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All My Children Spoilers for 2008

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As 2007 comes to a close, no soap opera is undergoing more of a change than All My Children.

Sabine Singh is out. Rebecca Budig is in. Debbi Williams and Darnell Williams are actually on the way back.

What else can you expect in early 2008? Here are a few All My Children spoilers to give you a clue:

  • A smooth talking politician comes to town.
  • Hannah and Tad grow closer.
  • Kendall's revenge gets her more then she bargained for.
  • Greenlee (portrayed by Rebecca Budig, pictured!) shows Zach and Kendall how it's done.

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  • Adam and Krystal (Bobbie Eakes) prove that old habits are hard to break.
  • Tad is stunned to learn that Kathy is actually Kate.
  • Aidan develops real feelings for Greenlee.

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The real Grenelee is coming back so or Angie and Jessie, please get THE REAL BABE BACK!The new one just does not have it no sparks .Please at least let us know what happened to her.

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Yes, I know fans should accept the "reality" embodied in "All My Children"--even when the show's writers often go strikingly beyond the bounds of believability. (A Pine Valley character, after all, can have the most horrific, near-death encounter at ten in the morning, and be miraculously dressed to the nines and meticulously coiffed at eight that night. . . . You get the picture.) I love babies and children, but please, enough: Let 2008 see a winding down of the saturation of things neonatal, which, for all these many months, has given new meaning to the very title, "All My Children."