Genie Francis (ex Laura, General Hospital) takes on Bar Karma on Current TV

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Genie Francis in Bar KarmaGeneral Hospital's Genie Francis (ex Laura of iconic "Luke and Laura" fame) takes a page from the 'United States of Tara' when she stars as a waitress with multiple personality disorder in this week's episode of 'Bar Karma' airing Friday, April 8 at 10pm ET/9 Central.

Keeping it all in the family, the episode, "Three Times a Lady" is directed by Francis' real life husband, Jonathan Frakes, who is best known for his portrayal of Commander William T. Riker on Star Trek. In the episode, Francis' character enters 

Bar Karma to determine which personality has the karmic dilemma.


We've got two clips of the episode to share. In the first, "Kelly" serves some customers at the diner - her way - with an attitude and some vodka. In the second clip, "Luna" serves a burger- her way- complete with whipped cream, candy and a smile.

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'Bar Karma,' the first series to give viewers control of the show content before it hits air, was created by game creator Will Wright (The Sims/Sim City) and Worldwide Biggies CEO Albie Hecht. Set at a mystical watering hole at the edge of the universe, 'Bar Karma' stars William Sanderson ('True Blood,' 'Lost,' 'Deadwood') as James, the 20,000 year-old bartender, Matthew Humphreys ('Obsessed,' 'Big Love,' 'The Forgotten') as bar owner Doug Jones, and Cassie Howarth ('Deranged High,' 'Deathclock') as the lone waitress, Dayna. The series answers the age-old question: "What would happen if you could change your fate?" Set in a time traveling bar owned and operated by members of the mysterious organization Karma, Inc., each weekly episode follows a new bar patron as they enter at happy hour and must make a life-changing...and possibly world-saving ...decision.  For more on Bar Karma, click here.

Check out the episode on one of Current TV's most common channels:

Channel 358 (Nationwide)

DISH Network
Channel 196 (Nationwide)

Comcast Digital
Channel 107 (Most cities)
Channel 125 (Dallas & Seattle)

Time Warner Digital
Channel 103 (New York City)
Channel 142 (Los Angeles)

AT&T U-Verse
Channel 189 (Nationwide)

For other providers and cities, visit Current TV for info.