How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of 'GH,' 'The View' and 'The Chew'; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of ‘GH,’ ‘The View’ and ‘The Chew’; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

 
By Errol Lewis


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “General Hospital” to honor the memory of actress Shell Kepler (ex-Nurse Amy Vining), who passed away on February 1, 2008.

Shell Kepler

The soap will honor the memory of Kepler with an “In Loving Memory of Shell Kepler” graphic, which will appear at the end of the Tuesday, February 26 episode.

The actress played Nurse Vining for 23 years (1979 to 2002) on the ABC soap.

  • General Hospital
  • Shell Kepler


    By Errol Lewis


    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Over the weekend mystery photos appeared on ABC’s press site that showed multiple “One Life to Live” actors appearing in scenes on the ABC Daytime drama series. At least that’s what people thought.

    David Andrew MacDonald

    In preparation for their Fantasy Baseball season, ESPN has joined forces with ABC Daytime for their “Endless Drama” marketing campaign – “Endless Drama” is a series of commercials centered around the drama brought to fantasy baseball. The network came to ABC Daytime seeking soap actors to “bring added drama” to their promotional spots for the campaign.

    “All My Children” actors Cameron Mathison (Ryan Lavery) and Rebecca Budig (Greenlee Smythe) and “One Life to Live’s” John Paul Lavoiser (Rex Balsom), David Fumero (Cristian Vega), Bree Williamson (Jessica Buchanan) and John Brotherton (Jared Banks) are all set to appear in the upcoming commercials. Joining in on the fun is David Andrew MacDonald (pictured; “Guiding Light,” “Another World”), who despite reports, is not coming to Llanview in the near future.

    Also set to appear are Major League Baseball players Torii Hunter from the LA Angels, Chase Utley from the Philadelphia Phillies, Jorge Posada from the NY Yankees and Hanley Ramirez from the Florida Marlins.

    The commercial spots were filmed on the “One Life to Live” set in New York City on Thursday, February 14 and Friday, February 15.

    “One Life to Live” executive producer Frank Valenti directed the commercials, which are set to begin airing on all ESPN Networks and the internet on Monday, March 3.

    • All My Children
    • Rebecca Budig
    • One Life to Live
    • Cameron Mathison
    • Guiding Light
    • Another World
    • David Fumero
    • Bree Williamson
    • John Brotherton
    • John Paul Lavoisier
    • David Andrew MacDonald
    • Torii Hunter
    • Chase Utley
    • Jorge Posada
    • Hanley Ramirez


      Jill Johnson/JPI

      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Former “As The World Turns” bad boy Shawn Christian joins the cast of “Days of our Lives” as Salem University Hospital’s newest hot doctor.

      Beginning Tuesday, March 4, Christian begins airing on the NBC soap as Dr. Daniel Jonas. The character is first introduced to Chelsea Brady (Rachel Melvin) by Victor Kiriakis (John Aniston). Dr. Jonas is said to be heavily involved in the upcoming Bo Brady storyline.

      Christian made his television debut on CBS’s “As The World Turns” in 1994 as the original Mike Kasnoff. He has also appeared in such primetime series as “Pacific Palisades,” “Beverly Hills, 90210″ and more recently as Johnny Durant on The WB’s “Summerland.” The series aired for two seasons on the network and co-starred Lori Loughlin (“Full House”) and singer-actor Jesse McCartney (“All My Children”).

      Shawn can next be seen on the big screen in “Starship Dave” with Eddie Murphy, “Small Town Saturday Night” with Chris Pine (“American Dreams”) and “Killer Moves,” which are all due out for release later this year.

      According to Soap Opera Digest, Christian began taping on Monday, February 11.



      By Errol Lewis


      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Elmarie Wendel joins the cast of “General Hospital” in the recurring role of Peg.

      Dylan Cash

      While Jax (Ingo Rademacher) puts private investigators on the search for Michael (Dylan Cash) in order to ease Carly’s (Laura Wright) pain over the disappearance of her son, Michael finds himself taking refuge in a cabin, where he encounters a craggy old woman [Peg] beginning Thursday, February 28.

      Peg meets Michael as a result of his shooting Kate Howard (Megan Ward) with an illegal weapon on the February 18 episode of the ABC drama series. The soap aired a public service announcement about the dangers of gun violence at the conclusion of said episode.

      Wendel is best known to viewers as Mrs. Mamie Dubcek on NBC’s “3rd Rock From the Sun” from 1996-2001. She has also appeared on NBC’s “Seinfeld,” ABC’s “NYPD Blue” and “George Lopez.”

