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|Jason47's From the Vault:; The Early "Days" of Josh Taylor: 1978 Interview|
|Topic Started: Mar 28 2013, 07:12 PM (403 Views)|
|Jason47||Mar 28 2013, 07:12 PM Post #1|
Jason47's From the Vault: The Early "Days" of Josh Taylor...1978 Interview
|jam6242||Mar 28 2013, 07:28 PM Post #2|
||Thanks so much Jason!|
|ladyofthelake||Mar 28 2013, 08:43 PM Post #3|
|He was SO adorable back in the day. Sort of like Steve Martin without the white hair.|
|Renee Dimera||Mar 29 2013, 02:41 PM Post #4|
It's kind of sad that Chris never really had a true long-term pairing on the show. By the time the super couple trend of the 80s came around, he was serving the role of everyone's perpetual best friend. Sure, he had flings with Tess Jannings and Savannah Wilder, but they never amounted to much. He and Savannah were great together, but for some reason the show decided to release Shannon Tweed.
I loved the way Chris was a supporting friend to Renee during the Anna/Tony/Renee/David mess. He gave such a moving eulogy at her memorial service. Had she lived, I think there might have been hope for the two as a couple.
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