Blogging With Devin
By Devin Owens Posted: Mar 30, 2010
As I was watching Y&R's Billy and Victoria hit the sheets today, I realized that this scene could have never happened if the roles were still played by their memorable predecessors
By Devin Owens Posted: Nov 18, 2009
I'm curious as to why ATWT's Molly isn't being accosted by the press after exposing her affair with a prominent congressman on live TV.
By Devin Owens Posted: Aug 17, 2009
Once Lily confirmed Holden's death in the Snyder kitchen on ATWT today, I thought it was funny that she comforted Faith and Damian held a sobbing Meg, while Emma (you know, the lady who brought Holden into this world) bawled by herself. Ya' got two arms, Lily!....
By Devin Owens Posted: Aug 4, 2009
Y&R: Wow! That was one humdinger helping of crow Katherine was eating when she admitted to Jill that La Chancellor's marriage wasn't as strong as she had always professed. Leave it to Jill not to make peace.
By Devin Owens Posted: Jul 16, 2009
Boy, I have to take exception with ATWT's Susan Stewart kneeing her ex-husband Larry in the groin after she found out that he stole Emily's eggs to make a baby with another woman.
By Devin Owens Posted: Apr 24, 2009
On Y&R, why do the writers insist on mucking up Kevin's thoroughly-entertaining mental breakdown with his delusions of different people wearing that ridiculous chipmunk mask?
By Devin Owens Posted: Jan 16, 2009
Ahoy, mates! Just wanted to give you a heads up (okay, I'm bragging here) that I'll be embarking on the second annual Soap Cruise to the Caribbean next week!
By Devin Owens Posted: Jan 9, 2009
I heart B&B's Stephanie again because she's back to steamrolling through everyone's lives. When Eric first dumped her for Donna, Stephanie became downright, well, un-Stephanie, when she quietly retired to a darkened beach house to lick her wounds.
By Devin Owens Posted: Dec 24, 2008
For years, I felt that Y&R was doing itself a huge disservice by showing one of their classic episodes on Christmas day. Why?
By Devin Owens Posted: Oct 21, 2008
Okay, I'm going to share something spooky, and I want you GL fans to help me out here. If my eyes are not glued to the screen while the show is on, I swear I can't tell Daniel Cosgrove's (Bill) voice apart from Tom Wiggin's (Lawrence). Try this at home and let me know.