OLTL Recap: Friday, July 17, 2009

Friday, July 17, 2009 6:00 PM ET | By Scotty Gore


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” Episode Recap – Friday, July 17, 2009.

IT HAPPENED TODAY…

“In Cold Blood”

Rex doesn’t want to hear anything Stacy has to say, quickly grabbing the bag of blood out of her hands. Stacy is crushed when Rex accuses of being delusional if she truly thinks he could ever love her but she refuses to accept the reality of the situation. Stacy snatches the bag of blood back from Rex.

Marty confronts Todd, telling him he’s ruined her for all other men as she’s too afraid to love someone. Téa goes to the firing range to try and take out some of her frustrations by shooting at a target of Todd. John joins Téa but neither one is left feeling much better. Dorian is disgusted to discover Blair slept with Todd. Dorian surmises that even if Blair doesn’t want Todd, she sure as heck doesn’t want any other woman to have him either.

After a talk with Rachel, Greg tells Destiny and Shaun he’s decided to stick around a while longer. Destiny gets an idea on how to help Matt.

On the Next One Life to Live…

  • Rex and Gigi are free of Stacy.
  • John and Blair say good-bye.
  • Bo and Nora’s intimate moment is interrupted by Matthew’s news.

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



Friday, July 17, 2009 6:00 PM ET | By Angela Rosa


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “General Hospital” Episode Recap – Friday, July 17, 2009.

IT HAPPENED TODAY…

Carly is thrilled when Jax takes her to their new house.

Claudia and Sonny are transfixed by the ultrasound images of the baby but any goodwill between them evaporates while they wait for the results of the paternity test.

Keifer provokes Michael into attacking him and then plays innocent in front of the president of the country club. Carly calls Sonny for back up after defending Michael to the club president. Keifer later becomes violent when Kristina rebuffs his advances.

Spinelli creates a romantic setting for Maxie and hopes she’ll figure out the clues in the poem he wrote telling her where to meet him.

Nikolas is upset over Rebecca’s decision to move in with the Quartermaines.

On the Next General Hospital…

  • Claudia gets the news she’s been praying for.
  • Sonny makes another play for Olivia.
  • A potential tragedy is in the making.

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



Friday, July 17, 2009 1:16 PM PT | By Errol Lewis

Lisa LoCicero (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — The event was free and you paid for your own food, but it was one of the best events I’ve ever been to at the “General Hospital” Fan Club Weekend. Which event am I talking about? Lisa LoCicero’s.

Brunch with Lisa LoCicero was a wonderful experience. The event wasn’t overcrowded as only a limited number of people could attend. Lisa was able to have full-on conversations with her fans in addition to taking photos and signing autographs. She even had time to sit down and eat herself. Which event can you honestly say you’ve had the same experience?

Soaps in Depth magazine is here covering Lisa’s event as well and according to their conversation with Lisa, Jolivia (Johnny and Olivia) fans can expect some hot make out scenes between the duo in the near future. “Wait ’til you see it!”

Jim Warren is also here and despite what many of you think, he’s actually a nice guy. He took group shots of Lisa with all of her fans, so look out for that pic to hit the net in a couple of weeks.

After the Jim Warren shoot, Lisa gathered her fans together in a big circle for a Q&A session. She answered questions about her scenes with Brandon Barash (Johnny) and Maurice Benard (Sonny). For reference, she’ll be having some nice scenes with Johnny next week, in addition to her upcoming make out session. Lisa noted that often than not the actors will hide their scripts behind a pillow while they are in between takes, so if you see a character sitting down on a couch in an episode, it is likely the actor has their script lying around close to them.

Lisa is a supporter of a potential Claudia/Dante pairing as she’s seen the chemistry that Sarah Brown (Claudia) and Dominic Zamprogna (Dante) share. I’d have to agree with Lisa as Claudia will be losing her baby next week after learning that Sonny is really the father. With Ric (Rick Hearst) no longer on the show, it is about time Claudia got a man that is willing to sex her up and play against her strengths and weaknesses without being kept in the dark for a change. Though Dante will have his work cut out for him as Claudia will seek revenge on those who’ve wronged her. Watch out Port Charles.

