General Hospital Transcript Thursday 8/11/05
Sonny: It shouldn't be that tough. I mean, all you got to say is "Yes, I want to move in," "No, I donít."
Reese: I do. It's just that it's a huge decision.
Sonny: What's stopping you? It's all right. I spoke to Ric just a little while ago, and we talked about you a little bit.
Reese: What insights did my new partner share with you?
Sonny: Well, it's not really what he said. It's like he -- I had a feeling he was holding back a little bit, you know? Kind of like you are a little bit, I don't know, maybe I'm just being paranoid.
Reese: No, Sonny, you're not being paranoid. There is something.
Carly: Why on earth would you think Reese and I went to the same high school?
Michael: Because of this.
Carly: What? This is an invitation to my high school reunion.
Michael: Yeah, it's same year, same school, same everything.
Carly: Obviously, the organizing committee had two addresses for me and they sent one here and one to your dadís.
Michael: But it had a different name. I think it was Charlotte.
Jason: You must be able to hear me. Tell me what's wrong. No, hello! Can you answer me?
Woman: I can't believe it. It's you.
Sam: What's -- what's that supposed to mean? Who do you think I look like?
Woman: My dead daughter.
Reese: I want us to move forward, Sonny. But I'm -- I'm just worried that Michael isn't ready for this.
Sonny: I laid -- I already laid it all out on the line for Michael. I just -- I wanted to see how he'd feel, and he was ok with the idea of you moving in.
Reese: Are you sure he didn't just say what you wanted to hear?
Sonny: No, no, my son doesn't -- he doesn't work that way. He tells me the truth. It's just like he didn't hesitate for a second to tell me, you know, 20 million times that I still have a chance with his mother.
Reese: But he gets that Carlyís now moved on with Alcazar.
Sonny: Yeah, but see, it's different because Michael hates Alcazar. He likes you, always has. You got to respect the kid's taste, you know? He knows that you make me happy.
Reese: Ok. But nothing's perfect.
Sonny: Well, I'm not going to promise perfect, and I don't make guarantees. You know, Michaelís still going through a lot, Morganís going through his terrible twos, and then you have me, and that's a lot of testosterone for any woman to take. Question is, can you handle it?
Reese: It sounds like heaven.
Sonny: Is that a yeah?
Reese: It's -- I'm overwhelmed, Sonny. I mean, you -- your children are so precious to you and -- and this home that you made for them is -- to ask me to be a part of that, it's --
Sonny: Hey, just, hey, you know, it just feels right, because I don't want you all the way across town when the rest of my life is here.
Reese: Well, what's my role supposed to be?
Sonny: That's a good question. My boys already have, you know, a mother. They already have a nanny. You would be the woman who makes their daddy smile when you walk through the door. You're just -- look, I know I may be asking a lot, and we can go back and forth here with you trying to, you know, find an unhappy ending. I just don't think we're going to find it.
Reese: But we can't be sure, you know, can we?
Sonny: I'm asking you to move in because I -- I want you to, not because I need you to. I figured out that what I want in my life is a grown woman who can express an honest emotion. None of that high-maintenance stuff, you know? I want mutual respect instead of outrageous demands. No lies, no pretense, no game.
Reese: Well, I'm just not sure that that's enough.
Sonny: Well, I mean, what else is there?
Reese: I know that you're not a man who uses words easily, Sonny, so --
Sonny: Listen -- hey, hey. What I do, how I treat you -- that's how you know how I feel. But I'll say this, you know? I'm willing to risk being happy. Are you?
Reese: I am so ready to be happy.
Carly: So what kind of note was on Reeseís invitation? What did it say?
Michael: It was in some sort of fancy writing. I don't know. I couldn't read it.
Carly: Did Reese know that you saw the invitation?
Carly: Did daddy?
Michael: Well, Morgan spilled the purse and I didn't want to get in trouble, so I put everything back. And while I was, I saw the invitation.
Carly: And -- and the purse was in daddy's living room?
Carly: And you just left it there?
Michael: I put it on the coffee table.
Carly: Ok --
Carly: You didn't do anything wrong, sweetheart, and I'm sure there's a simple explanation for this. So why don't you go put on your bathing suit. It's a hot night and there's a pool out there with your name on it.
