Matthew Gets Into His Catfish’s Tackle Box on One Life to Live


Matthew (Robert Gorrie) got upset with Hurricane Dani (Kelley Missal) for wanting to tell him about Michelle (Amber Skye Noyes) working at the hotel. After Matthew left the room in a huff, she turned to Jeffrey (Corbin Bleu) and demanded to know how she ended up the bad guy in the situation.

Dorian (Robin Strasser) woke David (Tuc Watkins) up by dumping water on him. She then proceeded to rip of the documents he’d made for his big TV meeting. Dorian demanded to know how long he’d been sleeping with Rama (Shenaz Treasury). David said he wasn't.

Forget The NSA or PRISM, Todd is Watching Llanview on One Life to Live


Matthew (Robert Gorrie) dropped by Bo (Robert S. Woods) and Nora’s (Hillary B. Smith) with his laundry, and to share a meal. What he didn’t realize is the meal was a set up for him to spend time with Destiny (Laura Harrier). Matthew didn’t seem too happy when Destiny showed up at the door. The two started arguing about Drew. 
 
Matthew called David (Tuc Watkins) to come by as reinforcements. David didn’t want to, because he was going to show Dorian (Robin Strasser) moves “he learned on the internet.” When he hung up with Matthew, David asked Dorian to come with him. All of a sudden, the family dinner got a whole lot bigger.

Why did I feel bad for Matthew? He’s a deadbeat dad, but yet, I still felt empathy for the situation his parents keep putting him in.

Todd (Roger Howarth) dropped by Shelter to visit Blair (Kassie DePaiva), who didn’t have time for him. However, he insisted he had something he needed to show her.

Snoop Lion Gives Bo Advice on One Life to Live




Blair (Kassie DePaiva) invited Tea (Florencia Lozano) to Shelter, where Tea shared her concerns about Hurricane Dani (Kelley Missal). Blair asked Tea if she could talk to Jack (Andrew Trischitta) and try and get through to him.

Nora (Hillary B. Smith) brought Bo (Robert S. Woods) a surprise to the Llanview Police Department, in the form of Snoop Lion.The rapper invited them to the screening of his new movie. The Buchanans said they couldn’t go, because they had a family poker night planned. They invited him to drop by their house after the screening.

First Look: Snoop Lion Returns to One Life to Live May 28!

Guess who’s back! The Online Network has just released a clip of Snoop Lion’s visit to One Life to Live just in time for “Snoop Week”. From May 28 until June 6, the rapper/actor stops by Llanview to chill with his old friends Bo (Robert S. Woods) and Nora (Hillary B. Smith), and give some words of wisdom to Matthew (Robert Gorrie). Snoop’s trip to Llanview will also promote his new documentary, Reincarnated (out in stores now and on iTunes), which follows the Grammy award-winning artist’s journey from Snoop Dogg to Snoop Lion.

During “Snoop Week,” The Online Network will transform their website and social networking pages with Snoop’s photo-bombing app Snoopify to get fans to interact via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Check out the clip of Snoop surprising Bo and Nora after the jump!

INTERVIEW: One Life to Live’s Hillary B. Smith Talks Web Soaps, “Bora” Sex and Loving Her New Matthew

 


Hillary B. Smith is no stranger to the world of online soap operas. The One Life to Live powerhouse has starred in such digital hits as Venice and Fumbling Thru The Pieces; plus she was a producer on Crystal Chappell's pilot for The Grove. With all that dot com drama experience under her belt, does Llanview's Nora Buchanan have any tips for Prospect Park, as they bring OLTL and All My Children online? She says they have it covered.

Speaking of having things covered, the soap vet gushes about Robert Gorrie, the young man charged with introducing a now adult Matthew Buchanan to the web. How will Bo (Robert S. Woods) and Nora react to their son's somewhat douchey behavior? Find out below what Smith told me on the red carpet before the premieres of the new OLTL and AMC!


Daytime Confidential: You're an early adapter to the web, having done Venice and Fumbling Thru The Pieces.

Hillary B. Smith: And The Grove!

DC: And The Grove?

HBS: I produced The Grove.

DC: Awesome, I didn't know that! Have you had any advice for the Prospect Park people as they embark on this venture?

HBS: I'm very careful to let them ask questions. If they want to ask me something, I'm happy to share with them my experiences, but they haven't really had to ask. I think they're way ahead of the game, so that's great. They've done their research.