HomeTVAll My ChildrenThe Origin of “Bitchy Bangs” Luke Kerr May 13, 2008 6 Comments For those of you who are fans of the CBS soaps or Days of Our Lives and do not watch One Life to Live and didn’t get a chance to hear "Bitchy Bangs" used on the show, here is the clip from the May 12th episode along with the original comment on Daytime Confidential’s episode #230 ABC Bitchy Bangs. HUGE shout out to Ron Carlivati! 6 Responses gush900 May 13, 2008 terry here aka gush 900 im so glad dc is getting some recognition as well as luke for coming up with the name Log in to Reply daisyclover1938 May 13, 2008 How cool is it to hear your words coming out of the mouth of a soap character?? Log in to Reply Tina May 14, 2008 Little did I know what I was helping to create with conversation. This is the thing about the podcasts ……. you need to listen to every one, you never know what we are going to come up with next!! Log in to Reply WhitePineLane May 14, 2008 Love it, love it, love it! You guys are “cutting edge”! Log in to Reply daisyclover1938 May 14, 2008 It’s true Tina! You did put forth the theory of Bangs=Bitchy LOL! You think Bitchy Bangs will be the new big ‘do? Like the 2008 version of “The Rachel”? Log in to Reply KingTV May 14, 2008 http://marlenadelacroix.com/ Here is yet another reference to the term “bitchy bangs!!” Congrats to Luke. I truly think we now have a new soap term for the industry’s vernacular. Like SORAS, “bitchy bangs” can now refer to every nasty little hell on wheels with bangs. I think Amelie Heinle from Y&R needs some bangs becuase she sure doesn’t have the bitch-factor that her character needs. Those scenes of her telling off Sabrina and Adam were so mild, like Jamey, I was just biting my lip off wishing Heather Thom was back in the role. But that is a whole other topic. Go Luke! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.