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May 26, 2009

Our Column In The 6/2 Issue of Soap Opera Digest

The latest issue of Soap Opera Digest is on newsstands now and features our latest My Take/My Take, Too column. This month, Mallory recalls the pain of two of her favorite couples in all of soapdom being ruined by All My Children and General Hospital because of the writers' ineptitude, while Becca compliments GH and Days (for real!) for their expert character rehabilitation and is grateful that Sam McCall and Sami Brady are watchable again.

Also in this issue: a summer preview, interviews with David Canary and Julia Barr, a retrospective of Stuart Chandler's history in Pine Valley and an amusing look at soap characters born in May, made all the more hilarious that AMC's Amanda and Colby, and Y&R's Adam were born in 1992, 1999, and 1995, respectively. Oh, SORAS, you crazy devil.


Loved your columns as usual...

Also the yearly "If Fans Wrote their shows" feature is this issue. They chose mine...That E.R. is me. =)

Some awesome person has posted the entire "Asian Quarter" storyline from GH on YouTube. Its so, SO good. Yeah, it has its cheesball 80's moments, but overall, its just epic. Frisco & Felicia were scorching, Robin was adorable, Robert Scorpio kicked major ass.

And then I remember the myriad reasons I don't watch the show anymore. Guza should burn.

Congrats, Beth, that's awesome.

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