CAPTION THIS: What is Lucy Saying to Mac and His Little Dummy on General Hospital?


The 2014 Nurses' Ball ain't over yet on General Hospital! Look for many more performances from philanthropic Port Chucksters, like Mac Scorpio (John J. York), seen above with his dummy.  

Caption This: What do you think Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring) is saying to Bubba and his wooden pal?

Here's my stab: "Mac, I already have two guys in this town trying to give me wood; enough is a enough!"

Photo credit: ABC

Soap Stars Party it up at 2013 Daytime Emmy Nominee Reception (PHOTOS)


General Hospital’s Jimmy Deshler and the lovely Haley Pullos, Emily Wilson, Kelly Sullivan and Laura Wright joined soap stars from All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless to help kick off Daytime Emmy weekend at the Television Academy’s 2013 Daytime Emmy Nominee Reception on June 13 in Beverly Hills.  Check out more photos of your favorite soap stars after the jump!


INTERVIEW: General Hospital’s Kirsten Storms on Maxie’s Two Dads and Two Lulus



The celebration of General Hospital’s first 50, glorious years gave me the opportunity to have a little chat with scene stealer Kirsten Storms (Maxie).  At the recent Paley Center event, Storms and I chatted about her exiting pal Julie Marie Berman (ex-Lulu), returning friend Kristen Alderson (formerly Starr; soon-to-be a new character) and Maxie’s two dads, Frisco (Jack Wagner) and Mac (John J. York). 

Storms also reveals if she’s filmed with Emme Rylan, who recently started airing as Lulu, and shared some sage words Jane Elliot (Tracy) shared when Berman departed the role.


Daytime Confidential: I know you’re really good friends with Julie Marie Berman. Those final scenes the two of you had together were simply amazing.

Kirsten Storms:  It was so horrible.

DC: Now we have a new Lulu. Have you filmed with Emme Rylan yet?

KS: I have, yes, a lot over the last few days especially and she’s a great girl.  I know she came from a couple of soaps, so I had mad respect for her when she started. Jane Elliot said it perfectly when I was talking to her about Julie leaving, it’s not that I miss her as Lulu; it’s just painful that she won’t be there for me at work.  My work life is around hanging out with her for the most part, getting into trouble, doing those sorts of things with Julie.