Michael: Yeah, that's right.
Carly: Ok? Make sure Leticiaís there.
Jason: The room service in this place sucks.
Man: You'll eat as soon as madam gets what she needs.
Jason: Yeah, I don't care what madam needs. What are you, her lap dog? You can't make a move till you sit up and beg, until she pats your stupid fat head?
Man: Shut up. You better hope that hot little tramp of yours plays nice.
Jason: What have you done to her?
Man: You want to know? You sit up and beg.
Woman: It's amazing. I thought your photograph was remarkable, but in person -- thanks to you, there's still hope.
Sam: Who are you and what exactly do you want from me?
Woman: Oh, I'm sorry. I'm Allegra Montenegro, and I want you to take my daughter's place.
Sam: Now, that is crazy.
Allegra: Oh, my beautiful Alicia, my precious girl. She was about to be a bride. It just weeks away, and then everything was destroyed. I had to keep her car accident a secret. No one knows my daughter is dead.
Sam: Whoa, whoa, wait, I'm sorry, but why would you do that?
Allegra: Look around you. I've lost my child. I have to salvage something. All this so-called luxury, the art and prestige -- it's all I have left now, and it's quickly slipping through my fingers.
Sam: Ok, what does any of this have to do with me?
Allegra: Well, that's simple. The man my daughter was about to marry is very wealthy, new money eager to take its place among the old. It was a marriage arranged to benefit both families. I made sure of that. And they were beautiful together.
Sam: I know it must be heartbreaking to lose so much, but --
Allegra: No, this wedding still has to take place.
Sam: Ok, you can't be asking me to step in for your daughter.
Allegra: I'm not asking. I'm telling.
Sam: Come on, that's crazy.
Allegra: Not at all. I'll guide you every step of the way, everything you'll need to know.
Sam: Look, I'm sure I resemble your daughter a little bit, but come on, there is no way I'll be able to -- oh, God.
Allegra: Sam, meet Alicia.
Sam: No, no, forget it. I am not going to do this.
Jason: Come on.
Sam: Look, I am -- sorry for your loss. I know grief can do really strange things to people, but this -- this is absolutely the strangest.
Allegra: Regardless, I can't lose sight of the bigger picture.
Sam: You're going to have to find yourself another meal ticket. It's not going to happen.
Allegra: I'm sorry, but this is not negotiable.
Sam: Oh, it's not? Ok. Well, then I suppose you could shoot me and stuff me and stand me at the altar. Someone's bound to notice. Come up with Plan B. Like I said, it's not going to happen.
Allegra: It's the only way you buy your friend Jasonís freedom. Otherwise, he never makes it out of that cellar.
Sam: You're serious?
Allegra: Desperate times and all that.
Sam: Don't I know it. Take me to Jason now.
Ric: Reese? What's -- uh-oh. You told him?
Reese: Worse -- I didnít. I wanted to tell Sonny, I wanted to tell him, but he was so genuine and he thinks I am, too. He thinks I'm the real deal.
Ric: Yeah, I've seen him like that on occasion, you know, all open and honest. It's times like that that really make you want to choke the guy.
Reese: He wants a life with me, Ric. You know how long it's been since I've been part of somebody else? I mean, on a real deep, meaningful level? Not since my son died.
Ric: Ok, look, I don't mean to be insensitive here, but the part of you that Sonny wants to share a life with is Reese Marshall.
Reese: I am Reese Marshall.
Ric: Hey --
Reese: I've been Reese Marshall for a long time. I hardly remember that other girl.
Ric: Oh, really? Well, let me introduce you to her. Charlotte Roberts, Reese Marshall. Reese Marshall --
Reese: Ric, please don't make light of this.
Ric: I was just --
Reese: I'm in love with him, Ric. However it started, it shouldn't matter. I have to make this work, and I will tell him the truth.
Ric: So, when?
Reese: When the time's right.
Ric: Yeah, but, unfortunately, the right time was a couple months ago.
Reese: Yeah. I have to show him that this is real. I didn't go after Carly. I did nothing wrong except build an incredible emotional connection with an amazing man.
