Get On With It!
Today's One Life to Live was more of a big set of teasers than a real episode that moves plot forward (which is fine), so I just have a few stray thoughts...
After listening to Jessica talk today as if today was her first happy, worry-free wedding, I realized my memory is foggy. Someone give me a history reminder-- Jessica's wedding to Nash was...what? I loved that couple, but I can't remember their wedding and have some bad feeling it was one of those hospital-bed weddings. Someone fill in the gaps! Otherwise, there was Tico and there was Antonio, right? I can see the inherent drama with the wedding to Tico, but remind me what the drama was at her wedding to Antonio?
It's nice that everyone in town has an experience-based point of view about paternity lies.
Blair and Tomas were apparently, like, the H-story today (their first few scenes were about two lines of dialogue). But how sexy did Ted King look in those glasses?
I want to drink wine with him!
Any chance that while Cutter and Kelly are faux-dating each other (well, they're dating, but one is doing it to serve a con and the other is doing it on the rebound) they might actually fall for each other for real? I'm seeing a little spark there. Maybe it's just that he's so much more interesting than this incarnation of Joey?
Also, Charlie has become utterly unbearable. It's one thing to disagree with your wife on an issue or a person, but it's another to treat her like she's gone off the deep end into human abomination for not agreeing with you. He needs to shut it, and fast.
I admit I'm a little bummed that the shit's going to hit the fan at least in part due to my favorite couple:
It's a little cartoonish, but I did love that Rama was the one physically protecting Vimal. But if they're the ones to blow this out of the water, it seems to me that they're essentially just plot points who can easily be dismissed, so I'm making a concerted effort not to get attached. But it's not easy.
I guess tomorrow's a big day! Maybe the rest of their family and friends will show up to the big wedding then? Yeah, probably not.