Have any of you ever thought that Lisa seems to resemble Sandra Bullock (“The Proposal”) and Vanessa Marcil (ex-Brenda, “GH”) just a little? Apparently you aren’t the only one. Lisa heard from her agent that the show was contemplating having her come in as a Brenda recast, but Lisa made it clear that those were “shoes [I] wasn’t willing to fill.” As for Sandra, Lisa noted that a classmate of her son’s told her that “you look like a lady from a commercial I saw from a movie. You have to marry me.”

My thanks goes out to Michelle Bell, Shelley Brown, Angelina Herrera, and Jen Brown at Lisa LoCicero Online, who organized the event and made the experience one to remember.

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


Discussion: Brunch with Lisa LoCicero


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    Friday, July 17, 2009 2:48 PM ET | By Scotty Gore


    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” channels a pair of deceased reclusive New York socialites for an upcoming fantasy sequence involving two lovelorn characters.

    Llanview aristocrats Dorian Lord and her niece Blair Cramer are two women who have recently found themselves in a place they never thought they would be — totally alone and utterly miserable. Further adding salt to the wound is that fact everyone else they encounter appears happy and serene.

    Blair recently lost the ‘love of her life’ Todd Manning to his old flame Téa Delgado, while Dorian’s new love interest, Ray Montez, hightailed it back to his native Columbia after his psychotic daughter confessed to killing her own mother in cold blood.

    Friday, July 31st, the two aging debutantes make an attempt to drown their sorrows by indulging themselves in fancy drinks of the alcoholic nature, and pricey massages and beauty treatments.

    But by the following Monday, Blair’s mind begins to drift away to thoughts of what her life, as well as her Aunt Dorian’s, would be like if neither were to ever find love again. As she daydreams, she pictures the two of them in a scene straight out of the cult film “Grey Gardens,” becoming eccentric old women who have let the outside world pass them by.

    For those who may not understand the reference, “Grey Gardens” was a 1975 Albert Maysles documentary starring Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale (aunt of former First Lady Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis), and her daughter of the same name. The feature film depicted the everyday lives of the reclusive socialite mother/daughter duo as they lived in the dilapidated Grey Gardens mansion in an affluent neighorhood in East Hampton, New York.

    For several decades, the two women lived alone in the old home, surviving on little money and in near total isolation. The elder Beale (referred to as “Big Edie”), was married to Phelan Beale, who purchased the home, built just before the turn of the century, in 1905. Following their divorce only a few years later, mother and daughter kept possession of the mansion, while Phelan moved to another part of town. For nearly fifty years, the duo would continue to call Grey Gardens home.

    By the early 1970s however, the Beale’s faced eviction by the Suffolk County Health Department, which was aghast to learn that the house was infested with fleas, overrun with cats and raccoons, had no running water or indoor plumbing, become a dumping ground for garbage, and was nearing collapse. However, Big Edie’s nieces Jackie Onassis and her sister donated the necessary funds to help bring the home up to code. Around this time, Albert and David Maysles were granted special permission to interview the ladies and tell their story on camera.

    Big Edie died 1977, and Little Edie finally sold the home two years later (she would survive until 2002). The home was purchased by Ben Bradlee, former editor of the Washington Post, and his wife Sally Quinn, who eventually had Grey Gardens completely restored to the mansion’s original grandeur.

    Following the release of the original film, several other theater and film adaptations were released. Among them was the 2009 dramatization of the original 1975 film for HBO, and starred Brew Barrymore, Jessica Lange, and Daniel Baldwin.

    For more information on “Grey Gardens,” click here.

    As for “One Life to Live,” look for the fantasy sequence involving Kassie DePaiva and Robin Strasser as Blair Cramer and Dorian Lord to air on Monday, August 3rd. The scenes will not encompass the entire episode however, as other characters and storylines will also be featured.  To view larger versions of any of the pictures, click here.  


    Photos: Heidi Gutman/ABC

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


    Discussion: ‘One Life’ Transforms La Boulaie Into ‘Grey Gardens’



    Friday, July 17, 2009 8:00 AM ET | By Angela Rosa


    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — What truths may come.