Ric: Ok, I know. I know. You -- you helped find Michael, you brought him back safely, you saved his life, and you helped salvage Sonny's family, but listen to me. Sonny does not forgive lies, ok? Look at the two of us. We've been back and forth for years and we're still not all the way there. The point I'm trying to make, Reese, is even if you do decide to tell him the truth at this late date, you may still lose him.
Carly: Sonny? Reese? Anybody? Good eye, Michael.
Carly's voice: "Charlotte, I know you need to stay below the radar, but I thought you'd want to know what the old gang is up to. My lips are sealed."
Sonny: What are you doing here?
Carly: So Michael told me that you asked Reese to move in with you.
Sonny: Yeah, yeah. So what am I going to have to hear now, how insensitive I am to Michaelís needs, how Reese can't be trusted, how -- oh, I don't know -- she has this dark, deep secret? Can I get you a drink before you go on?
Carly: Well, it shows how wrong you can be, Sonny, because you don't have to ask my permission to move in with Reese.
Sonny: Are you on drugs or --
Carly: No, I'm --
Carly: I'm married to Lorenzo now. I'm hardly in a position to object to your living arrangements.
Sonny: Why are you here?
Carly: I just wanted to tell you that you're not going to get any trouble from me. I mean, if Reese makes you happy --
Sonny: Yeah, she does.
Carly: Well, Michael told me that you talked to him about it, and I think that that's really sweet, by the way, and wise.
Sonny: Yeah, well, he lives here, so he should be in the process, you know? I mean -- right?
Carly: Well, I know. I think you handled it really well.
Sonny: Thank you.
Carly: I just wanted to tell you good luck.
Sonny: Hmm. Is that it?
Carly: Yeah. I just don't want to fight with you anymore, Sonny --
Sonny: Ok. Well, that's great --
Carly: You know, with everything, Michaelís getting better every day and I -- with how ecstatically happy I've been and with you and Reese -- whatever that might end up being -- I just feel like I got to step back, and I don't want to get my nose in your business anymore.
Sonny: That's very grown up of you, Carly.
Carly: Yeah, well, it was bound to happen eventually.
Sonny: Hey -- just curious -- what was that you stuck in your purse when I walked in here?
Reese: You know, you could be wrong about Sonny. He has changed since the kidnappings.
Ric: Yeah, well, he hasn't changed the way he feels about lies and betrayal. That's fundamental in Sonny. It undermined his marriage to Carly and it ultimately killed it.
Reese: He will forgive me.
Ric: Well, I hope that everything works out for you and Sonny, really, but I'm a little bit more pragmatic when it comes to my brother.
Reese: Hey, I didn't expect Sonny to ask me to move in so soon. But I have to go for it now. That's all.
Reese: I have to tell him the truth and stop procrastinating. He does care about me, you know, Ric.
Ric: Hey, you know what? He was crazy about Carly, too, and she's the mother of his children. But when she kept a secret about Kristinaís paternity, he ended that marriage.
Reese: So you're saying that I'm damned if I do and I'm damned if I donít.
Ric: No, I'm just saying that I know how my brother's going to react. What you do is totally up to you.
Reese: Speaking of presumptuous --
Alexis: There you are.
Alexis: I thought you two were both avoiding me.
Reese: No, that's not what we're doing.
Ric: Now, Alexis, really --
Alexis: Oh, don't worry about it. Go ahead, go get 'em, tiger.
Man: Ric Lansing, you've been served.
Allegra: Think twice before you use that. My men have instructions to kill Jason if you harm me in any way.
Sam: You don't even know Jason or me. Why would you want to hurt us?
Allegra: Well, it's not as if I'd enjoy it. In fact, I'd find it rather distasteful. But my family's legacy is at stake.
Sam: Are you that big of a snob that you're willing to commit murder to keep up appearances?
Allegra: How glib, the way you put down my lifestyle. I'm sure yours has been exemplary.
Sam: No, my father taught me to run cons when I was a kid, but nothing -- nothing matches this.
Allegra: You've hit paydirt, Ms. McCall. I can promise you I will make this very worth your while once my fortune is secured.
Sam: Yeah, well, money's not an issue. I just want Jason to be safe.
