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Kimberly McCullough Shares Clip From 'Hey Day' Featuring Finola Hughes!

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The dream team of Kimberly McCullough and Finola Hughes are back!

But this time not as mother/daughter on ABC’s General Hospital, where for decades they have played Robin and Anna, but as director and actress, as McCullough directs Hughes on-screen in her passion project pilot of Hey Day!

In the just released short clip from Hey Day, Hughes is seen having quite the ‘frank’ talk to Chrissie Fit who plays the lead in Hey Day.

Fans have rallied around McCullough’s project when news spread that former GH star John Stamos (Ex-Blackie Parrish) was also creating a series inspired by his time on a soap in the 80’s.

Watch this little nugget from Hey Day after the jump, and then let us know if you are excited to see more!

NERVOUS from Kimberly McCullough on Vimeo.

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Freda
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I DEFINITELY LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS PROJECT SHE’S A WONDERFUL DIRECTOR HAVING BEEN IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA MOST OF HER LOFE AS ROBIN ON GH AND OTHER PROJECTS HER BOND WITH FINOLA HUGHES IS SO REAL AND AUTHENTIC LOVE THE THEME OF THIS PROJECT WHICH I KNOW SHE HAS BEEN WORKING ON IT FOR A VERY LONG TIME BUT IT HAS BEEN SAID THAT COPYING IS THE BEST FORM OF FLATTERY REMEMBER YOU WERE THE FIRDT WITH THOS IDEA EVEN THE NETWORKS ARE NOW CONSIDERING A SHOW ABOIT THE SOAP WORLD LOVE BOTH YOUR WORK AND LOOK FORWARD TO… Read more »

Teanisha Haggard
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Teanisha Haggard

YES! I’m so excited to see more! I done watched this clip so many times, I can’t get enough…

Whitney
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Whitney

MORE, MORE, MORE!!!

Timmm
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Timmm

Emma, you will never believe what word grandma just said!

Celia
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Celia

Loved it. The word, I mean. Ha!!

su0000
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su0000

Hey Timmm.. Ohh the ever versatile Fu** <– can't even write it out, how ridiculous.. That word has a 1000 meanings of expression.. and rarely is one intercourse LOL ahaa my hatch on the car snapped and knocked me on the head, it HURT.. I was jumping yelling' FU** to express my pain.. and that says; Pain! It is the most expressive word, ever. that word lost its' juice years ago, why its hung onto is beyond me, it means only what the expression is.. 0ooh this is funny.. in checkout lane grocery store.. elderly grandma was digging in her… Read more »

Rebecca1
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Rebecca1

THAT was funny, Su!

Celia
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Celia

LOL. SuzieQ. The word is not ‘BAD’. Society makes things’ bad’. You know, as kids we were always told not to say certain words, or else. I couldn’t even say, ‘stupid’, especially to my siblings. Now, I call them stupid all the time. LOL. It’s like the word ‘bitch’. The definition is “the female of the species ( canine). But, we tell our kids not to say it. Society dictates it. In different cultures/languages, the term is used, and not considered a no-no. The stigma remains. I even think of the word, and I see my mother’s eyes boring into… Read more »

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
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Jimh(leave it to beaver)

You would never believe the words my late grandma use…if she were alive today she could make a rapper blush-lol

Celia
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Celia

Let me explain. Saying that word does not come easy for me. I never say it….but, I might say it to myself, sotto voce. So, Timmmy; when I hear someone such as Anna/Finola , whom I adore, and consider a lady, say it…I appreciate it.
Bottom line….we all say ‘WORDS’, just not outloud.

su0000
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su0000

hi Celia ! 🙂
for fun;
what makes the F word so bad?
Why is it profiled as the worst word in history .. LOL

Our tv/movies have rape, torture, bad azz sex, and the bad of the bad, the unthinkable, there are no stop signs for anything in our books, music, media and the F word gets bleeped,,, ahaaa!

