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SOAPnet Announces GH Thanksgiving Day "Quartermania" Marathon!

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Coming just in time for Turkey Day!  Soap fans can spend Thanksgiving night with SOAPnet and the squabbling Quartermaine clan!  That is because SOAPnet has just announced a special five-hour General Hospital marathon titled, “Quartermania” that celebrates the Quartermaines in all their glory, and all of their wacky, wild and beloved Thanksgiving traditions.

The marathon starts at 7 p.m. ET/PT on Thursday, November 22nd.   Here below are the Thanksgiving Day “Quartermania” episodes that viewers who have SOAPnet will get to see!

7 p.m. – Episode #1995-8358 (original air date November 23, 1995) – Lucy is horrified to find her duck, Sigmund, Missing on Thanksgiving. The Quartermaines end up eating pizza.

8 p.m. – Episode #1997-8877B (original air date November 27, 1997) – On Thanksgiving, Jason saves the Quartermaines from being robbed by the pizza deliverymen.

9 p.m. – Episode #2001-9899B (original air date November 22, 2001) – Drama over Skye and Rea at the Quatermaines’ Thanksgiving table turns into a food fight.

10 p.m. – Episode #2009–11942 (original air date November 25, 2009) – The Quartermaines’ Thanksgiving becomes even wackier when Luke and the Spencers join them for the holiday.

11 p.m. – Episode #2011-12440 (original air date November 23, 2011) – There’s tension in the air when Sam and Jason spend Thanksgiving with the Quartermaines.

Which is your favorite moment of  Thanksgiving past of the Q’s?  And which episode from the list above are you most looking forward to seeing again? Let us know!

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MBmomof3

I’m a Quartermainiac! I count among my blessings this Thanksgiving holiday that I still have SOAPnet. It is the channel I watch most consistently.

Claudia Kurzyna
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Claudia Kurzyna

I am looking forward to the first one with Lucya and her duck! All the episodes however, look good, and I will be watching the marathon!

Ces
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Ces

Phenomenal!! I love Soapnet and I can definitly skip Thanksgiving’s lousy football games for the Q family!! After all, my team isn’t playing =)

liz
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liz

I really wish I still had SoapNet!!! I heard that it might be coming back to Comcast. Any truth to the rumor?

Mary Fergen
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Mary Fergen

Oh, it will be so much fun to revisit these episodes and the Quartermaines again! Thanks to Soapnet for doing this. I just wish that this network was still received by ALL soap fans!

Lois Machles
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Lois Machles

I have Comcast as cable. Do not get soapnet any more. Is there a way to see these thanksgiving episodes. Thank you

Maria Gannon
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Maria Gannon

I remember Lucy & her duck!!!! I love that episode!! & of course – seeing Jason again would make my night!!!!

Rodd
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Rodd

Looking forward to seeing shows that aired before my time with GH!

gloria
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gloria

Cannot wait. Love the Qs, love SoapNet, thank goodness we still have it on Directv.
Thanks whoever for this marathon.

Michael
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Michael

Another reason to LOVE Soapnet. It’s still on Time Warner- I hope the top brass at ABC finds a way to keep Soapnet going and going…..

Lonnie
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Lonnie

I have Comcast and I still get Soapnet. I’m really looking forward to seeing Lucy and her duck and the food fight!!

Bethy
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Bethy

They should have left out the 2011 episode, it was awful, and put in yet another more memorable, enjoyable Q T-day instead.

ethel
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ethel

awesome news – i can not wait!

SZima
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SZima

I also have Comcast and get SoapNet. I’m looking forward to the first two because
a) Lucy! and
b) I wasn’t watching in the 90’s

Christy
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Christy

man, I wish they’d put that on a DVD set! I’ve never had Soapnet — feel totally let down that I can’t see these great shows – well not on a big screen, to play over and over again! oh, and yesterday – what great surprise coming home yesterday to find Alan Q !!! I miss him so much! I kept him in my mind and heart the way I last saw him, so yeah, he’s a bit older, but I hope the Q ghosts will be a regular thing! Everytime I see him, I think of him as Prince… Read more »

Christy
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Christy

oh, and remember when Robin was going thru the whole Stone is dying… and “ghosts” of her “dead” parents kept appearing?? Of course we find out later, they were never dead…

oh, I hope there’s a place in Port Chuck that Helena has our beloved “dead” characters on ice…. like Dr. Alan and Dr. Tony and Emily!

jp
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jp

Looking forward to them. I hope soapnet can give us some classic thanksgiving and xmas episodes of OLTL. I miss my Buchanan clan so much.

