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Today in Soap Opera History (October 28)

1968: Oltl's Jim asked Price to assist with Carla's case.

1980: The Edge of Night's Geraldine interrupted Raven's plans.

1985: Days of our Lives' Patch attacked Hope.

2010: General Hospital's Mike appeared for the final time."The best prophet of the future is the past."

― Lord Byron

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

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1968: Joan Crawford made the second of four appearances on The Secret Storm as Joan Borman Kane, substituting for her sick daughter Christina Crawford.

1968: On One Life to Live, Joe (Lee Patterson) told Anna (Doris Belack) about his feelings for her, which went beyond the boundaries of friendship. Meredith (Trish Van Devere) had left
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Today in Soap Opera History (October 14)

1980: Larkin Malloy made his Edge of Night debut.

1980: Gh's Laura didn't leave after saying goodbye to Luke.

1985: Oltl's Tina figured out Viki was Niki Smith.

2001: Degrassi: The Next Generation premiered."The best prophet of the future is the past."

― Lord Byron

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

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1970: On Another World, after being jilted by the man she loved, Wayne Addison (Robert Milli), Liz (Nancy Wickwire) was convinced she had no life. "I have nothing," she told her daughter, Susan (Lisa Cameron). "Nothing that matters."

1980: Larkin Malloy made his first appearance on The Edge of Night as "Schuyler Whitney."

1980: On General Hospital, Jennifer Smith
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Mary Willard, Comedy Playwright & Wife Of Fred Willard, Dead At 71

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Mary Willard, playwright, TV writer and wife of four-time Emmy nominee Fred Willard, has died at the age of 71.

Willard died on July 13, but news of her death was recently made public.

Champion is the one word that comes to mind when remembering Mary Willard and she wasn’t just Fred Willard’s best cheerleader, but she also mentored and nurtured a number of creative comedic writers and actors through the Willards’ Los Angeles-based comedy sketch group The Mohos over the last two-plus decades (which anecdotally I was a part of some years ago).

‘Let’s put on a show’ was an unofficial mantra, and within less than two-weeks time, the troupe would pull wigs out of the closet and brush up pages for performances at the Io West and The Bang Theater and even as far as the Inland Empire. Those trying out sketches at Mohos had the opportunity
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Today in Soap Opera History (July 15)

1968: Agnes Nixon's One Life to Live premiered on ABC."All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut."

Anne Brontë in "Agnes Grey"

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1940: On The Guiding Light, Rose Kransky (Ruth Bailey) and Charles Cunningham had dinner together after a chance meeting on the street.

The episode opened with the following narration: "Where we are free to act, we are also free to refrain from acting. And where we are able to say no, we
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Yes, That Was Greg Evigan Playing Jim Harvey on General Hospital!

Viewers of General Hospital were taken by surprise when they tuned in to watch the Dec. 3 episode and saw a very familiar face — Greg Evigan was playing Jim Harvey, the head of Niagara Equities. The land developer was initially looking to set up a construction project in Port Charles, but his secret plans — as well as his mysterious past connection to Franco and Drew — made him a major player on the soap! Evigan will be immediately recognizable to television viewers from his role as Billie Joe McKay (opposite a chimpanzee!) in the ‘70s series B.J. And The Bear as well as Joey Harris on the popular ‘80s sitcom My Two Dads opposite Paul Reiser. He also starred in the series P.S. I Luv You and Tek War as well as appearing in other primetime shows like Dallas, Touched By An Angel, and Jag. His most recent TV acting role
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Spotted: Your Favorite '90s Star in Stranger Things Season 2

Image Source: Netflix You may have noticed that a couple of stars from the '80s and '90s joined Stranger Things season two. First there's Sean Astin, of The Goonies and Rudy fame, as Bob the Brain. The second is Will's doctor at the Department of Energy. Dr. Owens is played by prolific comedian Paul Reiser. This 60-year-old New Yorker got his big break in entertainment in the 1982 Barry Levinson film Diner, which costars Kevin Bacon, Tim Daly, Steve Guttenberg, Mickey Rourke, and Daniel Stern. (It's worth a watch if you ever get a chance.) RelatedHas Stranger Things Already Started Planning Season 3? Here's What We Know After appearing in the first two Beverly Hills Cop films, Reiser landed one of the starring roles on the NBC sitcom My Two Dads opposite Greg Evigan and Staci Keanan. If you're the right age (like I am), you were a huge fan
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Battle of the Network Stars Full Cast Announced: The 10 Celebs We’re Most Psyched to See Throw Down