    THIS WEEK ON: ALL MY CHILDREN

    On Monday, July 20, David’s flirtation with Liza ceases after her comment about children hits the doctor hard. Jake and Amanda introduce baby Trevor to a surprised Tad on Tuesday, July 21. Taylor volunteers to help Jake and Amanda hide Trevor from David. Liza’s unexpected arrival puts Taylor, Jake, Tad and Amanda in a pickle. Tad tries to work Liza on Wednesday, July 22, while the rest of the gang tries to sneak out with baby Trevor. Tad and Taylor’s bond grows. Randi receives North’s murder weapon in the mail on Thursday, July 23. Frankie shows Brot the text message he received that questions the paternity of Randi’s baby. Jesse rushes Randi to the hospital after she doubles over in pain. Randi has a miscarriage. Frankie tries to be strong for Randi. Jesse confronts Madison on Friday, July 24.

    The Inside Story: …All Alone with the Memory
    Emma and Scott both cover for Annie on Monday, July 20. Adam is impressed as he watches Annie attempt to cut a deal with Willis; JR is not. Kendall explains to a resistant Zach, Erica and Ryan why she feels she has to take the plea bargain. Zach takes Kendall in his arms to comfort her. On Tuesday, July 21, Marian demands Liza cease representing Kendall or else. The Slater’s are honest about their feelings for each other. Kendall goes to Willis’ office with Zach and Liza, prepared to accept the plea bargain.

    Willis informs Kendall, Zach and Liza that the plea deal is off the table due to Emma’s impending eyewitness account and tells them that he’s going after a murder one conviction. Erica tries to reassure Kendall. Ryan and Erica hide Emma at a safe house. Kendall confronts Emma about her story on Wednesday, July 22. Ryan draws the line after a desperate Kendall ends up scaring Emma. Emma swipes Erica’s phone. Zach scoffs at Liza’s suggestion that they take a play from Annie’s book and manipulate Emma in an effort to create reasonable doubt. Jesse tells Zach that he’ll try to stall Willis for a while longer. Jesse later arrives at the mansion to question Annie, who is shocked when Emma calls her from Erica’s phone. Annie quickly ends the call and makes up a story. Ryan tries to convince Annie that they can’t put Emma through the trauma of testifying at the murder trial. Unable to reach Ryan, Erica calls Zach when Liza arrives to question Emma. Zach gets an idea when Liza points out that somebody other than Ryan needs to talk to Emma.

    Adam is unsettled after reading the file on Annie that Willis provided. Meanwhile, while helping Scott go through Stuart’s things in the Chandler attic, Annie has a telling memory of the night of Stuart’s murder. Adam also has an interesting memory of that night; one that prompts him to accuse Annie of murder on Thursday, July 23. Zach gently probes Emma about the night of the murder. Ryan arrives on the scene just as Emma is about to reveal something important. Zach and Liza face Ryan’s ire. Erica and Ryan take a withdrawn Emma to the hospital. Kendall, on the verge of losing all hope, conjures up Stuart in her mind. Stuart tells Kendall that he’ll help her get to the truth on Friday, July 24. Kendall goes to the mansion to tell Adam she’s sorry after remembering more from the night of the murder. Adam apologizes to Annie for his accusation. Zach finds Kendall, who tells him that she thinks she killed Stuart. Adam hands a recording of his and Kendall’s earlier encounter to Willis.

    All My Children News and Headlines:

    AMC ALERTS: WEEK OF JULY 27, 2009

    • Baby Stuart’s colic prompts a turning point for David and Liza. (Soap Opera Digest)
    • Tad and Taylor’s growing attraction gets under Krystal’s skin. (TV Guide Listings)

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



    Friday, July 17, 2009 8:00 AM ET | By Angela Rosa


    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Is it worth saving me?

    THIS WEEK ON: GENERAL HOSPITAL

    Flanked by Max and Milo, Sonny confronts the country club president about his treatment of Michael on Monday, July 20. A beautiful engagement ring tempts Maxie to give Spinelli the answer he wants on Tuesday, July 21. Sonny sends Jason to deliver an apology to Olivia, who is in the middle of a conversation with Dominic when he arrives on Wednesday, July 22. Olivia denies Dominic’s observation about her and Sonny on Thursday, July 23. Dominic tells his pissed off mother that his employer is none other than Sonny Corinthos. Robin’s spill puts Patrick out of commission. Jax rushes Carly to the hospital after she faints where they learn that the slightest stress could cause Carly to have a fatal stroke on Friday, July 24. Jax doesn’t tell Carly about the situation with Michael.

