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|Classic ATWT Clips|
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|oakdalelover||Oct 20 2007, 11:02 PM Post #1|
OAKDALE IN THE 1960'S
Penny and Jeff:one of soaps first supercouples.
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Lisa talks to Chris and Nancy about baby names.She called them Mother and Dad back in those days
Sorry,I can't embed this one.
|Actor87||Oct 23 2007, 12:37 AM Post #2|
The Royal Dork
|I wonder how they went from Lisa wanting to name the baby Christopher Henry Hughes to Tom Hughes. :huh:|
|Actor87||Oct 25 2007, 03:01 PM Post #3|
The Royal Dork
|BUMP :) (for James to see)|
|oakdalelover||Oct 25 2007, 03:39 PM Post #4|
I am not sure why they changed it. I do know that Tom's middle name is Christopher. Don't know where Thomas came from.
I loved those scenes with Penny and Lisa. Also they referred to "going in to the village" when Penny went to see Ellen. Oakdale was considered a village.
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