Timmm
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Timmm

Yeah, that word should be reserved for special occasions! I’m not a big fan of swearing. I do find it easier to write than to say! AND, call me old fashion but It is a big turn off for me to hear a women swear like a sailor!

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Celia…you are a master of words. What is this one’s origin? Even asking this question I can’t say it easily. Remember when I once used it to my Mother as a teenager. She was by no means an obusive (sp?) mom, but she slapped me across the face (I can still feel it) and said to never use that word again, especially to her. So even if the hatch hits me on the head like Su I can’t say it. Must admit s**t has been my go-to word instead under these kind of situations.

Rebecca1
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Rebecca1

LOL…the word rolls off my tongue whenever I’m pissed. I find it quite cathartic… 🙂

Ilia
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Ilia

Can Wait to see the rest of this project !

Llanviewer717
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Llanviewer717

I love it. I can’t wait to see the whole thing. More, more, more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

James R. Poissant
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James R. Poissant

I did not think i would ever hear Finola utter an expletive like that—it made me laugh though—hahaha!!!

mrsnoahdrake
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mrsnoahdrake

Looking forward to this! The actress looked familiar so I looked her up. She used to play babysitter / nanny Mercedes on GH.

Steve
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Steve

1000% want to see more

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GH’s Nancy Lee Grahn Shares Excerpt From Her Upcoming Memoir

In celebration of beginning her 27th year as Alexis Davis on General Hospital, two-time Daytime Emmy-winner, Nancy Lee Grahn, decided to mark the occasion by revealing to her longtime fans an excerpt from her upcoming memoir due out in 2023.

Taking to her official Facebook page, Nancy shared the excerpt starting with contained some of the back-history of her soap opera alter-ego : “I play the role of Alexis Davis. I am a public defender, prosecutor, personnel injury, civil, malpractice, tax and family attorney. I am the bastard child of Mikos Cassadine who died after being thrown into his own weather machine which he designed to freeze the world. My mother, Kristen Bergman was a famous opera singer whose throat was slit by my father’s wife, Helena. Unhappy with the turn of events, I hurled my frail 75 year old stepmother off a five hundred foot parapet slamming her onto jagged rock only for her to walk away unscathed. Even more determined, I shoved her off a thousand foot cliff into the frigid subzero ocean. Helena not only survived unscathed, she apparently scaled 1000 feet up the cliff and continued to wreak havoc on Port Charles.”

Nancy closed the excerpt with some special acknowledgements: “Always so grateful to have an ongoing contract, my own parking space and people I’ve never met who come up to me regularly and tell me how much younger I look in person. It’s a gift that I have been able to and still get to do what I love to do for such a gloriously long time. I love my job the most because it is the job that gave me the security I needed to greenlight Kate as a single mother, raise her while being able to give her the things I dreamed of giving her, put her through school all the way through college, and will hopefully allow me to spoil my grandchildren. The enormous love & gratitude I have for ABC and Disney for allowing me the privilege of working for them is immeasurable. But the real truth is without the support from all of you, this day would not be what it is. As always, I see you and thank you.”

Make sure to read the entire excerpt.  Now let us know, are you looking forward to what Nancy will share in her upcoming memoir? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Diane Poised to Be Attacked by the ‘Hook’; Elizabeth Knew Finn’s Late Wife, Reiko?

On Friday’s cliffhanger of General Hospital, Diane Miller (Carolyn Hennesy) looks to be the next victim of the mysterious ‘hook’.  We won’t know till Monday how it plays out, but things are not looking good for the legal eagle in a preview for the airshow.

In story, Diane dropped by the garage that Brando worked at, looking for Sasha (Sofia Mattson).  At first, she bumps into Sonny (Maurice Benard) who is not pleased with Diane for trying to take him down on the witness stand during Nina’s hearing.  She shares she was helping her clients Michael and Willow as best she could.  Sonny says it was personal for him and he can’t forget what happened.

