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

Errol Lewis, Publisher and Editor in Chief
By Errol Lewis

( — If this is post-sweeps, what happened to the action and adventure of sweeps itself?

Steve Burton


Trevor does not deny any involvement by he nor Claudia in the disappearance of Michael. Claudia vows to destroy everything in Sonny’s life if he hurts Johnny. Kate tries to deny the truth, but succumbs to the realization that Sonny and Claudia did sleep together. Sonny continues to hold Johnny captive despite repeated attempts by Johnny telling Sonny he didn’t take Michael or shoot Kate. Luke and Scott butt-heads.

After weeks of denials, Robin finally reveals that Patrick is indeed the father of her baby. Robin informs Patrick that she can handle her life and their baby’s life on her own, and isn’t surprised when Patrick can’t come to terms with impending fatherhood. Peg tells Michael that he should try to get in contact with his family. Sonny learns of Carly’s pregnancy. Marianna saves the day as Mike finds himself flooded with customers at Kelly’s. Ric and Marianna grow closer.

Jason Suffers Severe Cuts to his Hands

After racing against time to save Elizabeth and Sam from the Text Message Killer’s reign of terror on Monday, March 3, Jason suffers severe cuts to his hands while pulling the two to safety. Upon arrival to General Hospital, Patrick is put in charge of Jason’s medical case and provides him with a grim prognosis – he needs surgery. Patrick promises Jason that he will find him the best surgeons for his operation. What does this mean for Jason Morgan’s future? Stay Tuned!

The Inside Story: The TMK Storyline Reaches Its End

Kelly Monaco Hanging Off Ledge

For the last couple of months Diego Alcazar, better known as the Text Message Killer, has claimed the lives of Leticia Juarez, Emily Quartermaine, Georgie Jones, and Coop Barrett, and has tried to kill Carly Corinthos Jacks and Alexis Davis, but his attempt to kill Sam McCall (Alexis’ daughter) might bring him to his knees.

Nikolas and Nadine find their way to Diego’s lair, but an argument pits the two against each other as Nikolas leaves Nadine in the eyes of danger. Diego attacks Nadine, but Nikolas is unable to immediately save her due to sudden head pains. Finally back to normal, Nikolas is temporarily able to subdue Diego, who has already set the next phase of his deadly plan in motion. Maxie and Spinelli are still trapped in the underground sewer system, but a sudden realization finds the dynamic duo with a way out. Nikolas sees visions of Emily as Diego attempts to claim Maxie as his next victim. Nikolas and Diego battle to the death.

A Closer Look: Port Charles After the Slayings

After the battle to survive is over and the Text Message Killer has been defeated, Nikolas is on the hunt to find Nadine with help from Emily. With things slowly coming back to some normalcy in Port Charles, Carly and Elizabeth argue over Jason’s current circumstance. Lulu continues to feel guilty over Logan’s battle for survival, but she yearns to be with Johnny. Kate and Jax have a talk. Jerry feels the pressure from his partner in crime. Ric inadvertently sets off one of Diego’s hidden bombs with its path of destruction set for the cannery. Johnny writes music with Lulu in mind, while still in his padded cell. Sam feels this is truly the end for her and Lucky. Elizabeth confesses to a truth, and Lucky overhears. Claudia turns to daddy to get what she wants.

What to Watch

- Sam is puzzled by Ian’s behavior.

- Robin and Patrick part on bad terms.

- Elmarie Wendel continues her role of “Peg,” a craggy old woman who helps Michael come to an important decision.

- Jim Palmer returns as “Randy” beginning Wednesday, March 5, when the character heads to Port Charles.


Monday: Nikolas is desperate to hold on to visions of Emily; Lulu worries about Johnny; Jason gets a lead on Michael’s whereabouts.

Tuesday: Nikolas is faced with an impossible choice; Johnny’s time is running out; Jason may call it quits on Sonny.

Wednesday: Nikolas agrees to Ian’s terms; Elizabeth desires Jason; Claudia puts her foot down where Trevor is concerned.

Thursday: Kate stands her ground with Sonny; Marianna stands up to Trevor; Elizabeth isn’t happy with Jason’s decision.

