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Y&R To Air Masquerade Ball Episode Circa 1991

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On Friday, The Young and the Restless will air another blast from the past classic episode, which so far, have been very popular with the viewers; in getting an opportunity to walk down Genoa City memory lane.

Currently during the COVID-19 pandemic, Y&R has been airing original episodes four days a week and a classic one on Fridays.

Coming up tomorrow, its the Masquerade Ball episode that originally aired on CBS on October 2, 1991.

The CBS daytime drama series is telling fans to “Be our guest” at you get the opportunity look back at the drama that ensued at the festivities.

In the episode,  while the “Queen of Hearts” (Jeanne Cooper), “Prince Charming” (Peter Bergman), “Roman Conqueror” (Eric Braeden), “Marie Antoinette” (Tracey Bregman) and many others enjoy the evening, a mystery guest has murder on his mind.

Pictured here is the late, Kristoff St John as Neil with Tonya Lee Williams as Olivia, who also made a splash at the ball.

So, will you be checking out tomorrow’s classic installment of The Young and the Restless? Comment below.

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I wish GH did the same instead of the more recent about some from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s, that are available..i know much of the 70s is missing i once read but there is so many still out there,,,days should do the same-they do have all of their in their archives!!!

Totally agree about GH. but Days doesn’t have to. While GH and Y&R are only like a month behind…Days is six months. SO its going to take them six months to catch up and hopfully by then things will be up and running. With the other 2…IF things don”t go back up…they will be running reruns all the time starting in early May.

If you have a chance to see this episode please do the costumes alone are worth the viewing !

Since Josh Griffith has only ‘ penned ‘ conversations in his 1 year at the helm, atleast make the family table, coffee shop conversations intresting and not repitive:
Paging Dr Olivia Winters to check in on son Nate jr
Calling Nina Webster to check in on son Chance
Calling Mia Rosales to slap some sense into sis in law Lola to play dirty and fight for your man Kyle
Sending in any job recruiter to hire Theo, Abby, and Tessa away from genoa city!!
Calling a acting coach to sit Michelle Stafford and teach her to tone down the theatrics. Overkill..
And on the real begging any cbs upper brass to smell the coffee and wake the fans of this dismal excuse of a soap and hire a real hw and fire Josh Griffith!
The throwbacks are the only episode
worth watching during the week here folks. Y n r team in charge pay attention and take notes. This is y n r at its finest.#joshgriffithplsstayhomepermanetly

As you know Damien, I am right with you…THANKS for wanting the real Y&R back.

Thanx Kevin,
Just seeing Kristoff and Tanya smiling like that gives me hope that the worst is behind us with this show! When this crisis is over im confident once production starts back we will have a new headwriter with vision!

YOU are WELCOME Damien…I only was able to see the first 30 mins of the classic show for news break of reopening the state…anyway HOPE is all we have at this time for Y&R and I sure hope that CBS/SONY see’s that Y&R does need a new headwriter with vision…

Y&R giving true classics while GH gives episodes from 2018


I’ve mentioned this on a few occasions…ABC give us a “remember when” real flashback….Loving premiered in 1983…DisneyABC should have the tapes. Rebroadcast. Or vintage Peyton Place episodes. Marketing needs to put their thinking caps on & take advantage of viewers home. Revisit the mistakes and/or foolish cancellations. Ughhh. No SoapNet…use the platforms in place. Golden Opportunity for all traditional networks go into your vaults. We want to feel comfort, sense of another time in this crazy world. The salary some executives make…we need creativity ABC/NBC/CBS! Make em work for that $. No fan like a soap fan. Here’s a free idea…Soap Opera Jeopardy instead of a new talk show. YOU’RE WELCOME.

Well I taped it and saw 20 minutes and then presto our governor had to tell us doom and gloom so I did miss all the rest but what I saw was some wonderful actors and characters I was very young when this episode aired but man the sets etc but that’s when they cared about daytime!

Quinn Redeker/ Rex Sterling was indeed fabulous with Katherine and Jill and Traci etc etc and my favorite Ashley on she had a softer presence and BE had her own chemistry with Eric

These Friday Y and R flashbacks are a reminder of how good the show once was plot and writing wise and especially the quality of the sets. Today every other scene is in a hotel room, Jack’s office reduced to the board room, and don’t get me going on what they did to the Newman ranch set (and I am not talking the fire one)!

General Hospital

THIS WEEK on GENERAL HOSPITAL: “He’s Back” as Jason Returns; Sonny Sets His Trap for the Shooter

Monday, March 4th is the highly-anticipated return of Steve Burton as Jason Morgan on ABC’s General Hospital. In the newly-released weekly promo for the series, in the final moments of it, you see a man with his hands-up about to turn around which looks like it will be revealed to be Sonny’s former hitman.

In the promo, Dante (Dominic Zamprogna), Anna (Finola Hughes), Spinell (Bradford Anderon) and others are intercut looking shocked at who they find on the pier with voice-overs of characters saying, “It can’t be”, “It’s him,” etc.

The story has been building as to who has been behind the shootings seemingly targeting Sonny (Maurice Benard), Selina (Lydia Look) and others related to the mob. When they locate Jason … is he the Jason we knew prior to the tunnel collapsing him towards the end of 2021, where he was believed to have perished? How is this all connected to the intel that Olivia Jerome was apparently killed in prison?

