Jennifer wins a walk-on part to a popular soap opera where a real murder of an actress has taken place. After a successful day on the set, Jennifer is asked to help write the next few ... See full summary »

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Max
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Ray Martin / Dr. Scott
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Damian / Dr. Porter
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Richard Bauer
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Lt. Davern
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Bill Stegmeyer (as Stephen Keep)
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Diane
Lanna Saunders ...
Monica Haines
Sarah Marshall ...
Mrs. Wentworth-Hays
Stewart Moss ...
Lee Blair
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Edwin Owens ...
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Jennifer wins a walk-on part to a popular soap opera where a real murder of an actress has taken place. After a successful day on the set, Jennifer is asked to help write the next few episodes when the head writer is murdered by the actor whose character is about to die in the show. Will Jennifer be next?

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1 March 1983 (USA)  »

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Calgon, Take Me Away.
11 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Turns out Max is a major soap opera fan and is lost in the world of Daytime between 2:30 and 3pm. And wouldn't you know it, now he's gotten Jennifer all invested in "Doctor's Hospital," too. And by invested, I mean Mecca for any soap fan, a walk-on role on the soap. So, not only do J&J enter the world of one of my favorite genres, soap operas, but a boatload of real soap stars of the time guested in fun roles. Of course, folks are dropping right and left, and in true soap opera fashion in TODAY's day and age, it doesn't take a brain trust to figure out who the nutjob is. Lanna Saunders and John McCook turn out amusing performances at total divas, and the gorgeous Leann Hunley appears as the short-lived, screaming ingénue. And great fear from Stefanie. She's capable of so much, and finally, she's directed to emote the way she's supposed to when she's about to die. Very nice job. Also great was Peter Brown in one helluva scenery-chewing role. Not so happy to report, however, Deanne has been replaced by some other secretary! Hrmph. Best scene of the ep, J&J running lines in the tub. Hee!


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