Former One Life to Live star Nicholas Rodgriguez, who worked closely with Brett Claywell (Kyle) and Scott Evans (Fish) when his character, gay activist Nick Chavez, was put in a love triangle with the pairing on the sudser last fall, has spoken out on the record to Daytime Confidential.com about what it was like to be a part of that groundbreaking storyline, as well as his experience working with the two actors on the set of the ABC soap opera.
"I am so proud of them both for how they are handling this situation," says Rodriguez, who is currently in Washington D.C. performing in the musicial Light in the Piazza. "I am truly proud of all our work together and the honesty and sincerity that came with these relationships. Not only was there an emphasis on professionalism and good acting, but there was always an obligation to present these gay men as honest, true, fully fleshed out human beings. I absolutely treasure my part in the creative process with Brett Claywell and Scott Evans. I have no doubt they will go on to do many more incredible things."
Then We Got Help!, the hilarious web dramedy from Julie Ann Emery and Kevin Earley, wraps its stellar first season today with an episode entitled "Your Cheating Heart". On today's show one of the main characters realizes he or she is being cheated on in the middle of the meeting, another announces an unexpected pregnancy, yet another says they want to start a family and one half of a couple wants to move outside of the country for work. And you thought Dallas used to end with killer cliffhangers!
Every time I watch an episode of Julie Ann Emery and Kevin Earley's smartly written and deftly acted web dramedy Then We Got Help! I find myself laughing so hard I almost pop my spleen one minute, then literally aching the next, because the situations the couples find themselves comically confronting hit so damned close to home. READ MORE
Perhaps the most underrated of the web series we cover, Then We Got Help! consistently provides hilariously-real storylines for its four very different couples. On this week's two-parter—by far the funniest of the series to date— neurotic, self help book-obsessed Anna (Kristen Shaw) is group leader. Two words: Poisonous Uterus. See Part II after the jump! READ MORE
The hilarious web dramedy Then We Got Help published episode three "8 Track Soundtrack" last week. (See above) This week they've released the equally enjoyable episode four, "Truth or Dare." Watch episode four after the jump. READ MORE