Barbara Walters Lands Interview With Casey Anthony Lawyer Jose Baez

Barbara Walters has landed one of the biggest “gets” of the moment. According to ABC News, Walters will have a “wide-ranging” interview Jose Baez, Casey Anthony’s attorney. The interview, which will be his first network interview since the jury returned with ia not guilty verdict will cover “his courtroom strategy, his client’s demeanor, the reasons he thinks she was found not guilty, how he was ceaselessly second-guessed by trial watchers and the media during the six weeks of testimony, and his new found fame.”

Outrage erupted on social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, after a jury acquitted Anthony of murder, manslaughter and child endangerment on July 5. Portions of Walter’s interview will air on World News, Primetime Nightline and Nightline on July 6 and on Good Morning America and The View on July 7.

Pine Cones in Pine Valley

Regular Daytime Confidential readers and aficionados may have noticed that this lovely website has added daily recaps of most of the soaps on the air, in addition to Perkie's longtime (and often hilarious) observations about General Hospital. Conspicuously absent from the recaps — at least as of this writing — has been what might be considered the quintessential forerunner of the modern soap opera, All My Children.

Not too long ago, our fearless leader, Luke, asked if I would be able to write a daily recap of the show since I've been watching it; I regrettably informed him that because of a currently unpredictable schedule (hence, why there are long lags between my posts these days) I would be unable to do so. Instead, I suggested that I would divert my recent attentions from Guiding Light to AMC a bit more closely and blog about life in Pine Valley more regularly. Since then I've mightily tried to get a grip on the show, but unfortunately watching All My Children is not unlike walking on pine cones barefoot: it's not the worst feeling in the world, but it is still pretty painful.