      This is Wendel’s first appearance on a daytime soap opera. The actress is repped by Gail Abbott Management.

      • General Hospital
      • Laura Wright
      • Ingo Rademacher
      • Dylan Cash
      • Elmarie Wendel
      • Megan Ward


        OLTL PreVUE: Week of February 18 Edition

        Will Allison’s secret be revealed?
        Sunday, February 17, 2008 3:32 PM | By Errol Lewis

        (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — The ‘Go Red’ Ball is full of surprises.

        THIS WEEK ON: ONE LIFE TO LIVE

        With Bo fired, Ramsey is named Llanview’s newest Police Commissioner. Gigi finds the news hard to swallow. Nora blames Lindsay for Bo’s predicament. Ramsey wants to throw the book at Jessica for helping Allison escape. Todd’s happiness comes under attack. Gigi gives in to Ramsey, while Todd formulates a plan to stop the rogue cop. Jessica evades Antonio’s questions. Bo rebuffs Clint’s proposal that he come to work at BE. Matthew ponders what his father will do next. Ramsey and Antonio start off on the wrong foot. Todd is a bundle of nerves thanks to Ramsey.

        Lindsay swallows her secret before Nora has a chance to read it. Clint is forced to referee Nora and Lindsay’s catfight; but not before everyones’ secrets fall out of the box. Dorian catches Roxy sorting through a floor full of secrets. Dorian gives in to her curiosity and sneaks a peak at some of Llanview’s deepest, darkest secrets; later she bribes a security guard in order to get possession of valuable surveillance tape.

        THE INSIDE STORY

        Jared and Natalie are interrupted by news that Jessica is in trouble. At the same time, Allison forces Jessica to plead and beg for her life while holding her at gunpoint. In an act of bravery, Jared throws himself in front of Jessica, but ends up tumbling over a balcony railing with Allison. With his life hanging on by a thread, Jared clutches the railing with one hand and Allison with the other. Charlie arrives just in time to save Jared, who purposely releases his grip on Allison. As she hurriedly plummets to the pavement, Allison vows to take her secret to the grave. Jared is treated as a hero by the Buchanans. Ramsey announces that Allison’s condition is grave. Jessica realizes that she may never uncover Allison’s secret as the DVD she had with her when she fell was destroyed. Allison isn’t expected to make it through the night.

        WHAT TO WATCH

        - Jared’s declaration leaves Natalie feeling uneasy, and later, heartbroken.

        - Langston and Cole continue to fight their feelings.

        - Jamie interrupts Talia and Antonio’s evening of romance.

        - Cristian and Sarah give into temptation; Layla and Vincent see more than they bargained for.

        - Adriana is jealous of Rex’s rapport with Gigi and Shane.

        - Mary J. Blige continues her visit to Llanview. READ MORE

        - The ABC Daytime Dramas ‘Go Red’ for a good cause. READ MORE

        SON ALERTS: WEEK OF FEBRUARY 25, 2008

        Monday: John is aghast to learn Ramsey is his new boss; Cole confides in Langston his fears about Ramsey; Rex realizes Adriana still thinks Shane is his son.

        Tuesday: Jessica fears she may never know Allison’s secret; Marcie’s future is decided; Antonio and Talia team up to bring down their new boss.

        Wednesday: Bo and Clint deal with family issues; Michael gives Marcie some tough love; Nash has a cryptic meeting with potential business partners.

        Thursday: Todd vows to protect his family; Langston and Cole feel guilty; Antonio confronts Jessica.

        Friday: Jared helps Jessica and Natalie; Dorian gains the upper hand on Nora; Allison has a reaction to Nash’s visit.

        Pictured: Barbara Garrick courtesy Donna Svennevik/ABC | Jerry verDorn/Hillary B. Smith courtesy Jeff Neira/ABC

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        © 2008 Soap Opera Network. All rights reserved.



        By Errol Lewis


        (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — David Rasche is returning to daytime television later this month as Pine Valley’s newest devil in disguise.

        Michael E. Knight

        Last seen in daytime as Wes Leonard in the 1980′s on ABC’s “Ryan’s Hope,” Rasche will play Tad Martin’s uncle, Rob Gardner, beginning Friday, February 29. Rob is the brother of Tad’s biological father, Ray Garder (last seen in 2001 as played by Gil Rogers). The character is said to be intimately connected to the story of Jesse’s (Darnell Williams) death twenty years ago.

