Eric Sheffer Stevens
AE: What is about Luke that appeals to Reid? Why is he drawn to him?
ESS: There’s something very fresh about him. I don’t know if I can articulate it, but it’s just one of those attractions. Reid doesn’t know why because it goes against what he thinks he would want in a partner. It doesn’t add up because he definitely dislikes him initially so I think he hates himself for the attraction, but he gives into it more and more.
Read the entire interview at After Elton.
Last week Reid (Eric Sheffer Stevens) took Luke (Van Hansis) by surprise when he kissed him. This week he tells Luke it won’t happen again, unless Luke wants it. What is poor Luke to do? Watch this week’s As the World Turns promo after the jump.
This week in daytime,
I wondered if All My Children's Zach (Thorsten Kaye) and Kendall (Alicia Minshew) fans were steaming mad about their couple's onscreen reunion, of sorts. Not being a Zendall fan myself I expect it had to be more than a little bittersweet to see a favorite couple return, only to dissolve before our eyes like a hairball in a drain pipe attacked by Draino. My sympathies are with you Zendall fans.
Next week on As the World Turns, Bob (Don Hastings) and Kim (Kathryn Hays) reach a milestone anniversary, Reid (Eric Sheffer Stevens) is hit with a lawsuit, Carly (Maura West) is tempted by the demon bottle and Jack (Michael Park) finds Dusty (Grayson McCouch) knocked out cold. Watch the promo video after the jump!
Luke (Van Hansis) and Noah (Jake Silbermann) chat about their relationship and Barbara (Colleen Zenk Pinter) teases Vienna (Ewa da Cruz) about Henry (Trent Dawson). Meanwhile, Janet (Julie Pinson) moves forward with Dusty (Grayson McCouch) as Reid (Eric Sheffer Stevens) faces an accusation of murder. Check out the promo for this week's As the World Turns after the jump.