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Friday, August 22, 2008 9:14 PM ET | By Errol Lewis

( — Matthew Borlenghi is expected to shake things up next month on the NBC drama series “Days of our Lives,” when he joins the cast as the Mayor of Salem.

Beginning Thursday, September 18, look for Borlenghi to shock Salem citizens, as his character Mayor Marino, with news that…oh wait, I can’t tell you…yet! Just know that you’ll definitely be in for a surprise.

Borlenghi is best known for playing Brian Bodine, Hayley’s (Kelly Ripa) love interest, on ABC’s “All My Children, and Ziggy Deadmarsh on CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful.” This year the actor co-wrote the film “Jack Rio” with Sean Kanan (“The Bold and the Beautiful” and “General Hospital”) and the films Director/Producer, Gregori J. Martin. Released in June, the film was about a TV actor needing to find himself, but finding a serial killer in his way is not what he expected. His other credits include stints in Showtime’s “Dexter” and CBS’ “Without a Trace.”

In other “Days of our Lives” news, Terrell Tilford returns as Dr. Carrington on Friday, September 5. Ross Matthews appears as Kate’s assistant, Chris, on Tuesday, September 9, and Freda Foh Shen joins the cast as Eleanor Thomas starting Thursday, September 18.

Look for Roscoe Born to make a dramatic exit at the end of September as his character departs the “DAYS” canvas. His departure is said to be storyline dictated, according to sources.

“Days of our Lives” airs Weekdays on NBC. Weeknight on SOAPnet. Anytime on iTunes. Check local listings.

  • The Bold and the Beautiful
  • All My Children
  • Days of our Lives
  • Kelly Ripa
  • General Hospital
  • Roscoe Born
  • Matthew Borlenghi
  • Terrell Tilford
  • Ross Matthews
  • Freda Foh Shen

    Fixation Magazine

    ( — Real-life couple Nadia Bjorlin and Brandon Beemer grace cover of Fixation Magazine’s August issue.

    “Days of Our Lives” beauty Bjorlin (Chloe Lane) and her handsome former co-star and real-life boyfriend, Beemer (ex-Shawn D. Brady, “Days of Our Lives;” Owen Knight, “The Bold and the Beautiful”) are featured in a cover story in the magazine’s 9th issue since its launch in December 2007. The duo posed for some action-packed themed shots where one can imagine what they’d look like in the next great blockbuster movie. Can we say “Mr. and Mrs. Smith 2″ starring these two?

    Fixation is a lifestyle monthly magazine that brings readers the latest events, fashion trends, entertainment options, beauty tips, health guides, and what’s happening in the social scene all around Los Angeles, CA.

    The magazine is on newstands now, so if you are in the area don’t forget to check it out.

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    Friday, August 22, 2008 6:27 PM ET | By Xavier Toups

    ( — Gary Tomlin makes his first executive decision.

    Soap Opera Network has learned that newly appointed “Days Of Our Lives” Executive Producer Gary Tomlin has brought in Christopher Whitesell as Co-Head Writer. Whitesell will serve along side Dena Higley, the show’s current Head Writer.

    This will now be the third time Whitesell has worked as Co-Head Writer for Gary Tomlin. The previous two times were at “Sunset Beach” with Meg Bennett (from late 1997 to 1998), then Margaret De Priest (from 1998 to the show’s finale on December 31, 1999), and “One Life To Live” with Lorraine Broderick (from 2001 to 2002).

    He was also Co-Head Writer at “General Hospital” with Janet Iacobuzio (in 1997) and “As The World Turns” with Jean Passanante and Leah Laiman (from 2005 to 2007). His other writing credits include “Another World” and “Guiding Light.”

    Whitesell previously served as a writer at “DAYS” from 2000 to 2001.

    “Days of our Lives” airs Weekdays on NBC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on iTunes. Check local listings.

    • One Life to Live
    • Days of our Lives
    • General Hospital
    • Gary Tomlin
    • Christopher Whitesell

      Thursday, August 21, 2008 10:55 PM ET | By Errol Lewis

      ( — I’ve always thought that if you put on quality television with good writing combined with great acting, you’d find yourself well positioned for growth in the Nielsen Ratings. NBCs “Days of our Lives” proved just that during the week of August 11, 2008, when it moved up to 3rd place in the Nielsen rankings, pulling a 2.4/8 in households. Oh, wait…the Olympics were on. Never mind.

