SOAPnet Celebrates Valentine’s Day

Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at 4:30 PM ET by Angela Rosa

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( – SOAPnet celebrates Valentine’s Day by revisiting old vows from ABC Daytime.

ABC Daytime has taken to heart the most romantic day of the year with their Valentine Day’s weekend. On Sunday, February 13, in a block entitled the “Valentine Vows Marathon”, SOAPnet will air repeats of “All My Children”, “One Life to Live” and “General Hospital” from 3PM to 7PM ET. In addition to that, ABC will air a classic wedding episode from each soap – Jack and Erica for “AMC”, original-Todd and Blair for “OLTL” and Patrick and Robin for “GH” – in the place of first run episodes on the ABC Network on Friday, February 11. Right before and closely following Valentine’s Day, “AMC”, “OLTL” and “GH” will air major first-run wedding related arcs on each soap.

The following is a list of the four “AMC”, “OLTL” and “GH” episodes that will air on the SOAPnet “Valentine Vows Marathon:

3PM to 4PM ET: (Encore Presentation of May 21, 2008 “AMC” Episode) Jesse and Angie bewcome man and wife again in front of family and friends. Special musical guest Ne-Yo performs.

4PM to 5PM ET: (Encore Presentation of May 23, 2008 “AMC” Episode) Jesse will stop at nothing to save his bride when she is abducted during their wedding reception.

5PM to 6PM ET: (Encore Presentation of November 13, 2003 “OLTL” Episode) “Walker” and Blair prepare to exchange vows. Will Viki and Kevin’s revelation about the grooms true identity (Todd Manning) stop the wedding?

6PM to 7PM ET: (Encore Presentation of February 16, 1999 “GH” Episode) Lucky takes Elizabeth on a romantic date to a church on Valentine’s Day. The pair exchange vows about their feelings and future.

“All My Children,” “One Life to Live” and “General Hospital” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings for airtime. “AMC,” “OLTL” and “GH” also airs anytime on

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