Friday: Claudia’s life is in danger; Sam is stunned by Lucky’s betrayal; Scott confesses to Lulu.

Thoughts on the new format?

Please let me know by emailing me.

Friday, February 29, 2008 6:00 PM | By Errol Lewis

Casey Spooner

( — Visual artist Casey Spooner of Fischerspooner, a collaborative art and performance project he co-founded in 1998, is set to appear on “The Young and the Restless” next month.

Spooner will appear as himself on the March 14 episode of the CBS drama series.

Fischerspooner recently teamed up with French label Kitsune for the release of two new singles. The first, “The Best Revenge” was released on February 4, 2008 and is currently available on iTunes. On March 10, they will release “Danse en France.” Both singles are from their upcoming third album, which was produced by Jeff Salzman. You can learn more about the group at their official website or their MySpace page.

In Related News

Former “Perfect Strangers” star Bronson Pinchot is set to appear as Patrick, the publicist, beginning March 14. He will subsequently appear in the March 18, 19, 24, 25 and 26 episodes of the soap. Pinchot is best known for his role as Balki Bartokomous on the ABC sitcom from 1986 to 1993.

Jerry Douglas returns as the ghost of John Abbott on March 10, 12 and 14. Elizabeth Hendrickson also returns as Chloe on March 12, 13 and 14. Look for Scott Hoxby as Walter Palin on the March 10 episode.

  • The Young and the Restless
  • Casey Spooner
  • Fischerspooner
  • Bronson Pinchot
  • Jerry Douglas
  • Elizabeth Hendrickson
  • Scott Hoxby

    By Errol Lewis

    ( — After the reveal, the story nears its climax as multiple lives hang in the balance.

    Ignacio Serricchio


    Robin can barely contain herself when she’s around Patrick. Angie arrives at General Hospital seeking medical help. Patrick arranges for Angie to be treated at the hospital, despite her lacking medical insurance. Patrick reveals that he posted Joe’s bail. Ian informs Robin and Patrick that their patient has been taking counterfeit prescription drugs and they race to save a life, but they are too late. Patrick asks Robin if he’s the father of her baby. Will Robin finally admit the truth?

    Elizabeth fears she is the one that ran Sam down. Scott yells at Lulu for what she did to Logan after it is revealed that he couldn’t possibly be the Text Message Killer. Carly is hit with abdominal pains during her talk with Jason.

    Sarah Brown and Megan Ward


    Sonny believes the Zacchara’s are behind Kate’s shooting and Michael’s disappearance. Seeking answers, Sonny has a standoff with Claudia, who once again has seduction on her mind. Sonny begins to play Claudia’s little game, but when Jason arrives Claudia departs in a fit of rage. Johnny is knocked unconscious and kidnapped by two thugs hired by Sonny. Humiliated, Claudia pays a visit to Kate, but Kate takes a turn for the worse. Sonny warns Claudia about consequences and leaves her with an ominous message about Johnny. Sonny presents himself to Johnny, who is being held captive in a padded room at an abandoned psychiatric clinic. Claudia tries to make a deal with Jason and warns him that there will be hell to pay if Sonny harms Johnny. A worried Lulu is looking for Johnny, but finds herself meeting Claudia instead. Claudia learns that Sonny is holding Johnny hostage and vows revenge. Claudia returns to General Hospital with the intention of revealing a secret to Kate, which when revealed could spell the end for Kate and Sonny’s relationship.


    The Text Message Killer is revealed to be Diego Alcazar. Diego reveals that it is because of Jason and Sonny that all the women he killed had to die. Maxie finds herself at Sam’s door, but exits before she realizes Diego’s presence – Sam is not as fortunate. Diego ties Sam up and hauls her to his warehouse lair. Diego reveals the final phase in his plans for revenge against Sonny and Jason while planting explosives in the warehouse. Sam attempts to escape, but is recaptured just as Elizabeth finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time. Diego knocks Elizabeth out and handcuffs her in his car with Sam bound and gagged in the trunk. A gun-battle escalates between Max and Diego and their vehicles crash. Seeing an opportunity, Elizabeth tries to rescue Sam. Lucky comes onto the scene hoping to save Sam and Elizabeth, but gun fire is aimed his way.


