TV Guide Magazine: What's going to happen to poor, pathetic Pam once she gets busted?
Mills: This could take her to a very dark place. It never occurred to her that she'd get caught. She doesn't have anybody left in her life. No friends. No men. This is bad. The shocking thing is that Stephanie doesn't blow when she finds out Pam's the thief. She's disappointed and really hurt, and for someone as fragile as Pam that's devastating. [Laughs] At least Stephanie doesn't throw Pam off a balcony. She's been known to handle problems that way!
She's back! According to TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan , Phyllis Diller is returning to The Bold and The Beautiful as dizzy makup artist Gladys Pope. Reportedly, Diller's storyline is being kept hush-hush by the show, but expect Gladys–who was Sally Spectra's BFF–to be a key part of a romantic event that ties in with B&B's 25th anniversary.
The legendary comedian pops up onscreen in March for two episodes.
One Life To Live funny gal Ilene Kristen doesn't mesh words about Prospect Park's botched deal to relocate the fictional citizens of Llanview and Pine Valley to the web. Kristen spoke with TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan about the whole catastrophy, as well as her fun, final storyline for OLTL revolving around the demise of soap-within-a-soap Fraternity Row.
TV Guide Magazine: Speaking of master plans, what's your take on the Prospect Park fiasco?
Kristen: Did they have a master plan? Why would they start a project to save the soaps and then have it fizzle out like that? When Prospect Park said they weren't continuing with All My Children, I absolutely assumed it was because they wanted to put all their eggs in one basket with OLTL. Not that I wanted to see AMC die. But who thought this would happen?
TV Guide Magazine: Give us some deets on this Woman in White.
Parsons: Alyshia Ochse is phenomenal! She's going to be a lot of fun for the audience to watch. She's a smart, impulsive actress who really challenges me, even though she hasn't even said anything yet! It'll take a while for her to speak. There's been so much tension building with this story. Ethan's been chasing this mystery being — they've been running circles around each other forever — and she is not what he expected. It's not going to be a traditional soap romance and I love that. [Laughs] They won't be courting or going on dates. It's very Wuthering Heights, the kind of epic, fantastical mystery GH hasn't done in years. I just love the larger-than-life scope of it. When Ethan and the Woman finally meet it's all shock and awe. He is obsessed with her, though he's not even sure she's real.
Lord have mercy, another Wuthering Heights rip-off. To find out about Parsons' contact expiring in 2012 click here!