Next, Diane tells Sasha that she’s serving as her interim lawyer since Martin is unavailable and is there to discuss her guardianship. Sasha is scared that she’ll wind up behind bars now that Brando is gone.  Diane assures Sasha she will file a continuance to keep the process going to keep her out of jail. Diane asks where the guardianship papers may be, and Sasha tells her to check Brando’s office.

Dex (Evan Hofer), who is looking suspicious (but it has to be a red-herring, right?) is going to take Sasha home per Sonny’s orders, but Sonny also tells Dex to lock up when Diane is finished with her business.

Later, Diane in the dark, goes to Brando’s office to find the guardianship papers. Next, a figure appears in the doorway with the hook.  This time the ‘Hook’ looks to be of smaller stature leading many on social media that the person behind the violence could be Esme.

In other developments, Elizabeth Webber’s (Rebecca Herbst) convoluted storyline, just got even more convoluted.  Liz looks at the photo she’s drawn and suddenly has a flashback revealing the woman’s face at the bottom of the stairwell.  She then tells Finn (Michael Easton) that after her recent session with Kevin, she recalls seeing the woman’s face. Conveniently, Finn was just talking about his late wife, Reiko with Gregory (Gregory Harrison).  So, when Liz talks to Finn, she sees a woman’s face on Finn’s phone.

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Finn explains that the picture is of his late wife, Reiko.  He tells Liz he is working on a case that reminded him of Reiko, and he mentions being in the Mariana Islands with her. That makes Liz frantic and she decides to leave. Next, she heads home, where she locates a photo of her and her sister, Sarah. The photo is titled, “Elizabeth and Sarah, Mariana Islands, 1997.”

So, do you think Diane will perish or survive the attack by the ‘Hook’? Who is the ‘Hook”? What on earth is going on with Liz’s storyline? Share your thoughts and theories in the comment section below.  But first, vote in our latest ‘Michael’s Poll’ below by voting on which character is the culprit behind all of the bloodshed?

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Johnny Wactor on Brando’s GH Demise: “I Have Been Blown Away By The Reaction From The Fans, I Had No Idea That You Guys Cared So Much About My Character”

It’s been an emotional week for General Hospital viewers following the death of Brando Corbin; which meant that actor Johnny Wactor has wrapped his run on the ABC daytime drama series.

On Thursday, Wactor shared his ‘thanks’ to all the loyal GH fans who took the journey with him and his on-screen alter-ego via a video post on his Instagram account.

Johnny expressed: “It’s been a couple days since the demise of Brando Corbin in Port Charles as we know it.  And I have to tell ya, I have been so blown away by the reaction from the fans.  I had no idea that you guys cared so much about my character. I’m so grateful for the outpour of questions and support. I’ve always said, that the fans of General Hospital are the greatest fans in the world and I truly believe that and this is just further evidence of that.”

Social media was abuzz when Brando suddenly died following successful surgery after being attacked by the ‘hook’.  Some fans felt Wactor’s presence will be sorely missed; while others shared that they felt Brando was not a necessary character.

Wactor took all of the comments like a champ and in his video message added: “Whether you were excited to see Brando Corbin killed off, or outraged and have questions, man, I’m just so lucky to have been on this show, truly.”

As he concluded his ‘thank you’s’, Johnny let GH viewers know he does have some other projects that you will see him in very soon, sharing: “Thank you so much for letting me bring Brando Corbin to life.  Thank you for caring, and thank you for all the support and the well-wishes for my future endeavors, whether that’s back in Port Charles at some point, or another show, or other films … which there’s some coming.”

Lastly, Johnny added, “I’ll miss ya, and you enjoy the rest of the week.”

Watch Wactor’s heartfelt message below.

So, where do you stand with the decision to kill off Brando? Glad the character is off the canvas, or sad to see him go? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

 

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