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This is going far off the ratings topic, LOL ... Hope it's okay.

Background: Sean had been taken in by the Corys after Alli got them to agree to it after Jake and Vicky moved away, and Donna had paid for his college at BCU after Jake died. As he went to college, Alli broke things off with him. Sean viewed Donna and Paulina as surrogate parental figures, although Donna acted coldly towards him and he was never sure whether she viewed him as a charity case.

As AW Today Twitter roleplay started, Sean had just graduated from college. He got a job as a waiter at the Harbor Club and roomed with a reformed Tito for awhile after Tito was released from jail, before Tito moved to North Dakota. Sean got involved with an undercover FBI agent, Sapna, and was kidnapped by a bitter relative of someone Sapna killed to protect Sean, then couldn't rescue his kidnapper from falling off a bridge in St Louis, making him feel guilty. Later, Sean got in trouble with Tony the Tuna for a bit and worked on Tyrone Montgomery's campaign for State Representative, Tyrone having left the judicial bench. Sean got to know his cousins MJ, Ben, Kathleen, and Cheryl when they moved back to town, as well as Great Aunt Mary and Uncle Vince. Sean got involved with trying to defend the FBI agent, Sapna, after she was falsely accused of murder of a cult leader, Phil Higley (who had been on the show briefly in the late 70s, involved in a story with Sally Frame -- a lot of this is from the other Twitter writers too). Sapna got married to someone else. Sapna was revealed to be Dennis Wheeler's long-lost daughter who he had fathered unbeknownst to him while living in Houston with a fellow intern at the TV station there. Sapna lost her memory when her old FBI partner drugged her to keep certain secrets. Sean's dad, Kevin Anderson, came back to town and saved Kathleen, Adam Cory, and Ben's life in a vigilante manner. Sean did not forgive Kevin for walking away from his mom and felt Kevin had not learned his lesson to respect the law after being sent to jail for underhandedly trying to frame Carl Hutchins as District Attorney. Kevin was able to practice law eventually again, and went into legal partnership with Scott LaSalle. Sean agreed to work for Kevin. Sean was also involved in the adventures of a new family, the Naths. TeleNext ended the Twitter roleplay after a year.

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“The Talk” Matches Its Highest Women 18-49 Rating

The Talk, CBS’s new daytime talk show, delivered its largest weekly audience ever and matched its best women 18-49 delivery, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for the week ending Jan. 7.

The Talk posted a 1.7/05 household rating with 2.34m viewers, 1.1/07 in women 25-54, 0.9/05 in women 18-49 and 0.6/04 in women 18-34. The Talk posted its largest weekly audience to date, matched its best weekly delivery in both households and women 18-49, posted its second-best weekly women 25-54 performance and scored its best women 18-34 rating since the week ending Dec. 17, 2010.

The Talk beat “One Life To Live” in women 18-34 (0.6/04 vs. 0.4/03) and tied with women 18-49.

The Talk (Weekdays 2:00-3:00 PM, ET; 1:00-2:00 PM, PT) is co-hosted by Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson Peete, Leah Remini and Marissa Jaret Winokur. Brad Bessey, Gilbert and John Redmann are executive producers.

OLTL collapsed this week. Not surprised, it was interrupted on Wednesday and fully pre-empted on NY.

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