        The actor started taping last week.

        Rasche is best known for his infamous roles in such primetime series as “Sledge Hammer,” “Nurses,” and “Suddenly Susan.” His film credits include “The Sentinel” with Michael Douglas, “Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood” with Sandra Bullock, and “United 93.” He’ll next appear as Thomas Sparrow in the film “The Spy and the Sparrow,” which is due out later this year. The film co-stars Eric Roberts (“Another World”) and Elisabeth Rohm (“One Life to Live”).

        • All My Children
        • David Rasche
        • Michael E. Knight
        • Darnell Williams
        • Eric Roberts
        • Elisabeth Rohm
        • Ryan’s Hope




          The Past, the Present and the Future Collide
          Saturday, February 16, 2008 4:35 AM | By Angela Rosa

          (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Shades of the past.

          THIS WEEK ON: ALL MY CHILDREN

          RIPPED FROM THE HEADLINES

          Jack’s misgivings about Samuel prove to be foretelling as the U.S.D.A. ends Erica’s night at the “Go Red for Women” fashion show by fitting her with a new accessory – handcuffs! Jack follows Erica to the police station where Ms. Kane fails to take Montgomery’s advice and manages to get herself into even more legal trouble courtesy of a smug Samuel. Erica is no more open to suggestion at her bail hearing where she unleashes a tirade against Samuel.

          LOST IN THE PAST

          Annie can’t ignore Ryan’s longing for Kendall and neither can Zach. Convinced that Ryan poses a threat, Zach hires a reluctant Aidan to be Kendall’s bodyguard on her book tour. Kendall is aghast to learn of Zach’s arrangement. The Slater’s and Lavery’s are overjoyed when Spike’s cochlear implant is successfully turned on and he can hear again. A tortured Ryan witnesses the close family unit Zach, Kendall and Spike have become. Things remain strained between Annie and Ryan.

          WASH, RINSE AND REPEAT

          Babe lays down the night’s agenda to JR: a poker game – if she wins he donates his bone marrow to Richie, if he wins he gets whatever he wants. JR up the stakes and turns their match into a game of strip poker. After having some fun, JR finally admits to Babe that he was planning to donate his bone marrow to Richie all along. Things turn passionate between Babe and JR. Meanwhile, Richie learns JR is his donor match and sets an ominous – and unnecessary – plan into motion.

          DESTINY BECOMES REALITY

          Jesse is unable to walk away from Angie and the two embrace for the first time since his “death.” Angie counters Jesse’s claim that he can’t stay with her by explaining that her life means nothing without him in it. Jesse and Angie make love. Angie insists she, Jesse and Frankie can go into hiding together after Jesse tells her his sordid tale. Frankie follows Tad and Krystal and comes face to face with his father. Tad, Frankie, Krystal and Angie convince Jesse that together, they can defeat any enemy. An enemy lurks nearby.

          SON ALERTS: WEEK OF FEBRUARY 25, 2008

          Monday: Richie is certain he’s going to get everything he wants. Annie insists Ryan move out as planned.

          Tuesday: Erica swears to make Samuel pay for what he’s doing to her. Zach urges Annie to fight for Ryan.

          Wednesday: Zach not so subtly pushes Ryan away from Kendall. Someone is keeping a close eye on Frankie.

          Thursday: Greenlee tries to get Ryan to remember their love with a kiss. Only Krystal believes JR may be the victim he claims he is.

          Friday: Angie’s anger and frustration finally comes rushing to the surface. Erica sets out to prove she isn’t down for the count.

          Pictured: Billy Miller courtesy Donna Svennevik/ABC | Debbie Morgan/Darnell Williams courtesy Steve Fenn/ABC

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          © 2008 Soap Opera Network. All rights reserved.



          My View of Llanview: February 15 Edition

          Looking back
          Friday, February 15, 2008 11:28 PM| By Scotty Gore

          (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Another look back at “One Life to Live” over the years.

          Hello all. I hope everyone had a safe and wonderful Valentine’s Day, and that it was everything you dreamed of and more. How is everyone? Hope life has been treating you kindly. As for me, I am in the process of putting together my student teaching portfolio at the moment, something which has become a rather cumbersome task. But really, I am enjoying student teaching so far. The kids are great (well most of them anyway), and I like their enthusam. However, as you can imagine, planning lesson plans and making out tests is a time consuming task. And so, because of that, I’m afraid I haven’t a great deal of time to devote to this column at the moment. For that reason, I felt that it would be appropriate if we took one last look back at some memorable moments from “One Life to Live’s” nearly fourty year history.. And now it’s time for “A Blast From the Past!”

