He may be the mustachioed master of evil when it comes to the world of Daytime, but Roscoe Born has other things to keep him occupied than causing mayhem.
He’s best known as The Young and the Restless‘ Tom Fisher (shot in cold blood, RIP) or Days of Our Lives‘ Trent Robbins (stabbed in cold blood, RIP), but he was also killed on One Life to Live while he was playing Mitch Laurence and his daughter, Jessica, hit him over the head with a lead pipe. In the real world he likes to lend his time and talents to encouraging people to get out and vote at election time. Born wrote and performed this track, “Blue State Mind, Red State Soul,” which the editors at Soap Opera Fan Blog managed to cull from the chaos of YouTube.
After fleeing from a cold dead body, Sami gets an eyeful of a hot living one.
As we saw last week, Sami witnessed the murder of the mayor and is promptly being whisked off into the witness protection program. The feisty blond is sure to continue making trouble there. Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, for her, she will be getting a special watcher from the FBI by the name of Rafe. Galen Gering will be appearing as the agent. Though he won’t be on until the end of the week but you can catch an advance glimpse of him in this promo video… and the ex-Passions star is already doffing his shirt.
As promised, the end of the week’s spoilers have been added for The Bold and the Beautiful week of October 27, plus some bonus November Sweeps info!
Now that Rick is incapacitated, he has plenty of time to stew. He’s apparently using that time to blame all of his problems (past and present) on the man who he hates most right now – Ridge. Even though that is taking up most of his time, that doesn’t mean he can’t make room for other people, namely his parents. But while he makes an outrageous demand of his mother, he shares a powerful moment with his father. Read the rest of this entry »
In the ever-revolving door to Port Charles, here’s what’s new.
Denise Alexander’s Lesley Webber is coming back to the surface on October 30. She’ll spend time with her grandkids to shed some light on Laura and Scott’s rich history together. Read the rest of this entry »
We’ve watched as Jack and Adam have worked together to have a fake diary forged to look as though the great man himself, Victor Newman, wrote it. However, we all know if Jack can keep his hands clean, he will. Watch the fast one he’ll try to pull on Adam today right now on Soap Opera Fan Blog!
Take a look at who’s coming to the land of The Bold and the Beautiful…
A couple of big returns are in the works as Stephanie’s mom, Ann, played by Betty White pops up on October 28 and Thomas, played by Drew Tyler Bell comes home for a visit on October 30 and 31. Read the rest of this entry »
Blake Berris, the man who managed to play Nick Fallon as he leaped from uber geek to offbeat heart throb to psycho, will be leaving the series in January 2009.
Diane Delano, the inimitable actress once known for her role as Barbara the State trooper on “Northern Exposure,” will return as Hilda on Wednesday, October 26.
Tina Ivlev will be arriving in Salem to play the role of Kelly. Look for her on Friday December 12.
Deidre Hall and Drake Hogestyn will be departing from the cast in January. Ken Corday has just made the official announcement. You can read more here.
It has just been announced that Jay Kenneth Johnson will be leaving the role of Philip Kiriakis behind. This shocking bit of news follows on the heels of news that the series has just been renewed for another 18 months. Necessary budget cuts are forcing actors to take pay cuts and the actor has reportedly opted out. For the moment, it is expected that the role will be recast.
In the coming weeks, Philip Boyd will be showing up to play Arthur, the bartender at the Cheatin’ Heart.
Marsha Waterbury will be appearing as Sister Theresa when Sami shows up in a convent. Look for her first air on Wednesday November 26.
Sandra Robinson (aka Sandra Ferguson) will be joining the cast as Dr. Charlotte Taylor beginning on Monday December 1. The actress may already be a familiar face to some, check and see where you may have seen her before. Read the rest of this entry »
One for the history buffs! Finally, here’s a storyline that those of us who have watched for decades can sink our teeth into.
Scott finally found out that Lulu was the one who killed Logan and he wasted no time in confronting her about it. As he promised to make sure that she suffered from a lethal injection, Laura came to life and ripped into him for threatening her daughter! She assured Lulu that she was alright and then told Scott that he needs to pay for killing her father! Scott told her that he never got the chance to father his only son, but offered a suggestion. He said that if she would come with him, ‘no questions asked’, he would let Lulu go. Lulu begged her mother not to go, but Laura assured her that Scottie wouldn’t hurt her. On their way out of town, Scott told Laura that he wanted her to fall in love with him again. Read the rest of this entry »