Battle of the Network Stars Full Cast Announced: The 10 Celebs We’re Most Psyched to See Throw Down
This is either going to be really good or so bad, it’s great. But either way, ABC’s relaunch of Battle of the Network Stars (premiering Thursday, June 29 at 9/8c) is looking like the summer’s must-see — especially since on Tuesday the full list of competitors was released. The celebrities we’re most psyched to see throwing down in events like the kayak relay race and dunk tank:

RelatedSummer TV Calendar: 90+ Premiere and Finale Dates to Save for June/July

Lou Ferrigno: Don’t we all want to believe that, even at age 65, the Incredible Hulk is invincible?
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‘Terror Birds’ DVD Review

Stars: Jessica Lee Keller, Lindsey Sporrer, Greg Evigan, Leslie Easterbrook, Dillon Cavitt, Evan Miller, Sarah Joy Byington, Heath Allyn, Mark Hanson, Craig Nigh, Sam Stinson, Carlton Caudle | Written by Jake Helgren | Directed by Sean Cain

Ok, when you buy a film called Terror Birds you surely know what you getting… A film horror film about a group of people getting terrorised by one or more horrific killer birds. And that’s Exactly what you get! However if you’re a horror fan, and one that pays particular attention to cast and crew on Dtv titles, you’ll also be expecting something special given that Terror Birds comes from writer Jake Helgren – whose previous films Varsity Blood and Bloody Homecoming were both highly enjoyable modern takes on the classic slasher movie.

Maddy Stern’s father, a fanatical birdwatcher, goes missing during a routine birdwatching excursion, so she and her college pals
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My Two Dads: NBC Sitcom Joining Antenna TV and Up TV

My Two Dads is back. Sitcoms Online reports both Up TV and Antenna TV are now airing re-runs of the 1980s NBC sitcom.Created by Michael Jacobs and Danielle Alexandra, the show starred Paul Reiser and Greg Evigan as two former friends who are awarded joint custody of a young girl. The cast also included Staci Keanan, Chad Allen, Giovanni Ribisi, Florence Stanley, and Dick Butkus. The comedy ran for three seasons before NBC cancelled it in 1990.Read More…
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March 2016 VOD Releases Include Ava’S Possessions, Baskin, Emelie, The Revenant

For those of you genre fans out there always on the lookout for interesting horror and sci-fi films to enjoy from the comfort of your own home, March’s VOD selections feature several great indie movies that should make for some entertaining viewings this month.

Ava’s Possessions, a film I really dug out of last year’s SXSW Film Festival, is finally making its way onto VOD this Friday and Emelie, the babysitter thriller from Dark Sky Films, is also getting a digital release that day. Other titles arriving on VOD in early March include The Wave, Road Games and Camino.

The month’s VOD titles are being capped off by a film that I’ve been excited to see for some time, Baskin, which is being released by IFC Midnight on March 25th. Other notable VOD titles for March include Dudes & Dragons, You’re Killing Me, A Haunting
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'Terror Birds' Attack in Blood Soaked Sneak Peek | Exclusive

'Terror Birds' Attack in Blood Soaked Sneak Peek | Exclusive
Bird-watching isn't normally the most dangerous of activities, but when the birds in question are massive and carnivorous, things could get messy. That's exactly what happens in our exclusive clip from Mar Vista Entertainment's Terror Birds, arriving on VOD formats March 8. This scene shows that these ten-foot birds are not to be trifled with, as a group of college students try to escape with their lives.

