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My View of Llanview: November 15 Edition

Monday, November 15, 2010 at 12:01 AM ET by Scotty Gore

Photo: Errol Lewis/SON

( — Is “One Life to Live” starting to get its groove back?

I have to say that, after watching the show the past few weeks, it seems as if “OLTL” has turned the corner…finally. And the reason for the sudden is, oddly enough, Kim Zimmer. Yes that would be the same Kim Zimmer that was the butt of weight jokes, scenery chewing claims, and sub-par acting abilities.

As strange as it may seem, Kim Zimmer is one of the biggest things “One Life” has going for it right now. She has really stepped up and is knocking it out of the park with her scenes with other veteran soap stars like Erika Slezak, Jerry verDorn, Brian Kerwin, and Robin Strasser. Imagine that. People who can actually act. Who would have thought that it would have taken something like that for “OLTL” to be the highest rated ABC soap just a couple of weeks ago?

Could it be that the brass at “One Life to Live” and ABC are finally getting a hint about much of their audience wants to see? Eh, probably not considering the Ford brothers (along with their momma and daddy) are still hogging up way to much airtime, Langston continues to serve no real function, and Starr remains as overexposed as ever, but hey, at least it’s a start.

The only real downside to all of this is that they just had to make Rex be her biological son. The character of Rex is way beyond played out and John-Paul Lavoisier’s facial expressions leave absolutely nothing to be desired. Rex Balsom is an annoying one-note character that has no real range and couldn’t be anymore of a clown if he were Ronald McDonald himself. And he isn’t even good for comic relief the way David Vickers was before Tuc Watkins wore out his welcome by coming and going literally every few months for the past several years.

So it’s a shame that this dumbass of a character is one of the few blemishes on what has otherwise been a fairly entertaining storyline. Notice I didn’t say great….but it is the closest I have seen to that on “One Life to Live” in quite some time, and believe me that is really saying a lot. The only other thing that bugs me about all of this is how they seem to keep changing around the timeline from all those years ago as to who knew what and when. For example, just exactly when did Clint realize without a doubt that he was really Rex’s biological father? And at what point did Echo hook-up with Charlie after she left Llanview? The basic details of this storyline seem to change almost from day-to-day. But I suppose it’s not as bad as some of the reasoning the writers gave for Eli’s motivation for all his evil deeds. Now that got be downright painful after awhile.

Despite all of that however, I must say that I have rather enjoyed watching Echo, Viki, Charlie, Clint, and Dorian all mix it up these past six weeks. It was a welcome relief after the summer when it was easier to find Waldo than to locate anyone over the age of about 23 or 24 in Llanview.

So for now I will remain cautiously optimistic that this improvement in the overall status of the show will continue, even though history doesn’t appear to be on my side with regards to that. Chances are this show will take another nosedive just when things start to get really, really juicy again. Honestly, sometimes I think this show is bipolar, considering how it often seems to go from good to bad at the snap of a finger. It’s like riding on a roller coaster with all the ups and downs…which is especially bad for me, considering as how motion sickness is one of the my burdens in life.

Anyway, moving on, no one correctly guessed the identity of last time’s mystery “OLTL” guest star, which was former WGNO-TV ABC26 news anchor Liz Reyes.

In case you missed the clues, here they are: This former New Orleans television television news anchor popped up in Llanview in early 2009 in a bit part that put her in scenes with David Vickers.

Now it’s time to play another round of “Llanview, Who Am I?,” a new feature where you have to use the clues to figure out the identity of some mystery celebrity guest stars from “OLTL’s” past. See if you can figure it out. Good luck!!!

This Canadian country music breezed through Llanview nearly a decade ago playing herself and promoting her debut album. While in town, she asked for Al Holden’s help and caught a break when Al’s mother Gabrielle Medina helped her land a singing gig at the Llanview Country Club.

So who is this mystery celebrity from the past? I’ll have the answers in the November 30th edition of My View of Llanview. And don’t forget to check out my Twitter page for all the latest “OLTL” news and information at SON.