    - Kate piques Alexis’ interest in her past when Kate calls her Olivia, but Kate is weary of revealing anything.

    - Nikolas is able to live out the memory of Emily’s murder at the hands of the Text Message Killer.

    - Former “3rd Rock from the Sun” star Elmarie Wendel plays the role of “Peg” beginning Thursday, February 28. READ MORE

    - Jim Palmer brings Marianna’s abusive ex “Randy” to Port Charles as “Randy” follows Ric and Marianna to the town during the Week of March 3.


    Monday: Jason tries to rescue Sam and Elizabeth; Maxie and Spinelli fall into a dead end in their pursuit of Diego/The Text Message Killer; Images of Claudia and Sonny having sex haunt Kate.

    Tuesday: Patrick has painful news for Jason; Maxie is trapped between a rock and hard place; Nikolas seeks the ultimate revenge against the killer.

    Wednesday: It’s a battle of the titans as Nikolas and Diego fight to the bitter end; Ian takes a special interest in Sam; Luke and Scott have a war of words.

    Thursday: Jerry feels the pressure from his partner in crime; Ric and Marianna have luck on their side; Patrick confronts Elizabeth about Jake’s true paternity.

    Friday: Jax puts his faith in Jerry, but he might regret his decision; Emily forces Nikolas to face his fears; Lucky overhears Elizabeth’s confession.

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    ABC Daytime Loses Three Million Viewers in One Year

    By Errol Lewis

    ( — With the Daytime Soap Opera almost extinct due to falling ratings week-after-week, it’s anyone’s guess as to how ABC Daytime, once considered the premiere network for soaps, has lost three million viewers in one year for their dramas with no changes expected in sight.

    ABC Daytime

    For the week of February 11, 2008, ABC Daytime’s “General Hospital” held down a 2.3/7 household rating for the third week in a row. The soap averaged 2.9 million viewers, but lost 150,000 total viewers from the week prior (Week of February 4 , 2008). For the comparable week last year (Week of February 12, 2007), “GH” has lost 1.4 million viewers.

    CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” continues to be daytime’s number one drama series with a 4.2/14 household rating and 5.8 million viewers, an increase of nearly 300,000 viewers from the week before. “The Bold and the Beautiful” for its part also had an increase of nearly 300,000 viewers to bring its average up to just over 4 million viewers and 2.9/9 household rating. “Guiding Light” was the only other CBS soap to show an increase in the important categories as it averaged a 2.0/6 in households and 2.8 million viewers. The soap beat ABC’s “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” in total viewers. “AMC” averaged a 2.1/7 household rating with 2.7 million viewers, while “OLTL” had a 2.1/7 household rating and 2.6 million viewers.

    In Women 18-49, ABC was tied with CBS as Daytime’s #1 network – though CBS had more Women 18-49 viewers (984,000 vs 959,000). “Y&R” held its #1 position in the demo with a 1.9/12.

    According to ABC, “All My Children” hit a 29-week high in Women 18-49 (993,000 – since week of 7/23/07), when fan favorites, Angie and Jesse, Debbi Morgan and Darnell Williams, reunited after 20 years.

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

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

    1. Y&R 4.2/14 (+.2/-.4)

    2. B&B 2.9/9 (+.1/-.4)

    3. ATWT 2.3/7 (same/-.3)

    3. GH 2.3/7 (same/-.9)

    5. DAYS 2.2/7 (same/-.3)

    6. AMC 2.1/7 (same/-.7)

    6. OLTL 2.1/7 (+.1/-.5)

    8. GL 2.0/6 (+.1/-.4)

    TOTAL VIEWERS (change last week/last year)

