OLTL Recap: Tuesday, September 13, 2011

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(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” Episode Recap – Tuesday, September 13, 2011.


Jack implicates Todd while John isn’t sure he believes him. John and Bo wonder if they should arrest Todd Manning. Todd reveals to Blair that he wants to convince Jack of his innocence. They get into it. Jack returns home, and Todd tries to have a heart-to-heart with him.

As Téa and Dani prepare to say goodbye to Victor, Destiny and her mom stop by. Mrs. Evans asks Téa’s advice about the baby. Destiny is a good friend to Dani, and vice-versa.

Shane is about to reveal something to Rex about his involvement with Jack when Bo and Nora interrupt. Shane and Rex learn about Destiny’s pregnancy. Shane doesn’t tell Rex anything substantial about Jack.

Cutter and Aubrey are shocked to discover a gun in the porcupine. Aubrey wants to give it to the police, but Cutter talks her out of it. Cutter appears to agree to give the gun to the cops, but when Aubrey leaves, Cutter has different plans for it.

Mrs. Evans and Nora have a rapprochement.

On the Next One Life to Live

  • Rex can’t let go of Gigi.
  • Delphina helps Roxy.
  • Nate consoles Dani.

OLTL Teasers: Week of September 12 Edition

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(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” Teasers for the Week of September 12, 2011.


  • Monday  (Episode #10958): Natalie leaves Todd with some food for thought. Shaun plays Victor’s voicemail for John. Cutter and Aubrey make a shocking discovery. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Tuesday (Episode #10959): Todd tries to get through to Jack by bonding with him. Jack tells John that Todd is a murderer. Phylicia asks Téa for her help. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Wednesday (Episode #10960): Gigi visits Rex again. Starr wants nothing to do with Rick. Rex summons Madame Delphina. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Thursday (Episode #10961): Viki is concerned that Clint is getting involved in something illegal. Téa can’t believe what she sees at Victor’s funeral. Roxy attempts to bargain with Cutter. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Friday (Episode #10962): Jack demands justice for Victor’s murder. Someone is placed under arrest. Destiny tells Shaun she talked to Greg. (Rated: TVPG)

AMC Teasers: Week of September 12 Edition

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(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Teasers for the Week of September 12, 2011.


  • Monday (Episode #10704): Will Angie regain her eyesight? Kendall receives a strange text message. John O’Hurley debuts as Kit Sterling. (Rated: TVPG V)
  • Tuesday (Episode #10705): Colby seeks Liza’s support. Brot makes an admission to Natalia. What secrets does David still hold? (Rated: TVPG L)
  • Wednesday (Episode #10706): Colby wants Maya to move in. Dixie has a dream about Babe. Maya makes a tough decision. (Rated: TVPG L)
  • Thursday (Episode #10707): Tad urges Jesse not to give up on Angie. Cara has some interesting news for David. J.R. may leave Pine Valley. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Friday (Episode #10708): Kendall receives a surprise from Zach. Brooke English returns to town. (Rated: TVPG)

GH Teasers: Week of September 12 Edition


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “General Hospital” Teasers for the Week of September 12, 2011.


  • Monday (Episode #12388): Sonny unleashes his anger on Johnny. Spinelli comes back. Kate returns to town. (Rated: TVPG L, V)
  • Tuesday (Episode #12389): Olivia tears into Sonny. Maxie is in trouble. Patrick and Robin share a lighter moment. (Rated: TVPG L, V)
  • Wednesday (Episode #12390): Dante questions Anthony and Johnny. Shawn calms Molly. Jason comes to a decision. (Rated: TVPG L)
  • Thursday (Episode #12391): Sonny is enraged by Kristina’s actions. Jason makes a decision regarding his wedding. Patrick and Anthony have an intense conversation. (Rated: TVPG L)
  • Friday (Episode #12392): Sam’s wedding dress is delivered. Sonny and Kate have a confrontation. Lulu and Ethan discuss their father. (Rated: TVPG L)

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(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” August and 2011 Year-to-Date Episode Counts.

Credit if Copying and Pasting.

Thanks to alexisfan07 for assistance with compiling the episode counts.

August 2011 Episode Counts

23 new episodes in August ’11

Listed below are the total # of episodes each actor appeared in for the month of August, and the percentages of total episodes each actor earned for the month of August.

