"One Life to Live" and its time-travel plot stimulates and widens the imagination. It tantalizes the thought processes to visualize the possibilities of other dimensions and time travel. To me it's as believable as men landing on the moon or space travel. To consider the possibility that someone can go back 100 years in time or be projected 100 years into the future is fascinating. I look forward every day to seeing how the writers develop the plot to make it plausible. It's more interesting than a story line on soap operas on which you can guess what will happen next.
Cathy Barley, Pico Rivera