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THE MIDDLE Interprets Knots Landing In Hilarious Spoof For Brick's Film Project!

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If you are a fans of the soaps, and a huge fan of the iconic Knots Landing, that you got a kick out of Wednesday night’s episode of the hit ABC comedy series, The Middle.

In one of the story arcs during the episode entitled “Film, Friends and Fruit Pies”, Brick Heck played by the hilarious Atticus Shaffer has to a film project for school, and he chooses to use scenes from the 1980’s part of the CBS soap opera, Knots Landing.

Brick goes to his parents, Frankie (Patricia Heaton) and Mike (Neil Flynn and says upon choosing between going with ‘Knots’ or a different options for his project:  “I binged watch all 14 seasons … I know what you’re thinking … but Knots Landing has that indefinable “it”.  Plus, it’s one of the few historical records we have of the 1980’s.”

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Later, Brick enlists his friends, Cindy and Troy, to renact a scene for his project portraying the roles of Abby Ewing (Donna Mills) and Gary Ewing (Ted Shackelford). As he directs them, Brick says,  “OK, Cindy in this scene you are Abby, a beautiful temptress who will stop at nothing to get what she wants.  And Troy, you’re Gary, a handsome, naïve, Texas transplant, who used to be married to Valene, but then Abby stole you, and now she’s trying to make you, Gary, feel better about cutting your best friend Kenny out of Ciji’s recording deal.”

Not happy with his friends performance, Brick yells “Troy, I’m seeing the acting all over the place. This is Knots Landing, let’s keep it real.  Didn’t you people watch the 14 years of episodes I gave you?”

After his friends bail on him for his overbearing and controlling directorial behavior, and with one key scene left to shoot Brick now enlists his parents to finish the last scene. ” I’m a director! It’s my job to bring Knots Landing to life, a writer wrote this,” he says.  Next when Frankie and Mike get in front of the camera it is their job to perform a scene between Karen (Michele Lee) and Mac (Kevin Dobson).  When Mike feels odd in the way he is sitting he says to Brick, “Who sits like this?” Brick replies, “Mac and Karen sit like this, OK?”  After Mike has had enough, Frankie is left with a last-minute Mac fill-in and hilarity ensues.

What did you think of The Middle interpreting Knots Landing for Brick’s film project? If you missed it watch the episode below, and then weigh-in!

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Mo
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Mo

Sounds funny.

Bart
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Bart

It was a very good episode – lots of laughs from all 3 of the episode’s story lines.

I watched KNOTS for all 14 seasons!!

William
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William

It was so funny. I love this show and Lnots so I was just thrilled. Only wish they would have gotten Michelle, Donna, or Joan to play his teacher in the episode.

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B&B’s Lawrence Saint-Victor Shares He was a Writer of Today’s Episode

If you looked closely on today’s episode of CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful, one of the series stars was one of the scribes for it in the closing credits.

Then, news came from Lawrence Saint-Victor himself on social media that he indeed played a part in the script.

The actor-writer-producer-director shared: “So this happened!! An episode that I had the privilege of writing aired today. It was such a wonderful learning experience. Thank you Brad Bell for giving me the opportunity, and to our amazing writers and the entire team for all of your support. #writerslife #boldandbeautiful”

The episode#8496, also included as its writing team: Bradley Bell, Michael Minnis, and Mark V. Pinciotti along with Saint-Victor.

In story, Carter was sharing scenes with Quinn over Zoe, and there was more drama in the hit and run that killed Vinny.

Share your congrats to Lawrence via the comment section below as he continues to share and expand his talents for all of us to take notice of.

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Karla Mosley Temporarily Replaces Mishael Morgan on The Young and the Restless

Soap favorite Karla Mosley (Ex-Maya, B&B and Christina, GL) has stepped in for Mishael Morgan and will air on upcoming episodes of The Young and the Restless in the role of Amanda Sinclair.

As has been previously reported and brought to light by Morgan herself, she recently suffered an eye injury and had to undergo surgery.

In a joint statement, Y&R’s EP’s Anthony Morina and EP and co-head writer, Josh Griffith said of the temporary swap:  “We’re grateful that Karla Mosley, a seasoned actor and consummate professional, was able to step in to the role of Amanda during Mishael Morgan’s temporary absence. Mishael is a valuable member of the Y&R family and will be back on air soon to continue her journey as Amanda.”

Mosley spoke exclusively with Soap Opera Digest where she shared she spoke to Morgan before taking on the role: “It was great that I could talk with her and say thank you for leaving me such a wonderful path to follow. I also told her, ‘I’ll be happy when you’re healed and able to return.’”

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In return, Mishael took to Twitter and said of Karla: “I am so grateful this beautiful and talented woman stepped in for me on such short notice and allowed me time to heal. I can’t wait to be back, but It comforts me to know that Amanda is in such great hands.”

Look for Karla to hit Genoa City on the upcoming April 26th episode of the CBS daytime drama series.

So what do you think of Karla Mosley taking on the role of Amanda Sinclair? And we wish Mishael a speedy recovery! Comment below.

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‘This Is Us’ To End Season Two Episodes Early From Original Order

As a result of production delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the current 5th season of the NBC’s This Is Us, will actually end two episodes short of its original order.

The announcement was made following last night’s airing that the Pearson family drama will close out its current season on its May 25th episode.  The season finale will also air one hour later in the 10pm EST slot, than its usual 9pm slot.

This Is Us will now be on a two-week hiatus until May 11th when it returns for all-new episodes as it heads towards its season’s end.

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Last night’s episode saw the dramatic heart-to-heart conversation between brothers Randall and Kevin, surrounding their conflict, played beautifully by Sterling K. Brown and Justin Hartley.

With its upcoming sixth season scheduled to be its last, no word yet if the two episodes that were not filmed, will end up there or be scratched.

So what did you think of last night’s This Is Us? Disappointed this season will be shorter than expected? Comment below.

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