Now, before I wrap up this column, I’m going to look into my crystal ball and give you a quick sneak peek at a few things coming up a few weeks down the road. These are for the week of November 29th. One woman agrees to to shocking proposition, but with strings attached. Two old flames are caught kissing by an unlikely person. A young couple decides it’s time to take the next step in their relationship. One man seeks the assistance of someone in a position of power. A father is handed a gun and sent on a secret mission. Two mothers from different generations release their pent up hostility at one another. And someone finds themselves in a precarious predicament.

Well that’s wraps up yet another column. I have spent much of the past week trying to catch up with my chores — both at SON and in real ife. The recent election closed one chapter of my life when I was re-elected to another term as a city commissioner in my hometown, giving me another two-year break from campaigning. Now with the change of seasons comes the laborious job of raking leaves and dragging out the Christmas decorations once more. But I love it. It is the most wonderful time of the year after all, according to Andy Williams anyway. So take care, have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving, and until next time remember, we only have “One Life to Live”…

“One Life to Live” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on and Check local listings.


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    ‘Survival of Soap Opera’ Book Goes on Sale

    Sunday, November 14, 2010 at 11:30 PM ET by Scotty Gore

    Photo: Univ. Press of Mississippi

    ( — The Survival of Soap Opera: Transformations for a New Media Era is scheduled to be officially released on Wednesday, December 1st by the University Press of Mississippi. The anthology, which is edited by Sam Ford, Abigail De Kosnik, and C. Lee Harrington, discusses the current and future state of the faltering soap opera genre, along with how the traditional daytime drama format will either reach or lose its audience in the Age of the Internet, and will feature contributions from scholars, critics, industry practitioners and viewers.

    The book, which SON first told you about back in February, “investigates the causes of their dwindling popularity, describes their impact on TV and new media culture, and gleans lessons from their complex history for twenty-first-century media industries. The book contains reflections from established soap scholars such as Robert C. Allen, Louise Spence, Nancy Baym, and Horace Newcomb, along with essays and interviews by emerging scholars, fans, and website moderators, and by soap opera producers, writers, and actors from ABC’s ‘General Hospital,’ CBS’s ‘The Young and the Restless’ and ‘The Bold and the Beautiful,’ and other shows. This diverse group of voices seeks to intervene in the discussion about the fate of soap operas at a critical juncture and speaks to longtime soap viewers, television studies scholars, and media professionals alike,” according to publisher’s website.

    Although it will technically not be released for a few more weeks, you can purchase a copy (and get a sneak preview) from Amazon now. Approximately 320 pages, the 6 x 9 inch hardcover book is selling for $50.00. So be sure to check it out and add it to your reading list today!

    You can also learn more about the book, as well as each of the editors, by clicking here.

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      Kardashian Lays Down the Law in Llanview

      Sunday, November 14, 2010 at 9:45 PM ET by Scotty Gore

      Photo: E! Entertainment

      ( — She may not be a lawyer in real life, however Kourteny Kardashian is about to play one on “One Life to Live.” That’s right, only days after SON first told you that the heiress and socialite was scheduled to make a guest appearance on the ABC soap, details as to the character she will play are revealed.

      The popular celebrity gossip website TMZ is reporting that Kardashian will portray “a sexy attorney who develops a love/hate relationship with a ‘dark-haired guy’ [David Fumero's Cristian Vega] on the show.”

      But don’t expect the role to be a cakewalk for the reality star, who will also reportedly “kiss and punch” one of the show’s male characters.

      Click here to view some exclusive photos of Kardashian outside the “One Life to Live” studios, where she taped her scenes last Thursday (November 11th). Those scenes are expected to air sometime in March.

      “One Life to Live” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on and Check local listings.

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        One Life at a Glance: November 15 Edition

        Photo: ABC

        Saturday, November 13, 2010 at 2:00 AM ET by Scotty Gore

        ( — Destiny wants a new family this week on “One Life to Live.”






        ONE LIFE TO LIVE: At a Glance

        Destiny decides it is finally time  to divorce her “parents.”