      With the Summer 2008 Beijing Olympic games as a lead-in, “Days of our Lives” was able to bring in 500,000 more households than they had the week prior, and 400,000 more than at the same point last year. Similarly, 3.1 million viewers tuned into the soap, which was an increase of 629,000 viewers over last week and 514,000 more than last year. The soap was also able to reclaim the #1 position in the coveted Women 18-34 demographic with a 1.1/7, a position it has not held in sometime. While all soaps were up in Girl viewers aged 12-17, “DAYS” was able to place second behind only “One Life to Live” (70,000 viewers vs 72,000) in the demo, which was an increase of 25,000 viewers from last week.

      ABC’s “All My Children” once again hit series lows as it fell to 6th place in households (tie with “As The World Turns”) with a 1.8/6. Only 2.4 million viewers tuned in to see what was happening in Pine Valley, a mere 200,000 viewer advantage over daytime’s lowest rated drama “Guiding Light.” “Light” placed 8th among all soap operas with a 1.6/5 in households and 2.2 million viewers, a massive decline of 400,000 viewers from last year.

      Overall “The Young and the Restless” lost the most viewers year-over-year with 5.1 million viewers, a decline of 469,000 from last year. “The Bold and the Beautiful” lost the least amount of viewers year-over-year with 3.5 million viewers, a decline of just 135,000 viewers.

      ABC Daytime handed over the title of biggest loser among the big three networks to CBS, as the network lost just 1 million viewers combined year-to-year, while CBS lost 1.3 million.

      The following is the final ratings report for the Week of August 11, 2008:

      HOUSEHOLD RANK/SHARE (change last week/last year)

        1. Y&R 3.6/12 (-.1/-.5)

        2. B&B 2.5/8 (-.1/-.2)

        3. DAYS 2.4/8 (+.5/+.4)

        4. GH 2.2/7 (+.1/-.2)

        5. OLTL 1.9/6 (same/-.4) < ------- ties low rating

        6. ATWT 1.8/6 (-.1/-.3)

        6. AMC 1.8/6 (-.1/-.4) < --------- new low rating

        8. GL 1.6/5 (same/-.4)

      TOTAL VIEWERS (change last week/last year)

        1. Y&R 5,054,000 (+1,000/-469,000)

        2. B&B 3,471,000 (-110,000/-135,000)

        3. DAYS 3,109,000 (+629,000/+514,000)

        4. GH 2,871,000 (+203,000/-228,000)

        5. OLTL 2,548,000 (+28,000/-364,000)

        6. ATWT 2,536,000 (-91,000/-302,000)

        7. AMC 2,374,000 (-91,000/-437,000)

        8. GL 2,234,000 (-69,000/-407,000)

      WOMEN 18-49 RATING (change last week/last year)

        1. Y&R 1.7/11 (+.1/same)

        2. GH 1.4/9 (+.2/-.2)

        3. DAYS 1.3/8 (+.3/-.1)

        4. OLTL 1.2/7 (same/-.2)

        5. AMC 1.1/7 (same/-.1)

        5. B&B 1.1/7 (same/same)

        7. ATWT 0.9/6 (-.1/-.1)

        7. GL 0.9/5 (same/-.2) < -------- ties low rating

      WOMEN 18-49 VIEWERS (change last week/last year)

        1. Y&R 1,101,000 (+36,000/-45,000)

        2. GH 928,000 (+124,000/-98,000)

        3. DAYS 827,000 (+169,000/-81,000)

        4. OLTL 773,000 (-17,000/-145,000)

        5. AMC 729,000 (-22,000/-68,000)

        6. B&B 722,000 (-14,000/-20,000)

        7. ATWT 617,000 (-21,000/-34,000)

        8. GL 577,000 (-13,000/-154,000)

      GIRL 12-17 VIEWERS (change last week/last year)

