Does anyone remember the origins of Connor and Evan Walsh? I was reading an online synopsis and it's confusing. It said that Mr. Walsh, Lucinda's husband who killed himself, was Connor and Evan's grandfather. I thought he was their father. Does anyone know which it was? Unless Mr. Walsh was really old, I would think Connor and Evan would have been too old to be his grandkids. I know ages are all messed up on soaps but that seems weird. Then again, if he was their father, how could Lucinda not know who they were? I'm just confused. Anyone remember?
I always thought Justin was shady and had his own agenda with Bill. I like the idea of him seeking revenge for Emma, but it seems like Bradley wants us to just forget that ever happen. I’ll never get Thomas’s smug satisfactory look at seeing Emma dead in her car out of my head though…sigh.
So just a random cool observation, looks like we got another Brad Carlton B&B crossover on the 3/8/95 episode which looks like it was uploaded recently. Lauren calls him in the beginning of that episode. So that wasn’t his only time on B&B besides too years earlier when he confronted Sheila.
I don’t think I can add more to what everyone else has said but what a crappy ass plot twist way for our poor Vinny to be given. Definitely tacky as hell Thudley!
Not sure what’s going on with Justin here unless he wants revenge on Thomas for Emma’s death while revenge on the Spencer’s for years of mistreatment which could be interesting but be totally rushed without playing any beats.
This is the same show that rushed through Steffy’s pill addiction last fall in one month’s time. Same with Ridge & Shauna lol.
I thought it was interesting that what lured Gottlieb to daytime was the promise of control over the story. Every fan who reductively blames certain producers and writers for undesirable plots in daytime should listen to this story.
I was just reading about the development of Dirty Dancing from the original material to the screen. The studio's desire to add contemporary music and more dancing came at the expense of stories about class and sexual assault. So, it is interesting to hear that Gottlieb was willing to produce a genre that she had no reverence for in order to tell sto