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On 7/13/2017 at 7:06 PM, GH_Girl said:

 

Yup, I think the next time Dixie was on it was the voiceover saying "the role of Dixie Cooney..." Or at least the next episode that was up on You Tube in the 1988 playlist.

anyone have the airdate?

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Since the Recasts thread was archived

Here is Saundra Quartermain as Angie Baxter Hubbard in NOV 1990

Starting around 9:35

 

 

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On 5/27/2017 at 10:32 PM, cct said:

 

Omigosh! I remember these promos. Fascinating People...Fascinating Lives..

 

And David Canary? Sheer genius. For the first six months I watched the show, I actually believed twins were playing the role. After all, they showed him as both Adam and Stuart in the opening pictures...

 

 

 

She was Laurie, and she was awful, and I can't believe how she has broken out. That whole teen scene, with Ridings as JR, and Amanda Seyfried (who I also can't believe broke out, but has grown in her abilities) was such a snore.  Remember the cyber messaging crap?

 

However, this was very sweet regarding being starstruck by Kelly.

 

 

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Yeah I remember that crap. I remembered I turned to Passions (which aired opposite of AMC in my area) when that scene happened. HAHA!

 

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On 7/19/2017 at 8:18 PM, GSGfan2017 said:

Should Marcy Walker have appeared as Liza Colby on either Loving or The City?  After all, Debbi Morgan appeared as Angie on both of those soaps.

No

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WHOA!!  :blink:
I didn't realize the ACTUAL ''N-word'' was spoken in the white supremacist storyline (by one of the thugs who beat Terence).

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Pine Charles said:

WHOA!!  :blink:
I didn't realize the ACTUAL ''N-word'' was spoken in the white supremacist storyline (by one of the thugs who beat Terence).

 

 

 

 

I believe this is the episode that AMC submitted for Emmy consideration.  They won that year -- the show's first for drama series.

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