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2 hours ago, BetterForgotten said:

 

In a way, as I mentioned before, it's great that Judith/Karen's impact has never been diminished by time or some crappy return story. She'll always be remembered for one EPIC stint that was never tarnished in any way subsequently. That's rare. 

It really is rare that these epic returns work out, and I am also glad she didn’t just come back for a Carlivati nonsense drive by, which is all she probabaly would have had time for.  It would have made more sense for perhaps Viki to be at an airport and run into her, and have a nice conversation about how they both have overcome a lot, and how much Viki standing by her had helped her in life.

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Maybe its me & that is just fine but Mark Arnold comes off like he was too good for daytime. Whereas Holly & Sharon seem to overall enjoyed their daytime runs & Holly wants back on DAYS

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6 minutes ago, John said:

Maybe its me & that is just fine but Mark Arnold comes off like he was too good for daytime. Whereas Holly & Sharon seem to overall enjoyed their daytime runs & Holly wants back on DAYS

I got that vibe too. 

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Does anyone know how I can find the OLTL prime time episode from 98? I never had a chance to see it and I was a huge Pam Long fan from GL and was also a fan of her on OLTL and her stories. All I have heard about it is that it was way over produced and I'm curious to see why everyone thought that. Any of y'all opinion on the episode I would love to hear so I can share mine after I can see it 

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12 hours ago, glatwt said:

Does anyone know how I can find the OLTL prime time episode from 98? I never had a chance to see it and I was a huge Pam Long fan from GL and was also a fan of her on OLTL and her stories. All I have heard about it is that it was way over produced and I'm curious to see why everyone thought that. Any of y'all opinion on the episode I would love to hear so I can share mine after I can see it 

 

I don't think the episode is around in full but some clips are here.

 

My opinion of this episode and this era is I wouldn't wipe my ass with it. 

 

 

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Does anyone know where I can find episodes or clips in German? OLTL in German is called Liebe,Lüge,Leidenschaft... Are there any German fans here? Thank you for your answers!

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I've been watching some May 1998 OLTL and I've been impressed by the surprisingly good plots going on at this time:

 

-David Renaldi's heartwarming return.

-The Georgie Murder mystery being a huge umbrella plot.

-Dorian and Mel/Cassie & Kevin

-Todd's vendetta against the Buchanans

-Todd and Téa being their twisted and problematic best with their constant arguments and such.

-Drew Buchanan being the douchebag we can all root against. 

-Alright, so Sam was a dead fish, but without him...we wouldn't have been introduced to Lindsay (the perfect nemesis to Nora).

 

JFP and Pam Long did a great job livening up the show after the utter banality of the Labine era. Anything is better than Nora's menopause.

 

 

Edited by Winchester91

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On 9/15/2020 at 10:32 AM, victoria foxton said:

May 29, 1980

November 1980 - Mario is really Marco

How long between the trial and this? And how long did the viewers know?

 

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On 8/7/2020 at 11:28 AM, gimmetoo said:

 

Thankfully Alan interjects less when its a show he's not familiar with...we benefitted for sure in this case. Was a great interview w/ lots of BTS stories.

 

Mark Arnold spoke honestly about his tough experience on Santa Barbara, but said great things about starring opposite Robin Wright...and Sharon Gabet admitted she made a mistake going to Another World.  Her husband eventually forced the producers to write her off.  Sharon admitted the EDGE set was the best she ever worked on...very much a family.  

 

I'd love to see the interview. Is it still available online? I couldn't find it for some reason.

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