          This go around we are powering up “One Life to Live” time machine and transporting ourselves back to a time when hippies ruled and groovy was cool to say. That’s right, we’re heading back to 1969.

          It was on October 1969, when this article, entitled “The What’s Happening Now Serial” appeared in After Noon TV. I have chosen to include this article because it reflects back on “OLTL’s” first year on the air back in 1968.

          On July 15, “One Life to Live” celebrated its first anniversary. This show, in the course of one year, has become one of the most popular soaps on afternoon television.

          Encouraged by Bill Kimbrough, the D.A. (Justin McDonough) to do volunteer work, Meredith Lord (Lynn Benish) took a job in an orphanage and met Wendy (Jan Chasmar), an orphan girl who has had a serious operation.

          Jan is one child who will never have the problem of shyness. She’s already adjusted well to TV work.

          Hospital aide and everybody?s friend is Sadie Gray (Lillian Hayman). She has come to see Larry Wolek, (Mike Storm), who is in the hospital after an accident. Sadie tells Larry about the day that Vince and Viki ran away.

          One lovely day in the park for Sadie Gray, Wendy and Meredith Lord. When Meredith was very ill, she broke up with Larry Wolek because she did not want to be a burden to him. Now she is well, but Larry has been forced into marrying Karen Martin (Niki Flacks) because she is pregnant.

          Vince Wolek (Antony Ponzini) is in love with Niki – the split personality of Victoria Lord (Gillian Spencer). The other part of Victoria’s personality, Viki, is in love with Joe Riley (Lee Patterson).

          Viki had agreed to marry Joe Riley, but in the middle of the wedding ceremony the personality of Niki came out. Vince wants to marry Niki. Though she likes having fun, Niki is not crazy about the idea of getting married.

          Now, while the time machine is still powered up, let’s jump ahead to 1985 when the “OLTL” theme song was the highly popular ‘Tour of Llanview’ version and Peabo Bryson was gearing up to add lyrics to the theme in only a few short months the following the year. It was alos a time when Andrea Evans was at the height of her popularity on “OLTL” as the rebellious Tina Clayton Roberts.

          It was on August 10, 1985, when this article, entitled “It’ll take more than a bubble bath to clean up Andrea Evans’ act as daytime’s diva of dirt” appeared in People Weekly. The article was written by Alan Carter and takes a closer look at both Andrea and Tina.

          As daytime’s answer to Alexis Carrington, Evans doesn’t wear dresses as fancy as Joan Collins’, but she certainly wears fewer clothes than any other actress in the afternoon soaps. For one recent shower scene, even the ABC censor visited the set. “I thought the scene was very sexy,” insists Evans. “People were coming up to me for weeks after that scene and saying, ‘Were you naked in there?’ and I’d say, ‘Well, do you wear clothes in the shower?’” Despite her sass, in Evans’ case the answer is affirmative: She wore a body stocking for the scene. With Evans, ABC’s One Life To Live has undressed for success, now ranking a strong third in the competitive daytime soap ratings. “She makes a tremendous difference to our show,” says producer Paul Rauch. “Her ability makes her go beyond the ordinary viper. In large part, she’s responsible for the show’s recent success.”

          Evans sees herself as “a tigress,” which is in marked contrast to the “scared doe” one reporter called her four years ago. At that time the University of Illinois theatre graduate was making news by marrying her older (30ish) “One Life” co-star, Wayne Massey. They Valentine’s day ceremony took place in Evans’ hometown, Downers Grove, Ill., and was attended by her mother, Audrey, a piano teacher at Chicago’s American Conservatory of Music, and her father, Robert, a semi-retired apartment building manager. “I was very young then,” says the strawberry blonde. “I depended upon Wayne quite a bit. He took more control of things and I was like a scared doe. Now I’m on my own. The scared doe doesn’t exist anymore.”

          Having played Tina Clayton since 1978, Evans left “One Life” in December 1981 with Massey, and the couple moved to Nashville. While Massey pursued a career as a singer (he now duets with his new wife, country crooner Charly McClain), Evans took it easy for a year. Then she landed the role of Patty on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless,” which is filmed in Los Angeles. “I don’t think it’s possible to run a marriage across the country,” says Evans, and hers didn’t travel well. The couple divorced last year.

