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The gang is so irritated by this, or at least professes to be, they seek to enlist another diva as a possible replacement for Mills.
And when Joan Collins comes sauntering in, the music swells as if it’s 1985 all over again.
Elsewhere, Elliot (Sarah Chalke) fights for a patient to receive a heart valve, and becomes frustrated when Molly (guest star Heather Graham) steps in to thwart her efforts.
Meanwhile, Carla (Judy Reyes) becomes so annoyed with Turk's (Donald Faison) stuffed dog Rowdy, she takes drastic measures to get rid of him.
Familiarity with the actresses and their daytime-drama roles isn’t even a requirement, since the project pretty quickly shoehorns them into types, deriving most of the tension from the catty relationship between Lindsay Hartley and Crystal Hunt.The latter even has the audacity to crack wise about her co-star’s age now that she’s auditioning for mom roles. Leading the pack, sort of, is Vanessa Marcil, who enlists Donna Mills (sorry, “guest star” Donna Mills) to help advance the project.But Mills brings in Hunter Tylo without asking, which irks the others, and then takes a network meeting (at the CW, synergistically, given CBS’ ownership role with both that network and Pop) without informing her new partners.There’s no harm done, unless A) you once wrote soaps, and are thus rendered obsolete; or B) you have a functioning cerebral cortex, which will struggle to buy this as anything other than unconvincingly manufactured melodrama.Granted, there’s something so deliciously meta about the concept — following the soapy sextet as they try to craft and sell a show, when in fact what you’re watching the show — that some fans will accept the series strictly on its own bogus terms.