While funding an archaeological site in the Caribbean, Harvey Sullivan (Greg Evigan) learns of a legend about monstrous birds living on two remote, uninhabited islands. Making the journey to investigate, he discovers a ten-foot bird on each island, birds that belong to the species titanis-large, flightless, carnivorous birds long thought to be extinct by nearly two million years and called Terror Birds. Capturing the birds, Harvey brings them to East Texas to a ranch that contains an aviary.

He hires paleontologist, Denise Slater (Leslie Easterbrook), to research the birds.
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New CSI Season 15,Episode 14 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" episode 14 of season 15. The episode is entitled, "Merchants Of Menace," and it turns out that we're going to see some interesting stuff go down when the CSI teams visits a macabre murder memorabilia convention for their latest investigation, and more. In the new, 14th episode press release: The CSI team is going to investigate a homicide at a convention for people who collect macabre murder memorabilia. Press release number 2: The CSI team will investigate a homicide at a convention for people who collect macabre murder memorabilia. Guest stars feature: Larry Mitchell (Officer Mitchell), Skyler Stone (Alex Friel), Mekenna Melvin (Nora Waters), Dominic Hoffman (Roy Narvick), Greg Evigan (Bruce Waters), Rob Estes (Todd Spanna), Richard Harmon (Kyle Jessup/Second Geek), Cj Hoff (Pasty Geek), Joseph Buttler (Random Collector #1), Nate Shelkey (Random Collector #2), Bobby Campo (Damon
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'Revolution' Recap: Reunited and it Feels Kinda Eh

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'Revolution' Recap: Reunited and it Feels Kinda Eh
After a good-looking promo, I had really high hopes for the latest episode of Revolution. Then I saw it was called "Mis Dos Padres," a Mexican My Two Dads, if you will, and I was really hopeful the post-apocalyptic versions of Paul Reiser and Greg Evigan were going to sweep us away to a land of focused hope.

I don't mean to beat a dead Patriot's horse, because Stacy Keenan knows I've been saying the same thing week after week. But this one was a perfect example of what is not working this season.
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Slideshow: Exclusive Portraits at 2013’s The Hollywood Show

Previous | Image 1 of 25 | NextBarbara Eden of ‘I Dream of Jeannie’ still enchants.

Chicago – Every fall in the Chicagoland area, it’s “The Hollywood Show.” This annual event showcases celebrities from TV and film, both current and from the nostalgic past, greeting fans and signing autographs. The September of 2013 show featured “I Dream of Jeannie” TV show personalities Barbara Eden and Bill Daily, plus notable cast reunions of TV’s “My Three Sons” and the 1973 film version of “Jesus Christ Superstar.”

HollywoodChicago.com covered the event, and photographer Joe Arce put the show’s participants in front of the lens. “The Hollywood Show” will be back in Chicago in September, 2014. Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. Barbara Eden’s hair by Angela Brasington. All images © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com.

HOLSHOW1: Barbara Eden
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VH1 Signs Eddie Cibrian to a Reality Show and an “Exorcist” TV Series

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VH1 has ordered a reality series that would follow Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes. I might be tempted to tune in and hit the fast forward button until I see Cibrian in some sort of state of undress, but I’m not particularly interested in their tabloid drama.

Or maybe there’s an Eddie Cibrian calendar I can buy instead.

Deadline reports that NBC has ordered a comedy pilot from Happy Endings creator David Caspe. Mad About You, Marry Me follows a young newlywed couple who quickly realize marriage is harder than they expected. I’m starting to detect some familiar themes.

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘s Glenn Howerton will appear in a multi-episode arc on The Mindy Project, according to E! Online. There are some minor spoilers in Howerton’s role.

Glenn Howerton

In today’s edition of questionable-sounding ideas, producers are trying to sell an Exorcist series.
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'Ghost Shark,' starring Mackenzie Rosman and Richard Moll, coming to Syfy

Were you a part of the delightful cultural phenomenon on Twitter Thursday, July 11 when Syfy aired its original movie "Sharknado"? Want to do it again?

"Ghost Shark" is coming your way Thursday, Aug. 22 at 9 p.m. Et/Pt on Syfy -- "a great white shark is tortured and killed by a fisherman, then returns from the dead, exacting vengeance on all humans."