        1. OLTL 72,000 (+21,000/+33,000)

        2. DAYS 70,000 (+25,000/+4,000)

        2. AMC 70,000 (+19,000/+26,000)

        4. Y&R 67,000 (+35,000/-34,000)

        5. B&B 64,000 (+48,000/+9,000)

        6. ATWT 53,000 (+36,000/+2,000)

        7. GH 48,000 (+18,000/-4,000)

        8. GL 46,000 (+26,000/-3,000)

      WOMEN 18-34 RATING (change last week/last year)

        1. DAYS 1.1/7 (+.4/-.3)

        2. GH 1.0/6 (+.3/-.1)

        3. Y&R 0.9/6 (same/-.2)

        4. OLTL 0.8/5 (same/-.2)

        5. AMC 0.7/4 (same/-.2)

        6. ATWT 0.5/3 (same/-.2)

        6. B&B 0.5/3 (-.1/-.3)

        8. GL 0.4/2 (same/-.4)

      MEN 18+ VIEWERS (change last week/last year)

        1. Y&R 1,242,000 (+12,000/-109,000)

        2. DAYS 801,000 (+313,000/+335,000)

        3. B&B 795,000 (-13,000/-40,000)

        4. GH 527,000 (+29,000/-83,000)

        5. ATWT 522,000 (-16,000/-75,000)

        6. GL 462,000 (same/-64,000)

        7. OLTL 453,000 (-10,000/-91,000)

        8. AMC 439,000 (-72,000/-130,000)

        Source: NTI, Live + Same Day

      Thursday, August 21, 2008 7:46 PM ET | By Errol Lewis

      ( — Openly Gay Actor and activist, Chad Allen, 34, is joining the cast of the SOAPnet Original Series, “General Hospital: Night Shift” as a love interest for Dr. Kyle Julian (Adam Grimes).

      Allen will portray Eric Whitlow , a patient needing a liver transplant who arrives at General Hospital seeking medical attention. He is assisted by Dr. Julian, a gay medical intern, and the two form a romantic relationship as they work together in finding Eric a suitable donor. The actor joins the primetime soap on Tuesday, September 23 for three episodes.

      “We’re delighted to have Chad join our show because, not only is he a remarkable actor, he’s also an amazing activist. For years I have been inspired by Chad and welcome the honesty and authenticity that he will bring to our show,” said head writer Sri Rao.

      Allen is best known for his role as Matthew Cooper in the CBS series “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” in the early 1990′s. He has also appeared in “NYPD Blue,” “Criminal Minds” and “St. Elsewhere.” He can currently be seen in the here! original television movies “Third Man Out,” “Shock to the System” and “On the Other Hand,” a series of films based on the popular Donald Strachey Mystery novels by Richard Stevenson about a gay private detective in Albany, NY. He will star in the next chapter, “Death and Ice Blues,” which is set for release later this year.

      “General Hospital: Night Shift” airs Tuesdays on SOAPnet. Mondays on DirecTV’s The 101. Check local listings.

      • General Hospital: Night Shift
      • Chad Allen

        Thursday, August 21, 2008 7:03 PM ET | By Errol Lewis

        ( — Roscoe Born is out at NBC’s “Days of our Lives.”

        As we first reported to you on our message boards earlier this week, Roscoe Born is leaving the soap this fall due to storyline purposes. Born joined the series in May 2008 as Trent Robbins, Max Brady’s (Darin Brooks) biological father.

        A “Days of our Lives” spokeswoman was able to confirm the actors departure and informed Soap Opera Network that “Roscoe will continue to have story well into the end of September.”

        According to sources, Born’s firing is unrelated to the firing of Ed Scott, who was replaced by Gary Tomlin on Friday, August 15.

        Prior to his work on “Days of our Lives,” Born had starring roles on all current daytime soap operas with the exception of “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “General Hospital.” He has also appeared in such shows as “Murder, She Wrote” and “Six Million Dollar Man.” He starred in the film “Powwow Highway” along-side “One Life to Live” bound A. Martinez.

        “Days of our Lives” airs Weekdays on NBC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on iTunes. Check local listings.

        • Days of our Lives
        • Roscoe Born

          Thursday, August 21, 2008 10:27 AM ET | By Errol Lewis

          ( — What does Bradford, Ricky, Kassie, Jason, Kimberly, Bryan, Van, Rebecca and Bob all have in common?

