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Date Posted: 20:16:35 04/08/02 Mon
Author: Anonymous
Subject: Re: My One Life To Live At A Soap Opera Lucheon
In reply to: Lafaux 's message, "My One Life To Live At A Soap Opera Lucheon" on 19:46:52 04/08/02 Mon

Later, I met a lady who had One Life To Live painted on her fingernails. (“One” on the forefinger, “To” on the next finger and so on.)

I had a great time, despite the fact that I didn’t believe that I was doing what I swore I would never do, but there I was, standing in line, waiting to meet the actors who portray my favorite and not so favorite characters. Among the actors who showed up were, Kassie DePaiva, who has a great sense of humor, Kristen Aldersen, and her brother Eddie, Ty Treadwell,(who made me smile a lot!) Larry Lau, who was sick, Hillary B. Smith was there, as well as Catherine Hickland. My favorite was Illene Kristen. I love Roxy! My one disappointment is that I didn’t get to meet Timothy D. Stickney! DAMN! My biggest joy was meeting some online friends, eventhough some of them are whacked!

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[> [> I can't believe you went! click- -- Anonymous, 18:00:55 04/09/02 Tue

My biggest joy
>was meeting some online friends, eventhough some of
>them are whacked! >>

I met some wacko fans when I went too, and that was in '99 before I knew what I know now. (Who to avoid!) I'm dying to hear how the format changed. When I went the stars were introduced and they came out one by one. Florencia did a little dance and my daughter said "what a geek". Then we ate lunch with the actors, they had a Q&A session and then the line up at tables for autographs. What news did you get? Anyone mention RS? Was Gary there?

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[> [> [> Re: I can't believe you went! click- -- Anonymous, 18:22:31 04/09/02 Tue

Margie, The format has changed. I think that I would have liked the '99 format better.

They had items from the show displayed, and people could bid on some, and buy raffle tickets for others. Tonya, the woman who runs KDP's site won the Todd and Blair wedding invitation. They had things like Todd's t-shirt, a menu from Rodi's, Jessica's adoption papers, and they auctioned off a studio tour.

After that, they announced the actors, one by one, and they came out, took the mic and said a few words to the audience.
Then they announced the award winners.

After that, the actors took up their stations, and proceded to meet their fans.

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