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OLTL Alum Scott Evans Auctions Himself Off For A Date To Raise Funds For GO-GO BOY INTERRUPTED Season 2!

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Fans of ABC’s version of One Life to Live fondly remember the love story of Oliver Fish (Scott Evans) and Kyle Lewis (Brett Claywell), before their popular arc as “Kish” was cut short by the powers-that-be.

Now Scott Evans, the brother of Chris Evans (Captain America), is helping his good friend, Jimmy Fowlie (creator and series star, Go-Go Boy Interrupted) out by auctioning himself off for a date and dinner at gogoboyauction.com!

It’s all in an effort to raise funds and awareness for the second season of the LGBT web series, Go-Go Boy Interrupted!  Evans, plays one of the “mean gays” in the comedy series and will be appearing in season 2.

According to the series website …  here is what a lucky fan will win by bidding on an extended date with Mr. Evans: “Enjoy dinner and a movie with this charming and hilarious gentleman. Also includes the Go-Go Boy Interrupted Fan Pack, and a VIP invitation to the season premiere party with the entire cast.”

If you are the winning bid: The date will be scheduled for late October/early November. Winner must be in/or willing to travel to the Los Angeles, CA area for the date. Premiere will also be in in the Los Angeles, CA area. Travel and accommodations are not included.  There are only four days left to bid on a date with Evans with the auction ending at midnight on October 5th, 2015!

Even Chris Evans is encouraging people to bid on his brother! Chris tweeted: “Wanna win a date with my brother and help fund a hilarious web series he’s doing?? Start bidding!”

Watch the Kickstarter season 2 campaign video for Go-Go Boy Interrupted after the jump! And let us know, if you would like to bid on a date with Scott! And, if you are in the Southern California area, or can get out to the area, make your bid as you could spend a fun night with the guy!  Maybe, you can talk some One Life!

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Iakovos
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Iakovos

There was so much to love about OLTL through the years. I can go back to Viki’s romance with Steve after she thought Joe dead, the Dorian Lord-Mark Toland affair and Karen Wolek’s courtroom travails.

The “Kish” storyline was among my favorites in the last years of the venerable serial. Never understood the sudden brakes on a plot line in a show that was always embracing diversity and understanding. The Carla Hall story anyone?

This item serves as an update on an engaging performer, but also to remember what a kick-butt show ONE LIFE TO LIFE really was.

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Llanviewer717

Very well said Iakovos. OLTL always has such innovative story lines and compelling characters. You named a few. The list goes on and on – Marco Dane, Edwina Lewis, RJ Gannon, the Siegel family, Ivan Kipling, the Vega family, Mel Hayes, Bobby Blue, Max Holden, Luna Moody, Captain Ed Hall, Ben Davidson. I could go on for hours. And I always felt OLTL has the strongest cast of any program I’ve ever seen. If an actor is weak starting out, he/she grows from the experience of working with such excellent actors as Erika Slezak, Robin Strasser and Robert S. Woods.… Read more »

Iakovos
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Iakovos

Thanks for the roster of character names. I can see and hear them in my mind as I read your post. OLTL was really good. I think because it was New York based and featured so many strong theatre actors.

Jp
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Jp

I totally agree. I watched OLTL for over 25 years. The Buchanans were my second family. I will never understand how ABC cancelled this iconic show. I stopped watching the ABC network, with the exception of gh, over 3 years with the end of one life.

Llanviewer717
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Llanviewer717

I have not and will not watch anything from the alphabet network or the mouse company since January 13, 2012.

Katie
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Katie

Neither have I. I’ve boycotted the alphabet network and all things related to the mouse company since OLTL was needlessly cancelled!!!! I miss my beloved OLTL and Llanview characters every single day.

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