FAN FICTION #9
Ted takes the key card from his pocket and slides into the lock, opening the door to his suite at the Yacht Club. He throws his coat over the chair and heads over to the mini bar and fixes himself a drink. Well he has met the people he came to Pine Valley to meet and he is still no closer to deciding what he must do. Time is running out and besides he wants to get back to his family. Can David possibly help him? And if he can, at what price will
I have been watching AMC for many, many years and have always been proud that they have taken a stand on many controversial topics. Years ago, the character Devon Sheppard was seeing a therapist and that therapist was gay and Devon thought she might be gay as well. This was way back in the 70’s so you can understand how this was received at the time by many. Later on Laurel Montgomergy (Lily’s mother) had a brother who came to town. His name I believe was Michael, he was a teacher at the high school
I am still wondering why in 1 week now & I do not see an announcement, on Y&R itself about Jeanne Cooper's passing no mention. it was announced on a show prior to Y&R. (12:30 PM EDT.)
Updated 05-11-2013 at 10:39 AM by yrgl
Cooper was already a well-established TV actress when she took the role of Chancellor in 1973. "The Young and the Restless" was struggling in the ratings and its creator, William J. Bell, wanted to spice things up.
"Jeanne was the matriarch of the show in every sense of the word," said Lauralee Bell, Christine/Cricket on "The Young and the Restless" and William Bell's daughter.
"When you did work you were proud of, you'd hope for approval
Throughout April and May, Bernsen tweeted about Cooper’s hospital stays and condition. On April 12, he wrote, “need some prayers for my mom tonight. Not doing great. I don’t believe it is the end of her journey, but still a very uphill battle.”
Cooper began playing the devious character Katherine Chancellor in 1973 and continuing for four decades and never retiring, making her the longest-running cast member on the CBS series. She received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in