        • Monday: (Episode 201085/4385/85) – Rex demands to know who his father is.  James tries to comfort Starr in her hour of need.  Kelly makes a fool of herself.
        • Tuesday: (Episode 201086/4386/86) – Marty continues her vendetta against Natalie.  Nora and Inez argue about Bo.  Echo and Charlie share a warm moment about Rex.
        • Wednesday: (Episode 201087/4387/87) – Marty calls the DNA lab, pretending to be Natalie.  Todd secretly goes to see Greg be sentenced.  Destiny wants to divorce her parents.
        • Thursday: (Episode 201088/4388/88) – Brody threatens to get Marty fired.  John delivers a mysterious box to Blair.  Kelly encounters Kevin in London.
        • Friday: (Episode 201089/4389/89) – Rex and Gigi may finally make love again.  The DNA results are in on the fathers of Natalie and Jessica’s babies.  Blair puts the moves on Ford.

        “One Life to Live” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on and Check local listings.

        Pictured: Frankie Faison, Tonye Patano, & Shenell Edmonds courtesy JPI
        Season 2010

        Friday, November 12, 2010 6:00 PM ET | By Angela Rosa

        ( — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Friday, November 12, 2010.


        Zach goes to help Ryan. Ryan gets himself into Pearson’s room and gets some information. As Ryan and Greenlee get ready to leave the hotel, they encounter Zach in the alley.

        Asher blows things off as nothing when Colby says she doesn’t want things to happen again between them. Colby tells Damon about her kiss with Asher.

        Caleb fumes as he watches Asher’s angry accusations on TV. Erica reassures Caleb he is not a murderer after he gets a call from the SEC. Erica informs Caleb she’s booked a flight to Washington, D.C. and advises him to go and give Asher a reason not to hate him. Opal welcomes Asher into the family and over breakfast tells him about Palmer.

        On the Next All My Children…

        • Colby tells JR to stop using Asher to get back at Caleb.
        • Caleb holds important information back from Asher.
        • Zach helps Greenlee and Ryan get to the island where Nick Pearson is staying.

        “All My Children” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.

        GH Recap: Friday, November 12, 2010

        Friday, November 12, 2010 6:00 PM ET | By Angela Rosa

        ( — “General Hospital” Episode Recap – Friday, November 12, 2010.


        Brenda realizes Lulu is jealous and counsels Lulu not to lose herself in her relationship. Carly meets with a witness who confirms that Dante and Brenda had a sexual relationship. Jason promises to keep Brenda’s secret, even from Sonny. Brenda and Dante meet secretly to discuss their past.

        Robin is convinced she has caught Lisa trying to harm her once again – but when Steve tests the needle, it turns out to be arthritis medication for the patient next door. Furious, Lisa threatens to go to the board for Robin’s termination. Lisa tries to lure Patrick to Jake’s under the guise of reconciliation.

        Fearing Claire will be fired, Sonny hopes the break-up will allow her to salvage her career.

        On the Next General Hospital…

        • Will Carly make public the past relationship between Dante and Brenda?
        • Dante and Sonny have flashbacks about Brenda.
        • Lulu and Siobhan exchange honest words.

        “General Hospital” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.

        OLTL Recap: Friday, November 12, 2010

        Friday, November 12, 2010 6:00 PM ET | By Scotty Gore

        ( — “One Life to Live” Episode Recap – Friday, November 12, 2010.


        Todd and Téa’s welcome back from the dead party continues.

         Viki won’t let Echo leave without saying who Rex’s parents are. Rex walks in as Echo blurts that she’s his mother.

         John dismisses Marty’s attempt to hand him Natalie’s amino records that indicate a DNA test is pending.

        Ford and Langston set out to have an actual relationship.

        Starr tries to have sex with James, but James refuses.

        Kelly tells Rex she lost her spark after Joey.

        On the Next One Life to Live…

        • Rex wants to know who is father is.
        • James works to console Starr.
        • Kelly embarrasses herself.

        “One Life to Live” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on and Check local listings.

        Friday, November 12, 2010 at 1:00 PM ET by Xavier Toups

        Photo: ABC

        ( — Ratings Report for the Week of November 1 – 5, 2010.


