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- July 2007
I like most of the scoring they use. The soaps don't seem to use half as much now and it makes it boring I think.
The morgue story is so funny because the set that it takes place in is so tiny. It's like this little corner somewhere in the studio.The morgue story was a hoot
Our soaps love to drag out evil twin stories for an eternity. I guess because villains are easier to write than people with a few basic failings
I remember Casey and Sarah like it was yesterday, of course I was still into soaps at this point, I would soon go off them for an extended break
Oh, I had forgotten that little detail. Bill Clinton's surname at birth was Blythe (he was adopted by a stepfather and took the Clinton last name). As if they needed to hit us over the head with the parody any harder.after the story broke about her affair with Congressman Blythe.
Has not aged a day. Rumor has it, the strategy involves a silver turkey baster.Have you aged since then? Like a voodoo priestess?
Jim Storm, I believe his name is. He played Dr. Larry Wolek on One Life to Live in the early years of that show. When Jim decided to leave OLTL (perhaps for the role on DS...the timing is kind of fuzzy), he recommended an actor whose work he was very familiar with: his fraternal twin brother, Michael. So Larry got burned in a fire, got plastic surgeried and woke up with a new face. It was kind of the prototype for the evil twin taking over his brother's life, though I hear Michael Storm was actually very nice.Annie's lawyer who was Caroline's father on B&B and also was in Dark Shadows I just discovered!
Wasn't the whole first two weeks Meg talking to her IM buddy who she thinks is Casey and then he goes into anaphylactic shock after she gives him strawberry muffins, anything to get his shirt off even at the hospital I guessI think the entire premise of Sunset Beach is just someone walking in on a conversation, entering a room, or standing in a doorway and saying, "what the hell is going on here?"
I know this happens a lot in soaps,
I think something is wrong with me, because the oddest part of this whole scenario to me was the idea that if Gregory is a pilot, why wasn't he flying his plane to begin with?Apparently she was over Canadian airspace on her way to Vegas from California. I don't understand that at all. Also it's mentioned that Annie has had flying lessons, which is at least something as this is a hoot but also a bit of a stretch. I mean Annie's daydreams are one thing but this....
Gregory is also a trained pilot. I swear! And so he takes the plane and initially wants to turn back but Annie convinces him to go on to Vegas.