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Meanwhile, Carly (Laura Wright) and Drew’s (Cameron Mathison) relationship has shown its cracks. When Carly eventually sees Jason, will it eventually pit brother against brother for the love of Carly? And in this case, is Drew going to be portrayed as the bad guy due to his issues since his time at Pentonville which has shown he has become more obsessed with revenge on Nina (Cynthia Watros)?

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Here’s a look at the rest of this week’s the teasers for the action in Port Charles below.


Jason returns to Port Charles.  Selina and Sonny’s negotiation is abruptly interrupted.  Laura confronts Cyrus. Brook Lynn confides in Tracy. Heather attempts an escape.


Josslyn and Dex are in a frantic situation. Sonny hits a sore spot with John. Anna learns some tragic news. Marshall tells Curtis about his misdiagnosis. Laura acts fast in a crisis.


Anna questions Josslyn and Dex. Olivia and Sonny reconnect. Alexis is apprehensive. Cody and Sasha each make a confession. Spinelli and Ava are in for a shock.


Sonny and Ava share a loaded moment. Drew and Carly have their hands full. Maxie is stunned. Laura offers comfort. Brook Lynn opens up to Jordan.


Carly is taken aback. Nina corners Ava. Sonny gets an update on John’s investigation. Michael tries to convince Dex to stay. Alexis vents to Diane.

Now, check out this week’s promo for GH below. Then let us know, what state of mind do you think Jason will be in when he has revealed himself?  Share your thoughts in the comment secti

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Days Of Our Lives

DAYS Susan Seaforth Hayes on the Horton Home Set on Fire: “This Was the (Home of the Family) Matriarch and the Patriarch. And Then There’s Tom’s Chair. What Will happen to Dr. Tom’s Chair?”

Coming up on Days of our Lives, what has been teased months ago, will finally stream on the Peacock soap opera. The beloved and iconic Horton house is about to burn possibly to the ground, after it is set on fire on the Friday, February 9th episode.

The story will pick up starting on the Monday, February 12th episode, which will find Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) and Chad (Billy Flynn) coming upon the scene as the living room is engulfed in flames.

As it will be revealed, a major vendetta against Chad, is the cause when viewers learn the the fire was no accident. In the major scenes, Doug (the late Bill Hayes, who was still taping episodes at DAYS several months before his passing), Julie, Chad and his kids, all go to safety outside and watch the iconic home burn.

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Speaking with Soap Opera Digest, Susan Seaforth Hayes previewed the devastating moment and just how hard it hits Julie. “Everybody has come and gone and had experiences there,” Hayes begins. “This was the (home of the family’s) matriarch and the patriarch. And then there’s Tom’s chair. What will happen to Dr. Tom’s chair?”

Hayes adds there is a touching scene when everyone makes it to safety, “There’s a nice sequence outside the house watching the house burn.” She elaborates,”It looks quite hopeless. There are ashes, smoke and filth… It’s a sad heap.”

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This will wind up being a rebuilding project for Julie and the Horton legacy, as Susan shared, “Julie’s take on it after is determination to not lose the sense of the house, to not lose what was there emotionally.”

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Look for Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) to step up and provide temporary roof over the heads of her beloved friends and relatives.

Will you be sad to see the iconic Horton home set on fire? Did the set need a face-lift? Comment below.

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General Hospital

General Hospital’s Tabyana Ali Warns on Upcoming ‘Sprina’ and Esme Scenes for Fans to “Make Sure Their Blood Pressure Will Be Down”

This week on ABC’s General Hospital, it looks like a major showdown is coming between Trina (Tabyana Ali) and Esme (Avery Pohl), and then the question of how will the series address the exit of Spencer played by Nicholas Chavez (Spencer) as he takes time away from tto film one of the lead roles in Ryan Murphey’s anthology series Monsters.

In story, Sprina have begun their time together in Paris – where the plan is for Trina and Spencer to have quality time together during Trina’s semester abroad.  But, of course, Esme is hot on their trail, especially given that her memories are all intact, Spencer handed her baby over to Nikolas, etc.

Tabyana Ali told Soap Opera Digest on a preview of what fans can expect, “It’s emotional, it’s high-stakes and you can’t miss it.”

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Then, in a tease for what sounds like a potential massive catfight confrontation between Esme and Trina, Ali expressed, “In some ways and to some degree, I have been looking forward to a specific moment that happens. And I think everybody is going to feel very satisfied by this specific moment. And I can’t wait for people to see that.”

However for GH fans, the actress also teased that the drama could have fans blood boiling, adding, “I also want to tell everybody to please take their blood pressure pills. People need to do whatever they need to make sure their blood pressure will be down.”


Now in the latest promo for GH, Sonny (Maurice Benard) is heard saying, “Esme has a lot to lose. That may make her unpredictable.” Meanwhile, Laura (Genie Francis) is seen gut-punched and in tears. Could it be she received some terrible news about Spencer?

Official teasers for the show share that on today’s Monday, January 29th episode, Spencer and Trina enjoy a romantic dinner in Paris. Next on Tuesday, January 30th, Spencer makes a discovery. And on Wednesday, January 31st, Spencer and Trina find themselves in a precarious situation. As previously reported, Nicholas Chavez last airdate before his hiatus from the series is Wednesday, January 31st.

So, what do you think will happen to Spencer? Looking forward to an ultimate showdown between Esme and Trina? Weigh-in via the comment section below. But, first check out this week’s GH promo.

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