"When Ava's (Mackenzie Rosman, all grown up now but formerly of "7th Heaven") father is brutally murdered, no one believes that the ghost shark got him -- except the crazy lighthouse keeper Finch ("Night Court's" Richard Moll). Ava and her friends take the problem into their own hands as they desperately try to survive the bloody wrath of the ghost shark."

So, it sounds like part "Jaws IV," part "Scooby Doo" mystery and All fun.

But wait! There's more!

Before "Ghost Shark," tune in for "Invasion Roswell,
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The Horror Chick's 11 Favorite Douchebags of Horror

While they may not necessarily be the villains and get all the glory, there's something to be said for the douchebag characters of the horror genre- they often add to the drama of any given situation, they generally complicate things and they make it oh, so fun to hate them.

That being said, I thought it might be kind of fun to look back at some of my favorite douchebag characters of the horror genre- past and present. The only rule? They aren't the film's "big bad." Be forewarned, though: If you haven't seen some of these films, this countdown may get a little spoiler-y for you.

So, in the immortal words of Kanye West, "Let's have a toast for the douchebags" and check out some of this writer's favorite unsavory characters in the horror genre of all time.

Bennett (Kim Coates) in Resident Evil: Afterlife: It's no shocker
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AfterElton Briefs: Previewing Anderson and Kathy, "Olaf & Paul," and The Year's Worst Anti-glbt Villains

Here is last week's caption pic winner. This week's caption pic is at the bottom of the page.

Thanks to everyone for participating! The winner is ...

"Santa and the Ho Ho Hos prep for the 2013 I-Did-Rod."

Thanks to David for this week's winning caption!

Weekend Birthdays! (Note: Birthday shoutouts are for out entertainers, allies, or for any celeb that seems to have a following on Ae). Joe Manganiello (above) is 36, Dame Maggie Smith is 78, Seth Meyers is 39, Diego Luna is 33, Paul Rudnick is 55, Jude Law is 40, Mekhi Phifer is 38, Eliza Dushku is 32, and Tracey Ullman is 53.

The 25 Worst Anti-lgbt Villains Of 2012.Ad Out? In Search of a Professional Gay Male Tennis Player in 2013.3 New Year's Resolutions for the Lgbt Community 100 Beyonce fans will win a chance to join her onstage at the Super Bowl Halftime Show. 2012 Outsports Year in Review: The Rise of the Straight Ally It appears that the
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Metal Tornado – DVD Review

DVD Review

Metal Tornado

Directed by: Gordon Yang

Cast: Lou Diamond Phillips, Greg Evigan, Nicole deBoer

Running Time: 1 hr 30 mins

Rating: PG

Due Out: May 22, 2012

Plot: A failed attempt to harvest energy from solar flares creates a tornado in Pennsylvania that has a magnetic appetite.

Who’S It For?: If you don’t like science, this movie might be fun for you. It has tornadoes and people talking about magnets, but that’s just fluff in the larger scheme of Metal Tornado. The content of the movie is fine for families, though the amount of attention it will garner from anyone in your clan is not guaranteed.

Movie:

An old roommate of mine constantly tries to defend M. Night Shyamalan’s The Happening as an intentional B-movie, saying that the laughably corny film was made to be just that. Apparently, this is a defense that Shyamalan has used himself.
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Metal Tornado (2012)

Directed by: Gordon Yang

Written by: Andrew Erin and Jason Bourque

Featuring: Lou Diamond Phillips, Nicole de Boer, Greg Evigan, Sophie Gendron

I live in an extraordinary time; I have had the rare privilege of being born at the exact right moment that would allow me to watch the rise, and fall, of Lou Diamond Phillip’s stardom.

Ever since I saw him at his height in Young Guns (almost as brilliant as the sequel, Young Guns II), just a scant few years after his portrayal of '50s rocker Ritchie Valens, I have secretly been saddened by his waning acting career.

I think it was 1999’s Bats that killed it. Or was it Walter Hill’s Supernova? Either way, it has never been the same. He’s gone the way of Judd Nelson and C. Thomas Howell. His latest starring role in Metal Tornado is perhaps his greatest B-movie role,
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