        Numbers are based on Live+Same Day ratings

        Ratings for the week November 1-5, 2010

        (Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)

        Note: On Wednesday, November 3, soaps were pre-empted from 1pm-2pm on the East Coast.

        Total Viewers
        1. Y&R 4,790,000 (-88,000/-44,000)
        2. B&B 3,043,000 (-65,000/-99,000)
        3. DAYS 2,426,000 (+2,000/-440,000)
        4. GH 2,407,000 (+125,000/-375,000)
        5. OLTL 2,368,000 (+23,00/-82,000)
        6. AMC 2,321,000 (+51,000/-255,000)

        1. Y&R 3.4/12 (same/-.1) <- ties low rating (3rd straight week)
        2. B&B 2.2/8 (same/-.1)
        3. DAYS 1.8/6 (same/-.3)
        3. AMC 1.8/6 (+.1/-.2)
        5. OLTL 1.7/6 (-.1/-.2)
        5. GH 1.7/5 (same/-.4) <- ties low rating (2nd straight week)

        Women 18-49 Viewers
        1. Y&R 1,003,000 (-33,000/-120,000)
        2. GH 782,000 (+95,000/-137,000)
        3. DAYS 660,000 (-10,000/-209,000)
        4. OLTL 623,000 (-6,000/-99,000)
        5. B&B 618,000 (-32,000/-86,000)
        6. AMC 551,000 (+23,000/-150,000)

        Women 18-49 Rating
        1. Y&R 1.5/10 (-.1/-.2) <- ties low rating (Last time: October 18-22, 2010)
        2. GH 1.2/7 (+.2/-.2)
        3. DAYS 1.0/7 (same/-.3)
        4. B&B 0.9/6 (-.1/-.2) <- ties low rating (Last time: September 27 – October 1, 2010)
        4. OLTL 0.9/6 (-.1/-.2) <- ties low rating (Last time: October 18-22, 2010)
        6. AMC 0.8/5 (same/-.3) <- ties low rating (3rd straigth week)

        Girls 12-17 Viewers
        1. Y&R 48,000 (+3,000/+18,000)
        2. B&B 38,000 (+6,000/+13,000)
        3. DAYS 32,000 (+9,000/+1,000)
        3. GH 32,000 (-2,000/-44,000)
        5. OLTL 20,000 (-8,000/-26,000)
        6. AMC 15,000 (+3,000/-3,000)

        Women 18-34 Rating
        1. Y&R 0.8/6 (same/-.3) <- ties low rating (3rd straigth week)
        1. GH 0.8/5 (+.2/-.3)
        3. DAYS 0.7/5 (same/-.3)
        4. OLTL 0.6/4 (same/-.3)
        5. B&B 0.5/3 (same/-.2)
        5. AMC 0.5/3 (same/-.4) <- ties low rating (3rd straigth week)

        Men 18+ Viewers
        1. Y&R 1,164,000 (-70,000/+52,000)
        2. B&B 655,000 (-35,000/+15,000)
        3. DAYS 542,000 (-5,000/-8,000)
        4. AMC 455,000 (+26,000/+2,000)
        5. OLTL 450,000 (+44,000/+54,000)
        6. GH 446,000 (+38,000/-34,000)


        Day-To-Day Ratings – HH/Total Viewers

        Monday: 2.0/2,643,000
        Tuesday: 1.7/2,136,000
        Thursday: 1.7/2,267,000
        Friday: 1.7/2,239,000

        Monday: 2.3/3,149,000
        Tuesday: 2.1/2,970,000
        Thursday: 2.3/3,100,000
        Friday: 2.1/2,954,000

        Monday: 1.8/2,418,000
        Tuesday: 1.8/2,477,000
        Thursday: 1.7/2,343,000
        Friday: 1.8/2,465,000

        Monday: 1.9/2,569,000
        Tuesday: 1.6/2,289,000
        Wednesday: 1.8/2,589,000
        Thursday: 1.6/2,233,000
        Friday: 1.7/2,355,000