1) Trevor St. John (Victor Lord, Jr.)—–20—–87%
2) Roger Howarth (Todd Manning)—–18—–78%
3) Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer)—–17—–74%
3) Florencia Lozano (Téa Manning)——-17—–74%
5) Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning)—–15—–65%
5) Michael Easton (John McBain)—–15—–65%
5) John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex Balsom)—–15—–65%
8 ) Erika Slezak (Viki Lord)—–14—–61%
9) Kelley Missal (Danielle Rayburn)—–13—–57%
10) Ted King (Tomas Delgado)——12—–52%

11) Andrew Trischitta (Jack Manning)—–11—–48%
11) Robert S. Woods (Bo Buchanan)—–11—–48%
13) Melissa Archer (Natalie Buchanan Banks)——10—–43%
13) Shenell Edmonds (Destiny Evans)—–10—-43%
13) Mark Lawson (Brody Lovett)—–10—-43%
13) Hillary B. Smith (Nora Buchanan)—–10—–43%
13) Tuc Watkins (David Vickers Buchanan)—–10—-43%—–last aired 08/25
18) Robin Strasser (Dorian Lord)—–8—–35%—–last aired 08/25, flashback 08/26
19) Jerry verDorn (Clint Buchanana)—–7—–30%
20) Farah Fath (Gigi Morasco)——6—–26%
20) Barbara Rhoades (Irene Manning)—–6—–26%——recurring; first aired 08/09
20) Amanda Setton (Kim Andrews AKA Aubrey Wentworth)——6——26%——recurring; returned 08/22
20) Gina Tognoni (Kelly Cramer)——6——26%—–last aired 08/24
20) Bree Williamson (Jessica Brennan/Tess/Bess/Wes)——-6——26%

25) Tom Degnan (Joey Buchanan)——5—–22%—–last aired 08/24
25) Kearran Giovanni (Vivian Wright)—–5—–22%—–recurring
25) Christian & Gavin McGinley (baby Liam)——5—–22%—–recurring
25) Tonye Patano (Phylicia Evans)—–5—–22%—–recurring
25) Jonathan Earl Peck (Malcolm Baker)——5——-22%——-last aired 08/11
25) Lenny Platt (Nate Salinger)——5—–22%
25) Sean Ringgold (Shaun Evans)——5—–22%

32) Terri Conn (Aubrey Wentworth AKA Kristine Karr)——-4——17%
32) David Fumero (Cristian Vega)——4——17%
32) Josh Kelly (Cutter Wentworth)—–4—–17%
32) Nic Robuck (James Ford)——-4—–17%
32) Austin Williams (Shane Morasco)—–4—–17%—–recurring
37) Lea DeLaria (Madame Delphina)——3—–13%——recurring
37) Patricia Elliott (Renee Divine Buchanan)—–3—–13%—–recurring
37) David A. Gregory (Robert Ford)—–3—–13%
37) James Saito (Judge Lee)—–3—–13%——recurring
37) Uncredited actor portraying Clint’s attorney Mr. Higgins—–3—–13%—–guest stint; last aired 08/12
37) Uncredited actresses portraying Diner Waitresses——3——13%—–recurring

43) Eddie Alderson (Matthew Buchanan)——2—–7%
43) Peter Bartlett (Nigel Bartholomew-Smythe)——2—–7%—–recurring
43) Ilene Kristen (Roxy Balsom)—–2—–7%——-recurring
43) Alyssa Rose (Secretary Tracy)——2——7%——recurring
43) Shenaz Treasury (Rama Patel)——2—–7%——recurring
43) A.C. Weary (Theo)——2—–7%—–recurring; first aired 08/19
43) Kim Zimmer (Echo DiSavoy)——2—–7%—–recurring
50) Nick Choksi (Vimal Patel)——1——4%—–recurring
50) Helmar Augustus Cooper (Louie)—–1—–4%—–recurring
50) Frankie Faison (Richard Evans)——1——4%——recurring
50) Barret Helms (Baz Moreau)——1—–4%
50) Pamlea Payton-Wright (Addie Cramer)——1——4%—–recurring
50) Paul Rolfes (Dr. Jay Gangemi)——1——4%—–recurring
50) Tess, Madeline and Molly Sullivan (Hope Thornhart)—–1—-4%—–recurring
50) Uncredited actor portraying Cop #1——-1——4%——recurring
50) Uncredited actor portraying Cemetery Worker——-1——4%—–guest stint; last aired 08/26
50) Uncredited actors portraying two CIA Agents——-1——4%—–guest stint; last aired 08/03
50) Uncredited actress portraying Nurse——1—–4%—–guest stint; last aired 08/31

Various totals for all other dayplayer roles for this month.

Major recurring cast NOT appearing this month: Jessica Leccia (Inez Salinger), Saundra Santiago (Carlotta Vega), and J.J. Singleton (Darren Price).