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Kelly Thiebaud Opens Up on Her Exit from General Hospital, Taping Britt’s Tragic Death Scenes, and Parting Thoughts on Co-Stars

Just a few weeks ago on the January 4th episode of General Hospital, viewers were left devastated when Dr. Britt Westbourne succumbed to a fatal poisoning after a confrontation with ‘The Hook’.

While it was revealed that Daytime Emmy winner, Kelly Thiebaud, was exiting the ABC soap opera at the end of 2022, many thought the story would see Britt leaving Port Charles to deal with her declining health due to Huntington’s Disease in private, in order to keep the door open for a possible return down the line.  However, that was not meant to be.  When a report from Deadline surfaced back in August of 2022, it indicated that Kelly was returning to her primetime role on ABC’s Station 19, which caused some confusion and rumors of just what would Thiebaud’s ultimate status be with the daytime drama series.

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Now, in a very special exit interview for You Tube’s Michael Fairman Channel, Kelly chats with Michael Fairman and clarifies what led to her decision to leave her role as Dr. Britt Westbourne.

Talking with Fairman direct from London, Kelly, who won a Daytime Emmy in 2022 for the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, reveals how it came to pass that GH would kill-off the character of Britt by becoming another victim of ‘The Hook’, and more.

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During the conversation, Thiebaud shares her thoughts on working with her former GH co-stars including: Steve Burton (ex-Jason), Parry Shen (Brad), Kirsten Storms (Maxie), Kathleen Gati (Liesl), Cassandra James (Terry), Roger Howarth (Austin) and Josh Kelly (Cody), as well as some of her favorite memories throughout her run on the series which began in 2012.

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Kelly took the character from being the manipulative ‘Britch’ as an interloper in the romance of Patrick (Jason Thompson) and Sabrina (Teresa Castillo), all the way to becoming a well-loved character to root for.

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While, GH viewers witnessed Britt’s shocking death scenes, Kelly weighs-in on taping those moments, as well as Britt’s emotional goodbye birthday party, and having the opportunity to portray a character who was trying to navigate her life, while suffering from the effects of Huntington’s Disease.

In addition, Thiebaud gives a very special ‘thank you’ and shout out to the fans for their enduring support as she looks forward to new roles and new adventures ahead.

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Check out our heartfelt farewell interview with Kelly below, and for upcoming celebrity features, interviews, event coverage, music videos, and more, make sure to ‘subscribe‘ to the Michael Fairman Channel.

So, what did you think about Kelly’s decision to depart GH? Will you miss her as Britt? Share your thoughts on our conversation in the comment section below.

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Denise Crosby Makes a Return to General Hospital

After a major fallout with her parents, Carolyn (Denise Crosby) and Jeff Webber (William R. Moses), Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) was devastated, in particular because they concocted a plan to make her forget all about the tragic situation earlier in her life. That being, when Finn’s (Michael Easton) late wife, Reiko, fell down a flight of steps and eventually died after she struggled with Liz.

Apparently, the story is not over, when Denise Crosby reprises her role of Carolyn beginning the week of January 23rd on General Hospital.

Talking about her return in the latest issue of Soap Opera Digest on newsstands now, Crosby previewed, “She (Carolyn) wants to make a connection with her daughter and try to make amends for something that is almost impossible to make amends for. She knows it could go really wrong, but she can’t live with herself if she doesn’t take the shot.”

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Something tells us there is more to the story of why Carolyn could have returned to Port Charles? Any thoughts?

Let us know your theories about Elizabeth’s mother upcoming return to Port Charles in the comment section below.

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Johnny Wactor Featured in Music Video Short Film ‘There to Catch Me’ by the Nashvillains

General Hospital alum, Johnny Wactor (ex-Brando Corbin) has made you cry previously during many tough storylines on the ABC daytime drama series. From the death of Sasha and Brando’s little baby boy, Liam, and later being the victim of ‘The Hook’, and more, theBrando had some heavy dramatic moments.

Now fans can check out Wactor in an extremely touching short film in the latest music video by the Nashvillains, for their single, There to Catch Me.

In it, Wactor portrays the character of Mason, who visits a house that held significance for him and his wife.  It’s where they spent their wedding night.  However, we learn that he lost his wife.  Throughout the short film, Mason has flash backs of their life together, and gets the shock of his life when his wife seemingly returns and they get to spend one last moment together.

Johnny took to his Instagram and shared: “Finally… the full short film – music video There to Catch Me is out! Please, please, do yourself a favor and enjoy this piece of art that so many talented people came together to create. Big thanks to @nashvillainsband and @bethanyashtonwolf for making me a part of this!”

The short film’s director, Bethany Ashton Wolf replied, “Loved directing you in this beautiful piece of song + cinema, Johnny. Memories for a lifetime.”

Watch ‘There to Catch Me’, the short film  featuring Wactor below.  Then let us know, what you thought of his performance in it via the comment section.

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