HomeTVOne Life to LiveSnoop Lion Gives Bo Advice on One Life to Live Luke Kerr May 30, 2013 One Life to Live, TV Recap 12 Comments Blair (Kassie DePaiva) invited Tea (Florencia Lozano) to Shelter, where Tea shared her concerns about Hurricane Dani (Kelley Missal). Blair asked Tea if she could talk to Jack (Andrew Trischitta) and try and get through to him. Nora (Hillary B. Smith) brought Bo (Robert S. Woods) a surprise to the Llanview Police Department, in the form of Snoop Lion.The rapper invited them to the screening of his new movie. The Buchanans said they couldn’t go, because they had a family poker night planned. They invited him to drop by their house after the screening. Natalie (Melissa Archer) told Viki (Erika Slezak) that John had called her. Clint (Jerry verDorn) overheard them talking and threatened Natalie’s baby daddy wouldn’t come near her again. When Clint left, Natalie said she couldn’t understand why John would think she’d keep her baby from him. Viki encouraged her daughter to call John. Dani and Matthew (Robert Gorrie) went on a run together. Meanwhile, Destiny (Laura Harrier) showed up at the apartment with their son. Jeffrey (Corbin Bleu) and Destiny ended up talking about her unwillingness to get help from Bo and Nora. Jeffrey offered to take care of the kid until Matthew arrived, but Destiny turned him down. Clint, David (Tuc Watkins) and his camera man dropped by Bo and Nora’s for poker night. As they were getting ready to deal out the cards, Nora came in. She told them to make a space at the table for her. When Bo said it was a “guys night”, she said if she wasn’t able to play, they weren’t able to stay. Tea tried getting through to Jack about Victor (Trevor St. John). Read Thursday’s One Life to Live recap on the next page. 12 Responses pferrando May 30, 2013 Does anyone else see anything so wrong in this headline? Log in to Reply Camp is not a sustainable model May 30, 2013 I really want OLTL to improve. So I’m saying this in love (like Tavis Smiley says). “Where is the drama?” I’m still looking for the actually storylines to begin. Something, I can sink my teeth into. It is week 5 and I still feeling like all the stories are being setup. Unlike AMC where there is something to sink your teeth into even with the transition to 2 episodes per week. I cannot say the same for OLTL. With AMC I actually stop what I am doing to look at the computer screen. With OLTL I just let it play in the background and occasionally flip back to the screen with it on when I think something sounds interesting. Then it is back to whatever I am writing at the moment. So I need OLTL to demand my undivided attention! I’m am imaging that this is the direct reason why they made the writer switch as quickly as they did. Because AMC is in capable hands. So OLTL is now likely to be in better sorts. But I need some direction to go along with all the talkie talkie in rooms and clubs. And yes I found the Snoop scene cheesy and unbelievable. Some 50 + year old Bo and his wife are chatting it up with a weed smoking rapper about Rastafarian’s and Jamaica and him inviting them to a concert? I can’t even see the younger audience they would be trying to draw in believing that mess was real. But there you have it. Cheers to see what the new writers can do. Log in to Reply Camp is not a sustainable model May 30, 2013 @pferrando: You gotta smoke that blunt and the headline have more clarity! Log in to Reply Y2Jin99 May 30, 2013 I thought AMC and OLTL are both getting new writers? Log in to Reply pferrando May 30, 2013 David…I guess I should. Let me try and then I’ll repost! I’ve never tried using that “edit” button under the influence… 0:) :p Log in to Reply Y2Jin99 May 30, 2013 Yep both shows are getting new writers so if AMC was “in good hands” why they changing writers also? Log in to Reply Camp is not a sustainable model May 30, 2013 @Y2Jin99: Yes they are making a switch to take a few AMC writers and bring them over to OLTL and promoting from within on AMC. So if they are taking writers from AMC to bring to OLTL that ought to tell you something. Log in to Reply Jabot1991 May 30, 2013 [quote=david46208]@Y2Jin99: Yes they are making a switch to take a few AMC writers and bring them over to OLTL and promoting from within on AMC. So if they are taking writers from AMC to bring to OLTL that ought to tell you something.[/quote] uh no.. they are promoting some of the script writers on both soaps as HWs Log in to Reply tmac May 30, 2013 Did anyone else notice the date on the poster for Snoop Lion’s movie that was premiering that night? February 7th! And david, Bo and Nora have a history with Snoop from his previous appearance on OLTL a few years ago. And he wrote the new theme song. Log in to Reply gjr1969 May 30, 2013 Agree 100% Log in to Reply radrobd May 31, 2013 I’m glad Snoop Lion is a fan and wants to cameo, but his appearance was very unnatural. They could have had him bump into Bo and Nora at Shelter. But to have Nora call Snoop to come talk to Bo is very unnatural. Snoop, a popular rapper, is going to take time out of his busy schedule to go to Llanview, PA to cheer up a 60 year old man. I can already predict what’s going to happen next. Snoop is going to talk to Little B (a.k.a. Matthew) about the joys and responsibilities of fatherhood and overnight, just like that, Matt’s going to be a dad to Drew. Log in to Reply brettyboy May 31, 2013 OLTL is good enough to keep my interest, but I don’t enjoy it as much as AMC. I’m not a fan of Snoop but I didn’t mind him being on there. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.