Episode Counts for January-August, 2011

170 total new episodes in ’11

Listed below are the total # of episodes each actor appeared in so far during 2011, and the percentages of total episodes each actor earned for the year.

NOTE: Totals DO NOT include either the January 19 encore airing of the February 26, 2006 episode, nor the February 11 encore airing of the November 14, 1995 episode.

Note: The next-day previews and closing credits were pre-empted on February 2 for an extended ABC News Brief covering the civil unrest in Egypt.

1) Michael Easton (John McBain)—–114——67%
2) Melissa Archer (Natalie Buchanan Banks)——107—–63%
3) Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning)——98——58%
3) Erika Slezak (Viki Lord)—–98 [includes 5 as Niki Smith & 1 as Jean Randolph]——58%
5) John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex Balsom)——96——56%
6) Trevor St. John (Victor Lord, Jr.)——95——56%
7) Bree Williamson (Jessica Brennan/Tess/Bess/Wes)——94 [includes 48 as Tess, 7 as Wes, & 4 as Bess]—–55%
8 ) Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer)—–93——55%
8 ) Mark Lawson (Brody Lovett)——93——55%
10) Florencia Lozano (Téa Manning)—–90—–53%

11) Jerry verDorn (Clint Buchanan)—–83—–49%
12) Robert S. Woods (Bo Buchanan)—–76—–45%
13) David A. Gregory (Robert Ford)—–73——43%
14) Tom Degnan (Joey Buchanan)——70——41%
15) Kelley Missal (Danielle Rayburn)——68—–40%
16) Gina Tognoni (Kelly Cramer)——67—–39%—–last aired 08/24
17) Robin Strasser (Dorian Lord)——66—–39%——last aired 08/25, flashback 08/26
18) Josh Kelly (Cutter Wentworth)——65——38%
19) Terri Conn (Aubrey Wentworth AKA Kristine Karr)——63——-37%
19) Nic Robuck (James Ford)——-63——37%
19) Hillary B. Smith (Nora Buchanan)——63——-37%

22) Farah Fath (Gigi Morasco)——60—–35%
23) Andrew Trischitta (Jack Manning)—–56—–33%
24) Roger Howarth (Todd Manning)——53——31%——returned 05/13
25) Lenny Platt (Nate Salinger)——49—–29%
26) Susan Haskell (Marty Saybrooke)—–45—–26%——last aired in old flashback scenes on 07/12
27) Shenaz Treasury (Rama Patel)——44—–26%——recurring
28) Shenell Edmonds (Destiny Evans)—–43—–25%
29) Christian & Gavin McGinley (baby Liam)——42—–25%—–recurring
29) Kim Zimmer (Echo DiSavoy)——42——25%——recurring

31) Tuc Watkins (David Vickers Buchanan)——39—–23%——last aired 08/25
32) Austin Williams (Shane Morasco)——38——22%——recurring
33) Nafessa Williams (Deanna Forbes)—–34—–20%—–last aired 07/19
34) Eddie Alderson (Matthew Buchanan)——33—–19%
34) David Fumero (Cristian Vega)——33——19%
36) Nick Choksi (Vimal Patel)——27——16%——recurring
36) Brittany Underwood (Langston Wilde)——27—–16%——last aired 04/12
36) Uncredited actresses portraying Diner Waitresses——27——16%—–recurring
39) Brian Kerwin (Charlie Banks)—–26—–18%—–last aired 05/11
40) Sean Ringgold (Shaun Evans)——24—–14%

41) Matthew and Nicholas Urbanowicz (baby Ryder)——23—–14%——recurring
42) Barret Helms (Baz Moreau)—–21—–12%—–first aired 06/20
43) Ilene Kristen (Roxy Balsom)—–20—–12%—–recurring
44) Austin Peck (Rick Powers)—–18—–11%—–recurring; first aired 03/25
45) Jonathan Earl Peck (Malcolm Baker)——17—–10%—–recurring; first aired 05/13
46) Frank Dolce (Brad Konzinski)——15——9%—–recurring
47) Tamara Aldridge (Dr. Sabrina Buhari)—–13—–8%—-last aired in old flashback scenes on 07/01
48) Jessica Leccia (Inez Salinger)—–12—–7%—–recurring
49) James Saito (Judge Lee)——11—–6%—–recurring
50) Patrick Gibbons, Jr. (Sam Manning)——10—–6%—–recurring