    1. Y&R 5,842,000 (+291,000/-320,000)

    2. B&B 4,006,000 (+268,000/-352,000)

    3. ATWT 3,206,000 (+178,000/-161,000)

    4. DAYS 2.962,000 (-18,000/-290,000)

    5. GH 2,882,000 (-150,000/-1,368,000)

    6. GL 2,757,000 (+222,000/-262,000)

    7. AMC 2,696,000 (-62,000/-860,000)

    8. OLTL 2,618,000 (-10,000/-723,000)

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

    1. Y&R 1.9/12 (same/-.4)

    2. AMC 1.5/9 (+.1/-.2)

    2. OLTL 1.5/9 (+.1/-.3)

    2. DAYS 1.5/9 (-.2/-.1)

    2. GH 1.5/8 (-.1/-1.0)

    6. ATWT 1.3/8 (same/same)

    6. B&B 1.3/8 (same/-.2)

    6. GL 1.3/7 (+.1/+.1)

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

    1. Y&R 1,256,000 (+14,000/-256,000)

    2. AMC 993,000 (+99,000/-131,000)

    3. DAYS 984,000 (-131,000/-58,000)

    4. OLTL 975,000 (+62,000/-181,000)

    5. GH 963,000 (-90,000/-660,000)

    6. B&B 884,000 (-4,000/-114,000)

    7. ATWT 838,000 (-2,000/-7,000)

    8. GL 834,000 (+66,000/+27,000)

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

    1. DAYS 1.1/7 (-.2/-.4)

    1. Y&R 1.1/7 (same/-.6)

    3. AMC 1.0/6 (same/-.2)

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

    5. OLTL 0.9/6 (same/-.4)

    6. ATWT 0.7/4 (same/-.2)

    6. B&B 0.7/5 (same/-.3)

    8. GL 0.6/4 (same/-.2)

    • The Bold and the Beautiful
    • All My Children
    • One Life to Live
    • The Young and the Restless
    • Days of our Lives
    • General Hospital
    • As The World Turns
    • Passions
    • Guiding Light

      By Errol Lewis

      ( — On Thursday, February 21, 2008, The 35th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards “In-Studio” Drama Series Performer Results were posted on the Official Emmy Award Website.

      The Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards

      The Performer Results are what is called the “pre-nomination” process for the Emmy Awards. Each drama series is given an opportunity to present their best actors to the academy of voters who will determine which individuals will receive an official nomination when the list is revealed in April. Each show is allowed to pre-nominate up to three actors in each category. In the case of a tie, the show is able to nominate four or more.

      For your entertainment pleasure, here are the pre-nominees from each daytime drama series:

      Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series – Pre-Nominees

      • All My Children | Bobbie Eakes (Krystal Carey Martin) and Susan Lucci (Erica Kane)
      • As the World Turns | Martha Byrnes (Lily Snyder), Terri Colombino (Katie Peretti ) and Maura West (Carly Tenney)
      • The Bold and the Beautiful | Susan Flannery (Stephanie Forrester), Hunter Tylo (Taylor Forrester) and Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan)
      • Days of our Lives | Deidre Hall (Marlena Evans) and Alison Sweeney (Sami Brady-Roberts)
      • General Hospital | Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis), Megan Ward (Kate Howard) and Laura Wright (Carly Jacks)
      • Guiding Light | Crystal Chappell (Olivia Spencer), and Nicole Forester (Cassie Winslow)
      • One Life to Live | Kassie DePaiva (Blair Manning), Erika Slezak (Viki Davidson) and Robin Strasser (Dorian Lord)
      • Passions | Lindsay Hartley (Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald), Tracey Ross (Eve Russell) and McKenzie Westmore (Sheridan Crane)
      • The Young and the Restless | Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor), Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) and Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Newman)

      Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – Pre-Nominees

      • All My Children | David Canary (Adam/Stuart Chandler), Thorsten Kaye (Zach Slater) and Michael E. Knight (Tad Martin)
      • As the World Turns | Scott Bryce (Craig Montgomery), Jon Hensley (Holden Snyder) and Michael Park (Jack Snyder)
      • The Bold and the Beautiful | John McCook (Eric Forrester), Ronn Moss (Ridge Forrester/Marone) and Jack Wagner (Nick Marone)
      • Days of our Lives | Stephen Nichols (Steve Johnson), Thaao Penghlis (Andre/Tony DiMera), Peter Reckell (Bo Brady), James Scott (EJ DiMera)
      • General Hospital | Steve Burton (Jason Morgan), Tyler Christopher (Nikolas Cassadine) and Anthony Geary (Luke Spencer)
      • Guiding Light | Ricky Paull Goldin (Gus Aitoro), Robert Newman (Joshua Lewis) and Ron Raines (Alan Spaulding)
      • One Life to Live | Michael Easton (John McBain), Jerry verDorn (Clint Buchanan) and Robert S. Woods (Bo Buchanan)
      • The Young and the Restless | Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott), Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) and Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin)

      Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series – Pre-Nominees

      • All My Children | Alicia Minshew (Kendall Slater) and Sabine Singh (Greenlee Smythe)
      • As the World Turns | Kelley Menighan Hensley (Emily Stuart), Colleen Zenk Pinter (Barbara Ryan) and Marie Wilson (Meg)
      • Bold and the Beautiful | Jennifer Gareis (Donna), Lesli Kay (Felicia) and Heather Tom (Katie)
      • Days of our Lives | Judi Evans (Bonnie Lockhart/Adrienne Johnson Kiriakis), Mary Beth Evans (Kayla Johnson) and Martha Madison (Belle Black Brady)
      • General Hospital | Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller), Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth Webber) and Kimberly McCullough (Robin Scorpio)
      • Guiding Light | Beth Chamberlin (Beth Bauer) Marcy Rylan (Lizzie Spaulding) and Gina Tognoni (Dinah Marler)
      • One Life to Live | Kathy Brier (Marcie McBain), Catherine Hickland (Lindsay Rappaport) and Bree Williamson (Jessica Buchanan)
      • Passions | Erin Cardillo (Esme Vanderheusen) and Melinda Sward (Pretty Crane)
      • The Young and the Restless | Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Fenmore), Judith Chapman (Gloria Fisher) and Adrienne Frantz (Amber Moore)

      Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series – Pre-Nominees

      • All My Children | Jeffrey Carlson (Zoe Luper), Billy J. Miller (Richie Novak) and Jacob Young (JR Chandler)
      • As the World Turns | Trent Dawson (Henry Coleman), Grayson McCouch (Dusty Donovan) and Austin Peck (Brad Snyder)
      • Bold and the Beautiful | William deVry (Storm Logan), Patrick Duffy (Stephen Logan), and Dax Griffin (Shane McGrath)
      • Days of our Lives | Bryan Dattilo (Lucas Roberts), Jay Kenneth Johnson (Phillip Kiriakis), and Joseph Mascolo (Stefano DiMera)
      • General Hospital | Bradford Anderson (Damian Spinelli), Rick Hearst (Ric Lansing) and Sebastian Roche (Jerry Jacks)
      • Guiding Light | Murray Bartlett (Cyrus Foley), Jordan Clarke (Billy Lewis) and Daniel Cosgrove (Bill Lewis)
      • One Life to Live | Brian Kerwin (Charlie Banks), John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex Balsom) and Tuc Watkins (David Vickers)
      • Passions | Phillip Jeanmarie (Vincent Clarkson), Christopher Maleki (Spike Lester) and Eric Martsolf (Ethan Crane)
      • The Young and the Restless | Greg Rikaart (Kevin Fisher), Ted Shackelford (William/Jeffrey Bardwell) and Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters)

      Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series – Pre-Nominees

      • All My Children | Melissa Claire Egan (Annie Lavery), Leven Rambin (Lily Montgomery/Ava Benton) and Chrishell Stause (Amanda Dillon)
      • As the World Turns | Alexandra Chando (Maddie Coleman), Jennifer Landon (Gwen Norbeck Munson) and Marnie Schulenburg (Alison Stewart)
      • The Bold and the Beautiful | MacKenzie Mauzy (Phoebe Forrester)
      • Days of our Lives | Shelley Hennig (Stephanie Johnson), Rachel Melvin (Chelsea Brady) and Kristen Renton (Morgan Hollingsworth)
      • General Hospital | Julie Marie Berman (Lulu Spencer) and Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones-Scorpio)
      • Guiding Light | Mandy Bruno (Marina Cooper), Bonnie Dennison (Daisy Lemay) and Caitlin Van Zandt (Ashlee Wolfe)
      • One Life to Live | Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning), Farah Fath (Gigi Morasco) and Brittany Underwood (Langston Wilde)
      • Passions | Hannia Guillen (Paloma Lopez-Fitzgerald) and Danica Stewart (Jessica Bennett)
      • The Young and the Restless | Vail Bloom (Heather Stevens), Christel Khalil (Lily Winters), Emily O’Brien (Jana Hawkes) and Tammin Sursok (Colleen Carlton)

      Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series – Pre-Nominees

      • As the World Turns | Van Hansis (Luke Snyder), Jake Silbermann (Noah Mayer) and Jesse Lee Soffer (Will Munson)
      • Days of our Lives | Blake Berris (Nick Fallon), Darin Brooks (Max Brady) and Matthew Florida (Ford Decker)
      • General Hospital | Dylan Cash (Michael Corinthos) and Josh Duhon (Logan Hayes)
      • Guiding Light | John Driscoll (Coop Bradshaw), Tom Pelphrey (Jonathan Randall) and Lawrence Saint-Victor (Remy Boudreau)
      • One Life to Live | Edward Alderson (Matthew Buchanan), Brandon Buddy (Cole Thornhart) and Jason Tam (Markko Rivera)
      • Passions | Adrian Bellani (Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald) and Blair Redford (Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald)
      • The Young and the Restless | Hunter Allan (Noah Newman) and Bryton McClure (Devon Hamilton/Winters)

      Due to age limitations, “All My Children” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” were unable to provide an actor to pre-nominate for the “Outstanding Younger Actor” category. Last year, “AMC” pre-nominated Brent Weber (ex-Sean Montgomery) and Michael B. Jordan (ex-Reggie Montgomery). “B&B” currently does not have an actor eligible in this categeory. With a tie in place, “Days of our Lives” was able to pre-nominate four actors in the “Outstanding Lead Actor” category. “Passions” did not pre-nominate anyone in the “Outstanding Lead Actor” category. With a tie in place, “The Young and the Restless” was able to pre-nominate four actresses in the “Outstanding Younger Actress” category.

      Only those actors and/or actresses who are 25 and under are eligible for the “Younger” acting categories. An actor turning 26 in 2007 was eligible for a pre-nomination until their birth date (example: John Driscoll was eligible for the category until he turned 26 on June 27, 2007).

      “The 35th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards” will air Live Friday, June 20, 2008 on the ABC Television Network from the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Timeslot is to be determined.

      • The Bold and the Beautiful
      • All My Children
      • One Life to Live
      • The Young and the Restless
      • Days of our Lives
      • General Hospital
      • As The World Turns
      • Passions
      • Guiding Light

        The Return of ‘Passions’ Coverage
        Friday, February 22, 2008 4:30 AM | By Errol Lewis

        ( — A scorned child could put his parents’ life in danger.


        Gwen defends herself from Pilar, and spouts out threats of her own. Marty refuses to acknowledge Fancy. Juanita threatens Marty, or did she? Noah requests help from Tabitha and Kay. Kay accidentally sets Tabitha’s kitchen on fire. Tabitha senses that all is not what it seems and it could have devastating results for the citizens of Harmony.

        Vincent continues his path of destruction as he plots the deaths of mommy and daddy, Eve and Julian. Vincent turns into alter-ego Valerie Davis and plans a night of romance with daddy! As Valerie, Vincent drugs Julian. Julian comes to his senses and realizes that Eve was telling the truth all along about what Vincent has been up to.


        Vincent’s plot for revenge escalates.

        Tracey Ross and Phillip Jeanmarie courtesy Brian Lowe/JPI

        Pictured: Phillip Jeanmarie courtesy Sean Smith/JPI

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        Brings Ashley Abbott Along for the Ride
        Friday, February 22, 2008 4:00 AM | By Errol Lewis

        ( — “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” John McCook (Eric Forrester) and Eileen Davidson (Ashley Abbott) are crossing over to mother soap “The Young and the Restless” for a meeting with Jack (Peter Bergman) and Sharon Abbott (Sharon Case).

        On the February 27 and February 28 episodes of “Y&R,” Jack and Sharon find themselves going to Los Angeles to speak with Forrester Boss, Eric Forrester, over the launch of a new magazine, Restless Style. Jack is hoping to get Forrester Creations to take part as a promotional sponsor for their magazine.

