What a difference a year makes, huh "One Life to Live" fans? Looking back through the Soap Opera Network archives, I happened upon the last column that I had written. It was November 30, 2011, nearly two weeks after Prospect Park made the now infamous decision to scrap their plans to revive "OLTL" online, just five days after the soap wrapped production on its ABC run. And now here we are just over a year later, with that plan seemingly resurrected and "One Life," along with sister soap "All My Children," a month away from resuming production for new episodes on the internet.

"One Life to Live" parodies "Look Who's Talking," but does it mean the end of Llanview as we know it?

"All My Children's" television run comes to an end, "The Chew" debuts in its place, and "One Life to Live" asks fans to sample Ford's wiener.

With the Prospect Park era about to begin for "One Life to Live," the show appears to be in better shape than its sister soap "All My Children."

Just another abnormal week of "One Life to Live."

What happens when real life interferes with reel life?