51) Peter Bartlett (Nigel Bartholomew-Smythe)—–8—–5%—–recurring
51) Vivien Cardone (Michelle)—–8—–5%——recurring
51) Carlos Gonzalez (Officer Garcia)——8—–5%——recurring
54) Carolina Bermudez (Blanca Morales)—–7——4%—–recurring
54) Flint Beverage (Agent Kent)——7—–4%—–last aired 07/11
54) Kearran Giovanni (Vivian Wright)—–7—–4%—–recurring
54) Julienne Hanzelka Kim (Dr. Pryor)—–7——4%—–recurring; first aired 05/24
54) Paul Rolfes (Dr. Jay Gangemi)—–7—–4%—–recurring
54) Rob Yang (Dr. Degroff)——7—–4%—–recurring; first aired 05/11
54) Tom Zeman (Morgan Guthrie)—–7——4%—–recurring

61) Amanda Setton (Kim Andrews AKA Aubrey Wentworth)——6——4%——recurring; returned 08/22
61) Tess, Madeline and Molly Sullivan (Hope Thornhart)—–6—-4%—–recurring
63) Donnie Keshawarz (Kahid)—–5—–3%—–guest stint; last aired 03/11
63) Tonye Patano (Phylicia Evans)—–5—–3%—–recurring
63) Kim Pettiford (Nurse #1/Clint’s ER Nurse)—–5—–3%—–recurring; first aired 05/19
63) Stephanie Schmahl (Bree Brennan)—–5—–3%—–recurring
63) Uncredited actors playing Teen Boys in Gym—–5—–3%—–guest stint; last aired 04/06
68) Edixon Caridad (Military Policeman/Guard)——4—–2%—–guest stint; last aired 05/12
68) Lea DeLaria (Madame Delphina)——4—–2%——recurring
68) Mellini Kantayya (Nurse/E.R. Nurse #1)—–4—–2%—–recurring
68) Meena Nerurkar (Mrs. Patel)——4——2%—–guest stint; last aired 07/29
68) Amanda Perez (Receptionist)——4—–2%—–recurring; first aired 04/22
68) Julian Rebolledo (Reverned Jeffries)—–4—–2%—–guest stint; last aired 02/25
68) John Wesley Shipp (Eddie Ford)——4—–2%—–last aired 04/26
68) Jason Tam (Markko Rivera)—–4—–2%——guest stint; last aired 04/12
68) Max Tapper (Theo Price)——4—–2%—–recurring
68) Wendy Williams (Phyllis Rose)—–4—–2%—–special guest stint; last aired 04/18
68) Uncredited actors portraying LPD Cops——-4——2%—–guest stint; first aired 05/25
68) Uncredited actor portraying Todd Body Double—–4—–2%—–guest stint

80) Sean J. Cullen (Dr. Edward Levin)—–3—–2%—–recurring
80) Ramsey Farragallah (Judge Russo)—–3—–2%—–recurring; first aired 03/18
80) LaChanze Fordjour (Yvette Moreau)——-3——2%—–recurring; first aired 06/20
80) Anthony Grasso (Doctor)——3—–2%—–recurring
80) Don Guillory (Llanview High Vice Principal Mr. St. Clair)—–3——2%—–recurring; first aired 04/06
80) Kate Hodge (Ionia Masters)—–3—–2%—–recurring; first aired 06/28
80) Matt McGorry (Spiderman)—–3—–2%—–guest stint; last aired 07/18
80) Benjamin Elijah Morehead (Security Guard)—–3—–2%—–guest stint; last aired 01/17
80) Harsh Nayyar (Mr. Patel)—–3—–2%—–guest stint; last aired 07/29
80) Alyssa Rose (Secretary Tracy/Patient Representative)——3——2%——recurring
80) Uncredited actor portraying Clint’s attorney Mr. Higgins—–3—–2%—–guest stint; last aired 08/12
80) Uncredied actor portraying Lawyer——3—–2%—–guest stint; last aired 07/13
80) Uncredited actor portraying Motel Manager——-3—–2%——guest stint; last aired 04/01
80) Uncredited actor portraying Repo, the Biker Bar Bartender——3—–2%—–guest stint; last aired 02/18

