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Don Michael Paul,
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Sheree J. Wilson,
Silly soap but kind of fun. I barely remember the plot but I DO remember Jo Ann Pflug being very good as an evil woman. George Lazenby was fun as was Greg Mullavy. The rest of the cast was adequate. The worst actor on the show was easily Kevin Spirtas. Ironically he was the best LOOKING actor too. It had the usual plots dealing with sex, murder, rape etc etc. It was no better and no worse than any other soap on the air. However there were multiple cast changes throughout the whole two seasons it was on. Figuring out who played who got annoying and confusing. When Pflug left, the show basically fell apart. I watched up until she left then I stopped. Not a bad soap but no different than the tons of others already on the air.
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