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Jerry verDorn Signs on For Prospect Park's Reboot of One Life To Live!

 

Llanview's favorite Texan bad boy, Jerry verDorn (Clint) announced on Facebook he has signed on to Prospect Park's revival of One Life To Live. verDorn marks the first OLTL actor to ink a deal with the online venture. VerDorn wrote: READ MORE

Could Clint Get Matthew's Heart on OLTL?

DAMN!  One Life to Live’s Bo (Robert S. Woods) and Nora (Hillary B. Smith) can’t catch a break. TV Guide’s Michael Logan reveals, in his new interview with Woods and Smith, that  “On May 23, Matthew will collapse and, later, he's diagnosed as being very nearly brain-dead. Then comes word that Bo's brother Clint (Jerry verDorn) needs a new heart or he will die. You can see where this plot might go.”

During the interview with Woods and Smith, he asks the popular actors to weigh in on the decisions facing their characters.


TV Guide Magazine: And then, suddenly, both Matthew and Clint are dying.

Smith: Things get so bad that Bo and Nora actually set aside the murder — their minds just can't handle that much. Decisions need to be made about Matthew. They're told he has minimal brain activity just as Clint's condition is suddenly worse. They're being jerked around from one tragedy to another. It's too, too much. Matthew's getting worse. Clint's getting worse. All they need now is a tornado to hit Llanview.

Woods: And Bo has horrible guilt, feeling responsible for causing Clint's heart attack. But at the same time, Bo wants him behind bars, paying for what he's done. Yet here's Clint barely fighting for his life. It's pretty complicated stuff.

Read the entire interview at TV Guide.

Is Clint Going Too Far on One Life to Live?


Recently, Clint Buchanan has gone through a major shift in character. When I began watching OLTL in mid-2008, Clint seemed to have a shady side to him but it was nothing like it is now. At first, I really enjoyed Clint embracing his inner Asa Buchanan. However, over the past few weeks I feel like he’s starting to go a little overboard. I understand that Clint wants to get revenge on the people who have done him wrong, but does he have to so cruel about it? It’s one thing to get revenge on someone but it’s a whole other to do it so ruthlessly, so quickly. READ MORE

Who Should Raise Baby Sierra Mist on One Life to Live?

Poor, lil 'ol Sierra Mist Rose. As if it isn't bad enough that her slutty, deranged mama is stuck to the bottom of a frozen lake (Or is she?), the young 'un is also having to fight for her life as a passel of nincompoops fight over who should or should not raise her on One Life to Live

First up there's the baby's Aunt Gigi (Farah Fath), a well-meaning soul— if not the brightest of bulbs. Then there's Schuyler (Scott Clifton) who, although he tries to come off as earnest, is every bit as depraived as the late Stacy (Crystal Hunt) in my opinion for letting his lust for Gigi prevent him from putting a stop to Stacy's shenanigans months ago. Not to be outdone, there's Kim (Amanda Setton), the dearly departed Slutcicle's BFF, who has her teeth firmly sunk into Clint Buchanan's (Jerry verDorn)...you get the picture, ouch!
 
Last but not least, there's Oliver Fish (Scott Evans), the actual baby daddy (barring some last minute twist), who is struggling with the thought of being a parent because he's gay, as his supportive boyfriend Kyle (Brett Claywell) encourages him to step up. Now if that isn't a lineup of potential parentals to make even Maury Povich proud, I don't know what is! So what do you guys think?

Who should raise the little soft drink?

So Long Springfield Heads to Connecticut


Get ready East Coast Guiding Light fans. The "So Long Springfield" tour is coming to the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut. The cast list for this gathering features some new additions including: Beth Chamberlin (Beth Raines), Liz Keifer (Blake Marler), Marcy Rylan (Lizzie Spaulding), and an old favorite Jerry VerDorn (Ross Marler). So if you want the chance to meet your favorite stars, get autographs, take a few pictures and hear what it was like to be on the set straight from the actors' mouths be sure to attend the event on March 7, 2010. For more information visit the "So Long Springfield" official website.

 

Wishful Casting: GL's Liz Keifer as ATWT's Frannie and Sabrina Hughes!



With so much going on with the Hughes family on As The World Turns, wouldn't it be great for Dr. Bob's lookalike daughters Frannie and Sabrina Hughes to pop up in Oakdale? I have the perfect actress in mind to recreate the roles Julianne Moore made popular before going on to movie stardom, and P&G is already quite familiar with her work. I'm talking about Guiding Light's Liz Keifer!

I started watching GL in 1993 after my beloved Santa Barbara went to the Great Soap Opera Museum in the Sky. Immediately, I took to the sassy, saucy C. Blake Thorpe, as played by the ravishing Keifer. Blake was my kind of soap character, a sexy schemer, cut from the same cloth as her infamous father Roger Thorpe (the late Michael Zaslow), yet possessing the heart of her mother, dedicated-yet-neurotic journalist Holly Norris (Maureen Garrett).
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