It sucks to be Jill when she realizes that it's really Kay.
Okay you knew it was coming. Now that the Idiots In Charge of The-Soap-Opera-Formerly-Known-as-Days-of-Our-Lives have let the phenomenal Blake Berris go, I decided to start out doing a Wishful Casting about where Berris should end up, but it turned into more of an analysis of which soaps are managing to set things up for their next generation the right way, and which ones are getting it wrong, dead wrong.
Much of the daytime industry is experiencing a serious drought in terms of talented, young stars who can actually, you know, act. Save for The Young and the Restless, One Life to Live and General Hospital, the under 30 set at most soaps is pretty much comprised of rejects from the Pamela Anderson School of Acting and Pantomime. I'll start with the soaps in most need of help and work my way up. READ MORE
Now that ABC has finally confirmed what TV Guide Canada's Nelson Branco reported weeks ago concerning the departure of Andrea Evans from the Gotham-based One Life to Live, could a West Coast soap be in the cards for the actress?
She played Paul Williams' (Doug Davidson) little sister and Jack's (Peter Bergman) one time love Patty on The Young and the Restless and Amber's (Adrienne Frantz) trashy mother Tawny on Y&R's sister soap The Bold and the Beautiful.
What if Tawny and Patty were twins? Tawny's mother could have been a nurse's aide who stole Tawny from Mary Williams at birth and made off to Death Valley with her. That would make Amber, Paul's niece and Heather's cousin, thus cementing the brilliant Frantz to the Genoa City tapestry.