    The Inside Story: Crime & Consequence
    Claudia rushes home to share the paternity results with Sonny but gets into a horrific accident trying to avoid a collision with a reckless driver. Carly pulls Claudia from the wreckage. After finding Olivia and Sonny in a lip-lock on Tuesday, July 21, a disgusted Johnny informs a disbelieving Sonny that the paternity test confirmed that he’s the father of Claudia’s baby. Sonny realizes that Johnny was telling the truth as he sees Claudia being wheeled in to the hospital E.R. A guilt-stricken Sonny stays by Claudia’s side at the hospital. Robin and Patrick inform Sonny that Claudia has a brain injury that needs immediate treatment. Claudia refuses medication after learning it would most likely kill her unborn child and opts to instead go with risky brain surgery. An upset Johnny confronts Claudia about her decision. With Patrick unable to operate, Matt is put on the hot-seat. Johnny issues Matt a lethal warning. Matt’s procedure is a success. Claudia and Johnny’s joy turns into heartbreak when Kelly arrives with devastating news on Friday, July 24.

    A hurt Kristina, an angry Michael and a tipsy Alexis take to the road where tragedy erupts on Monday, July 20. Michael tells Jason he thinks he cause Claudia’s accident. Jason tries to erase all links to Michael and Claudia’s accident. Kristina fears she caused Claudia’s accident. Sam notices Kristina’s unease. Jason and Sam share their suspicions. Sam learns that Alexis was also on the road at the time of Claudia’s accident when her mother comes to her for help in getting rid of the footage of her and Andrea’s latest confrontation. Michael makes a confession to Kristina on Wednesday, July 22. Kristina tries to make Michael see that someone else may have caused Claudia’s accident. Kristina overhears Andrea detailing the circumstances that led to Alexis most likely causing Claudia’s accident. Diane asks Alexis if there’s any possibility that she may have caused the accident. Jason races to the police station on Thursday, July 23, after Morgan tells him that Michael’s gone to confess to causing the accident. Despite Jason and Diane’s protest, Mac arrests Michael after he makes a full confession. Kristina accuses Alexis of letting Michael take the fall for her wrong-doing. Sam gently confronts Kristina about her own culpability.

    General Hospital News and Headlines:

    GH ALERTS: WEEK OF JULY 27, 2009

    • Sam and Jason team up after learning what Michael and Kristina are up to. (TV Guide Listings)

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



    OLTL PreVUE: Week of July 20 Edition

    Friday, July 17, 2009 8:00 AM ET | By Scotty Gore


    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — And they all fall down.

    THIS WEEK ON: ONE LIFE TO LIVE

    Greg saves the life of one of the teens Rachel is counseling when the boy suffers a head injury on Monday, July 20. Destiny thinks Téa could be the answer to Matthew’s troubles. Soon thereafter, his parent’s are on the receiving end of Matthew’s rage. Bo and Nora don’t give much thought to their son’s lawsuit against them, that is until they learn that Téa will be representing him in court on Thursday, July 23. Téa, meanwhile, refuses to give into Nora’s demands that she drop the case, claiming she will only back off if Matthew instructs her to do so. Viki holds nothing back when Clint tells her he may have destroyed his chance at happiness with Nora, offering him some rather sound advice. On Friday, July 24, Nora attempts to use her son’s lawsuit as a reason to postpone her wedding to Clint. Shaun, Rachel, and Greg learn of the litigation from Matthew and Destiny. As Cristian reads the coded letter Fish left for Kyle, Layla asks Fish why he decided to tell his co-workers that they were dating, after asking her to keep it a secret while on the job. Explaining that he has to appear macho in front of the other cops, Fish rejects Layla’s advances on Tuesday, July 21. Kyle catches Cristian with the letter, and manages to dodge his questions. Fish overreacts when Layla asks him if he is gay; a lovesick Kyle thinks about Fish on Wednesday, July 22. And Shaun gets the wrong idea after finding Rachel in his brother’s hotel room on Thursday, July 23.

