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Which reminds me, what do you guys think about characters returning after several years, especially when they are played by the same actor? Do you expect that the character will pick up right where they left off with the other characters in their lives, or do you figure that there will be a transition period?
Case in point. Maria’s return on All My Children. I have got to applaud Eva LaRue Callahan’s performance. She is a totally different character as “Maureen,” the amnesiac who is just now, after a month or two back on the show, remembering her past. “Maureen” has a totally different persona than the Maria that was thought lost in the plane crash. It’s not that “Maureen” is Maria’s evil twin, either. Oh no. She is Maria with amnesia. And LaRue Callahan is playing 2-characters-in-one with aplomb. It’s good to have her back in daytime.
Question is, do you like the way the story is going since her return, or would you have rather seen Maria jump head first into Edmund’s arms as soon as she saw his face? Stay tuned to Soapdom.com this week when we introduce our new featured column: “Busted to Blissful,” by Lesleyann Medieros, former reporter for Soap Opera Weekly, and now a Soapdom.com contributor. She looks at the return of Maria from a very critical eye. We want to know if you agree with her assessment.
Other features to watch for this week at Soapdom include a story on the GH fan lunch this past July as we rocked out with Wally Kurth and Kurth & Taylor. Speaking of music and soaps, be sure to check out our exclusive coverage of DOOL’s Bo and Hope’s theme song, and it’s songstress, Peter Reckell’s real life wife, Kelly Moneymaker.
Saturdays and Sundays at Soapdom are tons of fun with a new Dear Dr. Soaps, and the Sizzle Pic, just so you don’t forget your soaps over the weekend. And as always, there’s message boards and chat on weekends too!
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