          Well, if you saw the image at the right-hand side of this article, you’ve probably guessed…they are all part of the newest soap cruise, which allows fans the opportunity to get closer to their favorite daytime stars than ever before.

          For four days and three wonderful nights, fans will get the chance to spend time with their favorite stars from all of daytime television including Bradford Anderson (Spinelli, “General Hospital”), Brandon Barash (Johnny, “General Hospital”), Kathy Brier (Marcie, “One Life to Live”), Rebecca Budig (Greenlee, “All My Children”), Bryan Dattilo (Lucas, “Days of our Lives”), Kassie DePaiva (Blair, “One Life to Live”), Bobbie Eakes (Krystal, “All My Children”), Ricky Paull Goldin (Jake, “All My Children”), Van Hansis (Luke, “As The World Turns”), Susan Haskell (Marty, “One Life to Live”), Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe, “The Young and the Restless”), Thorsten Kaye (Zach, “All My Children”), Thad Luckinbill (JT, “The Young and the Restless”), Constantine Maroulis (Constantine, “The Bold and the Beautiful”), Kimberly McCullough (Robin, “General Hospital”), Alicia Minshew (Kendall, “All My Children”), Kelly Monaco (Sam, “General Hospital”), Eden Riegel (Eden, “Imaginary Bitches”), Greg Rikaart (Kevin, “The Young and the Restless”), Jake Silbermann (Noah, “As The World Turns”), Aiden Turner (Aidan, “All My Children”), Bree Williamson (Jessica, “One Life to Live”), Jason Thompson (Patrick, “General Hospital”), and Bob Guiney (“The Bachelor”). Ok, so Bob isn’t a daytime soap star, but he is married to one (Budig).

          Setting sail on Friday, March 20, 2009 to Ensenada, Mexico, the “Rock the Soap Cruise” not only gives fans a chance to mingle with their favorites, they’ll also get complimentary meals, full use of cruise facilities, 24-hour room service and nothing but ocean water and cool breeze. Ship of choice is courtesy of Carnival Cruise Lines.

          Events include:

          * Rock The Soap Cruise Welcome Cocktail Party with open bar

          * Rock The Soap Party with DJ Aiden Turner

          * Rock The Soap Talk Show with celebrity interviews, clips and stories

          * Rock The Soap Meet and Greet Session with all your favorites

          * Rock The Soap Fantasy Camp where fans act out scenes with celebs

          * Rock The Soap Trivia Contest with special prizes

          * Rock The Soap Concert with your favorite soap stars & Bob Guiney Band

          * Rock The Soap Karaoke Contest and Duets with your favorite stars

          * Rock The Soap Farewell Cocktail Party with open bar

          * All events hosted by TV Personality Bob Guiney

          * Full Access to all of Carnival’s activities and facilities!

          * Chances to enter other onboard drawings for exclusive Rock The Soap Events!

          The first 300 passengers will receive VIP Breakfast with the Stars, and will be entered in a special drawing to receive front row tickets to the Rock The Soap Concert.

          To get more information on how to purchase tickets and see a cool introductory video produced by Bob Guiney, go to

          • Bradford Anderson
          • Rock the Soap Cruise

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            ( — Gary Tomlin officially takes over “Days of our Lives” from Ed Scott.

            In the most unusual press release ever issued by a television studio or network, Sony Pictures Television and Corday Productions, Inc., producers of “Days of our Lives,” put rumors to rest and officially announced that former “One Life to Live” Executive Producer, Gary Tomlin, would be taking over Co-Executive Producer reins at the NBC soap opera. He replaces Ed Scott.

            “I have decided that it’s in the best interest of the show’s future to make this change in order to improve ‘Days’ both visually and emotionally,” said Ken Corday, Executive Producer. “We at ‘Days’ are grateful to Ed Scott for all of his contributions and amazing energy over the past year. Gary Tomlin brings a long successful history of being an actor’s producer and a writer’s producer to our cast and crew and I know the viewers will see the immediate results of this change for the better.”

            Scott was reportedly fired on Friday, August 15, after rumored battles with Corday and the soaps head writer, Dena Higley.