    The Inside Story: They Say the Mind is the First to Go
    A naive Stacy issues Rex an ultimatum — either sleep with her once more or she will destroy the extra bag of blood. Rex refuses to play games with her, however, telling her that, while he would do anything to save his son, he would feel repulsed and disgusted during every second that they were intimate. Crushed, a dejected Stacy hands over the bag of blood to Rex on Monday, July 20. As Rex and Gigi celebrate that Stacy is finally out of their lives, the coniving little trap secretly vows to continue fighting until her claws are firmly into her man. Later, a carefree Gigi encounters her slutty sister in a parking garage armed with a crowbar, which she used to vandalize Gigi’s car. Stacy taunts her sister once more, claiming that she isn’t giving up without a fight. Fed up with her sister’s manipulations, Gigi physically attacks Stacy on Tuesday, July 21. Lunging for Gigi, Stacy takes a tumble down a flight of stairs. Meanwhile, after being confronted by Rex, Roxy makes a tearful admission that Shane’s stem cell donor and Rex’s father are one in the same. As she is about to reveal his identity, Gigi calls with news of Stacy’s accident on Wednesday, July 22. As much as she despises her sister, Gigi is nonetheless relieved to learn that she was not seriously injured in the fall. While Rex continues to lie to Gigi about sleeping the enemy, the doctor takes Stacy by surprise with the news that she’s pregnant. After learning just what a wackjob Stacy was the night before, Rex contacts Bo to press charges against her, and is clearly concerned for Gigi and Shane’s safety on Friday, July 23. Losing all touch with reality, Stacy contemplates a peaceful, happy life with Rex and their baby. Just wanting the situation to end once and for all, Gigi offers to drop the charges against Stacy, on the condition that she disappear from their lives forever. And Rex confesses to Bo that he slept with Stacy only once, and that he never plans to share the news with Gigi.

    A Closer Look: Green with Envy
    Once the divorce papers are signed, John and Blair share a bittersweet farewell. Starr and Cole have sex for the first time since creating baby Hope on Wednesday, July 22. After witnessing his son kissing Langston, Ernesto completely disowns Markko. Langston tries to raise Markko’s spirits. After waking up and basking in the afterglow of their night together, Starr and Cole overhear some shocking news on Hope’s baby monitor on Thursday, July 23. The pair listens as Dorian scolds Todd for sleeping with Blair. After convincing Dorian that Téa is really the one he wants to be with, she offers to give him pointers on how to get back in her good graces. Meanwhile, Blair pays Téa a visit under the pretense of apologizing for her actions, but is really there to gloat about her tryst with Todd. As things heat up, Blair and Téa quickly get swept up into a major catfight. After delivering the final blow, a smug Blair storms out. By Friday, July 24, Téa is dumbfounded when Todd, whom she thinks has finally lost his mind, presents her with a key to La Boulaie and invites her to move in. The news, as expected, does not go over well with Blair, who is filled with rage at Dorian upon learning that it was all her idea. In her defense, however, Dorian tries to explain to her niece that she only did what she did to keep her from making yet another mistake by hooking up with Todd.

    One Life to Live News and Headlines

    OLTL ALERTS: WEEK OF JULY 27, 2009

    • Rex unleashes his anger on Gigi. (National Enquirer)
    • Bo and Nora decide to act on their feelings. (National Enquirer)
    • Jessica thinks she sees a ghost. (National Enquirer)
    • Matthew tells Bo and Nora that he’ll see ‘em in court. (National Enquirer)
    • Brody, Jessica, Natalie, and Jared notice a misprint on the wedding banner. (Soap Opera Digest)
    • The wedding rehearsal for Clint/Nora and Viki/Charlie’s double wedding is full of unexpected surprises. (Soap Opera Digest)
    • Rex advises Bo not to keep his feelings for Nora all bottled up. (Soap Opera Digest)

    Discussion: 


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      Friday, July 17, 2009 1:07 AM PT | By Errol Lewis

      Megan Ward (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — After the Thursday, July 16 airing of ABC’s “General Hospital,” rumors began flying that Megan Ward, who portrays Kate Howard on the soap, is done filming. Not true says a “General Hospital” spokesman.

      “It was not Megan’s last day. You will see her again.”

      Nearly two years since joining the cast of “GH,” Ward was bumped to recurring status in April 2009 along with Rick Hearst (ex-Ric Lansing), who recently jumped ship to CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful” when the soap offered him a contract in order to retun to the soap as Whipple ‘Whip’ Jones III.