Allegra: Now, wouldn't your father be disappointed to hear that? Surely, he taught you that money is always an issue. You simply don't have a choice. Do you know they did a study years ago in Cambridge, where they taught monkeys that coins could be exchanged for food? And sure enough, before long one enterprising little simian broke from his cage and knocked out all the other monkeys and stole their coins. It's primal -- survival. I'll do anything to preserve my lifestyle, just as you'll do anything to preserve your boyfriend.
Sam: When will the marriage take place?
Sam: "Soon"? Ok, say I agree to go along with -- with this. How long do I have to keep up this charade?
Allegra: Well, there's no prenup. So once Alicia has signed over the power of attorney to me and I have control of all the newlyweds' shared assets, you're on your way.
Allegra: You can spend some time with your new groom, if you like, see what it's like to sail on a real yacht, or manage a houseful of servants in your husband's grand estate. Or you can go back to your Jason, if you insist.
Sam: Yeah, I insist. Ok, all right, so I just -- I have to marry this guy and that's it, it's over, done deal, right?
Allegra: Exactly -- right after you consummate the marriage, of course.
Jason: I know you can hear me if I can hear -- who are you?
Carly: Oh, no, it's no big deal. It was just this 15-year high school reunion.
Carly: The invitation came here by mistake. And I should toss it out.
Sonny: No. I mean, you know, why don't you just go ahead and go and bring your new husband, show him off. Better yet -- leave him behind, bring your engagement ring, and I'm sure that everybody will be impressed.
Carly: Well, that's tempting.
Carly: Listen, I just don't think that I want to go down to Florida and spend even 10 minutes with a bunch of creeps who tortured me.
Sonny: But don't you think driving up in the mother of all stretch limos would ease the pain of those memories?
Carly: I was considering a helicopter.
Sonny: You made something out of yourself, ok? You have the right to flaunt it.
Carly: But you don't think it's cheap and tawdry to throw it in their faces?
Sonny: From you? No, because I know how much you love revenge.
Carly: All in good time.
Reese: What the hell is wrong with you, Alexis? You have a husband, a beautiful daughter, a baby on the way --
Ric: Reese -- Reese, donít.
Reese: No, she's got a life that most people would kill for, and this is how you choose to spend your energy, on a frivolous sexual discrimination suit? I mean, it's a pathetic waste of your talents.
Alexis: I'm sorry you feel that way.
Reese: All you're going to do is you're going to drive a wedge between you and your husband. Is this how you want your relationship to work?
Ric: Reese -- you know what? Go back to the office, please. Just go back to the office. I'll take care of Alexis and the wedge and --
Reese: I'm sorry, Ric. I'm sorry.
Ric: It's ok, it's all right. Just go on.
Alexis: It's ok. I know the routine. Good lawyer, bad lawyer, she insults me, and then you're nice to me.
Ric: No, I didn't think you were going to take it this far.
Alexis: It's not personal.
Alexis: I'm doing this for the millions of women who continue to face a hostile environment simply because they have breasts and ovaries. Do you know that Title VII was written in 1964 and this kind of thing is still going on?
Ric: Alexis, do you think that Reese doesn't take sexual discrimination seriously -- or me, for that matter? I respect professional people probably more than anybody you know and, therefore, I married one and I am partnered with another.
Alexis: Who called me frivolous and pathetic?
Ric: But Reese is under a lot of stress at the moment, ok? She's got a lot of problems.
Alexis: You refused to hire me because I'm pregnant, a condition for which you are partly responsible.
Ric: Well, thank you very much for noticing that. And I'm also trying to look out for the welfare of you and for the welfare of our child.
Alexis: You think pregnancy is a mental illness.
Ric: No, you had that covered way before pregnancy -- oh, you see?
Alexis: Oh, well --
Ric: No, no, no, no, no, don't, please.
Alexis: That'll be an effective argument in court.
Ric: Please, can we just avoid this particular circus?
Alexis: I don't see how.
Ric: Ok, I discussed your situation with my partner, all right? Reese is very empathetic.
Alexis: You could have fooled me from that -- I know, I know -- she's under stress.
Ric: Ok, all right, all right, and we came on to a conclusion and I think we have a very, very workable solution.
Alexis: I can't wait.
Ric: Yeah. We -- we'd like to offer you a full partnership -- Lansing, Marshall, & Davis.
Alexis: I need a minute to think about it.
