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Soap opera weddings are often the culmination of years of dealing with heartache and conquering adversity. But just because the couple exchanges "I do's" doesn't mean it's happily ever after -- as Sonny and Brenda's upcoming wedding on 'General Hospital' is proving.
Many, but not all couples on soaps get hitched for the right reasons. Sometimes the bride or groom is blackmailing the other or someone just wants to land a rich spouse!
One thing's for sure -- soap weddings are always memorable. Here's a look back at 20 soap wedding ceremonies (or post-ceremony moments) that fans remember fondly. Is your favorite not on the list? Let us know!
And those 'Bewitched' and 'I Love Lucy' babes got us to thinking about the all-time greatest TV baby births, which, of course, include a lot of nervous daddies, uptight mommies, meddling relatives, one presidential election and, in one of the funniest, most bizarre births, a party sandwich and a two liter bottle of orange soda.
Check out our countdown of 20 of TV's most famous baby births ...
From the campy, spellbinding classics of the '60s to the dark, spooky series that haunted the '90s, audiences have been fixated with the paranormal -- whether it's a butt-kicking blonde in killer heels, a couple of hunky demon-hunting brothers or a trio of sibling witches -- some of the most enduring shows in the history of television deal with the things that go bump in the night or the extraordinary powers we wish we could harness.
To further feed this dark, dangerous obsession with the extraordinary or otherworldly, TV Squad has compiled a list of our top 20 favorite TV shows dealing with magic and the world of the supernatural.
TV Guide voted it the "Worst TV Show Ever." The show's own tagline was once, "An hour of your life you'll never get back." Whatever description you want to slap on 'The Jerry Springer Show,' you can't deny that the guy, and the scummy, scummy show, has longevity. And, if we're all being honest, we have to admit we've chuckled at an episode or two.
Today's 'Springer Takes Times Square' installment (check local listings for time and channel) of the daytime series finds Jerry -- and a round-up of celebs that includes Kathy Griffin, Perez Hilton, Maury Povich, the women of 'The View' and Rachael Ray -- celebrating 20 years on the air ... 20 freakin' years.
It's especially tough to do since actors on the show are still turning in powerhouse performances. (Note to Kathryn Hays: Your performance as Kim dealing with her son Chris' heart condition on Sept. 2 was Emmy-worthy. Consider submitting yourself next year.)
There were many shocking moments and storylines that didn't make the list: Hal and Barbara's love story, Jack accidentally killing Brad, Bob and Kim finding Sabrina, John and Lucinda in the hot tub, Shannon's "shrunken head," Tom and Margo battling Mr. Big, Tad Channing's murder ... well, you get the idea.
Read on for a list of 20 memorable favorite moments from the beloved CBS soap opera, which will exit the airwaves on Fri, Sept. 17.
Innuendo-filled speeches, missing glasses, boycotts and the ever-popular wardrobe malfunction ... all have contributed to this collection of 20 of the most embarrassing, weird and awkward moments in Emmy Awards history, including a pair that happened off-camera. Peruse our list and let us know what kooky Emmy moment you remember the most ...
The 'Entourage' pals are back with their seventh season, and the 'My Boys' friends kicked off season 4 recently, which got us to thinking about our other favorite TV friendships.
Whether it's the duo who inspired 'Guy Love' and the other guy pair who would be quick to point out that there's nothing wrong with that or the Milwaukee ladies who schlemiel-ed and schlimazel-ed their way to making their dreams come true and the Miami foursome who proved friendship (and feistiness) is even more important in your 'Golden' years, these are the 20 TV BFFs we'd be happy to call friends.
For six seasons, we've watched 'The Hills' crew make out, fight, make up and fight some more. In fact, the hook-ups and the catfights have been among the show's most dramatic moments, and it's no surprise that one often follows the other. Here are our picks for the Top 20 'Hills' hook-ups and catfights, and it's important to note that the catfights are just the tiffs between the women of 'The Hills.' If we included all the Spencer Pratt freak-outs, well, we'd definitely need at least one more Top 20 list.
Randy royals, cage-matched island dwellers and car wash lovin' ... our list of the 20 sexiest scenes in primetime TV history has 'em all, as well as lip-locked lesbians, co-workers whose love/hate relationships took turns for the steamy (and McDreamy) and more than one randy vampire.
Read on to see if you agree with the scenes that get us all hot and bothered ... (Warning: Following material may be NSFW)
So, read through our list of TV's most shocking events, moments and mishaps ... and prepare to be scandalized. -- By Adam Duerson
Yet no matter how many times we change the channel, we can't seem to escape them. EVER. Who are these people (and animals), and why do they torture us so? From a waitress to a rabbit, from cavemen to a king, make way for the 20 most annoying pitchmen and mascots in television commercial history.
Here's a look at the TV desperados who made our hearts melt, in our countdown of TV's Top 20 Bad Boys. -- By Liane Bonin
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