94) Andre Blake (Dr. Campbell)—–2—–1%—–recurring; first aired 05/11
94) Annie Chang (Nurse Emma)——-2——1%—–guest stint; last aired 05/25
94) Helmar Augustus Cooper (Louie)—–2—–1%—–recurring; first aired 07/22
94) Elisa Davis (Judge)——2——1%—-recurring; first aired 04/27
94) Steph Garcia (Buenos Dias Waitress)—–2—–1%—–recurring
94) Nathan Hinton (Dr. Lawless)—–2—–1%—–guest stint; last aired 07/07
94) Bianca Jamotte (Dayplayer Role)—–2—–1%—–recurring; first aired 01/17
94) Majorie Johnson (Sister Bridget)——2—–1%—–guest stint; last aired 06/14
94) Nikola Kent (Agent Jones)——2——1%—–guest stint; last aired 06/03
94) Li Jun Li (Gothic Vegas Assitant)—–2—–1%—–guest stint; last aired 02/28
94) Joseph Masi (Mr. Blue)—–2—–1%—–recurring
94) Karen Pittman (Nurse #1)—–2—–1%—–guest stint; last aired 01/14
94) James Rana (EMT #2)——2——1%——guest stint; last aired 05/13
94) Connie Renda (Neonatal Nurse)—–2—–1%—–guest stint; first aired 01/14
94) Chaske Spencer (Gothic Vegas Justice of the Peace)—–2—–1%—–guest stint; last aired 02/28
94) Tika Sumpter (Layla Williamson)—–2—–1%—–recurring
94) Alex Tavis (Amir-Rashad)—–2—–1%—–recurring; first aired 01/04
94) Tonja Walker (Alex Olanov)——2—–1%—–guest stint; last aired 03/17
94) A.C. Weary (Theo)——2—–1%—–recurring; first aired 08/19
94) Uncredited actor portraying Capricorn Bartender——2——1%——recurring
94) Uncredited actor portraying Cop——2—–1%—–recurring
94) Uncredited actor portraying Cop #1—–2—–1%—–recurring
94) Uncredited actor portraying EMT #1——2—–1%—–guest stint; last aired 05/13
94) Uncredited actor portraying “Thorsten Kaye Body Double”——-2—–1%——guest stint; last aired 06/06
94) Uncredited actors portraying Bikers——2——1%—–guest stint; last aired 02/17
94) Uncredited actress portraying a Nun—–2—–1%—–guest stint; last aired 03/17

120) David Aaron Baker (Mr.Konzinski)——1——0.6%——recurring; first aired 06/24
120) Reathel Bean (Llanview High School Principal)—–1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Philippe Bernardin (Guard)——1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 04/08
120) Diana Bologna (Nurse)——1—–0.6%——recurring; first aired 05/13
120) Mario Brassard (Parisian Café Waiter)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 01/21
120) Patrick Allen Cole (Jeff)—–1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Frankie Faison (Richard Evans)——1——0.6%——recurring
120) Hugues Faustin (Thug #2)—–1—–0.6%——guest stint; last aired 04/21
120) Melissa Fumero (Adriana Cramer)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 01/25
120) Gary Hilborn (Private Security #1)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 03/15
120) Jennifer Sorika Horng (Patty)——1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 05/17
120) Mel House (Cop)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 01/11
120) John Herrera (Reverend Dennis)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 01/28
120) Kourtney Kardashian (Kassandra Kavanaugh)—–1—–0.6%—–special guest stint; last aired 03/28
120) Robert King (Dayplayer Role)—–1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Brandon Corey Knox (Mick)——-1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 03/28
120) Kevin Kolack (EMT #1)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 01/11
120) Omar Koury (Moroccan Prison Warden)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 03/08
120) Danni Lang (dayplayer role)——1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 03/07
120) Angelo Lanza (Under 5 Role)——1—–0.6%—–last aired in May
120) Angela Lin (Nurse)——1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 04/07
120) Carmen LoPorto (Jack Manning)—–1——0.6%—–last aired 01/03
120) Dalane Mason (Thug #1)—–1——0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 04/21
120) Rachel Moss (Student)—–1—–0.6%——guest stint; first aired 03/29
120) Vinita Nair (Dr. Nair)—–1—–0.6%—–special guest stint; last aired 01/11
120) Pamlea Payton-Wright (Addie Cramer)——1——0.6%—–recurring
120) Kevin Navayne (Stuart Dillon Hart)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 02/14
120) Harold Plaut (Mr. Black)—–1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Christopher Pollard (Dayplayer Role)—–1——0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 04/01
120) Easu Pritchett (Agent Wayne)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 06/06
120) Joseph Prussak (Orderly)——1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 05/12
120) John Rochette (Doctor)——1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired in March
120) Nancy Rodriguez (Nun)—–1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Lisa Romain (Doctor)——1—–0.6%——guest stint; last aired 06/06
120) Nicole Salisbury (Nurse)—–1——0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 05/11
120) Shayna Seymour (Shayna the Diner Waitress)——1—–0.6%—–special guest stint; last aired 02/23
120) Kim Sullivan (Judge Runyon)—–1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Kristine Sutherland (Dean McKenzie)—–1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Wesley Taylor (Barton)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 02/15
120) Dike Uzoukwu (Private Security #2)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 03/15
120) Karen Viola (Under 5 Role)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint
120) Edward Watts (Basketball Coach)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 03/31
120) Abby West (Airport Employee)—–1—–0.6%—–special guest stint; last aired 03/03
120) Isaac Hirotsu Woofter (Porn Movie Crew Member)—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 04/01
120) Robert Wu (Dr. Shen)—–1—–0.6%——-guest stint; last aired 04/20
120) Maxwell Zagorski (Joel)—–1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Uncredited actor portraying Agent—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 07/20
120) Uncredited actor portraying Cemetery Worker——-1——0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 08/26
120) Uncredited actor portraying Clint’s Attorney—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 04/04
120) Uncredited actor portraying Cop——1—–0.6%——recurring
120) Uncredited actor portraying Cop #1——-1——0.6%——recurring
120) Uncredited actor portaying Cop #2——1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Uncredited actor portraying Designer—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 07/27
120) Uncredited actor portraying Landlord—–1——0.6%——guest stint; last aired 03/10
120) Uncredited actor portraying Male Reporter (Voice Over)——1—–0.6%——guest stint; last aired 05/18
120) Uncredited actor portraying Reporter——1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 05/24
120) Uncredited actor portraying Security Guard——1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 06/03
120) Uncredited actors portraying Cops——1——0.6%——guest stint; last aired 06/06
120) Uncredited actors portraying two CIA Agents——-1——0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 08/03
120) Uncredited actress portraying Helen—–1—–0.6%—–recurring
120) Uncredited actress portraying Maid—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 03/17
120) Uncredited actress portraying Manicurist—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 02/09
120) Uncredited actress portraying Nurse——1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 08/31
120) Uncredited actress portraying Sister Nina—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 01/31
120) Uncredited actress portraying Woman—–1—–0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 07/16
120) Uncredited actress portraying Woman #1——1—–0.6%——guest stint; last aired 03/28
120) Uncredited actresses appearing as Erika Slezak’s body doubles——1——0.6%—–guest stint; last aired 04/27
120) Uncredited actresses portraying Nurses——1—–0.6%——guest stint; last aired 05/18

