In an interview with Zap2it, All My Children’s Christina Bennett Lind hints at what fans can expect when Bianca returns to Pine Valley. It looks like Erica (Susan Lucci) isn't the only Kane woman Greenlee (Rebecca Budig) will be taking on.
"[Erica] will always be my mom. I will always fight for her. I think it will actually be really interesting from what I know about the character and from what I know is coming," Lind teases. "You'll see Bianca's real strength and what she wants and fights for, especially with Greenlee because they're both strong women who have opinions and are trying to make their way in the world."
It's one juicy week in Pine Valley! Greenlee (Rebecca Budig) holds a grudge against Kendall (Alicia Minshew). Adam (David Canary) has a secret he's keeping from Annie (Melissa Claire Egan) and Zach (Thorsten Kaye) is back with an ultimatum. Watch this week's All My Children promo after the jump.
Jackson Montgomery is back, and we've got him! On today's episode of the Daytime Confidential podcast, Luke and Jamey talk to All My Children veteran and all around nice guy Walt Willey, who recently reprised his signature role as Erica Kane's (Susan Lucci) most enduring lover on the sudser.
This Friday, April 9 at 9 pm Willey will be appearing at SoCal's hottest spot for sketch comedy, ACME Comedy Theatre, where he will be hosting "Unscripted Hollywood Dream Role". Willey offers DC listeners a preview of his upcoming show, and gives his hilarious reaction to having witnessed the infamous Kato Kaelin hosting the show when he first visited ACME.
"He's held up good since the white van days," Willey quips.
Then the discussion shifts, of course, to what it's like for Willey to be back in Pine Valley— by way of Los Angeles instead of New York— and to be working again with the likes of Rebecca Budig, Vincent Irizarry, Julia Barr, and of course the unforgettable Susan Lucci. It's an interview Pine Valley lovers and comedy buffs alike won't wanna miss!
If you are in the SoCal area be sure to go see Walt Willey in ACME Comedy Theatre's "Unscripted Hollywood Dream Role" this Friday night at 9 pm. ACME Comedy Theatre is located at 135 N. La Brea Ave Hollywood, CA 90036. For everyone else, you can watch the show being streamed live at www.acmecomedy.com. We will also be posting a reminder with the link on the blog before the show. Also, be sure to visit Walt Willey's official website Willey World.
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Kendall (Alicia Minshew) is back and Greenlee (Rebecca Budig) figures out the truth on All My Children. Can their friendship survive the revelation that it was Kendall driving the car that almost killed Greenlee?
I've always enjoyed Kendall and Greenlee's frenemy relationship, but after everything these two have done to each other over the years I would really like to see them go balls-to-the-wall against each other. Sure it's fun to see Greenlee vs. Erica (Susan Lucci), but it doesn't take a genius to figure out how their corporate rivalry will end. I loved the Brooke (Julia Barr) and Erica scenes last week, but it only reminded me that Erica vs. Greenlee seems a little lopsided.
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All My Children's Denise Vasi (pictured above), Susan Lucci, Cameron Mathison, Rebecca Budig and Stephanie Gatschet signed autographs and copies of L.A. Magazine featuring them in various artistic poses at the Beverly Center on March 3. Even if your local newstand doesn't have a copy of L.A. Magazine you can still watch their web extra "Drama Queens" on their website.