            “I’m very happy to be back at ‘Days’ where I began behind the scenes in the early 80’s,” said Gary Tomlin, new Co-Executive Producer. “It’s wonderful to be given the opportunity to work with Ken Corday.”

            Tomlin began his career in daytime in 1973, when he was cast in the contract role of Bruce Carson on “Search for Tomorrow.” He later appeared as Morgan Simpson on NBC’s “Another World” in 1979. His work behind-the-scenes began in 1980, when he joined “DAYS” as its co-head writer. He held the position until 1981. Later, he went on to co-head write at his old stomping ground, “Another World” for two years starting in 1984. In the late 1980′s/early 1990′s, Tomlin began writing scripts for “Santa Barbara” and directing episodes for both “Another World” and “One Life to Live.” In 1995 he joined “All My Children” as a producer. Upon the debut of NBC’s “Sunset Beach” in 1997 through its last airing in 1999, Tomlin was credited as the shows Executive Producer. He joined “One Life to Live” as its Executive Producer in November 2000, but his first credited episodes did not air until January 2001. He left the ABC soap in August 2003. He was replaced by current “One Life” Executive Producer, Frank Valentini.

            For his work on “One Life to Live,” Tomlin won the soap its one and only Outstanding Drama Series Emmy Award in 2003. The series turned 40 years-old on July 15, 2008.

            “Days of our Lives” airs Weekdays on NBC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on iTunes. Check local listings.

            Thursday, August 21, 2008 5:15 AM ET | By Errol Lewis

            ( — “The Young and the Restless” is about to get a new Executive Producer according to published reports, but are those reports accurate?

            According to TV Guide Canada‘s Nelson Branco in his latest Suds Report column, “Young and Restless” Executive Producer, Josh Griffith, was fired the same day that Ed Scott was replaced by Gary Tomlin as Executive Producer at “Days of our Lives.” However, according to a statement released by Sony Pictures Television, producers of “Y&R,” to Soap Opera Digest, everything indicates that all is honky-dory in Genoa City.

            Josh Griffith is “still here and still the executive producer,” said a “Y&R” representative.

            Griffith was named Executive Producer and Head Writer of “The Young and the Restless” in November 2007 after going fi-core status during the WGA Writer’s Strike. He replaced Lynn Marie Latham, who also pulled double duty as Executive Producer and Head Writer. Latham was fired along with her husband Bernard Lechowick, who served as a Creative Consultant, and writers Marina Alburger and Lynsey Dufour in February 2008.

            The producer is best known for his work on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” where he served as co-head writer along-side Michael Malone in the early 1990′s. The duo won the Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series Emmy for “One Life” in 1994. Griffith got his start in television as a Breakdown Writer/Script Writer for NBC’s “Santa Barbara” in 1988.

            “The Young and the Restless” airs Weekdays on CBS. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on Check local listings.

            • The Young and the Restless
            • Josh Griffith

              Llanview Welcomes New, Familiar Faces

              Thursday, August 21, 2008 1:45 AM EDT | By Scotty Gore

              ( — It may still be the lazy days of summer, but “One Life to Live” is abuzz with activity in the casting department.

              As summer readies to morph into autumn, “One Life to Live” prepares to make some changes in the casting department. Those changes include the return of a recently departed actress, the addition of a soap veteran, and a cameo appearance of a teenage girl “OLTL” consulted when penning Starr’s pregnancy storyline.

              “OLTL” fans can expect Rex and Gigi’s budding romance to encounter a roadblock next month as Melissa Fumero reprises her role as Rex’s estranged wife Adriana Cramer Balsom. According to a recent interview with her husband/ex co-star David Fumero (Cristian Vega), Ms. Fumero will be returning to Llanview for a handful of episodes in September to help tie up a few loose ends concerning Rex and Adriana’s relationship. Fumero left “OLTL” in June shortly after Rex and Adriana were joined in holy matrimony; she joined the soap as the long-lost daughter of Dorian Lord in January of 2004. While no first airdate has been set, viewers can expect to see Adriana resurface in Llanview sometime in September, for a reported fifteen-episode stint.