        Monday: 1.9/2,581,000
        Tuesday: 1.7/2,233,000
        Wednesday: 1.8/2,390,000
        Thursday: 1.7/2,291,000
        Friday: 1.7/2,345,000

        Monday: 3.5/4,840,000
        Tuesday: 3.5/4,943,000
        Wednesday: 3.2/4,435,000
        Thursday: 3.4/4,795,000
        Friday: 3.3/4,759,000


        For the SEASON September 20, 2010 through November 7, 2010

        1. Y&R 3.6
        2. B&B 2.3
        3. GH 1.9
        3. DAYS 1.9
        5. AMC 1.8
        5. OLTL 1.8

        Women 18-49 Rating

        1. Y&R 1.7
        2. GH 1.4
        3. DAYS 1.2
        4. B&B 1.0
        4. OLTL 1.0
        6. AMC 0.9


        Ratings Archive

        Friday, November 12, 2010 at 8:00 AM ET by Angela Rosa

        Photo: Laura-Marie Duncan

        ( — A look at what’s happening on “All My Children” during the week of November 15, 2010.


        Caleb struggles to connect with Asher. Colby’s attraction to Asher grows. Caleb reaches out to Colby for help. Will JR say the words Annie’s longing to hear from him on Monday, November 15? Kendall invites JR and Annie to the big Thanksgiving dinner she’s planning. Annie tells JR she wants to have what Zach and Kendall share. JR points out to Annie that the pair didn’t get to where they are without overcoming more than their share of problems. Kendall tells Bianca about her plans for her and Zach’s renewal of vows. Fate slams the Slater’s with a tragic blow on Thursday, November 18. Griffin examines Kendall after she’s hit with a sudden dizzy spell at the hospital. On Friday, November 19, a threatened Erica presses Jackson to push up their wedding date after listening to him talk about Krystal.

        The Inside Story: What Goes Up…
        Zach helps Greenlee and Ryan get to the island where Nick is staying. Ryan makes Greenlee a promise about their future after another disappointing search for Nick. Greenlee and Ryan make love on Tuesday, November 16. Liza clashes with Opal and Tad about the trial. Krystal supports Jackson who frets that he’s let his daughter down. Liza informs Jackson and Krystal that the jury has reached a verdict. Ryan and Greenlee find Nick. On Wednesday, November 17, Nick gives Greenlee what she’s looking for. Greenlee calls Jackson and gives him the good news. Ryan and Greenlee bask in their love. Jackson reels when Greenlee greets him back home with the news that the new evidence has been destroyed.

        A Closer Look: Demons of the Past
        Jake confides in Angie about his ex-wife, Carolyn, contacting him. Amanda gets to know Dr. Griffin Castillo (Jordi Vilasuso), Pine Valley Hospital’s new cardiologist. Griffin exhibits a delightful bedside manner when Tad brings Opal in with chest pains. Jake punches Griffin after getting a good look at him upon arriving on the scene on Tuesday, November 16. Jake explains to Amanda that Griffin is the man who stole Carolyn from him in Sudan. Amanda asks Griffin to lunch hoping to learn more about what happened in Sudan. On Friday, November 19, Jake talks with Tad about what Griffin did to break up his marriage. Griffin spills to Amanda that Carolyn has contacted Jake about a position with Doctors without Borders.

        All My Children News and Headlines:


        • Shock gives way to chaos as the actual person behind David’s demise makes a dramatic entrance into court. (Soap Opera Digest)
        • News of Zach’s fatal plane crash spreads through Pine Valley. (Soap Opera Digest)

        “All My Children” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings. “AMC” also airs online at and can be accessed 24/7.

        OLTL PreVUE: Week of November 15 Edition

        Friday, November 12, 2010 at 8:00 AM ET by Scotty Gore

        Photo: Robert Milazzo/ABC

        ( — A look at what’s happening on “One Life to Live” during the week of November 15, 2010.