        While their scenes will air on “Y&R,” the setting used is from Los Angeles based “B&B.”

        This is McCook’s fourth appearance on daytime’s top rated soap as Eric Forrester. He first appeared in the early 1990′s and returned twice in 2005. Previously, he played Lance Prentiss from 1975-1980 on the soap.

        Davidson has crossed-over numerous times since her joining the cast of “B&B” in early 2007.

        Peter Bergman and John McCook courtesy Aaron Montgomery/JPI

        Pictured: John McCook courtesy CBS

        • The Bold and the Beautiful
        • The Young and the Restless
        • Sharon Case
        • John McCook
        • Peter Bergman
        • Eileen Davidson

          What’s Happening Next Week
          Friday, February 22, 2008 3:00 AM | By Errol Lewis

          ( — The custody of a child pits family against family.


          Stephanie shocks the Logan and Forrester clans with a surprising turn of events – she doesn’t reveal that Storm is the one that shot her.

          Brooke and Nick share a passionate kiss. Taylor lets Nick know that she will never give up her son and abruptly takes Jack home with her in front of a stunned Nick and Brooke. Nick serves Taylor with custody papers. Rick comforts Taylor in her time of need. The custody trial for Baby Jack is in full force as Nick hires Storm as his lawyer, while Taylor brings in Gloria Schiller (Meeghan Holaway). Phoebe and Rick show their support for Taylor. Chaos erupts in the courtroom.

          WHAT TO WATCH

          Ridge learns of Taylor and Rick’s growing relationship.

          Pictured: Hunter Tylo courtesy Ray Christian/JPI

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          Who Knows What Can Happen?
          Friday, February 22, 2008 2:15 AM | By Errol Lewis

          ( — Casting News for the Week of February 25.

          The custody trial for Baby Jack between Taylor Forrester (Hunter Tylo, pictured) and Nick Marone (Jack Wagner) is in full force as “The Bold and the Beautiful” brings in multiple characters to add to the drama.

          Rob Brownstein portrays Judge Friedman on February 29 and March 3.

          MacKenzie Mauzy returns beginning Thursday, February 28 as “Phoebe” shows her support for Taylor. Joining her will be Meeghan Holaway as Taylor’s attorney Gloria Schiller . Holaway has appeared on “B&B” off-and-on since 2005. She airs February 29 and March 3.

          Mykel Shannon Jenkins and Dan Martin continue their roles as Detective Charlie Baker and Lt. Bradley ‘Brad’ Baker, respectively, on February 25 at the request of Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery). Will Storm (William deVry) be sent to prison? Stay tuned!

          Pictured: Hunter Tylo courtesy Aaron Montgomery/JPI

          • The Bold and the Beautiful

            By Errol Lewis

            ( — “As The World Turns” finds new Mike Kasnoff, albeit a younger one.

            Jon Prescott

            Jon Prescott, 26, is joining the cast of the CBS drama series in March as Mike Kasnoff #3. He takes over the role from Mark Collier, 37, who exited the soap in 2007. The character is returning to Oakdale with a new business venture on his mind and thoughts of ex-wife Katie (Terri Colombino), who is involved in some baby drama with co-host Brad Snyder (Austin Peck).

            Also joining the cast of “World Turns” is Tala Ashe who will play the role of Ameera, a muslim girl with ties to Noah’s (Jake Silbermann) father. Ameera will turn Oakdale upside down when she debuts on Friday, February 22.

            Chris Hartl and Will Poston appear as “Chad” and “Grant”, two frat boys who cause trouble for Luke (Van Hansis), Noah (Silberman) and Ameera (Ashe) on the February 28 episode. The soap went on location at the State Line Look Out in New Jersey for their scenes.

            In Related News

            Shawn Christian, 42, who created the role of Mike Kasnoff in 1994, is joining “Days of our Lives.” READ MORE

            • Days of our Lives
            • As The World Turns
            • Jon Prescott
            • Mark Collier
            • Terri Colombino
            • Austin Peck
            • Tala Ase
            • Jake Silberman
            • Chris Hartl
            • Will Poston
            • Van Hansis
            • Shawn Christian

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