HomeTVABCAll My Reruns: ABC Goes Retro For The Holidays Jillian Bowe December 22, 2010 ABC, All My Children, General Hospital, News, One Life to Live, Soap Opera 6 Comments ABC Daytime will once again re-broadcast "classic" episodes this holiday season. Check out the schedule below: December 23 All My Children will air Nov, 22, 2010 episode where Greenlee is found guilty of murdering David, as he strolls in the courtroom. One Life To Live will air Oct. 22, 2010 episode featuring the warehouse standoff between Eli and town. Blair and Tea are reunited, meanwhile Destiny finds out she is Greg’s daughter. General Hospital will air Feb. 1, 2007 episode of the Metro Court being held hostage. December 24 (Christmas Eve) All My Children will air Nov. 23, 2010 episode of Greenlee being cleared for David’s death. One Life to Live will air Oct. 25, 2010 episode of Eli blowing up the warehouse. Meanwhile Hannah keeps James prisoner. General Hospital will air Feb. 2, 2007 episode of the Metro Court standoff continuing with "Mr. Craig" shooting Robin. December 30 All My Children will air Nov. 29, 2010 episode where David has a showdown with Ryan resulting in Erica shooting him. One Life to Live will air Oct. 28, 2010 episode where Cole finds out Starr and Hope aren’t in the ruins of the warehouse. Hannah forces James and Starr to dig their own grave. John, Todd, Tea and Blair come face-to-face in the warehouse rubble. General Hospital will air Feb. 16. 2007 episode where Sonny attempts to negotiate with Mr. Craig for Carly’s release. Nikolas and Emily talk about getting married again. December 31 (New Years Eve) All My Children will air Nov. 30, 2010 episode where Erica is hauled off to the Pine Valley P.D. Caleb and Asher bond. Jesse and Angie bring Griffin to the hospital to operate on David. One Life to Live will air Oct. 29, 2010 episode where Natalie realizes Marty is covering for Cole shooting Eli. James rescues Starr from Hannah. General Hospital will air Feb. 19, 2007 episode where The Metro Court hostage situation ends with the hotel going up in flames. 6 Responses 6-soaps December 22, 2010 How, in the name of Asa Buchanan, can these be called classic episodes if they just aired two months ago? Log in to Reply josser December 22, 2010 Nothing says Merry Christmas like a violent, blood soaked ABC Daytime! Why not a past Christmas episode featuring Palmer and Adam on AMC? What about an OLTL episode with Renee, Asa, and Max? And, a Quartermaine Christmas on GH would have been great. Log in to Reply Daniel St. John December 22, 2010 Maybe I’m the odd one but I don’t consider anything a classic until around 10 years or so has passed since its first airing. These are just repeats. Log in to Reply Jon December 23, 2010 I would love to see Fish and Kyle making love again on New Year’s Eve and A Luke & Laura Christmas from December 1980. Log in to Reply aramis270 December 28, 2010 I am so disappointed by GH lately that watching the Metrocourt Hostage Crisis, even if violent, was so much better than the 2009/2010 GH shows. At least you had so many characters interacting during a full month, you had Alan, Georgie, Dillon, Lorenzo, Skye, Ric, Monica was still on contract and both Dante and Olivia were not on screen !!! I have loved the train crash rerun of Black Friday too. That was GH as I used to love it and I never thought I would be more interested in a rerun than by the current new shows but it has just happened. At that time, although a “Guza time” sweeps were real sweeps … Nostalgia nostalgia … Log in to Reply kcbest February 11, 2011 Can’t believe they think we’ll watch old shows. Are they so broke they can’t even make 5 episodes a week. Today, Feb 11, they are doing “A Tribute to Jack and Erica” on AMC. It’s just an old episode of them getting married a few years back. As soon as I saw what was going on, I changed the channel. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.