Various totals for all other dayplayer roles, including doctors and nurses, for the year-to-date.

GH Recap: Monday, September 12, 2011


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “General Hospital” Episode Recap – Monday, September 12, 2011.


Sonny overhears what has caused Kristina’s condition. Sonny lashes out and goes for Johnny.

Lulu and Olivia have a heart-to-heart.

Spinelli is BACK – will he remember all the clues Jackal, P.I., uncovered at Luzetta’s?

Skye exposes Tracy’s mob past to Edward. Meanwhile, Anthony sits down with an entrapped Tracy.

Shawn steps in when the exchange between Sonny and Carly gets heated.

Kate Howard (actress Kelly Sullivan) is back in Port Charles – and with all her regular demands.

On the Next General Hospital

  • Olivia lays into Sonny.
  • Maxie ends up in jeopardy.
  • Patrick and Robin have some fun.

OLTL Recap: Monday, September 12, 2011


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” Episode Recap – Monday, September 12, 2011.


Todd and Natalie snark at each other but ultimately share a warm moment when Todd admits to Natalie how much he needs to have his name cleared for his kids’ sake, especially Jack. Natalie fills in Todd on the death of Gigi and Jack’s role in it, and the cover up. Todd realizes he needs to connect to his kid, who’s walking around with a guilty conscience.

Shaun plays his voicemail for John. Starr tries to convince Jack to give Todd a chance. Shaun comes over to talk to Starr as Jack eavesdrops. Natalie, after her talk with Todd, meets Brody and tells him she is starting to think Todd really is innocent.

Echo and Roxy are frantic to find Morris the Porcupine with Rex’s gun hidden inside, not realizing Cutter has it. Brody thinks Cutter has stolen Morris, but Cutter insists he bought it. Echo and Roxy cover to Rex about the gun/Morris, and then Roxy goes to John to report the theft of Morris.

Shaun seems eager to confide something to Brody when Rex interrupts. Rex picks up on the fact that Shaun had something on his mind and questions him about it.

Aubrey meets Kim. Cutter is upset to find them together, worrying that Aubrey will ask Kim questions that will lead her to finding out what they did at the Spotted Pony. After Kim leaves, Cutter and Aubrey are finding a place to put Morris when the gun falls out, to their shock.

