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    One Good Turn.

    Wednesday, August 28 2013
    Scott confronts Laura, Patrick gets angry with Felix, and AJ faces Anna's interrogation.

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    Posted by Risa at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:06 PM

    Oh ya spinelli rocks his scenes!!!! can't wait for his first scene with Maxie

    Posted by lovesdogs980 at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:06 PM

    Lily Hunter ~ Britt told Maxie she changed all her records when she handed her off the the OBGYN, so no one would be the wiser.

    Posted by lily hunter at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:07 PM

    OT
    Thanks GeorgiaPeach.

    Posted by Haydens mommy at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:09 PM

    "AJ" =Ava Jerome??

    Posted by thundering herd at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:12 PM

    Im afraid there is at least one move wrong baby/mommy story. The cross over with AMC where Bianca's baby was switched with OLTL's Kelley's baby.

    Posted by ransomha at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:12 PM

    lily, GeorgiaPeach and Koala 55: Thank you for your comments.


    Thundering: Too funny! But, think AJ will take "credit" without even having really done the murder.

    Posted by Haydens mommy at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:14 PM

    I think Britt's baby is one of Dante and Lulu's other embryos. Someone may have posted this already, if so I'm sorry, I haven't read posts In a while. I just can't figure out where else (or who) the baby would have come from. Not to mention we know she had access to the lab and would do something like that.

    Posted by Cynic at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:15 PM

    Those sterile hospital gowns are a joke. Laura was out in the corridor, hugging people in street clothes, then she fumbled for her cell phone. All I could think of was that the gown had not been sterile longer than the time it took for her to put it on.

    No one had to learn many lines today. They could have pasted them on the ceiling. "Connie Falconeri has been shot dead" "Oh no! Does xxxx know?" Then they pass it on to the next character. I half expected Tracy to ask if they were collecting for the funeral.

    I lost the last 5 minutes of the show, which was ridiculous as the commemoration had been going on for several hours and many people had spoken. They went right to the middle of someone's speech and showed a few newsreels of the historic day. President Obama did not arrive for another 10 minutes. It was very amateurish cutting. It would have been much better to televise the whole event. I will never forget watching the march on TV in England, and cannot believe that it is 50 years ago.

    Posted by Casey1 at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:33 PM

    Cynic...Laura wasn't the big flag with the sterile gown, Lulu was. After her scenes with Laura and Luke, Lulu went back into the room to be with "her" daughter.

    Posted by Cynic at Wednesday, August 28 2013 05:36 PM

    OFF TOPIC:

    I agree with the posters who think that the commemoration of the unforgettable march on Washington should have been carried live and the programs preempted today. They can preempt for car crashes and car chases, so a major historic event should have been covered.

    Growing up in Britain I could never understand segregation and why some people were so passionate over keeping it. Hypocrites like Strom Thurmond who had a mixed race daughter, but still supported segregation. We were being told America was the land of the free, but in practice it was only for some. I watched the scenes of the fire hoses and German Shepherd dogs being set on the marchers in Birmingham, and the hostility directed at the first children trying to go to the desegregated schools, with amazement unable to understand a nation would treat its own citizens like that. I did not realize at the time that I was seeing an incredible major historical event. I still shudder to think of J. Edgar Hoover's spying on and persecution of Dr. King and his depiction of Dr. King as a trouble making rabble rouser.

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