Gotcha! That's funny, I I watch in prime time, especially now that all my usual evening shows are on hiatus until September / October. And I sure as heck am not watching the Olympics
Santa Barbara was the first real soap I I watched. I took a long hiatus after that and then watched y&r for about 6 years, then life got in the way. I tuned in occasionally nowadays for a few minutes, but it's just not what I'm used to. Everything is so boring and slow moving. I also watched GH for about 3 years and As the World Turns right before it was canceled.
I forgot to mention that it was funny to me that Julia walking in on Jack Lee flirting with his new secretary was the end of that situation. Clearly, the writers didn't know what was happening with the actor, whether he was going to come back or not. We know that the actor died 2 to 3 months later. That Eric character, who's supposed to be Jack Lee's assistant, was played by a pretty decent actor. I googled him, and he seems to have done quite a bit of theater work in London and New York. I think by this time they had already cooked up the Kirk Cranston idea so Eric had to go