On the Next One Life to Live

  • John has doubts about Jack’s claim.
  • Phylicia gets some legal advice from Téa.
  • Rex and Shane learn Destiny is pregnant.

AMC Recap: Monday, September 12, 2011


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Monday, September 12, 2011.


Cara tells a shocked Kendall that she’s pregnant with David’s baby. Kendall tells Cara she really needs to think about what comes next as they discuss the many sides of Dr. Hayward. She promises to keep her mouth shut about Cara’s condition.

Zach refuses to let David treat Ryan. He asserts that he will take care of anybody who gets in the way of Project Orpheus. David is appalled as Zach prepares to shoot an antagonistic Greenlee and ends up incriminating himself in his anger at the apparent madman. David reveals that he partnered with the casino owners for funding and was privileged to their plans to murder Zach to enable their continued laundering of money from the casinos. Later, after learning Greenlee could be a potential passenger on the plane [David] headed to the location to make sure that wouldn’t be the case putting him in the position to find Zach right after the crash. Ryan and Griffin get up as Greenlee plays David’s confession. Zach reveals he heard David talking while he was unconscious and never could wrap his head around David just happening to be there when his plane crashed. He has been plotting his demise since with some help. Kendall, Cara and Jesse arrive on the scene after getting texts. Cara explains to David that Kendall filled her in on everything. David defends everything he’s done for P.O. and accuses everybody else of succumbing to pettiness. David refuses to reveal who his two other patients are.

Maya realizes Angie still doesn’t trust her not to just up and leave with Lucy. Frankie explains to Maya that he doesn’t believe his mother could survive losing another child. The air is thick between Angie and Jesse as they wait to see the doctor. Angie gets some things off her chest. The tension seems to dissipate a bit after the Hubbard’s waiting room discussion.

Film producer Kit Sterling (John O’Hurley) has a thought provoking discussion with Erica.

On the Next All My Children

  • Brot makes a confession to Natalia.
  • Colby turns to Liza for comfort and support.
  • Who does David still have hidden away?

Y&R PreVUE: Week of September 12 Edition


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — A look at what’s happening on “The Young and the Restless” during the week of September 12, 2011.


Adam returns to share news about his restored eyesight with Sharon, but she wants nothing to do with him, on Monday, September 12. That same day, Tucker sets out to destroy Jabot and goes to Jack with a plan to get it back. Jill gives Katherine a warning about keeping the truth about Tucker and Devon secret. Wednesday, September 14, Abby’s plan to implicate Tucker in Diane’s murder backfires. Colin finds himself with someone else in Genevieve’s wine cellar on Friday, September 16.

The Inside Story: Victor Becomes a Thorn in Billy’s Side
Victor arrives at the Burmese prison to see Billy. There, Billy learns about Delia needing a bone marrow transplant. Despite Billy being overcome with fear about his daughter’s situation, Victor uses it to his advantage by telling Billy that he will help him, but only on the condition that he agree to stay away from Victoria for good. An angry Billy has no choice but to agree to Victor’s demands of keeping away from Victoria. Victor and Billy head back home to Genoa City. Unfortunately, Billy sees just how far Victor has gone to make sure that no one knows that he has returned. Victor threatens to tell about Billy’s secret in Burmese if he breaks his agreement. Meanwhile, at a distance, Billy sees Victoria and regrets making a deal with the devil.

A Closer Look: Genevieve Thwarts Colin’s Plans with Jill
At Crimson Lights, Colin has a run in with Genevieve. While there, she attempts to seduce him again but he rebuffs her advances. Shortly after, Jill shows up and tells them that she won’t be able to go on the Jabot marketing trip as planned: she is staying put to be there for Delia. Genevieve is more than happy to take Jill’s spot at the business trips and hurries off to pack Back at home, a spiteful Genevieve is still thinking about Jill and Colin’s romp at Jabot, and decides to lure Colin over to set a trap. After receiving her phone call, Colin agrees to meet up to discuss ‘business’ together. Colin, however, decides not to inform Jill of his meeting his soon-to-be ex. When Colin arrives, things are cordial between the two and Genevieve offers for the two of them to come to a truce. She requests that they make a toast and suggests he go down to the wine cellar to get a bottle of wine The minute he is downstairs, a devious Genevieve locks him in and heads out of Genoa City Meanwhile, Jill, who is awaiting for Colin to show up, becomes annoyed when he doesn’t show up for their romantic evening. Minutes later, Jill receives flowers and becomes even more upset when she realizes that they are from Genevieve. Although frustrated, Jill blows off Genevieve’s taunt. Later, Genevieve, with Colin’s phone in hand, delivers a damaging text to Jill. When Jill receives it, she believes that Colin has run off with Genevieve out of town. Meanwhile, back at Genevieve’s, in the wine cellar, Colin desperately tries to escape.

