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February 18, 2010

Our Column in the 2/23 Issue of Soap Opera Digest

In our latest My Take/My Take Too column, Mallory takes the bold and possibly insane position that All My Children and General Hospital each do at least one thing very well and could school the other, while Becca pretends like she actually knows fictional characters in real life and takes Days of Our Lives' Hope and GH's Elizabeth to task for their recent behavior.  Bonus:  The Editors' Choice column has some deservedly high praise for the Lucky vs. Liz and Nikolas confrontation scenes

And this seems as good a time as any to ask:  Can we pool our resources and get some internet access for the people who write into the Ask Us feature asking SOD about pressing issues along the lines of whether someone on As the World Turns ever appeared in an episode of the Brady Bunch or if a side-by-side photo comparison of a soap actor from the 80s and an American Idol contestant will reveal previously unknown doppelganger status?  IMDB and Google Images, people!  They are things.  Look them up.

Comments

I just feel the need to express my utter "WHAT THE HELL" reaction to whatever JMB was wearing today on GH. Could the designers have made her look more like a middle-aged escort if they tried? That may have been the worst dress/makeup combo they've put her in.

When will we see scenes of Liz calling Lucky a three-peat cheat (Sarah, Maxie and Sam) a man-whore, slut, skanky and rutting with teenagers?

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