Law & Order: SVU star Tamara Tunie (ex-Jessica Griffin, As the World Turns) was honored with the Linda Dano HeartShare award at the 2010 HeartShare Gala on March 25 at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York City. One Life to Live’s Robert S. Woods and wife Loyita Chapel attended, as did former Another World star Stephen Schnetzer (Cass Winthrop). For more information on HeartShare visit their official website. See more photos from the 2010 HeartShare Gala after the jump.
My absence from Daytime Confidential lately has not been due to the usual business of family and work taking up a lot of my time, but rather a certain lack energy to post about practically any of the daytime serials that clog up my DVR from day to day. This is neither a positive nor a negative thing because there are frequent periods throughout the year when shows kind of coast along and do their their thing, usually between sweeps.
At these times, there is little for the viewer — if that viewer is me — to get all worked up about this plot twist, that character's action, some couple or another or even a whole show's direction. Normally, this state of affairs hits one or two shows at a time. Every once in a while like the last couple of weeks, the stars align and all the serials get caught in the same momentum of drift. All that is required of us is to watch and see where it all goes.
In that spirit, my brain plays a little game of soap opera hopscotch, taking in odds and ends big and small. There is no great elaboration on anything here, just a quick rundown of things I like and not like so much. Your mileage may vary... READ MORE
I don't know why it is that Stephen Schnetzer's voice has stuck with me all these years after Another World ended, but it has. That's why, while watching tonight's new episode of Fringe on FOX, I unexpectedly heard his voice and rushed to get screencaps. Schnetzer portrayed one of two scientists that die after drinking water that unknowingly contains something it that rapidly grows into a giant slug after mixing with a human's stomach fluids. I wasn't quick enough to get pictures of the bug coming out of the mouth of Schnetzer's character but I did of the other professor. Check out more pictures after the jump. READ MORE