      Ward is best known for her roles in such primetime series as FOX’s “Party of Five” and “Melrose Place” and the series “Dark Skies.” She can next be seen in the film “The Invited” due out this year. The film also stars Victor Browne (ex-Drew Buchanan, “One Life to Live”) and Lou Diamond Phillips.

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


      Discussion:


      • The Bold and the Beautiful
      • General Hospital
      • B&B
      • Rick Hearst
      • GH
      • Megan Ward
      • Party of Five
      • Melrose Place
      • Dark Skies
      • Lou Diamond Phillips
      • Victor Browne.

        Wednesday, July 16, 2009 7:11 PM ET | By Scotty Gore


        (SoapOperaNetwork.com) – “One Life to Live’s” resident physic returns when a certain widow asks the clairvoyant to contact the spirit of her dead husband.

        As the Buchanan family gathers round at Asa’s lodge on Monday, July 27th in celebration of the upcoming nuptials of two of the town’s leading couples Renee, sensing the presence of her late husband and ruthless family patriarch Asa Buchanan, turns to Madame Delphina (Lea DeLaria) for help in contacting his restless spirit. However, things don’t go quite as planned, when the physic receives some strange vibes while trying to reach the old coot from the other side.

        Fans may recall that DeLaria first appeared as Delphina back in 1999, when she was hired by Dorian Lord to communicate with the spirit of her presumed dead husband Mel Hayes, following the crash of an airplane which he was aboard. There meetings cumulated in an onscreen kiss between Dorian and Delphina, who was possessed with Mel’s spirit at the time. The character was resurrected last year when Delphina was brought in to help locate Rex Balsom and Bo Buchanan after the pair were struck by lightning and transported back in time 40 years to 1968, where she performed double duty by also portraying Delphina’s male equivalent, Dr. Del Fina, who worked to help Bo and Rex return to the year 2008. In addition, Madame Delphina also attempted to help Dorian find David earlier this year before he learned of his true paternity, sensed danger for Starr’s unborn baby, and provided Langston Wilde with a cryptic message concerning her family, among other things.

        Further spooking the clan is the fact that it appears that someone is lurking about just outside the lodge. While the mystery man has yet to be identified, Jessica is sure that it is the ghost of her deceased husband Nash Brennan, following a series of bizarre coincidences, one of which even involves her daughter Bree. But is she right, or is her mind simply playing tricks on her as her heart continues to grieve for the husband and child she lost? And, if the man is more than just a figment of her imagination, is he from the world of the living, or from the realm of the dead?

        As his brother’s wedding to his ex-wife draws nearer, Bo Buchanan begins to wonder if he’s crazy for harboring lingering feelings for Nora. As he ponders his dilemma, he decides to pay a visit to the one person who despises her more than life itself. But upon arriving at Statesville Prison on Friday, July 31st, will Lindsay (Catherine Hickland) be able to give Bo the reassurance he needs, or will his feelings for his ex become clear as mud?

        And finally, Evan Joiner is back as Asher, the teenage pill pusher, beginning Wednesday, July 29th, as Cole and John’s undercover sting to bring down Llanview’s drug dealers gets underway.

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


        Discussion: Lea DeLaria Takes Llanview to the After ‘Life’



        Thursday, July 16, 2009 6:00 PM ET | By Angela Rosa


        (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Thursday, July 16, 2009.

        IT HAPPENED TODAY…

        Emma insists to Ryan that she saw Kendall shoot Stuart. Zach doesn’t believe Emma’s claim but Ryan thinks his daughter is telling the truth. Ryan walks in as Emma’s talking to Annie on the phone. Kendall asks Zach if he’s starting to have doubts about her innocence.

        Erica confronts Liza after learning she’s taken over Kendall’s case and accuses her of wanting to get Zach for herself.

        Assistant District Attorney Andrew Willis questions Erica, who points the finger at Annie. JR clashes with Annie. Annie maintains her innocence when questioned by Willis and voices her love for Adam, who declares his love for her in return.

        Jake tells Amanda the truth about her baby, explaining how Liza blackmailed him. Jake reveals to Amanda that Liza only thinks she has Amanda’s baby because he switched babies and gave her a different child. Amanda peers in at her son when Jake takes her to the country cottage.

        On the Next All My Children…

        • The evidence against Kendall continues to mount.
        • Amanda has an emotional reunion with her baby.
        • Annie sneaks out of the mansion.

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