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July 23, 2009

Our Column in the 7/28 Issue of Soap Opera Digest

Our latest My Take/My Take, Too column is in the newest issue of Soap Opera Digest, which is on newsstands now. Mallory questions the wisdom in two ABC soaps featuring the same "A popular character died. Don't despair, though: her unknown twin, who was sold at birth, is now in town romancing her love interest!" story at the same time. Her biggest query, as ever, is...how does anyone, anywhere, find this entertaining?  Meanwhile, Becca worries that Days of Our Lives and its penchant for slow-moving stories and poorly paced romances will botch the returns of the ever-awesome Wally Kurth and Crystal Chappell.

Comments

Hi, love your blog but, where has the Days blog been?

Hi Kate. Days is my gig and I've just been swamped with real-life work so haven't been blogging as much. Plus the show has been fairly boring and, how do I put this politely, nobody seems to read the Days blogs when we do them! But I am hoping to get back to them next week. I did a Week in Review a couple of weeks back and you can expect more of those and some Vintage Suds ones too.

I don't watch DOOL. I haven't since HS. But I triple love the Vintage Suds blogs. All those applique tops, shoulder pads, Emilio's hair, and vintage Jen & Jack or Jen and Frankie, ahhh sweet memories. Vintage Suds is where it's it :-)

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