@Khanthe OLTL oral history is available in electronic format. I bought it months ago and devoured it in about two long nights. I think you’ll love it.
When I lived in Manhattan, I saw Colin Egglesfield at Barnes and Noble not far from the AMC studio one evening. I’m guessing that he had just finished taping, but I’m not sure. He was in the Sports section, reading with a grin on his face. I wish I had the wherewithal to say hello but I didn’t want to bother him and honestly I’m not sure what I would have said as I was so turned off by his storyline and probably jealous that he was playing Erica’s son. But I wonder how he felt about his AMC experience and if he had any clue why fan reaction was as such.
This post makes me think of Capitol’s Myrna Clegg who had the most elaborate and oft-seen bathroom probably in the history of daytime. Sure, we never saw the actual WC, but we did see the jacuzzi tub so it’s not a giant leap that a shower and toilet were close by. That set is best described as a spalon. She had a desk for business, massage table, tanning lamps, pump chair and vanity for getting her hair done, expansive clothes closets, space for her to practice tai chi… a unique and well implemented set.
I liked Katherine as well. If i remember correctly Katie Lady was the first to go. Out of nowhere breaking up with Robert. And leaving PC around late November.
Robert and Anna started acting very obnoxiously towards each other. Edge was decapitated by the bootleggers. His head was found in a dumpster.
The weirdest was Bobbi, who had reverted to her original form during the baby scheming, was suspended from the hospital due to her involvement with an evil doctor. Then, one the first day of the revamp she was inexplicably back at the nurse's desk in time to see Bill Eckhart in his hospital bed.
And Anna had been dating a creepy member of the Jerome family, but suddenly started playing S&M sex games with Robert and tying him to columns.
It was as if there was time shift but nobody told the audience...