25 Totally Innocent-Yet-Oddly-Inappropriate Soap Scenes



While the old adage tells us "a picture is worth a thousand words", sometimes context is equally important. Soap operas crank out episodes 52 weeks a year, so it's no surprise sometimes even the most innocent scenes can end up seeming oddly inappropriate.

For example, if you never watched One Life to Live you might raise an eyebrow wondering what exactly Tea (Florencia Lozano) and Victor (Trevor St. John) were up to in the scene above.

Here are 25 Totally Innocent-Yet-Oddly-Inappropriate Soap Opera Scenes we found in the Daytime Confidential archives.


Is Dani Falling for Arturo on One Life to Live?


Dorian (Robin Strasser) threw David’s (Tuc Watkins) clothes into the foyer. Meanwhile, Matthew (Robert Gorrie) and Michelle (Amber Skye Noyes) spent more time in bed this week on One Life to Live.

After tearing up the sheets with Michelle, Matthew went to the office. There he found Clint (Jerry verDorn) in pretty bad shape over what had transpired with Viki (Erika Slezak). Matthew told his uncle he needed to get ready for a Man of the Year photo shoot.

Procter & Gamble Soap Alums Head to One Life to Live!


Get ready to see some familiar faces return to daytime, er, "anytime" this summer. The Online Network announced former Guiding Light star Ron Raines, along with As The World Turns’ Paolo Seganti and Marnie Schulenburg are joining One Life to Live

Raines will play Carl Peterson, an enigmatic financial benefactor to Jeffrey (Corbin Bleu). Seganti will slip into the role of Arturo Bandini, a rich patron of the arts. Schulenberg has signed on to play Jo Sullivan, a producer of David’s (Tuc Watkins) new reality series.

Carly the Outsider, Holden the Questioned and Barbara the Threatened on ATWT


Carly (Maura West) watches Jack (Michael Park) and Janet (Julie Pinson) get closer. Lily (Noelle Beck) questions Holden (Jon Hensley) about what could have happened to Damian (Paolo Seganti). Paul (Roger Howarth) threatens Barbara (Colleen Zenk Pinter) at gunpoint and Mick (Tom Pelphrey) attacks a cop for Alison (Marnie Schulenburg). Check out next week's promo for As the World Turns after the jump.