          Evans returned to One Life last January. “I’m more confident,” she explains. “I’m able to have fun with the character and have fun with myself.”

          Like Tina, she’s also shrewder than she was in an earlier incarnation. In the tradition of her trade, Evans likes to shave four years off her past and give her age as 24. She insists that there is a typo in her college records. While in college she entered and lost the miss illinois pageant back home. “I’m not against beauty pageants,” she says now, “but I’m torn because I tend to be feministic in a lot of ways. Is feministic a word?” Savvy about cross-promotion as well as self-promotion, Evans recently signed with the Elite agency as a model. On the subject of romance, she is circumspect. Her current man is a publicity-shy L.A. producer. Though her marriage couldn’t withstand long distance, this relationship “gets a lot of help from GTE Sprint, People express and MCI,” says Evans.

          The steadiest males in her life are still Grompit (a nonsense word used by her father) and Uff da (a Norwegian expletive). The dogs even accompany Evans to work. “They sit in the makeup room under a sign that says, ‘Permanently reserved for the Evans boys.’ Bob Woods [a "One Life" co-star] said that if he’s ever reincarnated, he wants to come back as one of my dogs. Of course he said that after he found out they sleep with me.” Arf, arf.

          And lastly, we’re moving full steam ahead to 1991 and look at an article honoring Erika Slezak on her twenith anniverary with “One Life to Live.” The article, which was written by Michael Logan, appeared in a March edition of TV Guide, and was entitled “Brain surgery, blackmail and amnesia … Erika’s a true soap survivor.” I felt this article would be appropriate since Ms. Slezak celebrates her 37th anniversary on “OLTL” next month.


          This week, Erika Slezak celebrates her 20th anniversary as the Queen of Unsolved Miseries – a title no other daytime diva comes even close to owning. As Viki Lord Buchanan on ABC’s “One Life To Live,” Slezak has endured the requisite suds tragedies (murder charges, kidnapped kids, custody battles). But she has also suffered through some humdingers, including pornographic blackmail, an 8-year memory lapse and a slutty split personality named Niki. During brain surgery, Viki had an out-of-body experience that put her in Heaven. She has also regressed to the Wild West. And visited the lost underground civilization of Eterna, where she discovered a daughter she didn’t know she had.

          Lest we feel too sorry for Slezak, it should be noted that she’s won two Best Actress Emmys for her troubles – and is currently being touted for a third. And, at age 44, she is having the time of her life. “I’m lucky – there are only a few parts that have ever lasted this long!” remarks Slezak, who thought she had died and gone to Heaven when she landed OLTL in 1971 – at a whopping $190 a week. “Some days I wonder why nobody’s caught on to me. I still feel like that nervous little girl who walked in here with no TV experience.”

          Though Slezak (the granddaughter of Metropolitan Opera legend Leo Slezak and daughter of actor Walter Slezak) seemed chromosomally destined to shine, she has never ventured into primetime or feature films. And while she’s a graduate of London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, her most notable extracurricular activity since joining OLTL was a series of Sunsweet prune commercials. “I cling to the soap because it affords me the best of both worlds,” says Slezak, referring to life on Long Island with her spouse, Broadway veteran Brian Davies and their children Michael, 11, and Amanda, 9. “The show lets me off for school plays, field trips and Parents’ Night. I don’t think there’s another job that would give me that freedom.”

          Or such outlandish theatrics. Still Slezak claims she’s prepared for another decade on “OLTL”. And she doesn’t think her storylines are that screwy. “The show has done others that were more far-fetched – like the time several characters had mind-control devices implanted in the backs of their heads. I wasn’t involved in that one.” That’s comforting … but is she bragging or complaining?

          Moving back to the present, I have a few quick comments. I like how “OLTL” has brought back Allison Perkins. She’s one my favorite Llanview psychos. It’s also a pleasure to see Viki’s long time maid Lois grace our screens again. Although, she is often talked about on the soap, we hardly ever get to see her. She is truly a sight for sore eyes. Call me crazy, but I’ve always thought it would be interesting if they hooked her up as a love interest for Nigel. Just imagine the secrets and gossip those two would have to talk about. But, is it just me, or was Olivia Sklar’s hair always brown? But when we saw her this week, it looked red. Hmmm…she looked better as a brunette. Now they need to put a face with Dorian’s “Cook” that we always her talking about as part of her domestic staff. Moving along, why does Nash suddenly have a ponytail? Honestly, why? I think it looks stupid and tacky. Why not just give him a haircut? Afterall, this is 2008, not the 1990s when ponytails were at the height of their popularity. Just give him a haircut and be done with it. And I have to give “OLTL” praise once more for continuing to utiliize their veteran castmembers and characters. Give up the good work people! Also, I’m still not sure what to make about the possiblility of Snoop Dog recording a new “OLTL” theme. A part of me can’t help but wonder if he is a Dorian fan or a Viki fan. Makes you think, doesn’t it?