Ric: Alexis, it's an employment opportunity effective immediately.
Alexis: Ok, I'm done. Not in a million years.
Jason: Great -- gruel.
Man: Don't push your luck, Morgan. The madam has no use for you.
Jason: Hey, lap dog, why don't you eat this dog food and tell me where Sam is.
Man: Oh, she's being a good girl.
Second man: Hmm, yeah, but it's nothing for you to worry about.
Sam: Ok, let me be really clear on one thing. No way will I sleep with a stranger to satisfy your greed.
Allegra: Then I'll tell Jason you said goodbye.
Sam: Oh, come on. Even if I look exactly like your daughter, there is no way I can pass myself off as a society princess. I'm a salvage boat captain. My father is a con artist. My etiquette sucks.
Allegra: Your language skills need work, too, but that's where I come in.
Sam: Oh, my God. What are you, a magician or something?
Allegra: I can pass along the finer points.
Sam: Ok, ok, say I can work on all that, whatever. You know what? One kiss -- one kiss with her fiancť, he is going to know the difference.
Allegra: Men really don't pay any attention to such things.
Sam: Really? Then you're with the wrong men, obviously.
Allegra: I'm sure you've been in stickier situations than this. The good news is I'll be your personal tutor.
Sam: My tutor? Ok, look, if you're talking about, like, utensils and all that, I've already been through that and -- with the little snail things and all the seafood stuff -- everything, everything goes flying across the room all the time. Without a doubt, it's going to happen.
Allegra: Don't worry about that. There's only one thing you have to do well to convince Andrew that you're his beloved Alicia. You'll have to dance.
Sam: Wait a minute, I'm sorry. I'm really sorry. Did you just -- did you say "ballroom dancing"? Yeah?
Sam: I heard you right? Ok, you know what? I might as well sprout wings and fly instead, because that's about as good as your chances are --
Allegra: Just stop wasting time and don't keep me waiting.
Sam: Wait, are you -- this is ridiculous.
Allegra: Not at all. Surely, you're familiar with the waltz?
Sam: The what?
Allegra: The waltz -- chin up, head straight, arms out, and one, two, three, one, two, three --
Sam: Oh, my --
Allegra: Dance together, step, step together, step --
Sam: Come on, this is so silly.
Allegra: Oh, come on.
Sam: Oh --
Allegra: Do it with me.
Sam: You're kidding me.
Allegra: You can do this.
Sam: Oh --
Allegra: Now, your shoulders back, tilt your head a little to the side, and we'll -- oh -- ok, start back on your right foot --
Sam: Back on right -- I'm sorry.
Allegra: The other -- the other right foot. Yes.
Allegra: And then you glide, two, three, keep going. Yes, you've got it. Don't look down, don't look down. Just keep going. You're fine. Now, you're doing --
Sam: Ow! Agh. Oh.
Allegra: You must be joking.
Sam: I think I'm getting the hang of it.
Jason: Can you hear me? Listen, this will go a lot faster if you start digging from the other side. And once we break through, I'm going to figure a way to get us out of here. Look, just -- just grab anything -- a piece of metal or a piece of wood -- and just meet me in the middle.
Ric: Alexis, I've given you everything that you wanted, and you can come to work with me and Reese, and I added a partnership to sweeten the pot.
Alexis: But I had to sue you in order to get that, so that's not a victory that I want.
Ric: What is it you want, huh? Money?
Alexis: I am trying to shed some light on this travesty for pregnant women everywhere.
Ric: You're my pregnant woman, ok? You're my wife, and that is my child inside of you.
Alexis: Keep on digging. Keep on digging
Ric: You know what? You just do this to provoke me.
Alexis: Do you know that 30% of discrimination cases are sexual discrimination cases?
Ric: Oh --
Alexis: 30%, which is totally ironic in that the word "sex" was almost omitted from Title VII.
Ric: Gender issues have been in existence since the Garden of Eden.
Alexis: Women are still underpaid, they're denied promotion, and treated like second-class citizens just because they're pregnant. This fight is for them.
Ric: Ok, no judge is going to put up with you wasting the court's time and money when we have already offered to satisfy your claim, Alexis.
Alexis: It depends on the judge.
