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February 04, 2010

Sad Day for Days Fans

Here's a rare completely sincere Serial Drama post...Even daytime fans who didn't watch Days probably understand the significance of this:  Frances Reid has passed away

Hopefully Days gives Alice Horton a proper sendoff; she was the heart and matriarch of the show for decades.  More importantly, our sympathies go out to her family and friends, including those on the Days set.

Sniffle.

(In addition to the link above, check out We Love Soaps' ongoing coverage.)

Comments

She was the one calming influence in a show that has seen some very odd storylines. She will be greatly missed.

A sad sad day for all daytime fans indeed. Thoughts and prayers go out to her family and loved ones. She will be missed and irreplacable.

Whether you're a DAYS fan or not, you have to have heard of Frances and all her work in DAYS. I'm so sad to hear about her pass ing. She definitly will be missed.

I can't believe only 3 comments? That depresses me.

Frances Reid was the bomb! As was Mrs. H!

She will be missed. RIP.

Such sad news. She will be greatly missed.

This is how I prefer to remember the legendary Frances Reid. She is awesome personified.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2uhT4qUWdg#t=1m53s

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