The brilliant head writer of One Life to Live, Ron Carlivati talks in depth about what it was like to go from being Dorian and Viki’s biggest fan, to creating their storylines! He also reveals why it was so important for him to restore Llanview’s rich history in Daytime Confidential’s exclusive new podcast episode. The DC gang also talk to Carlivati about the Todd/Marty Rapemance and how the scribe sees Tea’s and Blair’s attraction to Todd Manning!
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0 December 18th, 2009 OLTL’s head scribe Ron Carlivati in new DC podcast!
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