What To Watch

  • Avery tells Adam she can’t wait to put him on the stand
  • Nick starts to wonder why Phyllis hid her past from him
  • Kevin reluctantly helps Billy

The Young and the Restless News and Headlines

  • Peter Porte has been cast as Paul and Isabella’s son, Ricky Williams. Porte’s first air date is Tuesday, September 13
  • Genie Francis has another project in the works and will briefly depart the show but will return
  • Jerry Douglas will play John Abbott’s ghost Wednesday, September 28
  • Debbi Morgan is joining the cast of the show. Her slated air date is Friday, October 7


  • Gloria presses Colin about his past while in the wine cellar
  • Paul’s son Ricky returns, putting him at great odds with Heather
  • Delia has a match for the bone marrow transplant: Billy
  • Victor continues to keep Billy apart by using Kevin to help him
  • Sharon becomes a target when Adam takes the witness stand


  • Faces from the past come back to Genoa City
  • Victor continues to be a burden to Billy when he demands he agree to stay away from Victoria
  • Cane continues to work hard at bringing Colin down for all of his crimes
  • More insight on the history about the Atkinson family sheds light on the decisions Cane has made
  • A reconciliation with Lily could be for nothing when Cane’s choices places someone in harm’s way
  • Adam’s betrayal of Sharon at her trial comes back to haunt him
  • Nick isn’t a fan of Avery’s methods of defending Sharon
  • Avery does whatever it takes in Sharon’s trial, even playing dirty
  • Genevieve will head out of town for a little while
  • A woman of mystery has interesting connections to Katherine, Neil and Sofia
  • While Lily tries her best to cut Cane out of her life, it’s obvious that love is still there for the two of them
  • Reconciliation could be thwart by new issues for Victoria and Billy
  • By Thanksgiving, several romances may come back into bloom
  • Adam continues to be a problem for Sharon
  • Paul’s son, Ricky Williams heads for Genoa City

Soap Opera Network

Tom King
Breakdown Writer for “One Life to Live” on September 11, 2001

9/11 fell on a Tuesday, the day when normally we “One Life to Live” writers met to start planning the new week of outlines. Monday we met to get notes on the previous week, and Wednesday was the day when we finished laying out. By 2001, I was commuting to NYC from Connecticut, staying over Monday and Tuesday nights at the Harvard Club and taking the train back to Old Saybrook on Wednesday night. On Tuesday morning I had breakfast in the club and went up for a quick work-out in the gym, where the attendant in the reception area told me that a plane had just flown into one of the World Trade Center towers. I pictured a Piper Cub or the like smashing into a tiny portion of the building’s facade and continued on my way.

I chose a running machine and began to jog. The TV hanging before me was tuned to CNN. They were showing footage of the first plane hitting a tower. My God, this was no Piper Cub but a huge passenger plane. I slowed the speed on the machine and watched the screen in rapt horror. They went to a live shot of the towers, as a second plane flew into frame and exploded into the other tower. The CNN announcers reacted as you might expect, except that they launched at once into naive speculation that this was some sort of coincidental double mechanical or guidance failure of the two planes. Within a minute, an aviation expert was on audio, saying, “No way this was an accident. Visibility today is two miles. Those planes were flown into the towers on purpose.”

Adrenaline hit me hard. Some primitive part of my brain must have taken over, because I wasn’t thinking, just acting. I raced back to my room, packed my laptop, threw stuff in my bag and ran the three blocks to Grand Central. The next train to New Haven was the 9:49. I bought a ticket and boarded along with hundreds of other stunned-looking souls, and the train was quickly filling. I moved to the first car which was less crowded. The woman conductor came over the PA, her voice tight with panic. “We’re leaving now,” she said. I checked my watch. It was well shy of 9:49. “Clear the doors,” she said. “Clear the doors! There’s another train after this one.”  She never collected my ticket. I still have it.

En route to New Haven, cell phones still worked, and I connected with my partner Tim. He was crying because I was alive. He told me the towers had just collapsed, and I felt a wave of nausea come over me.

There was no writers’ meeting that day, or that week or the next. The studio went dark. When I returned to work, it was with a great sense of trepidation. Things that used to seem routine, like passing through Grand Central, now felt fraught with danger. As I left the studio Wednesday night, that first week back at work, our writers’ assistant looked up at me, forlornly, and said, “You’re so lucky. You get to leave.”

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