Who knew that watching two men hug could get us so emotional? Last week it was Jason (Steve Burton) and Michael (Chad Duell). This week, it was Sonny (Maurice Benard) and Michael. We saw some really great acting from these actors this week. Maurice Benard's work reminded me of why we all fell in love with him in the first place. And Chad Duell (Michael) is just terrific – he's truly a gifted young actor.After watching him this past week, I think Chad Duell is capable of anything. Duell has proven to be a great dramatic and emotional actor with his recent storyline. But who knew he was so good at subtle comedy? On Thursday, Duell was terrific opposite Bradford Anderson's Spinelli. Duell reminds me a lot of Steve Burton, in that his expressions are priceless.
This week had me wondering if Nikolas has lost total interest in Elizabeth. I don't understand how that's possible. Nikolas was crazy about Elizabeth. Now he's suddenly over her. I thought they were in love, even though Elizabeth resisted. There was so much emotion and passion when Nik and Liz were together. It's too bad that wasn't played out more. With Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth) leaving, it most likely will never happen.
Ok, so what's funnier than Carly (Laura Wright) bickering with Ronnie (Ronnie Marmo)? Nothing. Could there be a future love connection there? Wouldn't you love to see that? Crazy, pushy Carly hooking up with macho Ronnie – that could be as good or dare I say better than Diane (Carolyn Hennesy) and Max (Derk Cheetwood).
Chad Duell has proven to be a great dramatic and emotional actor. Who knew he was so good at subtle comedy though. On Thursday, Duell was terrific opposite Bradford Anderson's Spinelli. Duell reminds me a lot of Steve Burton (Jason), in that his expressions are priceless.
TV Guide Canada published the list of 2011 Daytime Emmy prenominations. Click here to take a look and see if you agree with the choices.
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