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7 hours ago, Forever8 said:

Barbara Crampton (Leanna Love) made a video of herself watching today's classic episode with some commentary. 

 

 

 

Her hair? Look at Bergman's!! Honestly, it looked better than it does now. But, it also looked better then.

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10 hours ago, Darn said:

 

Fabulous scene. When exactly did Brenda Dickson start acting like a nutter? She's incredible here.

 

I've said it once, I'll say it a million times, Jeanne was at her best when Katherine was at her worst. 

8 hours ago, Forever8 said:

Barbara Crampton (Leanna Love) made a video of herself watching today's classic episode with some commentary. 

 

 

 

8 hours ago, YRfan23 said:

Apparently Veronica redd was difficult too. 

 

That's a shame because I loved her as Mamie. Her "You mean the bitch, don't you?" line is still one of my favourites.

 

8 hours ago, DRW50 said:

 

I thought I read Jerry Douglas didn't get along with someone besides Brenda but I don't know if that's true or not. 

 

Geez what a mess. I'm at the point where I end up assuming everyone at the show hated each other. 

 

Aside from Jeanne and Jess Walton, it's a distinct possibility. 

 

5 hours ago, DramatistDreamer said:

Barbara Crampton would make a fun guest on one of these recent soap podcasts.

 

She would be a hoot. Someone should get her on.

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9 hours ago, DRW50 said:

(then again, what else is new with Y&R)

 

8 hours ago, DRW50 said:

I thought I read Jerry Douglas didn't get along with someone besides Brenda but I don't know if that's true or not. 

 

Geez what a mess. I'm at the point where I end up assuming everyone at the show hated each other. 

 

It's been my observation that the mood on a set is directly proportional to the level of talent among the cast.  Meaning, the fewer talented actors you have working on the show, the less pleasant it is to work there.

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9 minutes ago, Khan said:

 

 

It's been my observation that the mood on a set is directly proportional to the level of talent among the cast.  Meaning, the fewer talented actors you have working on the show, the less pleasant it is to work there.

Actors in general are just touchy pains in the butt about 2/3 of the time. Some actors just have personality clashes. I mean, look at Bergman and Braeden. 

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Wow! The 1990 episode was phenomenal. I am stunned at how much was going on, the episode flew by and I would love to see more of this era I have largely ignored. I wouldn't have expected them to have the George Rawlins case and the Marge/Kay about to climax at the same time with David Kimble just getting started with Nina. The ending with Marge/Kay was great and the mood was everything for me. Cassandra is absolutely captivating, I wonder if Bell just lost interest in her after this?

 

And I forgot his name...but Adrian Hunter actor seemed like a weak link with a different vibe than everyone else for me. 

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Just now, AdamNewmanFan said:

oh thats cool!, What happened in the eppy?

I don't really know, LOL the episode before is on the archive site, and some of the stories were Victor talking with Matt about how he knows Nikki was lying all along about dying. Ashley on a date with Steven at Gina's, Lauren/Danny, and Brad vs Jack.

The recap from the French Episode Guide I have is very vague about about what happens:

# 3684 09/18/1987 08/30/1991 Télé 7 Jours (08/30/1991): Eager to confess his feelings to Ellen, Jack asks his father to organize their meeting ...

So if this is still Nikki and Victor week maybe it will pertain to something with Nikki's illness story? 
 

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4 minutes ago, YRfan23 said:

I don't really know, LOL the episode before is on the archive site, and some of the stories were Victor talking with Matt about how he knows Nikki was lying all along about dying. Ashley on a date with Steven at Gina's, Lauren/Danny, and Brad vs Jack.

The recap from the French Episode Guide I have is very vague about about what happens:

# 3684 09/18/1987 08/30/1991 Télé 7 Jours (08/30/1991): Eager to confess his feelings to Ellen, Jack asks his father to organize their meeting ...

So if this is still Nikki and Victor week maybe it will pertain to something with Nikki's illness story? 
 

It would be awesome if it is Victor confronting Nikki about her lying. 

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Just now, will81 said:

It would be awesome if it is Victor confronting Nikki about her lying. 

I hope so! but I feel that might have been later..
maybe it's one of Nikki's bizarre fantasies of Victor grieving her after she "died" 

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3 hours ago, YRfan23 said:

I hope so! but I feel that might have been later..
maybe it's one of Nikki's bizarre fantasies of Victor grieving her after she "died" 

Yeah you are probably right about that, in the September 87 episode posted Victor did seem like he was going to string it out a bit, haha.

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