

Then, you have these two episodes as the 2nd and 3rd episodes in February 1988.  If those aired on February 9th and 10th, there would have to be a whole week of preemptions somewhere in that month, and I just don't see where that would have happened. There's an episode database for As The World Turns and they don't have any preemptions during that time:

 

Just to add to this. When Jessica and Jill are having lunch in the Feb 10 (Feb 3) episode, they mention Cricket's birthday and Jessica says "Yes it's less than two weeks away, the 15th" I doubt she would say this if it was the 10th unless as you say there were pre-emptions, which I know there were not

 

Also thankyou for the more clips and eps from anon angel. Much appreciated

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When Dina came back in 1991.. she had to interact with different actors this time around.. a different Ashley, a different Jill and a different jack. oh and a different Mamie. 

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