Quote oltllover: watching on hulu is much easier than I thought. I am used to watching episodes that I missed on you tube so watching on the computer is not bad and anyone who has a newer model tv get get a cable that connects the computer to the tv and watch it like that. anyways, the production value is good and it does feel like the veterans never lost a beat and there are enough originals to help balance the newbies. I am thrilled that victor is back and that s/l will be addressed and Todd can move on from that but I do take issue with the fact that there was no real reaction from anyone(except Tea) that victor isnt dead but we will see how that plays out. ohterwise I am very happy for the show and the actors and wish them well and success.
Quote tinasfatheronlostin: Yep. The Victor is alive was very underwhelming.
It also seemed strange not to have Starr there as well. I know the actress declined returning and that's the reason she wasn't there but it just seemed odd.
They should have at least thrown in a scene with Blair talking to Starr on the phone after the doctor said Dani was going to be alright.
Quote tinasfatheronlostin: I just watched episode 3 and I'm just as impressed with OLTL as I was with the first episode.
Its 'views' on Hulu and downloads on I Tunes have also increased since its blockbuster debut on Monday. Fans are liking what they're seeing.
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