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OLTL's John-Paul Lavoisier Says Stacy Storyline "Hard to Play"

John-Paul Lavoisier (The Character Formerly Known as Rex Balsom) talked with Michael Fairman for Michael Fairman Soaps, revealing that the Morasco Fiasco storyline starring Crystal Hunt, as Stacy, has pretty much been just as hard for him and real life lady love Farrah Fath to play, as it has been for we the viewers to watch. 

Michael Fairman:
Has this storyline with Stacy been hard for you to play, JP?

 Johhn-Paul Lavoisier: It’s incredibly hard for me to play because it’s far-fetched.  Rex sleeps with Stacy and it’s such a mistake, and it’s what’s written.  It’s where Rex’s head is at the moment. 
So, I have to commit to the material, but it is hard to play.  I want Rex to see through what Stacy is doing, but right now the way it is being written,
he is not.  Stacy is winning and Stacy is able to fake him out at least for a moment.  It probably is going to ruin his life down the line, and even more so with the aftermath of the sex.  I am doing my best. READ MORE

Sisterhood of the Traveling Rex on OLTL

Brian Frons will no doubt have on his 3D glasses next week when Rex (John-Paul Lavoisier) screws Stacy (Crystal Hunt) on the floor like a wild dog before Gigi (Farah Fath) can tell him the heifer has been lying about saving their son. Carolyn Hinsey has this preview  from Lavoisier about the stomach-churning plot twist for New York Daily News.

Rex gives Stacy the keys to [his club] Ultra Violet so she can teach a ballet class to little girls," says Lavoisier. "Rex is downing a beer when Stacy turns on the charm: 'What do you want, Rex?' He looks at her and ... they wind up doing it on a dance mat that had just been used by a bunch of minors."


OLTL's David Fumero on Wife Melissa: "We Are Obsessed With Each Other"

It looks like Daytime Confidential bloggers aren't the only ones who love our Bitchy Bangs. In the latest issue of OK!, One Life to Live hunk David Fumero is featured in the magazine's Man Candy Feature, and has some sweet things to say about his wife, Melissa (ex-Adriana, OLTL).

"We're obsessed with each other." David tells OK! of actress Melissa, whom he met on the daytime drama and married a year ago. "We're so good together it's all natural."

Sigh. Wouldn't it be wonderful if David could whisper sweet nothings in Melissa's ear and convince her to come back and save us—and Rex and Gigi's (John-Paul Lavoisier and Farah Fath) storyline—from the plague that is Stacy (Crystal Hunt)? For more on what David has to say about things like his and Melissa's TV addiction and his desire to live on the edge, check out the latest issue of OK!, and don't forget to pick up your copy of his new soaptastic movie Manhattanites!

The Trouble With One Life to Live's Stacy Morasco

Since Crystal Hunt's debut as Stacy on One Life to Live her character has been scheming, plotting and manipulating her way through Llanview. The problem is that instead of being a character fans love to hate, Stacy is quickly becoming a character that fans just plain hate. As Tina pointed out on today's Performer of the Week episode "it might not be so bad if she were just in Gigi (Farah Fath) and Rex's (John-Paul Lavoisier) storyline, but she seems to be in every storyline."

On today's episode Stacy told Gigi that the only way she'd help save the life of her nephew Shane was if Gigi gave up Rex. Who in the world does that? Yes it is classic soap storytelling, but how does one even defend a character like that? Maybe if this were Adrianna Bitchy Bangs (Melissa Fumero) we'd understand such motivation, but to base Stacy's behavior on an off screen run-in with Rex in high school is preposterous. The motivation for this character is about as sane as Allison Perkins and not even a fraction as entertaining.

What do you think of Stacy?

OLTL Skit at Broadway Cares!

Check out OLTL's skit at Broadway Cares! Sorry about the shaking, hope no one gets motion sickness. And look at JPL's new do!

Who Fathered David Vickers? It's Deeper Than You Think

A few days ago, Daytime Confidential's Jamey Giddens delicately asked the question Who In High Hell Fathered David Vickers on OLTL? Because I'm a sucker for such things, I attempted to explain in the comments section of his post how the paternity would shake out. However, it seems the matter is still rather confusing to some/many/everybody, including me.

My feverish brain could not let the issue go, so I decided to simplify the explanation a bit for those who are still confused about who banged whom, when minds were switched, and what's the smoke monster. Oops, wrong show! Anyway, here is my attempt to unravel the mystery of David Vickers' paternity. Mind you, if you stick with me to the very end of this, there is a theory of mine that I think will please people who have wanted to see a particular outcome. Mind you, it's only a theory but it is based on everything we've seen on screen.

Are you sitting down? Got your anti-anxiety medication ready, be it prescription or a stiff drink? Take a deep breath. In and out, slowly. Get set! And here we go!... READ MORE