Ric: You know what? That's it. Your pregnancy is no longer the issue here. I cannot let you be my partner because you are impossible! And you know what? You leave me no choice.
Alexis: What are you going to do to me?
Alexis: On what grounds?
Ric: Withholding marital affection, alienation of -- you know.
Alexis: You're going to sue me on the grounds that you're not getting any?
Carly: Hey. How was your swim?
Carly: Yeah? Good. Well, you better get dressed because Aunt Courtneyís coming to pick you up to take you to the carnival.
Michael: Don't hit me, please.
Carly: Can I take him for a little bit before you take him over to Sonny's for the night?
Leticia: Yeah. I'll go pack his bag.
Carly: Thank you.
Leticia: There you go.
Carly: Hi, sweetheart. So, what do you think -- can you help me? What do you think, angel boy? Why do you think Reese Marshall would have an invitation to my high school reunion? Oh --
Carly: Charlotte. Charlotte. The only Charlotte I know was my best friend, and she died in a car crash. I don't -- unless --
Sonny: I don't see any luggage.
Reese: You may take back your offer when you hear what I have to tell you.
Jason: All right, all right, all right, just stop. Stop, back away from the wall. I think I got this. Sam?
Alicia: Who the hell is Sam?
Allegra: If I didn't know your boyfriend's life was at stake, I'd swear you were faking.
Sam: No, I am --
Allegra: But you're not that stupid.
Sam: Tired, ok? This -- what's his name?
Allegra: Andrew. Try to pay attention.
Sam: Andrew -- he's going to see right through me the first time we meet.
Allegra: Then try, anyway.
Sam: The guy is going to know his own fiancťe.
Allegra: Do better. We have to make this work. Now, waltz position. Now -- agh -- ah --
Man: Hello, sweetheart.
Sam: Ugh --
Ric: See, you're off your game, Alexis. You got pregnant and you dropped the ball, sexually speaking.
Alexis: That is not true.
Ric: When was the last time we made love?
Alexis: Well, that's not my fault.
Ric: Well, it's not my fault.
Alexis: Well, I'm tired at the end of the day and my hands are puffy and my feet are swollen.
Ric: Forgive me for saying, but I don't think your feet played any part in our intimacy at any point in time.
Alexis: Perhaps you aren't attracted to me like this.
Ric: What if I told you you were wrong?
Alexis: I'm not interested in a mercy --
Ric: Oh, come on, now, Alexis, there are lots of ways to make love when you're pregnant. Women do it all the time. I'm sure, you know, I can get an expert to testify to that effect.
Alexis: What do you want from me?
Ric: My conjugal rights. There hasn't been very many of those in our marriage lately. As a matter of fact, nada, zip, zero. And if intimacy is an issue, there are many ways to take care of that. And since you are my -- my wife, my partner, the future mother of my children, I'll let you tear those papers up.
Alexis: What's in it for me?
Ric: Your self-esteem.
Alexis: I need a minute to think about it. I thought about it. Me, my self-esteem, my puffy hands, and my swollen feet will see you in court.
Charlotte: Are you coming over later?
Charlotte: You're a liar!
Carly: You need to listen!
Charlotte: I don't want to hear another word out of your lying, disgusting mouth! Just get out!
Carly: Who are you to judge me?
Carly's voice: I hope I never see you again!
Carly: Oh, my God.
Reese: This has been so complicated from the day I arrived in Port Charles.
Sonny: What -- what is this about?
Reese: You know, you were right to think what you did, me being F.B.I., you being who you are. You know, of course, you're going to think that I was trying to get close to you to compromise you. But it was never you, Sonny, never. You were my surprise. It was Carly from day one.
Sonny: Ok, this is not making any sense to me because when you were assigned to Michaelís kidnapping, you didn't know Carly.
Reese: Before I ever heard of you or Michael, I knew Carly. My name is Charlotte Roberts and I used to be Carlyís best friend.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Jason: Who are you?
Alicia: I'm Alicia, but I prefer Allie.
Man: How are the wedding plans coming along?
Lorenzo: I thought maybe we could spend some time together.
Carly: I have to go out.
Sonny: You had an accident?
Reese: I almost died.
Sonny: Carly stole your life. You decided to steal hers as payback?
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