              While Melissa Fumero is only returning to Llanview for a few episodes, fans can expect to see more of her husband David Fumero in the coming months. Earlier this month Fumero inked a new contract with “OLTL” to keep his character Cristian Vega rooted in Llanview for the foreseeable future. Fumero has portrayed the younger Vega brother on and off since 1998.

              Soap veteran A. Martinez joined the cast of “OLTL” on August 5th. The 59-year-old Martinez won a Daytime Emmy for his portrayal of Cruz Castillo on “Santa Barbara” (1984-1992). He also portrayed FBI Informant Roy DiLucca on “General Hospital” from 1999-2002. Between 2000 and 2002, Martinez also won three consecutive American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Awards. Other television credits include appearances on the primetime dramas “Profiler, “LA Law,” and “CSI,” as well in the feature films “Powwow Highway” and “What’s Cooking?.” And in 2003, he released his first album, entitled “Fragrance and Thom”.

              When asked about his decision to join “OLTL,” Martinez told Soap Opera Digest that “I have a lot of faith in ‘OLTL’s’ storytelling,” and that “I’ve been watching Bob Woods [Bo], like the rest of the country, my whole life!” Martinez, who will portray Langston Wilde (Brittany Underwood)’s uncle Ray Montez, is reported to first air on September 10th. His character is expected to be involved in Clint Buchanan’s attempt to regain control of Buchanan Enterprises from Dorian Lord. It is speculated that the character of Ray Montez will soon be joined by his wife and daughter, since “OLTL” recently announced it was in the process of bringing a new Latino family to Llanview.

              Despite reports to the contrary, Thom Christopher remains a part of the “OLTL” cast and will continue to air through at least September, as Carlo Hesser enacts his revenge against Cristian Vega.

              Kevin Spirtas exits “OLTL” on August 28th when his character Jonas Chamberlin is humilated by new bride Talia Sahid and her lover Antonio Vega. The former “Days of Our Lives” actor made in “OLTL” debut in June.

              In other casting news…

              Scott Evans returns as Oliver Fish on September 2nd when John McBain enlists the rookie cop’s aid in identifying Todd Manning’s ‘mystery woman.’ Evans was last seen early this year when he joined the Cherryvale PD, which allowed Officer Talia Sahid to remain in Llanview.

              Ashley Wilkens makes her acting debut August 20th on “OLTL” as an assistant at Starr’s obstetrician’s office. The 18-year-old Indianapolis native successfully found a caring family to adopt her baby after she became pregnant at the age of 16. Since then, Wilkens has worked closely with The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. Wilkens urges pregnant teen girls to consider adoption as an alternative, and has shared her touching story with People, “The Montel Williams Show,” and Soap Opera Digest. Before crafting the storyline in which 16-year-old Starr Manning became pregnant following a one night roll in the hay with boyfriend Cole Thornhart, the “OLTL” writing crew consulted with Wilkens on how best to handle the storyline, which included Starr’s decision to allow Marcie Walsh McBain to adopt her baby.

              On that same date, Maureen Mueller first airs as Dr. Joplin, Starr’s obstetrician.

              Jack MacGruder reprises his recurring role as Simon Kenton, Asa Buchanan’s P.I., on August 20th when Clint orders him to dig up dirt on Langston. MacGruder was last seen in Llanview doing Asa’s dirty work in 2006.

              Brian Victor Johnson portrays a young Asa Buchanan on August 22nd, while Robert S. Woods’ (Bo Buchanan) real-life son Tanner Woods makes an appearance as a younger version of his father’s character on August 26th.

              Todd Manning gets a new bodyguard (portrayed by Shawn T. Andrew) beginning August 25th.

              Lea DeLaria (Madam Delphina) was recently signed to a short-term contract by “OLTL.”

              Look for Tallulah Bean, the female Shit-zu who portrays the canine David Vickers, to continue to appear on screen through at least October, and perhaps longer.

              DeWanda Wise, who recently premiered on “OLTL” as the woman whom Vincent Jones used to cheat on Layla Williamson, has been signed to a contract by the daytime drama.

              Look for Erika Slezak (Viki Davidson) to return from her annual summer vacation in early October.

              Look for more dayplayer roles in the coming weeks.

              And “OLTL” is currently working to cast the role of “Lola,” who may turn out to be Langston’s cousin.

              “One Life to Live” air Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.

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