        James tries to comfort Starr.  A drunken Kelly leaves a number of embarrassing voicemail messages for Joey on Monday, November 15, which later leaves her horrified when she realizes what she’s done.  Kelly decides to go to London to see Joey in person, only to bump into Kevin instead.  Ford returns home to find his dad with a hooker.  Bo promises to make Eddie’s life miserable if he stays in Llanview.  Nora and Inez argue over Bo, who happens to walk in on the confrontation on Wednesday, November 17.  Langston confesses to Blair that she and Ford have been seeing one another again.  By Friday, November 19, Langston tells Ford that their future won’t include sex.  Blair flirts with Ford while he is on a date with Langston.  Todd watches as Greg is sentenced to prison.  And, after learning that Greg killed her mother, Destiny asks Téa to help her divorce her “parents.” 

        The Inside Story: Daddy Dearest

        Echo admits to Rex and the entire crowd gathered at Todd and Téa’s party that she is his mother on Monday, November 15.  Shocked, Rex demands to know who his father is as well.  Echo, Charlie, and Clint all agree to have their DNA tested.  On Tuesday, November 16, Dorian thinks that Clint is Rex’s biological father and attempts to break into his secret drawer in order to get some proof.  Meanwhile, at the DNA clinic, Charlie and Echo share a warm moment while discussing Rex, who suddenly decides he doesn’t want to get tested himself.  However, he soon changes his mind and has a test performed, along with the others.  While snooping through Clint’s desk on Wednesday, November 17, Dorian trips an alarm and is caught red-handed by Matthew.  After worming her way out of a tight spot, Dorian meets up with Viki.  Putting their heads together, the two women quickly realize that Clint forged the Rick/Lili letters and sent Rex on a dead end on Thursday, November 18.  Across town, Clint obtains a key card for the gentics lab where the test is bing conducted. Rex and Gigi patch things up, and finally have sex on Friday, November 19.  Viki confronts Clint with Dorian’s assumption that his having half of the necklace indicates that he is really Rex’s father.  Echo nearly confesses the truth to Charlie.  Viki returns the other half of the necklace to Echo.  Clint gives one of his employees two specific orders, and later joins Viki, Charlie, Echo, and Rex as the DNA test results are about to be announced.

        A Closer Look: Vengence

        Marty gets proof regarding why Natalie had a DNA test performed, and decides to pay Jessica a visit on Tuesday, November 16.  Vivian tells Natalie that Marty has stolen her amino records.  At the same time, Marty impersonates Natalie while calling the DNA lab and considers showing Brody’s psychiartic records to Jessica.  By Wednesday, November 17, Brody realizes Marty knows the truth and threatens to get her fired if she doesn’t keep her big mouth shut.  John gives Blair a mysterious box Eli left for her.  Brody tells Natalie that he thinks he was able to convince Marty to back off on Friday, November 19.  Meanwhile, Marty’s day goes from bad to worse when Todd presents her with a document asking her to give up her rights to Hope.  And Jessica and Brody open the results of their DNA test, as does Natalie.

        One Life to Live News and Headlines:


        • Jessica learns who the father of her baby is. (ABC Soaps in Depth)
        • Marty obtains a copy of Natalie’s test results. (ABC Soaps in Depth)
        • Todd’s actions leave Marty fuming. (ABC Soaps in Depth)
        • Matthew begins to figure out what Clint is hiding. (ABC Soaps in Depth)
        • Rex, Charlie, and Echo bond over lunch. (Soap Opera Digest)
        • Roxy kicks Echo to the curb. (Soap Opera Digest)
        • Dani tries to reason with Destiny. (Soap Opera Digest)
        • Eddie crashes the Cramer’s Thanksgiving celebration. (Soap Opera Digest)
        • Joey returns to Llanview. (Cable Guide Spoilers)
        • Viki tells Dorian they were wrong. (Cable Guide Spoilers)
        • Viki and Charlie have an unwelcome house guest. (Cable Guide Spoilers)
        • Clint has an intersting propisition for Inez. (Cable Guide Spoilers)
        • Nate and Matthew have a disagreement. (Cable Guide Spoilers)

        “One Life to Live” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on and Check local listings.

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