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I remember stories on here about John and backstage issues at the time but I'm not really sure why this is the time to bring all that back up. 

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This seems more like trying to gain attention than anything else. A soap was trending so what better for a her to get attention? Outside of soaps no one knows or cares who she is. It just seems like her motives are not good.

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I am sorry for his daughter, Eva LaRue and the post by Sarah Michelle Gellar was sad too - he clearly touched her life very positively. 

 

 

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She’s done a number of questionable things on Twitter over the years. All of it seemed attention-grabbing under the guise of social justice. Despicable woman.

 

And no, I don’t excuse any of Callahan‘s past indiscretions, there’s never a ‘good time’ for something like that to be spoken about. However, someone’s father just died less than 24 hours ago.. 

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Really, does any good come out of social media? It seems to act as a magnifying mirror for a person's true colors.

Back to John, I wonder if Dana Sparks, Julia Barr or Shelley Taylor Morgan has posted anything.

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I admit, the more I read of NLG on Twitter, the less respect I have for her. And I was a HUGE fan of her Julia Wainwright character - and lesser so of Alexis. Still, this is not the time for this. A daughter just lost her father. Add to that that Callahan is not here now to defend himself of such accusations and...yeah. NOT the time.

 

And considering Eva LaRue's post about John, it sounds like they had made their peace, which is good to know, if just for their child's sake. So whatever shortcomings John Callahan may have had, well...he was clearly loved and will be missed, and that is what should be the focus. The rest of this ancient history is in EXTREMELY poor taste.

 

My late mom loved AMC (as did I) so she will get to see JC/Edmund in person.  :) But I will best remember him as Craig Hunt on SB. Man, could that character smolder! Sadly, there is but crumbs of Craig on YT - at least in English. The other languages kind of distract me.

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And considering Eva LaRue's post about John, it sounds like they had made their peace, which is good to know, if just for their child's sake. So whatever shortcomings John Callahan may have had, well...he was clearly loved and will be missed, and that is what should be the focus. The rest of this ancient history is in EXTREMELY poor taste.


ELR's post was beautiful, everything that "amicable" should be. All of the social media remembrances really remind you that ELR and JC were active in the soap social circles in their heyday, the last few years of an active, thriving community of daytime stars who all knew each other and supported each other. None of those tweets or instagram posts seem fake or forced. The slow fading out of that vibe definitely translated on screen as actors and actresses became noticeably less connected to one another. There was an energy that just isn't there anymore.

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