In keeping with the spirit of what was intended for this round I will exclude the brits that were residing in the US.
1. Francesca Gioberti
Poor Stephanie Beacham, Constantly being mauled by creepy old men and having to act like they're irresistible.
I was also planning to include Alexis and Sable as you did say 'non-American' in your intro. Can you clarify, is it non-Americans or just not US...
The results are in and it's another win for Dallas:
1. Katherine tricks Bobby (20 points)
2. Peter's letter to Angela (19 points)...
Tomorrow is your last day to vote for your favourite letters.
I think you're underestimating just how romantic Richard could be. I mean, who doesn't love a good abortion poem?
1. Katherine tricks Bobby
“I think you may have just signed away your marriage, sister dear.” This is our first real glimpse of just...
Well, he gave it to her. He didn't write it himself.
Sure, why not!
Letters often play an important role in Soapland. Sometimes bringing good news, sometimes bringing bad, their revelations can often shake things...
Finally Flamingo Road has made it onto the scoreboard! :w1:
1. Harry McSween - Cause dirty cops have more fun.
2. Dan Robbins - Cause he got to have his own story line that one time when he was ill.
The results are in...and way out ahead it's Knots Landing:
1. "You left me in a bad spot, Red" 23 points
2. Bobby dies 13 points...
Saturday is your last day to vote for your favourite tearjerkers.
Willie, those were just my votes, not the results!
1. Bobby dies
This was one of Dallas' most emotional scenes in one of it's best ever episodes and it tugs at the heartstrings...
So sad. So beautiful.
This time were gonna have a look at some of Soapland's saddest or most emotional moments. The ones that brought a lump to your throat or literally...
Ken Swofford was on Knots Landing, Dynasty, Falcon Crest and Dallas. And played a cop on all of them!
Peter White was on Falcon Crest, Dynasty, Dallas, Knots Landing and The Colbys! In fact after I voted I thought I should have given him an...
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