The conventional Gloria Monty cleaning soap charting the trials of Port Charles’ scientific center. Even daytime naysayers tuned in to see the distinguished nuptials of supercouple Luke and Laura, who scored covers of each Time and Newsweek at some point of the same month. Over time, the collection flirted with sci-fi, horny aliens, adventurous region shoots and a late ’90s mafia madness. It debuted on April Fools’ Day 1963 and spun off the gothic guilty delight that changed into `Port Charles’ (which became canceled in 2003).
Two weeks ago, KFC’s professional Twitter account — that is written within the voice of its mascot Colonel Sanders, a fictionalized model of the shortmeals chain’s founder — commenced tweeting a lotapproximately the cleaning soap opera General Hospital. Apparently, it is KFC canon that Colonel Sanders is a GH fan and the fake Colonel Sanders dreamed of actingat the venerable soapwhile he changed into a kid (in reality, the display premiered while the real Colonel Harland Sanders changed into in his 70s). The tweets were constructing to the reveal that George Hamilton’s model of Colonel Sanders could be making an appearance in Port Charles on July 6, that’s National Fried Chicken Day (if youdo not know, now you know). Well, that day is today, and the Colonel’s backed cameo turned into as weird and awkward and goofy as you’ll expect.