          And, saving the best for last, it’s time to take a quick look at some of the plotlines coming up on “OLTL” a couple of weeks down the road. A husband and father decides to move his family far away from Llanview. A vineyard owner meets with his new partner. A psycho slips into a coma. A young couple begins putting their lives back to together again. And a secret stealer is caught red-handed.

          Well, that’s all for this edition of the column. I wish I had more time to write an in-depth analysis of the current state of my favorite soap, but I will in a special edition of my column on February 29th, when I look back on “OLTL’s” ‘Go Red’ Ball and determine how big of a splash it made in Llavniew, and with viewers. See you next time. Take care and stay safe.

          And until next time remember, we only have “One Life to Live” …..

          Pictured: My View of Llanview courtesy Matt Smith/Soap Opera Network



          Is Logan Really the Text Message Killer?
          Friday, February 15, 2008 10:00 PM | By Errol Lewis

          (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — The Buildup is worth the wait.

          THIS WEEK ON: GENERAL HOSPITAL

          After an embarrassing visit with Sonny, Claudia finds a bloody and unconscious Kate on the docks after she was shot by Michael’s gun. Claudia walks away before Kate is found by a devastated Sonny. Remembering his father’s previous warnings, Michael goes on the run. Sonny shares words with Jason about how business effects their family lives. Carly tells Jason that she is pregnant but her mood changes when Jason brings up the night of Sam’s accident. Carly panics when she learns that Michael is missing. Jax tries to calm his wife down.

          Ric and Marianna grow closer, but Marianna’s guilt could destroy them. Jerry calls Ric to inform him of Kristina’s breakdown. Ric finds Marianna at the mercy of an abusive Randy. Marianna reveals her citizenship status to Ric. Elizabeth tends to a battered Marianna at the request of Ric, who wishes Elizabeth could see how much he’s changed for the better.

          THE INSIDE STORY

          Lulu questions a guilty looking Logan about the Text Message murders. Logan proclaims his innocence by admitting that he tried to frame Johnny for the murders in order to prevent Lulu and Johnny from growing closer. Fearing for her life, Lulu knocks Logan out and screams for help just as Johnny kicks down the door looking to save her. Once again, Port Charles citizens, including Scott Baldwin (Logan’s father), believe that the Text Message killings will cease when it is “revealed” that Logan is the killer. Patrick frantically works to save Logan’s life. Maxie has it out with Lulu after learning of Logan’s possible involvement in Georgie’s murder. Maxie makes it clear she wants Logan dead. Lulu tells Johnny that she doesn’t think Logan is the Text Message Killer. Maxie enters Logan’s hospital room with vengeance on her mind. Maxie is able to stop herself from doing the unthinkable thanks to memories of Coop. Johnny and Lulu get intimate.

          WHAT TO WATCH

          - Ian clashes with Robin and Patrick over Nikolas’ medical case.

          - Nadine urges Nikolas to get his vision of Emily to tell him more of the night she died.

          - Jim Palmer portrays the role of Randy. READ MORE

          - Claire Coffee, who portrays Nurse Nadine Crowell, has been offered a contract. READ MORE

          SON ALERTS: WEEK OF FEBRUARY 25, 2008

          Monday: Sonny holds Johnny hostage; The Text Message Killer reveals himself to Sam; Ric has a warning for Trevor.

          Tuesday: The Text Message Killer holds Sam hostage; Robin’s emotions get the better of her; Claudia pays Kate a visit in the hospital.

          Wednesday: Claudia warns Jason of the consequences if Sonny hurts Johnny; Sonny questions Trevor; Emily gets Nikolas to remember the night of her murder.

          Thursday: Maxie and Spinelli get closer to the killer; Elizabeth and Sam’s lives are in danger; Sonny and Kate see eye-to-eye.

          Friday: Robin and Patrick have a heart-to-heart after a tragic event; Lucky’s life hangs in the balance; Claudia reveals a secret to Kate.

          Pictured: Josh Duhon courtesy Marina Chavez/SOAPnet | Duhon/Julia Berman courtesy Ron Tom/ABC

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